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Cities in Romanian Seaside region

Mamaia

Mamaia

Mamaia - the biggest and most famous resort in Romania, located in the north of Constanta, known as the Pearl of the Romanian coast, is a stretch of sandy beach, which stretches over a length of about 8 km. its west side of the lake lying Siutghiol. The beach is dotted with numerous hotels, swimming pools, discos, parks, playgrounds, and a summer theater. Mamaia resort offers guests the possibility to practice water sports, fishing lake and Mamaia.


Eforie Nord

Eforie Nord

Eforie Nord is the second largest tourist resort on the Romanian seaside resort with a spa treatment permanently. Located east of Lake Techirghiol lake known for its curative properties of the mud, Eforie Nord is situated at a distance of about 15 km from Constanta. Eforie Nord resort has a Mediterranean climate characterized by hot summers with average temperatures between 22-30 degrees Celsius and a low precipitation rate (approximately 400 ml per year). The sun shines for 10-12 hours a day, conditions were optimal for the beach. The resort of Eforie Nord trament works offered throughout the year and has a well developed infrastructure and diversified with sports, swimming, and many possibilities of accommodation in hotels, guesthouses and villas.


Venus

Venus

Venus Resort is located in the county of Constanta on the Black Sea coast, at 3-20 m altitude resorts between Saturn and Cap Aurora, 3 km north of Mangalia Municipality, to which the administration and 41 km south of Constanta .. Venus, the goddess of beauty resort that bears his name, was in 1972 and includes design as chic hotel surrounded by gardens, almost every girl wearing a name. Modern and comfortable hotels of Venus have been favorites for years among foreign tourists, especially Germans, who enjoyed excellent conditions here at very low rates.


Neptun

Neptun

Neptune spa interest is 6 km north of Mangalia, at an altitude of 5-18 m. The resort is a mild climate (warm summers and mild winters, with small amounts of snow due to the average temperature of 0 degrees in January) which allows continuous operation even if the resort is the summer that attracts most tourists. Neptune is also a summer resort mondena, sheltered on three sides by forest, with more remote hotels. Green grass, comfort and quality make Neptune favorite place to spend the holidays for families with children. Luxury and quality are found everywhere: in restaurants, bars, clubs, discos, the multi-purpose sports fields, swimming pools, the Summer Theatre, amusement park, the water sports facilities or shops.


Saturn

Saturn

Saturn is located near the resort town of Mangalia, 43 km from Constanta. Saturn North is adjacent to the resort spa Venus. In addition to recreational opportunities, the strength of the existing resort is mesothermal springs and sulphurous mud with therapeutic value, used in treating gynecological diseases and the locomotion. Saturn is a resort clean, cheerful, with a good beach and accommodation charges are among the lowest. Saturn is a new resort, Romanian spas inserted in the list in 1972. The resort has developed along with the other resorts on the Romanian coast.


Jupiter

Jupiter

Jupiter-Cap Aurora (40 km from Constanta, 4 km from Mangalia), summer spas, between forest and seashore Comorova. Jupiter Beach Resort is spread over a distance of 1 km in a picturesque bay. Cap Aurora, the youngest Romanian seaside resort with beautiful landscape attract countless tourists and hotels, with names of precious stones.


Cap Aurora

Cap Aurora

Olympus - Built in a Western manner, Olimp resort has 8500 beds in 3 and 2 star hotels and 500 camping places. Here is all the "Amphitheater, Panoramic, Belvedere", the largest and most beautiful tourist resort on the Romanian coast. Other hotels are known Romanian historical provinces: Moldavia, Transylvania, Oltenia, Muntenia. Olympus Resort is located in south-eastern Romania, in an area with a relatively high vegetation, forest Comorova on the Black Sea, 7 km north of Mangalia city and 38 km from Constanta.


Olimp

Olimp

Olympus Resort is located on the Black Sea, 7 km. north of Mangalia. Many elegantly furnished hotel is named after some historical Romanian provinces (Banat H., H. Transylvania, Maramures H., H. Oltenia, Muntenia H., H. Moldova, H. Dobrudja, etc.).. The resort is actually a part of the Neptun resort. The hotels are situated along the sea on a natural dam at 20-30 m above sea level. The resort is an ideal place for vacations and for treatment and has recovered from the sea beaches narrow creeks by creating artificial sand and the best quality.


Costinesti

Costinesti

Costinesti, the capital of youth on the coast, is the summer resort with varied and numerous elements that distinguish it from other pearls Siragul vacation resorts on the Romanian Black Sea shore. Costinesti center is the largest youth summer vacation. After several days spent in the tourist resort realizes another specific Costinesti: good mood. Youthful and refreshing way of life here can be found in other seaside resorts. Youth at the seaside resort, which started a tourist brochures describe four decades ago as a tent camp with minimal design, now forms the major details of summer vacations.


Eforie Sud

Eforie Sud

Eforie Sud was called between the two world wars, Carmen Sylva, the poetess after nickname of Queen Elizabeth of Romania. Became Member in 1912, Eforie Sud resort is distinguished by a promontory of limestone cliff and sometimes reaching 35 meters. Is a summer resort Eforie Sud Eforie integrated city, located in south-eastern Romania, on the coastal strip between the Black Sea and Lake Techirghiol at 8-20 m above sea level, 5 km from Eforie Nord 19 km from Constanta. Lying on a narrow beach is two kilometers long at the foot of the cliff to reach the South Eforie highest height of all the resorts.


Constanta

Constanta

Constanta is situated in the same name County , in the south-eastern Romania. It is situated on the Black Sea coast in the lagoon area to the east, hilly in north and central, plains in south and west. Constanta has a private beach with a length of 6 km. The northern part of the district, Mamaia, the most populated seaside tourist resort, is located on the shores of a lagoon, with a 7 km long beach, beach continues with another 6 km in the city Navodari. Constanta is the oldest attested city in Romania. The first document dates from 657 BC the current place peninsula (under water today, Casino right) formed a Greek colony called Tomis.


Mangalia

Mangalia

Mangalia, the southernmost resort on the Black Sea coast, climate is sweet, similar to the Mediterranean, making spring arriving earlier and autumn is here more delay. Mangalia is the only sea side resort which has mineral springs (sulfur, mesothermal and radioactive, used in Roman antiquity).


Vama Veche

Vama Veche

Vama Veche is located at a distance of 7 km from the May 2 and 12 km from Mangalia. Vama Veche can be reached at Mangalia, which is the terminus of the railway, with minibuses that can take the train or by car on the main road E 87. Vama Veche is a resort in constant transformation - a bad thing as some - there was built a lot in recent years and the "spirit" is lost among the tons of rubble and concrete. You should not forget that the "spirit" you more than people who populate Vama Veche and less than surrounding buildings. Vama Veche was and remains one of the most nonconformist vacation destinations, although the true-born vamaiotii say the atmosphere has deteriorated, so they founded the Association Save Vama Veche.


Navodari

Navodari

The city is located in the central area Năvodari the county of Constanta, on the southern shore of Lake Tasaul and Siutghiol isthmus between it and the lake. It is situated at a distance of 15 km from Constanta, its neighbors to the North - and the village of Lake Tasaul Sibioara, South - Lake Siutghiol and Mamaia, the West - the area of Light, and east - the Black Sea.


Techirghiol

Techirghiol

Extrmitatea Techirghiol is a city in south-eastern Romania (Constanta county), situated on Lake Techirghiol (12 sq km, depth of 10-15 m), 16 km from the city of Constanta, near the Black Sea. Legend says the city forming a crippled and blind old man came along with the donkey or by mistake on the lake shore. Old struggled for hours to get out of smelly mud, but no he wanted bidiviul stubborn to move, exerting a mysterious attraction that bank on it. Great was the surprise and joy, but when the old man, coming from the lake, and realized that his eyes could again distinguish a beautiful light, and his feet, helpless for a long time, began to listen.


2 Mai

2 Mai

Located near the border with Bulgaria, the village has become very popular for tourists, perfect for those who like quiet and discreet moments. Isolation, wildness and noncomformismul annually attracts many young people. Accommodation can be made in local homes or at one of the villas in the village or the beach. Who wants to be closer to nature, to hear the sounds of guitar and May to spend nights on the beach, near camp fires or terraces with reeds, must arrive at May 2.


Corbu

Corbu

Corbu village is located 8 km. north of Mamaia resort and the town is bordered to the south and has a good connection Navodari county road, the DJ 226. It starts in the Midia Navodari relationships with DN 22 B, by Navodari - Ovid, DN 2 A - E 60 to Bucharest - Constanta and the seaside tourist area Navodari - Mamaia - Constanta.


Cities in Valea Prahovei region

Sinaia

Sinaia

Sinaia, one of the most beautiful mountain resorts in Romania presents the visitor with a rich cultural and social past. The former residence of kings, and bearing a holy name of Mount Sinai, which was given for the first time Sinaia Monastery by Mihail Cantacuzino (XVII), Sinaia combined natural beauty with architectural art.


Predeal

Predeal

Predeal Romania is located in Prahova Valley, between the rivers Prahova and Timis, at the foot of the Bucegi mountains northeast of them and the mountains of northwest Baiului. Predeal is the highest city in the country, at an altitude of 1030m, 1110m, Prahova Valley area mountain climate with cool summers and cold winters, make Predeal to be a real tourist in all seasons. Predeal offer lovely views and is recommended both for recreation and for recovery of recovering the air and humid and polluted, but for winter sports like skiing, snowboarding or sledding.


Busteni

Busteni

The city is the gateway Bucegi Busteni, head of mountain tourism in Romania. Located in the extreme eastern Carpathians, in the middle of the country, the city is an ideal place logs of which goes Bucegi mountains for hiking, climbing and resting. Busteni resort offers climate in any season, the optimum place for holidays, vacations, weekend, in a beautiful mountain. Caraiman lined mountains (2384 m) and Costila (2489 m), crossed the river Prahova resort is remarkable both by its picturesque surroundings and as well as opportunities to practice various forms of tourism: hiking, climbing, practicing winter sports, trips to huts etc.



Azuga

Azuga

Azuga climatic resort is located on the upper Prahova, in the Bucegi Mountains at an altitude of 920 m. The settlement was initially called "Intreprahove" and was declared a city in 1948. Having a stimulating climate, clean air, ozonized, the resort is recommended for treating asthenic neurosis, the states of debility, the physical and intellectual overexertion. This resort is an important starting point to chalets in the Bucegi and Baiului.


Breaza

Breaza

Breaza, is situated in Prahova county northwest, the ancient route between Transylvania and Wallachia, used railway No bus today. 3 and the international road E 60, on the middle of the Prahova river. The town is bordered to the north of Depression Comarnic - Talea, which is part of the Carpathian depressions internal row, and south of Depression Campina external Carpathian basin. To the east and west are two rows of sub-Carpathian hills, which is an extension to the southern mountains. Breaza is the gateway to the tourist area of the Bucegi Mountains.


Campina

Campina

Campina City was documentary mentioned in 1503 and in 1593 is recorded as a customs point on the road to Transylvania. In 1663 is a fair. City status as a fair in 1663 develops gradually and in 1791 benefited the first arrangement of the road on the Prahova Valley, because the Austrian troops. In 1864 is raised to the rank of city. In 1890, In Campina it was rised the first scaffold oil in the country, and the refinery "Factory New ", was built in 1895, then the largest in Europe. In 1994, Campina was declared a municipality. The town location in the middle of Subcarpathian area at the confluence of the Prahova valley and Doftana makes tourist town with ancient traditions and its surroundings are appreciated today and attended by many visitors come from all over the country.


