Some of the monuments in the heart of the city afford panoramic views, while the many parks in this "city of flowers" provide an idyllic spot to take a break from sightseeing.
In many respects, it is the abundance of Secessionist architecture that has provided Timisoara with its rather appropriate moniker, "Little Vienna." Secessionism developed in two distinct architectural phases here.
The charm of this city, settled on the northern bank of the Bega River, lies in its distinct architectural character and vibrant cultural life.
Frequently referred to as "Little Vienna," Timisoara is home to year-round musical and theatrical performances, art galleries, museums and a buzzing nightlife.
DWC members have the opportunity to participate regularly at the meetings with representatives from industry and politics, which take place on the second Thursday of each month.
The 300 guests, public figures and personalities from the business and media environments, have enjoyed a an exceptional concert performed by the Violinist Alexandru Tomescu, as well as the performances of the other special guests, Alexandra Uşurelu and the plastic artist Ana Munteanu.
Rödl & Partner, together with the Timis Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture, organized a seminar with a generous topic for the business community in the region, on March 30, 2017.
The discussions were focused on the theoretical and practical aspects related to the preparation of the transfer pricing file and on some of the financing opportunities from non-repayable Structural Funds.
The German Economic Club from Banat has the role to promote business between the German-speaking countries and Romania, actively supporting the exchange of experience among club members and keeping contact with the business environment of the region.
Timisoara later became a vital commercial and manufacturing town.
Turks, Austrians, Germans and Serbs all left their mark and their influence can be seen in neighborhoods throughout the city even today.
President of the German Economic Club Banat - Timisoara, informed DWC members about the meeting held earlier that day of the Prime Minister, Dacian Ciolos and the Minister of Labour, Dragos Pislaru, with almost 200 representatives of the business community from Timisoara attending.
The event, organized on the occasion of a working meeting of the members of DWC - Banat, continued with the presentation of Rödl & Partner, the international company that provides financial, tax and legal advisory, as well as audit, accounting and payroll services, and of a theme regarding labor law on legal regulations and tax implications of employment/secondment of EU citizens in Romania.
Between 18, the Austrian commander of the fortress, the Croatian Baron Field Marshal Lieutenant Rukavina von Vidovgrad, mounted two loaded canons in front of the city hall to deter civilians to take “reckless gestures” (i.e., revolutionary). In December 1989, war ammunition was shot in Libertăţii Square.