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