Banesti

Banesti

The village is situated on the Prahova Valley, about 30 km. And 3 km northwest of Ploiesti. SE Campina, in time profited from the advantages of commercial road Prahova Valley (1431-1433), which connects the Brasov and Romanian Country, the period when the city is mentioned Comarnic. Aurel Vlaicu, in his attempt to cross the Carpathians and perished in the village money. Here, instead of its passage into nothingness, DN1 road along a beautiful monument rises, pays homage to the courage, an eagle with open wings, aimed to conquer the Carpathians to smash the boundaries of the sons of the same nation, 13 September is a date children remained alive in memory Banestiului then, when the metal bird driven by Aurel Vlaicu village collapsed downstream of money.


Paraul Rece

Paraul Rece

One of the pearls still hidden area of interest, with the picturesque landscapes and a unique location, Cold Creek Resort is a great tourism potential to be withdrawn in the Bucegi mountains coast yet easily accessible. Cold Creek Resort is located at an altitude of 1000 m above sea level and at a distance of 8 km from Predeal (while close to Bran Castle and Fortress Rasnov) on National Road 73A, Predeal - Cold Creek - Rasnov. From Bucharest, the resort is situated at a distance of 140 km (on DN1, a few km before Predeal is left on DN73). In winter, the resort is an attraction for those who practice winter sports, especially skiing - there are some good slalom devised and practicing skiing trails (just a few kilometers away is the sport of skiing Fund and the Valley Biathlon Rasnoavei).


Timisu De Sus

Timisu De Sus

Resort village, Timisu de Sus is located in the depression Timis, at a distance of 18 km from Brasov and 4 km from Predeal . In terms of geographical locality is situated at an altitude of 800-850 meters from north Postăvarul Massif, Massif Piatra Craiului to the east and south-west Predealului platform. From the administrative point of view, Timisu de Sus belongs Predeal. And this town like Timisu de Jos is considered a tourist attraction because of the landscape, hence leaving more large combines interactive trails. From the medical point of view, the resort climate is recommended to treat respiratory disorders, states of debility, treatment of asthenic neurosis, rickets and overwork.


Cornu

Cornu

Cornu is a commune in Prahova county, Muntenia, Romania, composed of villages Cornu de Jos (residence), Cornu de Sus Valley stopped.


Poiana Tapului

Poiana Tapului

Goat Glade is a city in Prahova county, Muntenia, Romania, located on the Prahova Valley and is part of the city Logs.


Cities in Valea Oltului region

Calimanesti Caciulata

Calimanesti Caciulata

Caciulata Calimanesti resort is located in central-southern part of Romania, on the right bank of the Olt River in the Carpathian Basin Jiblea-Calimanesti, at an altitude of 260-280 m, 18 km from the city of Ramnicu Valcea (Valcea county administrative headquarters), with a population of 8633 inhabitants to resort Caciulata Together, it makes up Calimanesti-Caciulata resort, a resort open all year round.


Baile Olanesti

Baile Olanesti

Olanesti Spa is located 18 km northwest of Ramnicu Valcea, the county seat. It crossed the valley to the south Olăneşti open and closed to the north, resulting in penetration of sunlight all day. It lies at an altitude of 450 m. Olanesti resort is one of the few places in the country that meets the chip harmonious natural cure two factors: factor topoclimatic climate and local factors and conservation, consisting of mineral waters. Olanesti ranks first among resorts in Romania in terms of number of sources, their total daily flow, the composition and the concentration and variety of mineral waters.


Baile Govora

Baile Govora

Govora Spa is located in Valcea County in the north-eastern Carpathian depression Oltenia, 21 km from Ramnicul Valcea, a derivation of the road to Horezu and Targu-Jiu, at an altitude of 360-380 m, located in a region of hills covered by forests of beech, oak, spruce, pine and acacia, with an area of 370 ha. Park spa, designed by landscape architect Emil Pinard, is unique in its specific architecture of the early twentieth century - century. Its ecosystem that brings together indigenous hardwood species, mountain habitat characteristics (conifers) and exotic species that live in perfect harmony reinforce the feeling of uniqueness and grandeur.


Ramnicu Valcea

Ramnicu Valcea

Ramnicu Valcea city is located on the right side of the river in the north-east of Oltenia, at an altitude of 240-260 m. determine its geographical position and temperature is almost always warm, the climate is temperate continental. Ramnicu Valcea Municipality located in the Carpathian-Danube-Functional Oltean, a unit of territory (counties of Mehedinti, Gorj, Olt, Valcea, Dolj) is characterized by a network of communities formed amid a dense network of water, the fertile plains along which were installed early settlements and ancient ways of communication strategy.


Horezu

Horezu

In depression bordered by a chain of Carpathians in the north, is a quiet mountain town, famous for bulgarele art born of clay, ceramists artisans created beautiful and admired by fans. Situated in a beautiful natural landscape - surrounded by mountains Skull, Magura Slatioara, Negrulestilor hills, and Tomşani Costesti, Horezu most famous pottery center in the country, one of the important tourist spots in Romania officially became a tourist resort.


Brezoi

Brezoi

Brezoi is a city located in northern Valcea County, Romania, at the confluence of the river Olt Lotru the largest intercarpatica depression known as the Country Loviştea.


Cities in Transilvania region

Poiana Brasov

Poiana Brasov

Poiana Brasov is the most famous winter sports resort in Romania and also an important international tourist center. It has 12 ski trails, with varying degrees of difficulty, sports fields, a lake, discos, bars and restaurants. Accommodation is provided in good part to luxury hotels, guesthouses, villa or cottage.


Brasov

Brasov

Brasov (German: Kronstadt, Hungarian: Brasso) is the capital and largest city of Brasov county, Transylvania, Romania. It has a population of 283,901 inhabitants. Between September 8, 1950 and December 24, 1960 was called the city Stalin after Joseph Stalin, and Stalin was the capital of the Region. It was declared a municipality on 17 February 1968. Atestat pentru prima data in anul 1234 in asa zisul "Catalogus Ninivensis" orasul isi intinde existenta istorica pana in vremurile indepartate ale epocii neolitice si a bronzului, gasindu-se urmele unor asezari omenesti in zona dealurilor Melcilor si Sprenghi.


Sovata

Sovata

All-season resort, Sovata was first mentioned as a place for healing in a document dated 1597, but only a resort in 1850. It is surrounded by hills Cireselu (912 m), Chapel (720 m), Bechiş (1,079 m) and Mt Low Salt Hill, covered with forests of beech, oak, hornbeam, elm, chestnut, fir and birch. The resort has a subalpine climate with cool summers (July average temperature is 18.5 ° C) and mild winters (average temperature in January is -3.5 ° C). The average annual temperature is 7.6 ° C and average annual rainfall is 750 mm. The fame of the resort is made lakes Ursu (46,000 m2), Aluniş (9,000 m2), Green (5.


Covasna

Covasna

Location: is at an altitude of 564 m, the slope of the eastern contact with the depression Barsa Vrancea Mountains, 31 km from Saint George, 60 km from Brasov. The first courses were held in Covasna spa in the nineteenth century: mineral water was removed from wells cast in wooden tubs and heated with hot stones. And mofettes were actually large holes in the ground, with stairs, the patient with the whole body letting go and just head out into the open. Today Covasna has a modern treatment base to come in any time of year, those who prefer a natural therapy against cardiovascular disease.


Baile Tusnad

Baile Tusnad

Baile Tusnad (in Hungarian Tusnádfürdő) is a town in Harghita County, Romania. It has a population of 1728 inhabitants, is the city with the lowest number of inhabitants in Romania. It is located in the southern part of Ciuc basin between mountains Harghita and Bodoc, in Olt docks, at an altitude of 650 m. It is an important spa resort.


Balvanyos

Balvanyos

Today's Balvanyos Baths was formed from the merging of three colonies of bathrooms colonies that worked once. The oldest is the one that stands in step Balvanyos: Smelly from Turia (the word "putsch" refers to the unpleasant smell of hydrogen sulfide), because the cave from Turia Smelly therapeutic gases had accumulated on his wall drops found "vitriol" that were and are today used by people for healing and self healing. Operation in terms of tourist resort began in 1938. Volcanic and sedimentary rocks from the soil emanations of carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide favored the occurrence of several mineral water springs.


Geoagiu Bai

Geoagiu Bai

Geoagiu City is situated at the confluence with the lower river Mures Geoagiu in a depression formed in the last branch of the Ore Mountains. The village is known by the Romans when Gemisara and was named after Dodoni Thermae. Unearthing the statues representing the witness stand Aegean Aesculapius and intense life of those times. The climate is moderate depression intramontane, soothing, mild winters (average January temperature of -2 degrees Celsius) and pleasant summers (July average temperature around 20 degrees). The average annual temperature is 9.


Sighisoara

Sighisoara

Sighisoara is situated in Hârtibaci Plateau, Plateau subdivision Tarnavelor, hilly part of the Transylvanian Depression. Laying down the Castle Hill (425 m), hills crowned by medieval castle and spread from southeast to SE in the middle of a huge natural amphitheater, bordered to the north of Stejaris Hill (524 m) and Hula Danesi, S of Meadow Post to climb to Hill Middle (511-603 m) and to E Bradet Hill (524 m). The difference in height is 110 m, such as Castle Hill dominates the entire valley upstream Tarnava Big is the maximum elevation of 430 m at S and the minimum of 350 m V.


Cluj Napoca

Cluj Napoca

Cluj-Napoca is located in the heart of Transylvania, with an area of 179.5 km ². Located on the relationship between the Apuseni Mountains, Transylvania Somes Plateau and Plain, the city is located at the intersection of parallel 46 ° 46 'N, longitude 23 ° 36' E. It lies on the Somes Mic and Nadas river valleys, and some extensions, the Popeştiului side valleys, Chintau, Borhanciului and Kings.



Targu Mures

Targu Mures

Targu Mures is located in north-central area of Romania is located at the intersection of three geographical areas of Transylvania Plain, Niraj Mures Valley and Valley at an altitude of about 320 m above sea level. Built initially on the lower terrace on the left river Mures, the city has developed over time and occupying the slopes and hills. Presently, the city lies on both sides of the river Mures and Corneşti hills and studying. Excavations carried out by archaeologist Stephen Kovacs confirmed that the city's territory Targu Mures was inhabited since prehistory.


Turda

Turda

Turda (Latin Potaissa) is a municipality in the county of Cluj, Transylvania, Romania, with a population of 43,472 inhabitants (20 October 2011). It is situated about 30 km southeast of Cluj-Napoca.


Hunedoara

Hunedoara

Located in the central county of the same name, Cerna Valley, Hunedoara county, is 19 km from Deva. The administrative territory covered city and neighboring villages Racastie Zlasti, Bos, Gros, and Pestisu Hasdat Great. It crossed the county road DJ 687 Santuhalm - Hunedoara county road which connects with the European road in July, and county roads that connect Hunedoara, Calan, Hunedoara and Hateg respectively. Relief is represented by hills and piedmont aprons, with altitudes of 300 400 m, plus the Cerna Valley wide meadows and trails well expressed.


