Békási szoros

Korondi kerámia

Bran (Dracula) kastely



Felsőboldogfalva/Feliceni – Csíkszereda/Miercurea Ciuc – Mádéfalva/Siculeni (the memorial of the Siculicidium which reminders on the over 200 defenceless massacred on January 7th 1764 by the imperial troops) – Szárhegy/Lazarea (The castle of the Lázár family is one of the most beautiful Renaissance buildings in Transylvania. Here lived in his early youth Gabriel Bethlen, the future prince of Transylvania) -Gyilkos tó/Lacul Rosu – Békási szoros/Cheile Bicazului (One of the most beautiful lakes in Romania, one of the renowned natural attractions of the Szekler region. The uniqueness of the lake is emphasized by the remains of the flooded fir forest. The importance of the zone is amplified by another attraction, the nearby Bekas/Bicaz gorges, the biggest and most spectacular gorges in the Eastern Carpathians, cut in a limestone massive.)

Felsőboldogfalva/Feliceni – Máréfalva/Satu Mare (This is the village where you can admire the most traditional carved gates, some of them having a high ethnographical value. Passing the main road you will see some of the marvellous pieces of wood carving art.) -  Homorodfürdő/Baile Homorod (well known health resort with mineral springs. Take a short break to have a drink of the refreshing sparkling mineral water.) – Csíksomlyó/Sumuleu Ciuc (Ancient religious and cultural centre. For almost 550 years the spiritual centre of the Csik region, countrywide known place of Whitsunday pilgrimage and of the Feast of the 1000 Girls. Religious and cultural centre of the Catholic Szeklers, see of the Franciscan order in Transylvania. The architectural monuments create an unique ambiance in Transylvania, of a special worth is the statue of the Virgin Mary, a piece of art from the 16. Century, to be seen in the pilgrimage church. ) – Tusnád (Make an excursion to the Saint Ann’s Lake, the only lake in Eastern Europe formed in a former volcano crater, a pearl of the Carpathians, one of the most popular touristic destinations in the Szekler region. It’s a highly protected nature-sanctuary.) – Bálványosfürdő/Balvanios (One of the most beautiful resorts in Covasna County. Nearby you may visit the sulphurous cave, which emits a mixture of carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulphide and other gases, a post-volcanic phenomenon characteristic for the Csomád-Büdös Mountains. The therapeutical action of the natural gas emissions in rheumatic and joint diseases is well-known from ancient times.)

Felsőboldogfalva/Feliceni – Agyagfalva/Lutita (Place of the Szekler national assembly in the years 1506 and 1848. Since then known as the traditional scene of the Szekler democracy. Points of interest:  The monument of the 1848 revolution, the reformed church which originates from the 13. Century. ) – Székelykeresztúr/Cristuru Secuiesc (Points of interest: The Gyárfás manor  – in which the romantic revolutionary poet Sándor Petőfi  spent the last night on July 30 1849, before he went missing in the battle next day.  The catholic church built in the 15. Century) – Fehéregyháza/Albesti (The battlefield where on July 31 1849 Sándor Petőfi has been supposedly killed, the monument of the battle and the memorial museum.) – Segesvár/Sighisoara (One of the oldest and the most spectacular mediaeval towns in Romania. The town was a lively trade centre since the 13. Century, this peaceful life had to be protected by the walls of the castle built beginning with the 15. Century. 9 of the bastions are still standing.)

Felsőboldogfalva/Feliceni – Szejkefürdő/Seiche (mineral spring with a special taste used for its medical benefits, sulphurous bath, mofette. Passing under a line-up of carved gates you can visit the tomb of the photographer and writer Orbán Balázs who made an encyclopaedic description of the Szekler region) –Farkaslaka/Lupeni (Birth place of the novelist Tamási Áron. You can visit the house


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