Top things to do in Piteşti

Top Choice Romanian in Piteşti

La Tuciuri

La Tuciuri is a real find: a traditional Romanian folk restaurant, complete with peasant costumes and music some evenings, that also serves very good food in its own right. Grilled meats are the main event here, and…
Romanian in Piteşti

Garden Pub

This deservedly popular restaurant and pub draws everyone from visiting business people to students on their lunch break for excellent soups, salads and grilled meats and fish. There's a streetside terrace out front…
Pub in Piteşti

Guinness Pub

Guinness Pub is a fun and rowdy drinking option most nights. If you're hungry, there's a full menu of Romanian dishes and grilled meats, too. It's located at the northern end of the pedestrianised part of Str Victor…
Church in Piteşti

Princely Church

The unusual St George’s Church (Biserica Sfântul Gheorghe), more commonly known as the Princely Church, was built by Prince Constantin Şerban and his wife Princess Bălasa between 1654 and 1658. The church is located…
Museum in Piteşti

Art Museum

This central museum showcases the best of modern and contemporary Romanian art, including works from Nicolae Grigorescu, Nicolae Tonitza and other luminaries of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Pub in Piteşti

Cornel Pub & Grill

This relaxed pub and cafe, just a short walk west of the centre, is good for a beer or light meal. There's a terrace out front and a covered bar behind. The late opening hours are a plus.
Museum in Piteşti

County History Museum

This sprawling museum has extensive collections on archaeology, history, natural sciences and folk art.
Monument in Piteşti

Piteşti Prison Memorial

A modest memorial marks the spot where the city's notorious prison once stood and where insidious mind-control experiments were carried out in the late 1940s and early '50s. The main memorial is a tiled column; near…