Alba Iulia

Alba Iulia

Alba Iulia is located at an altitude of 270 m at a distance of 340 km from Bucharest, Cluj 100 km, 70 km to 241 km from Sibiu and Arad. The municipality is located within the perimeter formed by Ampoi river, the river Sebes, Apuseni Mountains and Plateau Transylvanian peaks. The town itself is located on the first terrace of the Mures, forming a plain east of 8-10 km long and 2-4km wide. The western town is surrounded by wooded heights of the mountains Metal Mammoth Peak (630 m). To the east, over Mures, there are reddish clay hills of the Transylvanian plateau, eroded by the rivers Mures, Sebes and Secas, they form a series of ravines with interesting shapes and sparse vegetation.


Sangeorz Bai

Sangeorz Bai

Resort to a permanent (also known as a spa since the seventeenth century), enjoy the mountain climate is moderate with cool summers (July average is - 5.5 ° C). The average annual temperature is 7.5 ° C, humidity exceeds 82%. The resort has many mineral springs bicarbonate, chlorinated, sodium, calcium, magnesium, carbonated, hypertonic and isotonic mineral mud, pits.


Praid

Praid

Mine is a resort village situated at an altitude of 500-525m, Harghita County, surrounded by famous tourist destination with an old, well and Corund Sovata, but blessed with a salt mine. Praid has created a well-deserved reputation own spectacular combines the rustic charm of village Székely, developing structure, rural-tourism, spa and entertainment. The springs are found mine hyperthermia (49 degrees) and a mountain of salt salt springs and salt clints. In statiune there is a landscaped swimming pool with salt water, which are arranged near the hot salt baths (in valves) salt water is heated in boilers.


Sibiu Bazna

Sibiu Bazna

Attested since 1302, an act that justifies the Board of monasteries in Oradea donated a Saxon town named Bazna to the Catholic Church in Alba Iulia. Contributing begin setting up the resort since 1671, when some shepherds found the deposit of natural gas in Bazna. This, as well as by later discovered mineral waters, the resort has attracted attention not only to people ofTransylvania, but from other places. In November 1814 it decides to build a spa establishment, in 1835 have made the first arrangements: 4 cabins and a heating water boilers, and only in 1843, completes the project.


Borsec

Borsec

The town Borsec is situated at 26 km from Toplita, on the national road 15 which leads to Piatra Neamt. Surrounded by Mountains, Bistrita, Calimani, Gurghiu and Ceahlau Massif, the city is situated at an altitude of 900 m. It's an old resort (from 1804), open all year round, with numerous sources of carbonated mineral water or containing calcium, magnesium. These waters are known for their beneficial effect since the second half of the sixteenth century. Therapeutic effects of mineral water springs have been recognized internationally first medal of the Vienna International Fair (1873) Borsec water is called "Queen of Mineral Waters", the silver medal and Diploma of Honor at the exhibitions held in 1876 in Berlin respectively, Trieste, Diploma of Honor at Paris Exposition (1878).


Cristian

Cristian

Cristian village is situated in the south east of the county of Brasov, a amplasandu the sides of the DN 73 road that links the capital of Romania, Bucharest, Pitesti, and in the north of the city of Cluj and Targu Mures . In the area bordering the perimeter of town, this town is bordered in the north Ghimbav, west of the village of Vulcan, the Rasnov Southern and Eastern Brasov that it lies about 8 km.


Lacu Rosu

Lacu Rosu

Red Lake is a natural dam lake, situated at the foot of Hasmas Mountains, near the town of Gheorgheni, Harghita County. It is the largest natural mountain lake in Romania name from Red Creek, crossing the layers of red, iron oxides and hydroxides. Red Lake Resort is a paradise for those seeking relaxation and rest. Situated in the eastern part of Transylvania in the Eastern Carpathians, Red Lake and Gorge Gorge is a region of unique beauty in the world.


Odorheiu Secuiesc

Odorheiu Secuiesc

Székelyudvarhely is a municipality in the county. The city is located 105 km south-east of Targu Mures and crossed the Târnava Great. The first mention of the city dates from 1301 with the name Uduord. Name City indicates that the bailiff had his Szeklers headquarters here. It is assumed that the city was a free city before the fourteenth century. In 1357 there was held the first Diet of the Szeklers. Fortress (castle) in the city was built in 1492 using materials of construction of a monastery. John Sigismund, Hungarian prince of Transylvania, took possession of the city after winning a battle against Szeklers.


Orastie

Orastie

Orastie is part of Hunedoara county and represents one of the oldest cities in the country, located on an ancient Dacian settlement.


Bistrita

Bistrita

Located in the foothills north of Romania Bargaului, Bistrita-Nasaud Bistrita is the county seat of 87,000 people with. The first documentary attestation dates from 1264. Residence of Bistrita - Nasaud, Bistrita is located in the northeast of Transylvania Plateau in Bistrita depression. Bistrita is located on level ground at an altitude of 356 m.


Sfantu Gheorghe Covasna

Sfantu Gheorghe Covasna

Sfântu Gheorghe municipality is located in the depression of Brașov, crossed by the river Olt and reaches an altitude of 550 m. It is located at the intersection of several roads, the most important being DN12 that connects the municipality of Brasov with the municipality of Miercurea-Ciuc. The relief and climate conditions provided a favorable framework for the development of this locality.


Dej

Dej

Dej is a municipality in the county of Cluj, Transylvania, Romania, consisting of the component localities Dej, Ocna Dejului, Cave, Pintic and Șomcutu Mic. It is located 57 km northeast of the city of Cluj-Napoca, at the confluence between the Someșul Mare and Someșul Mic rivers.


Sacele

Sacele

Săcele City is the gateway to the two mountain ranges: Ciucaş and Piatra Mare. Tourists fond of hiking and winter sports lovers will find attractive landscapes and suitable conditions for practicing sports (paragliding, skiing and jumping, lift) Piatra Mare Mountains are characterized by great diversity of landscape pattern. Ciucaş Massif is one of the most beautiful and impressive looking attractive landscapes. You can practice jumping parasailing, artificial hill - one of the country, there are also three trails of medium difficulty (Baciului Slope, Slope Barsa Plaiul Mocanita).



Baile Homorod

Baile Homorod

Homorod Resort is situated at 18 km from Odorheiu Secuiesc, 34 km from Miercurea Ciuc and 6 km of the Vlachs. It is situated on the Homorodul Great river valley and stream Bath, at an altitude of 740-760 m. Typical alpine village has a microclimate, being sheltered from the winds, and is conducive to recreation, and postoperative recovery. Featuring local interest baths of mineral water, with several mineral water springs (springs Lobogo, Maria, Csorga, Homoradi, Ilona, Fenyves). The common characteristic of these springs water is rich in mineral content (Li, Mn, Br.


Danes Sighisoara

Danes Sighisoara

Daneș is the village of residence of the commune of the same name in Mures county, Transylvania, Romania. The village stretches on the Târnava Mare river when the Criș stream flows into Târnava Mare. It is located on the national road DN 14 Sighișoara-Mediaș, close to Sighișoara.


Zalau

Zalau

Zalau is the capital and largest city of Salaj County, Transylvania, Romania. Located in northwestern Romania, crossing the Eastern Carpathians and Apuseni Mountains, Salaj County is known from ancient times Silvaniei country, that country forests, with an area of 3850 km2 and its neighbors to the north of Satu Mare and Maramureş west and south-western district of Bihar and south-eastern county of Cluj.


Sfantu Gheorghe

Sfantu Gheorghe

St. George is a city, the county seat and largest city of Covasna county, Transylvania, Romania. St. George is the largest city in Covasna County, Three Chairs historical region and also the largest city in Transylvania Hungarian majority.


Piatra Fantanele

Piatra Fantanele

Fantanele is a village in the east of Bistrita-Năsăud in Step Tihuţa at 1,201 m altitude, 45 km from the city of Bistrita, the E58 road DN17 linking Transylvania and Bucovina NE SW. Common administrative belongs Tiha Bârgăului.


Medias

Medias

Medias is located in the heart of Transylvania, Sibiu County, Great Valley Târnava. Attested in 1267, Medias is a true open air museum. Historical monuments of medieval art and are distributed throughout the area between the city walls. Medias in 1359 was appointed first city.


Boghis

Boghis

Boghis spa, spa resort is a permanent, an oasis away from everyday stress recovery is fueled by three wells with cold water (potable) and 3 wells mineral sulfur, sodium, bicarbonate and shrink at 42 degrees Celsius, used in the treatment of locomotor deficiencies, peripheral nervous system, arthritis, polyarthrosis and gynecological diseases, colitis biliary and renal lithiasis or simply for relaxing or entertaining. Were renovated two outdoor pools (seasonal one with night lighting installation) and indoor (permanent) in the summer about 4,000 people being able to enjoy the healing properties of the water here.


Hateg

Hateg

Placed in the depression with the same name, at an altitude of 310-350 m and surrounded by mountains, has the charm of a small town Hateg mountain province. The city is situated at the foot of the mountains Retezat at a distance of 40 km from the capital Hunedoara, Deva, 26 km from the town of Hunedoara, Petrosani 50 km and 70 km of Caransebes.






Fagaras

Fagaras

The village is situated on a terrace, relatively low, left bank of the Olt, cut of the old riverbed of the river Berivoi. Fagaras was in ancient times, with Barsa, a refuge area before the enemy, because of its favorable geographic position. Situated on the row component of the Romanian Country (Fagaras and Almas feudal estates rediscovered in the great princely title of Mircea the Old) and the lordship of the kings of Hungary, Romanian territory is the homeland of the ancient mother once with Great Union of December 1, 1918. Fagaras City, with its centuries-old city, has long been the political-administrative center of the province, as the residence of the district until 1886, the county between 1886 and 1918 and then the county seat between 1918 and 1950, polarizing the entire economic life, social political and cultural area.


Tarlungeni

Tarlungeni

Tărlungeni is a village in the county of Brasov, Transylvania, Romania, contained in the administrative territory of Brasov County, is located in the southeast of. It Tărlungeni village resident. Distance between Brasov and Tarlungeni county seat is 17 km.








Miercurea Ciuc

Miercurea Ciuc

Miercurea Ciuc is the capital and largest city of Harghita County, Transylvania, Romania. The city is attested for the first time as Csíkszereda in a 1558 letter, referring to the weekly fairs held here on Wednesday. By the interwar period Romanian name of the town was Cicului Sereda, after which the name was translated into its present form. The city is situated at an altitude of 662 m, on the Olt River in the Ciuc Depression. One of the most important civil buildings of the city are Miko Fortress, built in 1623, ENT hospital (the building was originally built for border guard headquarters office) and infectious diseases hospital, both buildings dating from the late 1700s.



Cities in Crisana region

Baile Felix

Baile Felix

Baile Felix is located in the north-west of Romania, Bihor county, at a distance of about 9 km from Oradea. Located in plain Cris at an altitude of 150 meters, the resort has a continental climate moderated by SES, with mild winters and temperate summers with Mediterranean influence, ideal for spa tourism. At your disposal the whole year, Felix spa provides a relaxing vacation, rest and recuperation. Discovered ancient geo-thermal springs have curative properties certified as oligometalice, bicarbonate, calcium and sodium, and have properties sapropelic sludge (rich in colloidal iron hidrosulfura).


