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Pensiunea Csillag Panzió

Pensiunea Csillag Panzió

Strasse Principala Nr 634, Lunca de Jos
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Situated in the mountains, this spa pension is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Church of St. Mary Magdalene and within 9 mi (15 km) of Saint Andrew Church and Rakoczy Fortress. Csiksomlyoi Pilgrimage Church and Monastery and Millennium Temple are also within 25 mi (40 km).

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Lunca de Jos

"Bine ați venit" to Lunca de Jos, Transylvania. Experience the sublime natural landscapes of this region.

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Bucharest, the national capital, is roughly 150 miles to the south of Lunca de Jos.

Many vacationers recommend spending time at Church of St. Mary Magdalene.

Csiksomlyoi Pilgrimage Church and Monastery and Franciscan Monastery in Păuleni-Ciuc are well worth visiting. This nearby locality is 14 miles from Lunca de Jos. Alternatively, you could check out City Hall and Palace of Justice in Miercurea-Ciuc. This destination is 17 miles out of Lunca de Jos.

To locate Youth Park, Curtea Domneasca Complex and Cultural Center, make your way northeast from Lunca de Jos for 30 miles to Vaduri. Don't turn back until you've also gone to Cucuteni Neolithic Art Museum and Bal Shem Tov Wooden Synagogue.

Looking for something a little more health-conscious? You might like to go mountain biking. Or try rock climbing if that's more your thing.

This region provides a number of relaxing outdoor pursuits. Cycling and shore fishing reportedly refocus the mind.

If you're hoping to learn about the surrounding area, get involved in the region's guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours, city walking tours, culinary tours and winery tours.

If the weather is good during your time here, make sure you enjoy the water. Swimming and scuba diving are two much-loved local pastimes.

Instead of always fearing the cold, grab some gear and embrace it! Snowboarding and skiing are some great activities that will keep your blood pumping.

Many visitors like to see some local culture while they're here. Sound appealing? You'll find a variety of art museums, history museums and theaters in the region.

Get out in the open air and discover the region with a visit to its delightful gardens.

The region's castles, traditional villages, old towns, fortresses and historic palaces are certainly worth the trip. They're sure to be of interest to every visitor, not just history enthusiasts.

No matter what your spiritual beliefs, you're sure to find a little enlightenment upon entering the churches and cathedrals of the region.

Spoil your taste buds in this region's many cafés and bars.

It's possible you haven't thought a lot about the complexities of lamb and veal in the past, but you will no doubt be an expert on these beloved ingredients by the end of your trip!

For a true taste of the region, order ciorbă ţărănească (vegetable soup) and ciorbă de burtă (tripe soup).

And as for dessert, you'd be crazy not to try some delicious foi umplute cu nuca (walnut layer cake).

If you feel like a quality brew, order a Stejar. Most bars should have it on tap.

Ceai (black tea) is a common non-alcoholic beverage that you can readily enjoy at any time of day.

If you want to try a drink with a bit more of a kick, afinată (blueberry liqueur) ought to hit the spot.

It's a great idea to have a regional vino by your side when you dine out in one of the local restaurants. Tămâioasă Romanească and Sauvignon Blanc are just a couple of the varieties that you may like to try.

As your trip draws to a close, say one final "Ne vedem mai târziu" to Lunca de Jos, and take comfort in knowing that all the Romanian lei you spent are nothing compared to the memories you made.

When you're ready to head to the airport, you should know that Bacau Airport is 45 miles to the east.