Grota Zanelor Cave

Grota Zanelor Cave

Located in the Rodna Mountains, Grota Zanelor Cave belongs to the territory of Bistrita-Nasaud county. The grotto boasts with a length of almost 4.3 km, lying over the sea, somewhere at the 1527 meters, and it also has a bump of [...]

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The Grapes Ball

The Grapes Ball

The Cetariu Commune of Bihor respects an over 70 year old tradition: the Grapes Ball tradition. The event takes place every year immediately after the harvesting of the bunch of grapes, in the period September – October. The visitors enjoy [...]

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Tausoare-Zalion Reserve

Tausoare-Zalion Reserve

The Tausoare-Zalion Reserve is a karstic complex located in the afforested area of Rodna Mountains, Bistrita Nasaud County.   The reservation is formed of two caves, named Izvorul Tausoarelor and Jgheabul lui Zalion. The complex is certified as monument of [...]

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The Flutur Etnographic Museum

The “Flutur” Ethnographic Museum

In Chiscau Village of Bihor County, not far from the Ursilor Cave (Bears Cave), there is an extremely well organized private museum, containing valuable ethnographic elements.   Without this museum, many of the exhibits there would have been lost somewhere [...]

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Beius Fair

Folklore and folk art afferent to the tradition of Beius Fair

The Beius Fairs tradition of Bihor County date from several hundred years ago, as they have been certified since 1454, when Ladislaus V King of Hungary granted the town several rights regarding trading and fairs, since they were held every [...]

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The general objective of the project is the promotion with national impact of the tourist potential of the products less known specific to the North-West Region, increase of the tourist attractiveness of the North- West region, of the tourist offer and investments, providing the information basis necessary for the attraction an orientation of tourists.
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