Oradea

Oradea

Oradea, Bihor county capital, is one of the important centers of economic, social and cultural development of NW Romania, retaining these characteristics throughout history. The city is nestled between the hills that separate and unify in a harmonious way with Plain Crisana and the ends of the Apuseni Mountains. Located on the banks Crisul Repede river, the river that divides the city into almost equal halves, it is the gateway to Central and Western European world. Oradea is first mentioned in 1113, a diploma in Zobor Benedictine abbey, the bishop's Sixtus name appears, but its roots are Roman-Dacian origin, certifying that the archaeological discoveries in the city Salca and Felix Resort, Romans and Dacians were established.


Baile 1 Mai

Baile 1 Mai

Spa resort of national interest 1 Mai is located in northwestern Romania, 8 km south of Oradea, 140 m altitude. Baile May 1 because of position in a secular oak forest has a specific microclimate with mild summers and winters mild heat. The average annual temperature is 10.5 degrees while precipitation is maintained at around 650 mm annually.


Arad

Arad

Arad is located at the western extremity of Romania, the high plain of Arad, 30 km from Zarand Mountains, part of the Western Carpathians. Crossed from east to west of the river Mures, contains in its perimeter, in the woods, a natural lake. Plain Arad is situated between mountains and riverbeds Zarand Mures Ier and Mort, continuing Cris Plain Pancota localities south of the line, Captain Alexander, potters, and Sanmartin Simand by Paulis and Pecica Mures valley between. To frame the mountain has an altitude of about 120 m and less than 100 m.


Moneasa

Moneasa

Apuseni Mountains as named Pearl, Moneasa spa is located in the west country, nestled in a small depression in the valley Moneasa relatively low, at the foot of the mountain rim Woods-Moma Mountains at an average altitude of 280 m. The resort is 110 km from Arad and 20 km from the town Sebis. The thermal waters 25-32 ° C temperature and water are bicarbonate, calcium, magnesium, sodium, hypotonic, all with healthy effect if nerve fatigue and musculoskeletal diseases and peripheral nervous system . With natural treatment factors Moneasa equipped with facilities for warm baths with mineral water in tubs and pools, physical therapy, medical gymnastics facility elecro and physiotherapy, massage, paraffin wraps, mesothermal water pools outdoor solariums for aeroheliotherapy.


Bors

Bors

Bors is a village in Bihor county, Transylvania, Romania, located 5 km from Oradea on the Romanian-Hungarian border crossing is on DN1. The village resident Bors.


Cities in Banat region

Baile Herculane

Baile Herculane

The resort is located in the south-west of Romania, at an altitude of 168 m, 8 km distance from the border with County and only 25 km from the border with Serbia and is part-Cerna Valley National Park Domogled. Herculane resort is one of the oldest spas in the world, with an old attested over 1850 years. Documentary attestation dates from the years 153 AD Resort, which reported a votive clean bathrooms: "Gods and divinities water Ulpius Secundinus, Marius Valens, Pomponius Haemus, Mr. Carus, Val, Valens, Roman sent as delegates to attend the election as a consul of their former colleague Severianus, returning unharmed, raised this gift of gratitude .


Timisoara

Timisoara

Timisoara is located in southeastern Pannonian Plain (ie in the southern plain of the West) in the area of the rivers Timis and Bega digression. Timisoara, in translation: "city of the Timiş" is the capital and largest city of Timis county historical region Banat, western Romania. Village name comes from the Timis River (passing to the south of the city), called by the Romans in ancient times or Tibiscus Tibisis.


Baile Buzias

Baile Buzias

Buzias became a city in early 1956, is located in the south-west of the country, in the Banat Plain in north-western foot of the hill Silagiu. It crossed the river lower course of Willow Valley and situated at a distance of 25 km from Lugoj and 34 km from Timisoara. The current limits, in the city has an area of 104 km and an average altitude of 128 m.


Sasca Romana

Sasca Romana

A beautiful settlement in Caras-Severin county, Sasca Romana is located on the Nera river on a picturesque valley that has in its history or a prosperous mining area from which iron ore was extracted. The area is known for its natural potential resulting from karst relief consisting of keys, waterfalls and caves.


Resita

Resita

Resita, Caras-Severin county, is located in southwestern Romania, in the north-west of the county, on the middle of the river Bârzava in a geographical area of a very picturesque and attractive tourist attractions. Resita steel mill is the oldest center of Romania and one of the most important industrial city in south-eastern Europe.



Poiana Marului

Poiana Marului

Between the mountain jewelry Banat prominently Glade is the apple, resort located in the hearth of a huge horseshoe-shaped amphitheater, at a height of 500 m.


Cities in Bran Moeciu region

Bran

Bran

Bran, 29 km from Brasov city in an area with numerous villages where they are successful rural tourism. Region are characteristic vast pastures on the hills which rise gradually to the south, towards Stone Mountain Park. Visitors can go hiking or cycling tours and Bucegi Mountains National Park or visit Bran Castle, the medieval fortress or the Bat Cave Rasnov waterfalls and gorges of Moeciu and caves, and keys in the region enclosed between the bottom and SiRNA .


Rasnov

Rasnov

Rasnov is located in the south west of Barsa (Barsa depression) at the foot of Bucegi Mountains and the northern end of the corridor (the pass) Rucar Predeal, Bran and key. Râ history begins with more than 2,000 years ago when the village territory cumidavensi Dacians lived. Râ ancient name is "Komidava" became latinized toponym "Cumidava" and this form is first mentioned on a stone monument of Emperor Alexander Severus. The first documentary attestation of Râ appears in 1331 under the name "Rosnou" and in the chronicles and documents reappear later under the names "Rosnow (1343)," Rasnow "(1377)," Rosinov "(1377)," Villa Rosarum "(1388)," Rosenau "," Rajnov "and in medieval and modern times is said to belong among the 12 villages forming the district of Brasov mentioned in documents in 1377.


Moeciu de Jos

Moeciu de Jos

The village is situated Moeciu Rucar Pass at the foot of the mountains north-west and the east of the Bucegi Mountains National Park and is one of the oldest access roads between the two Romanian provinces: Transylvania and Romanian Country, Country depression following Barsa with Rucar - Dragoslavele. Situated about 30 km from Brasov view a picturesque natural setting has become common in recent years Moieciu an important holiday destination for tourists from home and abroad. Located just 10 km from Bran Castle, the resort welcomes you with charm Moeciu mountain villages.


Fundata

Fundata

Located in Brasov, founded has an altitude of 1360 meters making it, the highest village in the country.


Rucar

Rucar

Rucar village in Arges county is situated on the southern tip of depressions with valences charming historical and tourist Bran - Rucar, the old trade route and diplomatic country road that connects the cities of Brasov and the ancient seat of the Romanian Country, Campulung, Targoviste and later, Bucharest, near the parallel 45 degrees north, on Route 73 between Pitesti - Campulung - Brasov.


Cities in Delta Dunarii region

Murighiol

Murighiol

City Murighiol is attractive for those who spend their vacations in the Delta. Murighiol town with a rich history that comes from the ancient hearth of the village were present when the Black Sea port, and the old Danubiu, enjoy some advantages they have only a few Romanian localities. Two steps from the village opens kingdom of Delta waters. Murighiol Razelm Lakes and surrounds the city, and the cobweb of canals around these lakes can get into areas of the wildest and picturesque Danube Delta Biosphere Reserved. Besides the lush landscape of water specific provinces, which constitute an irresistible attraction for nature lovers, MURIGHIOL has the advantage of being accessible to tourists who do not have enough time to vacation.


Sfantu Gheorghe Delta

Sfantu Gheorghe Delta

Located in the extreme east of the Danube Delta area, GEORGE SFANTU is situated in the eastern county of Tulcea Tulcea Km 120 on the arm of Saint-George and 35 km from Sulina. The village is bordered to the north of the village Crisan and Sulina, on the east and south of the Black Sea and west of the village Murighiol. The climate is continental with hot summers, cold winters with strong winds, average annual temperature of 11 ° C and the average amount of annual rainfall is 440l/mp. On an administrative area of 60,575.87 hectares, the village consists of about 358 households living in about 971 people have preserved their traditions and language Ukrainian.


Sulina

Sulina

Sulina is a town and a free port in Tulcea county, Dobrogea, at the eastern extremity of Romania, the Danube Delta, the mouth of the Sulina branch point in the Black Sea. It has a population of 4601 inhabitants. Sulina is not directly related to road network in Romania and can be reached only by water or on the Danube or Black Sea.


Tulcea

Tulcea

Tulcea County is located in south-eastern Romania, in North Dobrogea, and is crossed by 45 parallel, north west and is bordered to the east of the Danube and Black Sea. Tulcea is 30 meters high and 292 km from Bucharest. It is situated on seven hills hills of Tulcea, on a house inhabited continuously since Gumelniţa culture period (2900-2200 BC), continuing with Aegyssus Greek settlement (eighth century BC), the port and the city dating from Roman I - II AD, the city of Tulcea appointed time of Mircea the Old. Under Ottoman rule the town decades, a reversal occurring with the opening of the Sulina channel.


Dunavatul De Jos

Dunavatul De Jos

Lower Village belongs to the village Dunavatul Murighiol and is an old fisherman's village. It has the advantage of being directly linked by road from the town of Tulcea. It is located in the Dobrogea horst contact with the depression of Ostrov Dranov delta in the north-east of Tulcea County, is a township in the village Murighiol. The settlement dates back to ancient times, its name having origins in the Slavic name - Dunaveţ (Small Danube) - Girl of the link between the St. George arm of the Danube and Razim - Sinoe. Ties on land and on water with neighboring towns, including the city of Tulcea, and permanence traces historical, cultural and traditional roots entwined with the local community - Ukrainian ethnicity is predominant - generates a mood of school students continue to open , search and community understanding of environmental features.


Uzlina

Uzlina

In 1989, city Uzlina longer appeared on maps in name only. The village has fallen victim to demolition plan abnormally small towns of Ceausescu. Tourism has been restored but the village life. Three families have resisted Uzlina forced systematic program initiated by Ceausescu. Thus, despite the immense pressure by the authorities and the Murighiol Tulcea, three families refused to leave their homes they owned Uzlina Sand. This refusal has led, over the years, this city, left only with the name on the map to transform itself into a modern tourist resort.


Crisan

Crisan

Crisan is the town where it divides, most often, most of the escapades in the Delta. Fishing village origins, Crisan has experienced rapid growth especially because of its privileged position on the most traveled channel - Sulina, frequented by merchant ships as well as those of tourism and recreation. Three large meanders of the river come together here, they are all ways of access to some of the original columns of the Delta. South to Caraorman Puiu Lake and Red Lake and the north shore of the Danube old arms, to Mile 23 or to the village and the forest Letea.


Gura Portitei

Gura Portitei

Portiţei is located on a narrow strip of sand between the Black Sea and Lake Goloviţa in the Danube Delta.


Danube Delta

Danube Delta

Delta (3446 km ²), located mostly in Dobrogea, Romania and partly in Ukraine is the second largest and best preserved of European deltas. Delta entered the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991, is classified as a Biosphere Reserve in Romania national and international taxonomy as a national park in the IUCN.


Mahmudia

Mahmudia

Mahmudia was born on the site of an ancient Roman settlement, City Cross, whose ruins are still visible on one of the five hills


Baltenii De Sus

Baltenii De Sus

Location Bestepe common belonging, situated in Tulcea County.


