The Banat region is a historical province comprising areas in Romania, Serbia (Banat Sarbesc) and a small part of Hungary. Banat includes the counties of Timis and Caras Severin, without Bucova, Cornisoru, Lower Boutarii and Boutarii de Sus. The Banat also houses a small part of Mehedinti County (Baia Noua, Dubova, Eselnita, Orsova, Svinita and Eibenthal) and Hunedoara (Salciva and Pojoga). Banat's historical region includes a territory today in Serbia: Vojvodina (North Banat District, Central Banat District and South Banat District) and central Serbia. The most famous tourist attractions are: Baile Herculane, Dicasterial Palace, Nerei Gorges and Poiana Marului.
The Crisana region is the historical region located on the Romanian and Hungarian territories, having as natural limits the river Tisza to the west, the Mures river to the south, the Apuseni Mountains to the east and the Somes river to the north. In 1920 it was divided between Romania and Hungary. It consists of Bihor and Arad counties. The traditional capital is Oradea (Oradea Mare).