10. Cultural tourism is the form of tourism that places the cultural attraction at the centre of the offer. Cultural tourism, combined with other forms of tourism that may be practised in the Mountainous Banat can be the following:

• Cultural – historical tourism, which involves visiting monuments and historical ensembles,    as well as archaeological sites in Mountainous Banat, such as: the Tibiscum Fortress at Jupa   – Caransebeș, the Roman Baths at Herculane Baths, Tabula Traiana at the Danube   Cauldrons, the Statue of Decebal at the Danube Cauldrons, VillaeRustica vestiges from  Gornea – Sicheviţa;

• Cultural – architectural tourism, which refers to visiting monuments and architectural ensembles in Mountainous Banat, such as: The Old Mihai Eminescu Theatre in Oraviţa, The Cultural Palace in Reșița, the Baroque Historic Center from Herculane Baths, the Oraviţa Railway Station , the Herculane Baths’ Railway Station, the Town Hall Building from Caransebes, the Town Hall Building from Oravita, the Town Hall Building from Bocsa, the Town Hall Building from Resita;

• Cultural – museum tourism, which means visiting the historical, ethnographic, artistic, archaeological, natural, scientific and technical museums, memorials and peasant museums in Banat, such as: the Mountainous Banat Museum in Reşiţa, the County Museum of Ethnography and of the Border Regiment at Caransebeș, the Herculane Resort’s Museum, the “Constantin Lucaci” Museum at Bocșa, the “PamfilŞeicaru” Museum at Orşova;

• Cultural – industrial and technical tourism, related to visiting unique industrial and   technical sights in Mountainous Banat: The first railway from Romania, Oraviţa – Iam – Baziaş,   the first mountain railway from Romania, Oraviţa – Anina, The Steam Locomotives’ Museum  fromReșița , The “Constantin Gruescu” aesthetic Mineralogy Collection at Ocna de Fier, the  string of artificial lakes on Bârzava and Timiş (Secu, Breazova-Văliug, Gozna-Crivaia, Three Waters), the first well of the deepest mine in Europe , from Anina, the Ruschiţa marble quarry,  the Rudăria water mills, the furnace and the funicular from Reșița;

• Cultural – scientific tourism, through exploration and scientific discovery regarding the past (visiting the archaeological sites), the present (visiting the natural parks) and the future (the discovery of the caves);   

• Cultural – ethnographic and folklore tourism, which can be practiced with the occasion of authentic and traditional folklore manifestations in Banat, such as the Hercules Festival and the “nedeia”, which are held from spring to late autumn in all villages in Banat;

• Cultural and artistic tourism, focused on festivals and cultural – artistic events throughout the year in Mountainous Banat, such as: The Garana Jazz Festival, The Mihai Eminescu Days and The George Enescu Days at Oraviţa, The Festival “7 Days – 7 arts” and “Reșița in ten dimensions ” Festival at Reşiţa, The Festival of Banat Slivovitz at Herculane Baths, The “Banat Black Pine ” Festival at Herculane Baths, The ” Rhythms for the Third Millennium” Festival at Berzasca, The Painting Colony “Crystal Palette” at Gârna, The Sculpture Camp in Teiuș Park at Caransebeş, etcThe “Days of Culture” are added to all these festivals, which are held in every city of Mountainous Banat;

• Cultural – Ethnic Tourism, which is practiced on the touristic routes given by the multiculturalism of the Mountainous Banat area: The Festival of Ethnic Groups in Banat, Făşang, The”Golden Cauldron” Fishing Festival from New Moldova;

• Cultural – theme tourism, which takes place in the form of theme circuits through several localities in the Banat, such as: The Iron Road, The Roads of the Romans, The Medieval Fortress Road, The  Waters Road, The Lakes Road, The “Almăj Country” Road, The  “Gugulans Land “Road and so on.