Jurilovca

Jurilovca

Jurilovca village was founded by the verge Lipovan nineteenth century, the first document dates from 1826. Although its inception was a small hamlet, settlement developed in the late nineteenth century became a center of fishing importing delta, is now the largest community of fishermen in the Delta Center collection and processing of fish and a point tourist attraction.


Mila 23

Mila 23

Mila 23 is one of the most famous villages are located in the heart of the Delta, halfway between sea and Tulcea. The locals are fishermen of different ethnic groups: Ukrainians, Russians, Turks and some Lipovan. There are many young families who grew up in the old traditions of the place.


Maliuc

Maliuc

Maliuc part of the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve - Tulcea County is located in the eastern extremity of the island, the Sulina, about 30 km from Tulcea and at a reasonable distance from the fishing village Lipoven Mile 23.


Dunavatul De Sus

Dunavatul De Sus

Dunavăţ two towns bearing the same name: Dunavatu Dunavatu Upper and Lower, at a distance of about 2.5 km apart, located on the right arm of St. George, belonging to the village Murighiol. Near the village of Upper Dunavatu, Roman remains were discovered of the settlement Halmyris, surname and Lake Razim period. The population of these two settlements is mostly of Ukrainian origin, coming from Zaporozhye, following the persecutions of the autocratic regime of Catherine II The ancestors of current residents were the Cossacks, who in their wanderings and settled in these places welcoming Cossacks, descendants of these groups are still location-ity of the population and represents a challenge for sub-project team will complete a minimuzeu and minimonografie Dunavăţul to prove that the Netherlands still retains the characteristic feature of the Cossack villages.


Cities in Bucovina region

Vatra Dornei

Vatra Dornei

Worcester resort, known as the "Pearl of Bucovina", is situated at an altitude of 802m in Dorna Depression, the distance of 112km and 89km from Bistrita Nasaud, Suceava, Bistrita Aurie to the confluence with Dorna. Dorna region is protected from being defended by winds that protect the Carpathians. The area has a temperate continental alpine shade, with an average annual temperature of 4.5 degrees C.


Gura Humorului

Gura Humorului

Gura Humorului Gura Homorului earlier, (in Hebrew and Yiddish - Mouth Shut Humura Humuruluei or in German and Polish: Gura Humorului) is a town in Suceava County, Bukovina, south, northern Romania. It has a population of 15,837 inhabitants. Historical Raising in 1488, building on the site of a old wooden Voronet monastery, Prince of Moldova, Stefan cel Mare a settlement founded the monastery whose fame has gone over the centuries the borders. The exterior painting preserved in remarkably good condition, the monastery church, like those from the Monastery Humor Monastery of Moldova, is a testament to the unusual decorative technique was one of the most exciting art events of the past Romanian people.


Sucevita

Sucevita

Suceviţa village, situated in a wonderful area at the confluence with the Great Depression Obcina Rădăuţi, surrounded by the beautiful peaks of Furcoiului, Tărşcior Poiana, Poiana oats, is a unique, unparalleled jealously for those who come and visit her. Suceviţa well known settlements is part of Romania in the first place because Suceviţa Monastery, which actually gave the name of the glorious chapter ends Suceviţa localităţii.Mănăstirea Moldavian art from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, and unlike the monuments that precede it is no longer work of a builder, but a family of nobles who gave the country one metropolitan and two rulers: Movileştii.


Suceava

Suceava

Suceava is located in the north-east of Romania and is built on two geographical areas: the hills and river valleys of Suceava. The relief of the city and surrounding area is very varied with a fragmented form of plateaus and hills (Zamca, 385 m, Vine, 376 m; Monastery, 375 m; Ţarinca, 435 m) separated by river valleys Suceava, Scheia, Fair River, Bogdana and Mill Creek. The main relief units in the city and surrounding area, the Quaternary age can be classified into three main groups: - Highlands, represented by Hill Zamca and Hill City, the hills only meet in the south-east of the city; - Delluvial slopes (about 25% of the surface), assets arising from the dynamics of geomorphological processes (landslides, erosion and linear areola) are found mainly in the upper basin of the River Valley Fair, on the west and south slopes and east of the hill Zamca on the right side of Suceava; - Alluvial plains, which are shaped in the form of steps, interlocked in nature.


Voronet

Voronet

Voroneţ is common in Suceava County, 3.5 km from the town of Gura Humor.


Vama

Vama

Located in Suceava county, city customs may be likened to a gate to heaven that I represent, to more and more, agrotourism. Located between two rivers Moldova and Moldova, city Vama "guarding" the entrance of the Eastern Carpathians, Transylvania, respectively. The name "Custom" comes from the geographical location and attributes that they had "more big time" in this village, namely the customs, tax collector respectively.


Fundu Moldovei

Fundu Moldovei

Fundu Moldovei is a representative locality for the Bucovina area due to its ethno-folkloric glass, particularly interesting as noted by Dimitrie Gusti. It also represents a conservative region inhabited by mountain dwellers who have maintained their own form of material and spiritual life.


Campulung Moldovenesc

Campulung Moldovenesc

Campulung is a municipality in Suceava County, in north-eastern Romania. The village is situated in the historical region of Southern Bucovina.


Dorna Arini

Dorna Arini

Dorna Arini is a locality located at the contact between the Pietrosu Massif and the Giumalau Massif, crossed by the Bistrita river through numerous terraces. The beauty of this area is provided by the natural environment that forms a pleasant environment due to the landscape with mountains of different heights, rounded peaks along with the therapeutic factors, of the pure and aerosol rich air. The abundance of mineral springs and the stimulating sub-montane climate contribute to the recognition of this area as a beautiful balneocilmaterial settlement of the Carpathian north.


Bucovina

Bucovina

Bucovina is one of the most popular areas of Romania because it impresses with its historical, geographical and tourist character, but also due to the architectural monuments with interior and exterior frescoes from this corner of the country that were passed in UNESCO heritage.


Cacica

Cacica

Archaeological discoveries in 1989 Cacica attested that here was one of the oldest salt mines recrystallized from brine (boiling and evaporation) in Europe, dating from the period Starčevo Early Neolithic Cris. In the area there are now several salt springs.


Manastirea Humorului

Manastirea Humorului

City Humor Monastery is located at the intersection of geographical coordinates of 47 ° 32 north latitude with the 25 ° 54 east, north-east of the country, on the river Humor. It covers an area of 9628 ha, of which 7653 ha are covered with forests.


Vatra Moldovitei

Vatra Moldovitei

Vatra village Moldovitei, they shaped the current administration, which dates from 1968, is located in the central-western part of the county of Suceava, Bukovina center in Moldovitei basin, a tributary of the Moldova village runs a gap altitude of between 600-1380 m and has general direction north - north-east - south - southeast.



Cities in Marginimea Sibiului region

Sibiu

Sibiu

Situated between the Fagaras Mountains, and Lotrului Cindrel, Sibiu is located in the depression Cibin, crossed the river with the same name, taken from the Latin name of the town which was Cibiniensis / Cibinium. Also, the town is bounded north and east of the plateau above the valley reaching down Tarnavelor Cibin by Gusteritei Hill. Later in 1692, thanks to the Austrian influence, Sibiu became the capital of Transylvania at a time when the city experienced a tremendous economic and cultural development. In those years Brukenthal Palace was built.


Paltinis

Paltinis

Permanent resort, located in the Southern Carpathians, north-eastern slope of the mountains Cindrel 35 km.distanţă of Sibiu, which, in fact, belongs Păltiniş is the oldest and highest resort in Romania. The settlement, under Vf.Onceşti, which lies in a pine forest at an altitude of 1442 meters, was founded by the Transylvanian Carpathian Society in the late nineteenth century. Due to their age than a century, three of those over 40 while high summer, the resort, have been declared historical monuments: Tourists House, Hall House Doctors and Monaco.


Deva

Deva

Deva, Hunedoara county seat, is one of the oldest settlements in our country, the first mention dates from 1269, but archaeological discoveries within the Deva shows that the area has been inhabited since the Stone Age polished. Deva is located on the left bank of the Mures River, at 187 m altitude, at the foot of the Apuseni Mountains and Poiana Rusca. The city benefits from mineral resources of the mountains of the metal gold. Since medieval town core developed at the foot of Citadel Hill, representative tourist attractions are concentrated in the old part of town.


Dumbraveni

Dumbraveni

Dumbrăveni, before 1945 Ibaşfalău (German: Elisabethstadt, Saxon dialect: Eppeschdorf; Hungarian: Erzsébetváros), is a town in the north of Sibiu County, in the centre of Transylvania, central Romania. The town lies on the banks of the Târnava Mare River, 20 km east from the city of Mediaş, 20 Km from the city of Sighisoara and 77 Km from city of Sibiu. Gegraphical, is located on the left side of the river Târnava, in the middle Plateau region of Transylvania, namely Plateau Târnavelor.


Ocna Sibiului

Ocna Sibiului

Ocna Sibiu climatic health resort, is located in the city with the same name, 12 km.de Sibiu, giving access to national road, railway and the Sibiu International Airport. Placed as a nest in the hills, Ocna Sibiu is immersed in silence and peace, being characterized by a form of relief hills with gentle slopes, the city away from the winds and currents of cold air coming from the mountain, which cause small variations in temperature between seasons, with gentle transitions from one regime to another heat. The area falls within the temperate continental climate of the plateau with some hills and local nuances (winter temperature inversions, calm atmosphere, strong insolation) climatic features have an important role in preventing and treating diseases.


Sibiel

Sibiel

With a population of about 450 inhabitants, the village is part of the ten Sibiel settlements that make up the city Sălişte. Located along the namesake river, which crosses the city from west to east, the city Sibielului was identified by some researchers as Salgo camp, attested from 1322. Located 23 km away from Sibiu, housed in a bucket that Cibin Mountains, the village Sibiel furthers its ancient history a relay in natural beauty, culture and Romanian tradition. Sibielului story is shrouded in mystery, village elders recounting the time he's there and giants, and that would be hidden treasures Decebal Traian fear.


Gura Raului

Gura Raului

The village is situated 18 km from Sibiu, 15 km and 22 km Salistea Ocna Sibiu. It is the main gateway to the mountains Cibinului, the River Great and Small River towards Iezerele Cindrelului streams. On streets where locals greet you like an old figure known once roamed George Topârceanu, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (it seems "Zamfirei Wedding" and "Just one" have been written here), Mihai Eminescu, Lucian Blaga and many other cultural personalities "as "the magic spot.


Rasinari

Rasinari

Rasinari village is situated in south-east at 12 km from Sibiu county is one of the oldest communities in Sibiu Surroundings. Just a few kilometers from the mountain resort offers a natural setting Paltinis to spend a great holiday in the mountains with family and loved ones. The village is connected to the city by a tram line crosses and Forest Grove. In this connection Rasinari Sibiu playing the play "A Streetcar Named Smith" with the actors at the National Theatre Radu Stanca. The area is valued in terms of scenic beauty for tourists but for local customs and traditions, such as harvesting pine resin, giving occupation and name of the locality.


