Rodnei Mountains National Park
Rodnei Mountains National Park is the largest protected area, located in the northern group of the Eastern Carpathians, on an area of 47,227 hectares, of which 3,300 hectares were declared in 1979 as a biosphere reserve.
At the entrance of the national park, from Borsa, there is the Cailor's Waterfall, in a very picturesque area. Rocks in the area are a great attraction for climbers.
Ciceu Fortress is a medieval fortress in the current county of Bistrita-Nasaud, Romania, at the meeting point of the territory of Ciceu-Corabia, Ciceu-Giurgesti and Dumbraveni
Complex of 13 buildings dating from the 15th-16th centuries, the most typical Renaissance buildings in Transylvania. The suites are made up of several floating buildings, linked together by some spacious entrances that form a gallery of 20 vaults that rests on 21 pilasters.
Arcalia Dendrologic Park
The Arcalia dendrological park (17 km west of Bistrita, near Arcalia) - covers more than 16 ha. It hosts over 150 species of trees from different parts of the world (Japanese acacia, silver fir, Caucasian spruce, etc.).
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- Sauna / turkish bath
- Nature Reserves
- Museums and galleries
- Artistic and historical sites
- Churches and monasteries
- Mountain bike