One of the most beautiful mountain destinations in Romania.

Welcome to Anina

One of the most beautiful mountain railways in Europe, with picturesque landscapes, viaducts and long tunnels

Anina-Oravita Railway

One of the most beautiful mountain railways in Europe with picturesque landscapes, viaducts and long tunnels

Buhui Cave

with a total length of 3217 meters, is one of the largest caves in Banat and in the country

Pestera Oaselor

The oldest remains of modern human in Europe

Buhui Lake

A beautiful place that it worths visiting is Bigăr Waterfall

Cheile Minisului

Monument to victims

of the mining catastrophe from June, 1920

Marghitas lake

Semenic-Caraș Gorge National Park

The Natural Park is located in Anina Mountains and Semenic (groups mountain included in Banat Mountains)


Nature Resereve

Official website

National Center of Tourists Information and Promotion ANINA

Get to Anina

By car

The road to Anina is passable and in good condition. Route 58 is one of the most beautiful and well maintained roads. Anina town is located at:

• about 32 km from the city of Resita, on Route 58;

• 33 Km from the city Oravita, on Route 57B;

• 34 Km from the city Bozovici, on Route 57B.

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By train

Traveling to Anina on that excellent historical rail system is a natural choice. The train to and from Anina runs twice a day, and makes almost 2 hours to destination – Oravita. But worth it, because of the great landscapes that can be seen!

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By bus

From and to Resita

From and to Timisoara

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Get around


There is also a bus to Resita, the capital of Caraş-Severin County, in the Banat region,every 1 hour. 

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Mountain routes

On mountain routes, the best way to travel is, besides walking, using jeeps or off-road motorcycle/motocross,for those who seek adrenaline!

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