Webcam Hunedoara

Hunedoara is the largest city in Hunedoara County, Transylvania, Romania.

Located in the central part of Hunedoara County, at an altitude of 220-270 meters, in the valley of the Cerna River, 19 km from the city of Deva, Hunedoara covers an area of ​​97 km². The administrative territory of the municipality includes the locality of Racăștie and the surrounding villages of Bos, Gros, Hasdat, and Pestisu Mare. The area has the usual infrastructure for a modern city: electricity, heating, natural gas, and water networks, sewage treatment plant, public transportation, road and rail access, landline and mobile telephony, internet services. It is crossed by DJ 687: Santuhalm – Hunedoara, a national road that connects to European road E68, which crosses the country from Arad – Deva – Orăștie – Sibiu – Brașov – Bucharest, and county roads connecting Hunedoara to Călan and Hunedoara to Hațeg.


Tourist attractions in Hunedoara: Corvin Castle

Corvin Castle impresses with its presence, dominating the city of Hunedoara. For those drawn to the Middle Ages, the castle is a unique monument in Romania and one of the most attractive in Europe.

Prislop Monastery

Prislop Monastery is a monastery in Romania located near the village of Silvașu de Sus in Hunedoara County. For almost seven centuries, it has been one of the most important Orthodox religious settlements in Transylvania.