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[9 May 2019 | No Comment | ]
“B ZONE FOLK” Music Festival – A REAL SUCCES

For four days, from 2 to 5 May, all across Ozana valley folk
music accords echoed loudly. Neamţ Fortress and Târgu Neamţ town center were
the meeting points for lovers of this kind of music. The event, undoubtedly,
became the most important Romanian folk music festival of 2019.

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The opening of the festival was held in the inner
courtyard of Neamţ Fortress. The show was spectacular, as the folk music
blended perfectly with the medieval atmosphere created by the parade of princes
and knights in clothing of the epoch. Here, in a defining space for …

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[25 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]
Photography Project in Neamţ County

Neamţ County Council launches the project “Photo event in Neamţ”, which addresses both professional and amateur photographers who are passionate about traveling and sightseeing

The project aims to develop a new portfolio of photos that will be used for the tourist promotion of Neamţ County.

The event provides participants with the opportunity of getting to know closely the most beautiful places and tourist objectives in Neamţ Land and to promote them through their photos.

Those interested to participate in the event will take part in a photo trip, free of charge. During …

Attractions, Churches, Customs, traditions and crafts, Events, Featured, Hermitages, Monasteries, Neamt County Pilgrimages, Touristic Promotion »

[24 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]
Neamț County, a land of traditions and spirituality

Witnessing the Light of Jesus’ resurrection at the Monasteries in Neamţ County

Easter traditions in Moldova along with the greatness of the well-known monasteries in Neamt, the faithfulness of the people and the places full of spirituality contribute to transforming the Resurrection celebration into a special experience, sought after by thousands of pilgrims every year. Many of them say that here, in these holy places, one can feel the joy of the Resurrection more intensely, more meaningful, achieving a state of peace and fulfillment which can not be translated into words.

The …

Attractions, Ceahlau National Park, Featured, Hiking Routes, Lakes in Neamt County, Natural Parks, Touristic Promotion »

[19 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]
Invitation to Izvoru Muntelui, a picturesque area in Neamţ Land

The
area is the starting point for mountain trails that pass through vast coniferous
forests, climbing to the alpine pastures and gorges up to the ridges of Ceahlău
Massif. Each of the trails offers unforgettable experiences for tourists, who thus
have the chance to explore the surroundings by hiking in unique places with
spectacular mountain views.

The
region is impressive in any season you come by, displaying specific colors which
give the landscape a spectacular, fascinating look.

In
the area, on the course of River Bistrita, from Poiana Largului to Bicaz, Lake
Izvorul Muntelui Aquatic Reserve covers a wide surface. Also …

Attractions, Entertainment, Events, Featured, Touristic Promotion »

[5 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]
Water Music Festival Promotion Tour, April 6, 2019

Water Music Festival Promotion Tour will take place on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at Quantic in Bucharest, where you will have the chance to meet and listen to ZOB, Green Ties, the band and Petrescu Marcian & Storytellers. Between 12 and 18 August 2019, the 2nd edition of Water Music Festival will take place on the shores of Lake Izvorul Muntelui. The event will bring together lovers of good music, lovers of water sports and nature lovers.

The originality of Water Music Festival, to be held in August, in Neamţ County, consists in …

Attractions, Ceahlau National Park, Featured, Hiking Routes, Natural Parks, Touristic Routes in Ceahlau Mountain »

[2 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]
Close to heaven … Dochia Chalet, a living history (part II)

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Located at an altitude
of about 1750m, Dochia is the first tourist accommodation built at such an
altitude in the Eastern Carpathians. Over the years, it has been extended
several times, and the accommodation capacity has gradually increased.

Built in 1908, when more
than 300 people of which athletes, priests, teachers and villagers from Ceahlău
commune contributed to the construction works, the stone chalet initially
consisted of two rooms. A year later, in 1909, the chalet was thrown down by a
devastating storm.

Rebuild in 1913, the
chalet was again devastated during World War I. In 1927, it was …

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