Saliste

Saliste

The village is situated in the Depression Saliste in west county 21 km from Sibiu, in the mountainous hills of the Mountains Cibin. It is common with the largest number of villages in the county, which included ten villages. Access is via shared DN 1 (E 15A) Sibiu - Sebes Alba, Sibiu railway route - the Netherlands wind and stops the train station at Saliste Sibiel Sacel Aciliu, or the old road through Cristian, Orlat, Sibiel , Valley - Saliste - Tilisca.



Sebes

Sebes

Orasul Sebes este situat în partea centrala a României, în sud-vestul Transilvaniei, în judetul Alba. Drumurile europene E 68 ( Deva- Sibiu- Brasov) si E 81 ( Cluj- Sibiu- Pitesti), drumul national 67 (de pe Valea Sebesului) si alte drumuri judetene trec prin Sebes. În oras exista si o gara, pentru rute precum Bucuresti- Brasov- Sibiu, mergând spre vest (Deva- Arad). Sebesul se gaseste la 15 km de Alba-Iulia, la 55 km de Sibiu ( Sibiul are si un areroport international) si la 63 km de Deva, în apropierea varsarii râului Sebes în râul Mures.


Cities in Moldavia region

Slanic Moldova

Slanic Moldova

Slanic Moldova is situated on the eastern slope of the Eastern Carpathians (the mountain Nemira) at a height of 530 m on the valley Slănic. The city takes place in a depression covered with deciduous and coniferous forests. Slanic-Moldova, a city in eastern Romania (Bacau County) located Slănic River (a tributary of Trotus) at Nemira Mountains (Eastern Carpathians), elevation 530 m, in a valley surrounded by forests of beech and fir, the 84 km southwest of the city of Bacau (Bacau county). All-season resort, with an intra-depression temperate climate, with a pure air free of dust and particles that can cause allergies, and rich in resinous aerosols and negative ions.


Iasi

Iasi

Iasi (IASS history, Іашіі, Iasi) Iasi is the county seat and principal urban center in northeastern Romania. Iasi was the capital of Moldova in the period 1564 - 1859, one of the two capitals of the united principalities between 1859 and 1862 and the capital of Romania between 1916-1918. Science is the cultural, economic and academic Moldova. This work Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, one of the most prestigious academic institutions in Romania and four other public universities and seven private. Iasi was first mentioned in a commercial privilege issued in 1408 by Mr.


Piatra Neamt

Piatra Neamt

Piatra Neamt - Neamt county - is situated on Bistrita River Valley, more specifically, its exit of the mountains at the confluence with the brook Cuiejdi. Piatra Neamt is located in an intra-mountain basin at an altitude of 310 m, guarded by Pietricica peaks (590 m) south-east Cozla (679 m) north, Cernegura (852 m) south-west Cârloman (617 m) north-west and Bâtca Lady (462 m) south-west. The city enjoys all the advantages of a unique nature, a temperate continental climate with short summers, cool and pleasant, long autumns, mild winters without frost and snow in abundance large.


Durau

Durau

Located 100 km from Piatra Neamt and 6 km southwest of the village Ceahlău (which administratively belongs), at an altitude of 780-800 m at the foot of the famous massively Ceahlau (in the NW) - famous for its legends and magical traditions - resort is located in a mountainous region frequented since the eighteenth century. Durau resort is suitable for recreation and treatment of asthenic neurosis, the weakness, anemia, for recovery from mental or intellectual effort. Among natural factors mention clean air, dust and allergens, ozonated atmosphere are the main natural cure factors.


Bacau

Bacau

London is the largest city of residence and county of Bacau, Romania. Bistrita river, which provides, through local hydroelectric power, a significant part of the local power consumption. City area is 60km ² and a population of approximately 175,500 inhabitants. The town is crossed by the E85 and E57 European highways, thoroughfares and national European connecting to Bucharest, with the north, and Transylvania. On national and international rail links is done by railway network. On air, Bacau has an international airport whose aerogarǎ for freight and passenger transport, provides regular flights to various domestic and European destinations.


Botosani

Botosani

Botosani is the capital and largest city in the county of Botosani, Moldova, Romania. It is located in the south-west of the county of Botosani, on the interfluve between the rivers and Dresleuca Sitna, westbound between Dresleuca and Siren, then descends between the hills Criva Agafton, Baisa, relying on the deep platform of. The city itself has an area of 4132 hectares, and a character slightly elongated north-south. The average altitude is 163 meters from the city, only exceptionally exceeding 200 meters in the west. Characteristic of this region is underscored by low hills and rolling hills, deposits developed monoclinal (slightly tilted to the south-east), with low slopes, with very wide valleys, with dishes like inter-energy and low relief, an average of 30 - 40 meters.


Nordul Moldovei

Nordul Moldovei

The north of Moldova and Bukovina offer breathtaking views, the area being strewn with churches and monasteries renowned for their exterior and interior paintings, treasures that are included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage, a land of monasteries, full of history, culture and Cheerfulness.


Targu Neamt

Targu Neamt

Targu Neamt is the third largest city in Neamt county, Moldavia, Romania. The village is famous for Neamt Fortress, built by Petru I Musat, home where he grew poet Veronica Micle and also the village (now district) Humuleşti, cradle storyteller Ion Creangă. Also, the city is the center of a complex of northern Neamt county where there are about 20 monasteries, some of an important artistic and cultural, for example Văratec agape or Secu. It has a population of 18,695 inhabitants (2011).


Ceahlau

Ceahlau

Mount Ceahlău was considered by the Gauls, as the abode of the god Zamolxis. Ceahlau ancestor's name for roughy, or Peon, word comes from the Greek which translated would mean "pole house". Today Ceahlau is considered as the second holy mountain of Orthodox Christianity after Mount Athos. Perhaps for these reasons his name is common in Romanian literature, most notably what pages were devoted to the writings Calistrat Hogaş Alexander Vlahuţă and Sadoveanu.



Galati

Galati

Galati is the capital and also the largest city of Galati county, the county located near the corner of the three frontiers of Moldova, Romania. It is one of the largest economic centers in Romania, Moldova respectively. Galati city has a history because it is charged and placed on the Danube, the most important artery of trade and European river, the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal.



Focsani

Focsani

Known in many writings "City of the Milcov" river that voivod Stephen the Great established the border between Moldova and the Romanian Country in 1482, the town entered into people's consciousness as "Union City".


Vaslui

Vaslui

Vaslui is a municipality located in eastern Romania, Vaslui county of historic Moldova region near the border with Moldova. The accession of Romania to the European Union, Vaslui county became the eastern border of the Union. Border crossing point Albiţa reaching the highest in Eastern Europe. From the municipality became part: Vaslui, Bahnari, Brodoc, Mill Greeks, Rediu, Viişoara. It is attested in 1375.


Onesti

Onesti

Honest is a Tier 2 city in Bacău County, Moldavia, Romania.


Roman

Roman

Rome is a city of Neamţ County, Moldavia, Romania. It is located in the central part of the plateau Moldova, Neamţ County at the confluence of Siret and Moldova.


Adjud

Adjud

Is a city of Adjud Vrancea, Moldova, Romania. It has a population of 17,585 inhabitants (2002). Located north of the point where the rivers meet and Trotuş Siren, Adjud city was originally a deal. The land is Adjud city is generally flat, sandwiched between the sub-Carpathian hills with heights up to 400 m. The altitude of the city's overall average is about 100 m above sea level. The terrain is favorable to crops, and has built will meet the drinking water blade less than 10 m deep. Meets its settlement temperate climate and is characterized by prevailing winds from the north with alternating warm season southern and south-east, average annual temperature of 8-10 ° C, average rainfall of 500 mm / m² a year.


Cities in Muntenia region

Bucharest

Bucharest

Bucharest is Romania's capital and at the same time, the largest city industrial and commercial center of the country. Population of 1,944,367 inhabitants is that Bucharest is the sixth city in population in the European Union. In fact, however, Bucharest gather daily over three million people, and experts predict that over the next five years, the total will exceed four million. Currently, the capital has the same administrative level as a county and is divided into six sectors.


Amara

Amara

The settlement was documented during the reign of Matei Basarab, who endowed the monastery built by him in Slobozia vast land around the lake. In 1864, the secularization of the monasteries, these lands were taken over by the state. When the first human settlements were established. By 1903, Amara was a hamlet and village belonged Slobozia Veche. In April 2004 received the status of the city of Amara. Situated in the eastern Romanian Plain, Amara has a continental steppe climate with hot summers and cold winters. The average annual temperature is 10.


Slanic Prahova

Slanic Prahova

Spa resort, including the center of Salt Salt Mountain is unique in the world and the largest salt mine in Europe, a city surrounded by spectacular scenery and providing accommodation, treatment and devertisment various Slanic Prahova is the ideal place for spending holidays. The distinct beauty of the landscape adjacent, local climate peculiarities determined by location in the hearth of a river not far from the last depression and mountain peaks and the presence of remarkable sights and spectacular scale of the bases and treatment recognized are prerequisites for a pleasant stay, quiet and restful.


Pucioasa

Pucioasa

Resort city of more than 170 years, located on the upper course of Ialomita 21 km north of the city of Targoviste and an altitude of about 400m, Smelly has a beautiful open position, the one with hills on both sides under the outward delayed binefacatoarele sources of sulfur (sulfur), where it gets its name Smelly.


Bucharest Otopeni

Bucharest Otopeni

Is situated in Otopeni town adjacent area north of the capital of Romania - Bucharest, between km. 12.800 and 17.900 on the national road No. 1 (E60). In terms of physical geography, the city is situated on the interfluve Colentina Otopeni - Bird in Vlasiei Plain, a subdivision of the Romanian Plain and the administrative point of view - the territory is located in Ilfov county.


Braila

Braila

Braila is a city, the capital and largest city of Braila County in northeastern historical region Muntenia, South-eastern Romania. The city is situated on the left bank of the Danube.


Pitesti

Pitesti

Pitesti is the capital and largest city of Argeş County in the historical region Muntenia, Romania. The town has city status and reputation of the city of tulips [3] here are hosted important annual festival called Tulip Symphony. At the 2011 census, had a population of 155,383 Pitesti inhabitants, being the thirteenth largest urban center in Romania in terms of population.


Lacu Sarat

Lacu Sarat

Salt Lake is a village in the county of Braila, Muntenia, Romania, located in the village Chiscani. In the village, there is a salt lake, the banks of which stood the resort of the same name. The beginnings of the resort dates from the second half of the nineteenth century, the first settlements were described by writer Alexander Vlahuţă in Romania picturesque. In the early years of the twentieth century, the resort was about Braila city by tram, which operates today.


Targoviste

Targoviste

The old fortress, Targoviste is located in central-southern part of Romania on a high terrace of 260m above the valley Ialomita, the boundary between the High Plains region and the Carpathian foothills of Targoviste, Dambovita River that includes the interfluve between the Ialomita river and to contact with "plain ramble, low and monotonous, being an extension of the hilly plains.


Campulung Muscel

Campulung Muscel

Is a city of Campulung Muscel Arges, Wallachia region. Depression is located in Campulung, Fair River at an altitude of 590 m above sea level on an area of ​​11.7 km ² and has a population of 40,000 inhabitants. It has the subordinated Rumanestilor Valley area. Campulung Muscel is set in the midst of a unique natural environment characterized by a varied landscape: mountains, hills, mountain plateaus. The diversity of terrain units is due mainly to the complex geological structure. Known as the first royal residence of the Romanian country here has its roots in Romanian first known document, letter Neacşu.


