Landscape in Neamț County
Neamț [ˈneamts] County is especially known for its picturesque landscape with sights such as the Ceahlău mountains and the accumulation lake Izvorul Muntelui on the river Bistrița in the western part of the town of Bicaz. The area is full of cultural traditions with museums, annual theatre festivals and music concerts which are worth visiting. here you find also some of the famous monasteries of the Moldavian region.
Discover the region
The tourist potential of the district Neamţ is constantly developing both as an offer and an attractiveness and is strengthened by factors such as the geographical location, the diversity of natural conditions, historical monuments and, in particular, the well known hospitality of the people in these regions.
The importance of nature for the county is also enhanced by the existence of natural reserves such as the Ceahlău National Park, the Carpathian Fauna and Buffalo Reserve, the dendrological parks of Roznov, Văleni, Grumăzeşti and Români, the forest reserves Goşmanu, Codrii de aramă şi Codrii de argint and last but not least the Munticelu and Toşorog caves.
Visitors can combine the experience of nature with the historical and ecumenical. Fortresses like Cetatea Nouă in Roman, the Bâtca Doamnei and the Neamţ fortress or the Palace of Princes (Palatul Cnejilor) are waiting to be discovered by you, and monasteries like Agapia, Văratec, Secu or Sihăstria invite you inside to discover their beauty.