We can guide you in the area for the following activities: visiting Cave Bat Cave is just 15 minutes walk, dumetii to stinele Mountains Stone Mountains, hiking in the mountains Stone Mountains, relaxing in the courtyard in hammocks, swings, swings .
Dambovicioarei keys - are a significant component of the largest complex of keys in the country, which boasts over 20 keys, with a total length of over 30 km. Deepening the river Dambovicioara Jurassic limestones of the ridge has generated a key sector for over 8 km long, with the look of a real canyon, cut into the rock pile bridges limestone massif of the terminal.
Rasnov is the largest peasant citadel in southeastern Transylvania. It was built in the thirteenth century and helped defend the inhabitants of Barsa for several centuries.
Bran Castle is the most famous fortress, due mainly to the legend that it was the residence of Count Dracula vampire. Built in sec. XIV, the castle is the main attraction of the area
Air ethnographic museum was arranged in the park near the Bran Castle. In this museum they were brought and reconstructed some of the oldest and most typical construction of the Barsa.
Church in Key - Moeciu Assumption Church built in 1813 in the key of river stone, wool pan (instead of mortar) and var.
National Park - is located in the counties of Arges and Brasov, respectively Zarnesti localities, Moeciu, Rucar and Dambovicioara, including Massif and Dambovita Gorges Gorges area including Ghimbavului. Located in the Southern Carpathians, the park about 25 km long massif between Zarnesti and Rucar, being bounded by the lane Bran-Rucar and Dambovicioara River to the east and southeast, the rivers Dambovita and Tamas Barsa river to the east and north. Access the massive can be done either through Plaiul or Curmatura.
Brasov - visit city parks and adventure dstractii outdoor water park
Fortified citadels of Transylvania
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- Nature Reserves
- Museums and galleries
- Churches and monasteries
- Horse riding