Valea Doftanei

Valea Doftanei

Doftana Valley village is situated in a picturesque landscape, with many valences of interest and lack of sources of pollution and environmental degradation. It is located in the northern part of the county Prahova Prahova valley between Teleajen. Mountainous landscape of this locality is more pronounced to the north, which is adjacent to the county of Brasov. Thence Doftana origin of the high mountains: Orjogoaia, Radela, Cucioaia, Zanoaga, Baiu Mare, Baiu Small, Small-angle high angle. Seen from afar, the mountain high angle, with its geometric lines resembling a pyramid of Egypt, seems purposely here kneading impantata Carpathian landscape.


Curtea De Arges

Curtea De Arges

At 37 km from Pitesti, DN 7C, Arges town is situated on one side of Arges, ancient capital of the Romanian Country, known today more due to the monastery of the same name built in 1517 by Neagoe, but also monuments of architecture and art. The city has an area of 75 square kilometers, is surrounded by hills and southern muscelele Fagaras Mountains, Southern Carpathians. Attested in 1330, control of many facts and events of the past generations, Arges is a price guide research historical vestiges. The natural condition of this city is near the mountain area, which is located about 28 km away and introduces variation and diversity in geographical landscape.


Ploiesti

Ploiesti

Ploiesti, one of Romania's major cities, capital of Prahova County, is seated in the center of Wallachia, north-central part of the Romanian Plain, situated 60 km north of Bucharest. The current area surrounding the town is about 60 km ². Ploiesti is located near Big Hill-growing region will continue to happen and have direct access to the Prahova Valley, the most important alpine tourist area of Romania and is an important transport hub, being on the roads linking the capital Bucharest and Transylvania Moldova.



Buzau

Buzau

Buzau is located in the center of the county, 120 km from Bucharest, in southeastern Romania, and occupies a total area of ​​81.3 km2. The municipality lies in the Carpathians bend curvature at the junction of roads between the three Romanian provinces: Wallachia, Transylvania and Moldavia. Buzău River, on whose right bank is forms the northern boundary of the city. City shape is elongated, the largest city along the river. Buzau occupies altitudes from 101 meters in the northwest near the hills to 88 meters close to the river, averaging 95 meters (as is the altitude in the center of the market Dacia). Thus, Buzau is a city in a flat relief, with an altitude difference of 10 meters along a line of 4 km.




Alunis

Alunis

Aluniş (formerly Strâmbeni) is a commune in Prahova county, Muntenia, Romania, composed of villages Aluniş (resident) and Ostrovu.


Calarasi

Calarasi

Calarasi (formerly Lichireşti and temporarily Ştirbeiu) is the city of residence of Calarasi county, Muntenia, Romania. It is the largest city in the county and one of the most important cities in the South Region. Located in south-east Romania, on the right side of the Danube course Borcea, Călăraşi is known for food, melamine chipboard industry, steel industry, paper and precast industry.


Snagov

Snagov

Snagov is located in the northern part of Ilfov County, 28 km from Bucharest, DN 1 to Ploiesti.




Cities in Maramures region

Viseu De Sus

Viseu De Sus

Vișeu de Sus (in German Oberwischau, in Hungarian Felsővisó) is a city in Maramureș county, Transylvania, Romania. It is located in the northeast of the county of Maramureș, in the Depression of Maramureș, at the confluence between Valea Vișeului and Valea Vaserului.


Borsa

Borsa

Borsa town is a starting point for tourists to visit the lands of Maramures. It is located in southern Maramures, at an altitude of 850 m Rodna, Viseu River valley. Relief Bor area is mountainous, very rugged, with steep and fast high-level differences. Heights are found in mountainous area covered by three parties: Rodna Mountains and Maramures Mountains Tibau. Tourism in the area is developed, especially in winter, due to existing conditions for winter sports. For those interested in skiing, it can be practiced on two slopes for intermediates and one for beginners.


Ocna Sugatag

Ocna Sugatag

Held on the history and legend, set in a natural setting for an excellent landscape beauty, at the foot of Gutai, a vast panorama where you can admire the Maramures mountains that close like a fortress wall Depression Maramures, Ocna Sugatag lies at the crossing roads dating from historical times, today the area representing a famous tourist area.


Baia Mare

Baia Mare

The town was first attested in 1329 in an act of the chancery of King Charles and was developed as a center for gold in the 14-15 centuries. In 1446 the city became Hunyadi his family. In 1469, under the leadership of the Hungarian King Matthias Corvinus (son of Iancu de Hunedoara) is fortified city. Baia Mare is located in the western county of Maramures, Săsar River. With the built-up area of 234.7 km2, includes administration and rural municipality Blidari, Firiza Valea Black Valley. Because the city's position at the foot of the Eastern Carpathians, around town there are several hills and mountains, the Flower Hill (367 m), Morgue Hill (633 m) Cross Hill (501 m), Ignis (1307 m), Mogoşa (1246 m), gout (1443 m), Cocosului Ridge (1450 m) Falcon Stone (839 m), Pleştioara (803 m), Bulat Hill (683 m) etc.


Sighetu Marmatiei

Sighetu Marmatiei

Municipality belongs administratively Sighetu Marmatiei Maramures county, situated in northern Romania, on the border with the Republic of Ukraine. As it is positioned off center position against the territory or influence (Maramures History), but the convergence of five main valleys in the region (Iza Valley, Great Valley, Valley Cosău Tisza Valley and the Valley of dreams.


Cavnic

Cavnic

Located in the heart of Maramures county, a distance of 30 km from Baia Mare, situated in a narrow valley at the foot of Gutai Mountains (1445m) and Mogosa (1249), Cavnic stretches approximately 10km in length and 500 m altitude difference (550m to 1050m flotation Quarter-Wheel) crossed the valley from east to west, representing the last branch of the emptiness of the Baia Mare depression.


Baia Sprie

Baia Sprie

Sprie bath is a town in the county of Maramures, Transylvania, Romania. He was one of the important mining centers of Maramures. A mining activity in the city region is already reported in the Bronze Age. The exploitation of gold and silver is postponed by the Saxons in the years 1141 to colonize the region. In 1329 the area is known as the Mons medius. In 1774 published the first scientific research is the exploitation of minerals. Sprie around Baia, are the most important places of tourist interest in the area. Whatever the season, tourist resort and cottage Suior Mogosa put at your disposal with rich and diverse recreational activities.


Sacel

Sacel

Săcel is the last village in the Iza Valley upstream, and hence makes the transition to Viseu Valley over step Moisei Hill (north-east) and to Transylvania (specifically Nasaud south) by Hill Ştefăniţei step that separates Mountains Rodna (East) Tiblesului Mountains (west).


Maramures

Maramures

Maramures is a county in Maramures region in the north-western Romania, residing in Baia Mare. In terms of traditional culture, the current district consists of four areas (ethno-folklore) distinct Chioarului Country, Country Lapus, Maramures Country (half northeast of Maramures History) and Country Codrului (south-west) , plus Metropolitan Area Baia Mare.


Vadu Izei

Vadu Izei

Iza Vadu village, situated at the confluence of the Iza and Mara valleys, is that all settlements from Maramures, a preserver of traditions and customs that are still transmitted to the young. But further, the most precious pride of the village is represented by the many carved doors - to be considered as the most beautiful in the area. Along with them - spirituality maximum rates around the holidays, customs, places, art and folk - that people regardless of the day wearing it.


Tasnad

Tasnad

Tasnad is a resort in the northwest of Romania, which is part of Satu Mare County was certified in 2000. The natural tourist potential is the one that led to the development of this area by the presence of the thermal waters collected and used for tourist purposes.


Ieud

Ieud

Located on the Izei Valley, Ieud is a settlement that preserves a vast history and a land considered an open air museum. It is noted through story landscapes, through the many traditions that have been preserved over the years and through the folklore and ethnographic values.


Sapanta

Sapanta

Sapanta village is located on the right bank of the Tisza River in the valley of the terrace, near the confluence Sapanta and Tisza, in the extreme north of Romania, Maramures Country. The village is situated about 18 km from Sighet Marmatiei. Village area is approximately 150 square kilometers and includes meadows, terraced hills and mountains. The settlement is dominated by Sapanta Stone, an impressive volcanic formation. Attested in the 1300s, known in 1373 under the name "Zapancha" Sapanta city, part of the historical Maramures, his name may be derived after the statement poet John Alexander, from the Latin Sapientia (wisdom).


Poienile Izei

Poienile Izei

Iza Meadows is located in the historical heart of Maramures, where age costumes blend perfectly with the purity of nature. Between the mountains and forests of Maramures, a true piece of heaven, is common Iza Meadows, where you have the opportunity to experience country life in the purest way possible. Iza hospitality of the people of Meadows will charm, providing specific relief the visitor a sense of place rooted in the traditions and centuries-old lifestyle It is located in the historic-ethnographic "Land of Maramures, in the central-eastern county of Maramures, Baia Mare 100 km, 50 km from Sighet.


Cities in Transfagarasan region

Arefu

Arefu

Arefu is a commune in the northern county of Arges, Wallachia, Romania. Arefu commune is composed of villages, Capatanenii Pământeni (village resident) and Capatanenii Ungureni.


Arpasu De Sus

Arpasu De Sus

Arpaşu Upper is a village in the east of Sibiu, Fagaras Depression. Lower Arpaşu village belongs.


Transfagarasan

Transfagarasan

Road DN7C - Transfagarasan road is a road in Romania, starting in Bascov village, Arges County near the town of Pitesti, Arges in the city and ends at the intersection with the road DN1 between Sibiu and Brasov, near the village Cârţişoara, with a length of 151 km, crossing the north-south axis Fagaras Mountains. Portion itself built during 1970-1974 is dam-Cârţişoara over a length of about 91 km, although in practice the way it is considered that from out of Capataneni-Ungureni / hydro Arefu. Until the construction of the dam and lake Vidraru in 1965 along DN7C which takes place nearly 20 km., There was a dirt road and a line linking Mocăniţă common Cumpăna Capataneni the old village (now covered water, which was built near existing Cottage Cumpăna)


Sambata De Sus

Sambata De Sus

At the foot of the Fagaras mountains, around an old monastery was born a new holiday destination. Sambata de Sus tourist complex is situated less than 30 km from Fagaras, and is an important tourist area. Sambata de Sus tourist complex is situated less than 30 km from Fagaras, and is an important tourist area. The surroundings offer tourists a nice and relaxing. The air is fresh and clean because of the forests. If you like, you're passionate about and the weather is fine, you can climb the mountain. Sambata de Sus is a holiday destination to us, for lovers of mountains and tranquility.


Lacul Vidraru

Lacul Vidraru

On Transfagarasan Lake Vidraru is the meeting place of rivers Arges Capra, Buda and several tributaries, River Lady, Cernatul, topology. Maybe at first glance you say I'm not so impressed by the size (area of 870 ha, length of 14 km and maximum width of 2.2 km). But when they climbed the winding road around the lake, you realize how easy it can be tricked.


Balea

Balea

Ice bucket that holds emblematic Balea Lake (elevation 2034 m) with the most beautiful cottage semilacustra is by far the most important sports center in the Romanian Carpathians altitude. Located in the Fagaras Mountains between peaks and Negoiu Moldoveanu, Ramna most famous waterfall at over 1200 m altitude, has a fall of 60 m and marked inferior level of cirque Balea


Capataneni

Capataneni

Capataneni in Arges county is a highly acclaimed tourist destination in Romania.


