Hunedoara County is rich in historical and natural places

Welcome to
Hunedoara County

stema hunedoara


Hunedoara County is situated in Transylvania region from Romania, in the central-west part of it and its neighbors are the following counties: Gorj in south, Valcea in south-east, Alba in north-east, Arad in north-west and Timis and Caras Severin in west.


7.063 km²


425.000 people

Capital (Residence):

Deva City 56.000 people





Calling code:

+4 0254 or 0354


Deva, Brad, Hunedoara, Lupeni, Orăştie, Petroşani, Vulcan


Aninoasa, Călan, Geoagiu, Haţeg, Petrila, Simeria, Uricani

Main roads:

E79(DN76, DN66) Oradea-Beiuş-Brad-Deva-Simeria-Călan-Haţeg-Petroşani-Târgu Jiu

E68(DN7) Arad-Deva-Simeria-Orăştie-Sebeş-Sibiu

DN68 Haţeg-Caransebeş

DN74 Brad-Abrud-Alba Iulia

DN66a Petroşani-Aninoasa-Vulcan-Lupeni-Uricani

DN7a Petroşani-Obârşia Lotrului

castelul corvinilor hunedoara

Huniazilor or Corvinilor Castle

cetatea devei deva hunedoara

Deva Citadel

If you want to improve your spiritual life, you must make a lifetime journey to Prislop Monastery

Prislop Monastery

Hunedoara Map

Hunedoara County


Relief, climate, rivers and lakes from Hunedoara:

Hunedoara County has a mountainous and depression relief of plateaus with Metaliferi Mountains in north, Poiana Rusca Mountains and Tarcului Mountains in west, Retezat, Godeanu, Valcan and Parang Mountains in south and Sureanu Mountains in east. Between these groups of mountains there is a large (Hunedoara) depression area. The maximum altitude is in Parangul Mare peak with its 2.518 meters height. Hunedoara County‘s climate is continental moderate and mountainous with cold winters rich in rainfall and warm summers, sometimes cool. The annual average of the temperature is around 9-10º C lower than national average. (Find more journeys on blog.worldlifetimejourneys.com) The longest and the most important rivers are Mures, Jiu and White Crisul Rivers and the biggest lakes are Bucura, Custuri or Taul Mare Lakes (glacial lakes).

Flora and fauna, tourist attractions and objectives of Hunedoara County:

Also in Hunedoara County predominate the mixed deciduous forests (beech, maple, oak, sessile oak) with those of coniferous trees (fir, spruce, pine). The fauna is specific for the mountain area, represented by the brown carpathian bear, lynxes, wolves, squirrels, chamoises, foxes, wild boars, fallow deer, roe deer and many others. The most important tourist attractions and objectives from Hunedoara County are: Retezat National Park, Bucura and Zanoaga glacial lakes, the Rock Church from Densus, Simeria Arboretum Park, Huniazilor or Corvinilor Castle from Hunedoara, Deva Citadel, the resort from Brad, Aurel Vlaicu’s Memorial House, one of the greatest aviation explorers, the museums from the county’s main cities, the multitude of hiking trails from the mountain groups present here and many others. Visit Hunedoara County!

Huniazilor or Corvinilor Castle from Hunedoara City, Hunedoara CountyHuniazilor or Corvinilor Castle from
Hunedoara City, Hunedoara County

stema deva Deva City

Hunedoara County is rich in historical and natural places
Article Name
Hunedoara County is rich in historical and natural places
Hunedoara County from central Romania has Corvinilor Castle, Sarmizegetusa Roman Citadel, Retezat Mountains National Park or Deva City as highlights
Publisher Name
Publisher Logo
Hunedoara County is rich in historical and natural places
Rate this post