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Neamț County, within the European tourist partnerships

12 May 2022 No Comment

Representatives of the Neamț County Council were recently present at the conference organized by the Partenalia Network, following the invitation of Mr. José Manuel Baltar Blanco, President of the Network and President of the Diputación de Ourense. The aim of the event was to promote the monumental heritage and local tourism. The conference took place at the Provincial Ethnographic Museum in León, Spain, also known as the Museum of Leonese Villages, with participants such as presidents of some regions of Spain and experts from the European Commission.

Images from the conference organized by the Network Partnership:

The invitation for the county representatives to participate and the presentation of  Neamț County during the event is closely related to the uniqueness and beauty of these places strongly connected to every corner of Europe, because there are important cultural and historical routes, traveled by ancient pilgrims since time immemorial, which, nowadays, by the efforts of the Neamț County Council, are revitalized as a tourist resource that has an important social and cultural significance. One such example is the millennial road “Camino de Santiago” of St. James, which connects Santiago de Compostela with Neamț County and is traveled by pilgrims from all over Europe. From this point, the road of some important international collaborations for the development process of the Neamț County tourism and the attraction of the foreign tourists in our county is now opened.

During the event, the vice-president of Neamț County Council, Dragoș Chitic, saluted everyone on behalf of President Ionel Arsene and presented Neamț County from the perspectives of natural beauty, culture, spirituality, gastronomy and hospitality of its people, recalling the history of the county, an impressive and long one, dating since the times of the Paleolithic period, on the current territory of Neamț being discovered the vestiges of the most brilliant prehistoric civilization of Europe, the Cucuteni-Trypillia Culture, which is over six millennia old.

In addition to all the natural beauties and objectives that tourists discover in Neamț and relating to the theme addressed during the Partenalia Conference, the event brought to the attention of the participants two objectives in the county, of UNESCO universal cultural heritage.


The first one is the Neamț Monastery, the largest and oldest monastic settlement in the historical region of Moldavia, with roots dating back to the twelfth century.



The second UNESCO site was proposed by Romania, a year ago, for the indicative list of cultural monuments, was the “Cultural-monastic landscape Vânători-Neamț”, motivated by the fact that our monasteries contribute to strengthening the relationship between the past and future, of the relationship with the cultural heritage, but also with the spiritual one. Only the Vânători-Neamț area includes six large monasteries and ten hermitages depending on these monasteries. In all these monastic settlements live around 1,000 nuns and monks. There are a total of 40 service altars here (monasteries and churches of myrrh), a unique aspect in Romania. In fact, in Neamț there are the most monasteries in the country and 537 historical monuments: very old buildings, places of worship, many museums and memorial houses, which display valuable collections, some dating since 1210.

Photo gallery:

The international conference also meant the opportunity to highlight and present, briefly, those objectives, beautiful and remarkable tourist attractions, which make Neamț a unique county and of interest for tourists from all over Europe and around the world.

The participants in the event were interested in discovering in Neamț the three national parks and the five impressive lakes by lengh and biodiversity; the Ceahlău Massif, the sacred mountain of the Dacians and “The second holy mountain of Christianity”, after Mount Athos; Bicaz Gorges, a world renowned spectacular attraction, which frequently, has held the headlines of internationally renowned newspapers, such as the New York Times.

Natural beauty in Neamț County: Ceahlău Massif and Bicaz Gorges:

Also during the conference attended by tourism experts of the European Commission, the representatives of Neamț county presented the ecotourism destination Bison Land, which, this year, in March, ranked 1st place at the ITB Berlin International Tourism Fair, during the Green ceremony Destinations Story Awards 2022, People’s Choice Award.

Gallery photo : promotion of local values

The participants in the event were invited to get acquainted in Neamț with the best green destination in Romania and the only one in the country, which since 2017 is on the exclusive list of the top 100 “green destinations” worldwide, 100 Sustainable Destinations Top, Bison Land, being the first place in Romania where the bison was reintroduced in freedom, more than two centuries after its disappearance from the wild.

Bisons in Neamț County:

The projects that are in progress in Neamț County have also been made known:  Creangă’s Land” Recreation Complex, meant to revive, through leisure opportunities, the universe described by Creangă in “Childhood Memories” and his stories, Creangă being a titan of the Romanian literature, born in our county. The conference also mentioned the international echoes, the significance and beauty of the medieval monument Neamț Fortress.

Images showing Neamț Fortress:

A member since 2018 of the EDEN European Destinations of Excellence Network, Neamț County is internationally renowned for the richness of local traditions, customs, crafts, gastronomy and holidays, a cultural treasure that Neamț County Council aims to promote and give an added value through projects and programs that lead to the sustainable development of our community.

The Partenalia conference provided an opportunity to develop partnerships and collaborations for future joint projects linking Neamț with famous tourist areas in Spain, and Neamț County Council did not miss the opportunity to launch Mr. José Manuel Baltar Blanco and the officials present at the event, the invitation to visit and discover our area, a real “fairytale land”.

Thank you sir José Manuel Baltar Blanco, President of the Network Partenalia and  of the Diputación de Ourense !

We are also very thankful for the good collaboration and efforts of the National Union of County Councils in Romania, courtesy of Ms. Madalina Trandafir, Head of Communication, Brussels Representative Office, for involvement and strengthening of partnerships and good international relations!

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