there are many bars & cafes where visitors can come in the norning to enjoy a good cofee or stay until late in the evening having a good chat with friends....most of this cafe's are located in the city centre, like: Quattro Stagioni, Aicha, Garden Pub, Guiness Pub, Alcatraz, Keopsmore
The nighlife in the city is quite active but mostly during week-ends in the many night clubs in the city like Pink club, Zion club, Insomnia club, Temple Club.
Also there are more traditional party places in the city for the night , like the Haiducu, where live traditional romanian music plays late in the night
Dress Code: elegant casual
public transportation in the city is very good, being provided with moder buses and is also quite cheap. the buses are low-floored making them accessible for disabled persons. the buses are crowdy in the morning and after-noon due to the large number of students or people going to their high-schools or workplaces.more
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In the city are more than one large shopping areas, like Euromall, Maya Shopping centre or the more cheap John Complex where one can buy clothes, shoes or accessories.
For food, try the food markets spread all around the city, or the large corporate hiper-markets like Pic, Carrefour, Metro, Auchan, Real.
Soo many here (more than everywhere else in the country)...for the most part they will run away scared of you, but around night time they get protective, and bark agressively (u may think their gunna bite you but they wont)...they wont hurt you but if your scared of dogs, might not wanna walk the streets when its dark
pitesti is the home of one of Romania's most important Soccer teams, FC Arges and has a stadium in the Trivale area.the city is also the hometown of international player Adrian Mutu, performing for Fiorentina FC and one of the stars of Romania's national team
Favorite thing: Pitesti, city in south central Romania, capital of Arges County. Pitesti is located on the Arges River about 110 km (about 70 mi) northwest of Bucharest, the country's captial. Pitesti has one of Romania's largest auto-assembly plants, which in 1968 began assembling the Dacia, the country's leading make of automobile. Pitesti also has one of Romania's largest petrochemical complexes. Other industries manufacture footwear and wood products. The city is an important rail junction. Attractions here include an art museum, a history museum, and a church built in the 1600s. Excavations in Pitesti, conducted in the 1970s during the construction of new housing, revealed tools and ornaments of the Neolithic period (between 7000 and 2000 BC) as well as ancient Dacian and Roman coins. Pitesti was first documented in 1388 as a trading center. Population (1997 estimate) 187,181.