The “Salajean Village” Festival - Porolissum

The “Salajean Village” Festival – Porolissum

The Porolissum Camp is one of the best preserved archaeological sites in Romania and it hosts the “Salajean village” festival annually. The Porolissum camp is located at Magura Pomat, in Moigrad Porolissum village of Mirsid Commune, Salaj County.   The [...]

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Casa Argintarului

Casa Argintarului (Silversmith’s House)

The Silversmith’s House of Bistrita, as the name suggests, belonged to a skilled jeweller who was in charge of its image in the sixteenth century, adorning it with frames made ​​of stone. These wonders were realized ​​by Petrus da Lugano, [...]

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Poiana cu narcise

Poiana cu narcise (The Daffodils Glade)

If you go to Rodna Mountains at the end of June, there is a destination you cannot miss: The Daffodils Glade on Saca Mountain.   We are talking about the botanical reservation located at the highest altitude, almost 1,600 meters, [...]

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Mediesul Aurit Reservation

Mediesul Aurit Reservation

Mediesu Aurit (Place of the Golden Sour Cherry) of Satu Mare County is the ideal place for lovers of history, as a good alternative where to escape from the urban scenery.   Here you can find the archaeological reservation “Dacian [...]

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Thermal water springs

Thermal water springs

The North West area of Romania hosts numerous thermal, mineral and sulphur water springs extremely beneficial for the human body. In Satu Mare, Salaj, Bihor and Cluj you can spend a few moments of relaxation and recovery in one of [...]

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Transilvania-Magica.ro

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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Tourist destinations Map from North-West of Romania:
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