Cities in Muntii Apuseni region

Stana De Vale

Stana De Vale

Situated at an altitude of 1,100 m, the Valley of Hell, Stana de Vale is one of the most popular resorts in the country. Access is on the road that branches off Oradea Deva Beius to Stana de Vale (~ 25km) passing through town Budureasa. With a highly ionized air is an ideal environment to spend a holiday in nature, with a range of attractions, scenery and great hiking. The resort is suitable for all ages and can make treatments against respiratory disorders, mental and physical exertion, body weight loss, anemia, rickets and growth disorders in children.


Albac

Albac

Location: Grand River valley Aries (800 m.alt) 20 km northwest of the city Campeni. Climate: specific mountain, fresh and clean air, mild summers and snow rich winters. Therapeutic indications: various possibilities for winter sports, rides in a cart or sleigh. Tourist attractions: glaciers and caves on the plateau Padeşului, Arieseni resort, town Campeni.


Arieseni

Arieseni

The village lies on the border between Arieseni Alba and Bihor, at an altitude of 950 m, representing a starting point for climbing and hiking routes in the Apuseni Mountains. In winter, these places are assaulted by tourists from all over the country and neighboring counties, in fact, who come here for winter sports for Vartop Arieseni ski, to relax and warm landscapes of mountains.


Garda De Sus

Garda De Sus

Comuna Garda de Sus is located on the upper Great Aries, in the heart of Apuseni Mountains Biharia foot, the highest peak and the bulk of the Western Carpathians dominated Curcubăta Mare (1849 m). The location of villages in the commune falls Garda de Sus the characteristic area of the Apuseni Mountains are scattered everywhere in groups of three to ten houses forming hamlets, or in groups of ten to fifteen houses plus neighboring hamlets forming villages.


Vata De Jos

Vata De Jos

Lower Cotton spa is located at 233 m altitude, in Hunedoara County, on the western border of the Apuseni Mountains in Depression Zarand White Cris valley. The resort is surrounded by forests and sheltered from wind and bases its reputation on great value of its thermal waters and is located on the road from Oradea to Brad.


Remeti

Remeti

The village belongs to the village Remeti Bulz and in turn consists of several hamlets: Vacaresti Matesti, Costesti, SCAI, Fruntinesti, Boncesti, Popesti, smooth, horn, Spring, Mitresti, Meadow, Remeti, Daica and Glade. Most of the landscape is occupied by mountains Forest Park. They are presented as a huge platform, fragmented and massive peaks separated by deep valleys and isolated karst plateaus. This platform is tilted to the east (where the maximum-record altitudes less than 1000 m Hodrâncuşa Vf) to the west gradually lower altitudes from 600-800 m to 350-400 m in the central area in the north-west.


Cities in Clisura Dunarii region

Eselnita

Eselnita

Eşelniţa (known until 1966 Ieselnita) is a common joint center in Banat, Romania, located in the western part of the county on Route 57 town



Orsova

Orsova

Orsova is a municipality in the County, Banat, Romania. It is located on the shore of Iron Gate I reservoir on the Danube, near the estuary of the Danube River Cerna. At the 2002 census, the city population was 12,967 inhabitants. Following the completion of Iron Gate reservoir, the old hearth of the city was flooded in 1970, its population was moved to a new location, including the Danube terraces and Cerna Mountains and the southern slope Almaj, where he built a city completely new (1966-1971), which also incorporated villages Jupalnic, scrub and Coramnic.


Cities in Bucegi Mountains region

Parcul Natural Bucegi

Parcul Natural Bucegi

Bucegi Nature Park is located entirely in the Bucegi Massif Meridional Carpathians, developed as an open amphitheater south, on the territory of three counties: Dambovita, Arges and Brasov. Park area is 32,663 ha, of which 60% 30% forest and pastures in the Community Administration alpine.Sediul Moroieni Dambovita county. Diverse topography, geological structure and over 2500 m altitude allowed the installation of a rich and varied flora - over 3500 known species of plants many of which are protected by law (Taxus baccata L. - Tisa, Leontopodium alpinum (L.


Moroeni

Moroeni

The village is located at the northern end of the county, including high mountain area, including much of the Bucegi Mountains Bucegi Natural Park. In the village of Lake Bolboci and springs Ialomiţei Ialomiţei cave (where there is a small monastery) and the limit of Prahova County Omu Peak is the highest point of the Bucegi and Dâmboviţa county and tip Old Women. The village is crossed by the road linking DN71 Sinaia Targoviste.


Cities in Parang region

Ranca

Ranca

Ranca is developing a resort, situated in Gorj County, Romania, situated at 1,600 m altitude, at the foot of the tip of the Massif Novaciului dolly in Parang Mountains, 18 km from the town on the road Novaci Transalpina (DN67C), a road which is upgraded and maintained until the state even during winter. In winter you can go only from Novaci Transalpina from being closed during the winter-Voineasa Obarsia Lotrului Dispune de trei partii de ski toate dotate cu teleski; una pentru incepatori pozitionata pe Muntele Cornesul si dotata cu nocturna pozitionata in centrul statiunii si una pentru avansati care continua peste varf.


Cities in Oltenia region

Craiova

Craiova

Is located in the southern city of Craiova, Romania, on the left bank of the Jiu, the left the hilly region at an altitude between 75 and 116 m. Craiova is part of the Romanian Plain, the Plain of Oltenia to say that lies between the Danube River and the Piedmont Plateau, is crossed by means of the Jiu Valley. The city is situated approximately in the center of Oltenia, at a distance of 227 km from Bucharest and 68 km from the Danube. City is very irregular shape, especially to the west and north, and within the city, unlike its edge, is very compact.


Drobeta Turnu Severin

Drobeta Turnu Severin

City Drobeta Turnu Severin is located on the left bank of the Danube River at the exit of the gorge, in the Carpathian basin Topolnita. Schedule is a rectangle with length from east to west, had a slightly sloping plateau, from north to south. The highest point in town, the altitude is 104 meters and the lowest point is located near the railway station, where the height is 48.75 meters above sea level. Severin is located in a temperate zone continental climate with Mediterranean influences, with sunny summers and mild winters which provides specific conditions for the development of vegetation, such as almond, fig, lilac, lime and chestnut trees and exotic magnolia, walnut Caucasian , Ginkgo biloba - the oldest species on earth.


Polovragi

Polovragi

Polovragi is located in Polovragi Depression, Gorj County, a depression located in the south-western central part of the country, being part of the Subcarpathian Oltean Depression between Bistrița Vâlcii and Tismana, being in the middle of the distance between Târgu Jiuâ Râmnicu.


Turnu Severin

Turnu Severin

Drobeta-Turnu Severin is a city, port on the Danube, county Mehedinti.


Targu Jiu

Targu Jiu

Târgu Jiu Jiu is called, which permeates it and which over time has moved from the bed Deluşorul Prejba west, forming three terraces which are administrative area of the city. Fireplace Dacian a village before the Romans conquered Dacia, its territory was formerly covered large expanses of wild forests. He gave such a good shelter residents defending against foreign invasions. Intersecting major thoroughfares here that links between the Danube in Transylvania and Banat. The Roman military units stationed around him, encamped in fortified settlements.




Slatina

Slatina

Slatina is the capital and largest city of Olt county, Romania. The town is located in southern Romania, on the left bank of the river Olt in the historical region Muntenia Oltenia contact with the contact zone between the Piedmont Plateau and the Romanian Plain. Slatina has a population of 79 171 thousand inhabitants, being an important industrial center. With a history of 650 years and a preserved historical center, the city has an important cultural role in the region.



Cities in Muntii Retezat region

Straja

Straja

Located in Hunedoara county, near Petrosani (20 km), at an altitude of 1445 m, Straja resort is ideal for a skiing holiday. In Straja are arranged seven ski slopes, each equipped with air lifts (lifts). Four of these benefits the installation of night, making it possible to use the slopes until late afternoon. Slopes are such fan-shaped forming surfaces to ski in a length of 5 km. Being situated on a northern slope, the slopes have snow from November to April. Due to the increased number and different disposition on the mountain vertical at Straja can ski even in difficult weather conditions.


Parang

Parang

Parang Mountains are part of the Southern Carpathians, group-Şureanu-Lotrului Parang Mountains, the largest mountain ranges in size from Romania. From east to west is approximately 50 km from north to south and about 25 km.


Cities in Valea Buzaului region

Sarata Monteoru

Sarata Monteoru

Salt-Monteoru (briefly called Monteoru) is a village in the village of Mere, Buzau County. Salt-Monteoru is a resort located in central-western county of Buzau, Muntenia, Romania, about 20 km northwest of the city of Buzau. Place the administration of common apples and was first known among locals for healing waters of the salt springs.


Vama Buzaului

Vama Buzaului

Customs Buzau it is located where the mountains are more fragmented, more narrow, low altitude, where it passes in succession, one after another opened several roads into the heart of Transylvania. Located at 50 km from Brasov, a mountain depression, Ciucasului Mountains near the village gives you what you need it most: silence and lack of traffic.



Cities in Valea Lotrului region

Voineasa

Voineasa

It is a rest and treatment resort of national importance, open in all seasons, located in southern central part of Romania, at the southern end of Lotru Mountains (Southern Carpathians), Lotru River valley at an altitude of 600-800 m, 60 km northwest of the city of Ramnicu Valcea (seat of Valcea county) which is connected by a modernized road.


Cities in Valea Teleajenului region

Cheia

Cheia

Situated 60 km from Ploiesti on DN1A Bucharest-Brasov mountain resort is a real key and the green oasis at the foot Ciucas Mountain, near river Teleajen. Altitude of 871 m, fir and beech forests on the heights around the resort provides a key ozone-rich air, which has a specific air mountainous. Here you can practice the various forms of tourism: trekking, mountaineering, winter sports, excursions in the surroundings. It is one of the points of departure for trips Ciucas Mountain. Key resort enjoys a spectacular view and a climate conducive to ozone-rich air to treat various diseases.


Cities in Satu Mare region

Satu Mare

Satu Mare

Satu Mare (Hungarian: Szatmárnémeti, German: Sathmar, old Romanian name: Satmar) is the capital and largest city of Satu Mare, Romania. Located at an altitude of 126 m from the Black Sea, the city is sitting on a terrace up from the meadow below related Somes. Being a border town, has openings through the road communication at the border with Hungary Petya, rail and Ukraine, the customs Halmeu. Internal links are created by the main route that comes from going to Baia Mare and Oradea Sighet (by Oaş), and one from Zalau. Another port of entry and exit not only domestic but also international, is one created by the airline Bucharest - Satu Mare and temporary airlines operated from northern Europe.


Cities in Romania region

Arges

Arges

Situated in the upper Arges basin, legendary river whose name it bears, the county is bordered to the north by the Fagarasilor ridge, with the peaks of Moldoveanu (2,543 m) and Negoiu (2,535 m), and to the south is the Romanian Plain, thus, from the north to the south, there are all three forms of relief: mountains, hills and plains, as well as two hydrographic basins: Arges Basin, in the mountainous and hill area and Vedea Basin, in the hill and plain area. The county seat is Pitesti.