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Geologic Formation
Bicaz Gorge , Lacu Rosu
Tours from $55
Water Body
Red Lake , Lacu Rosu
Red Lake (also known as Lake Ghilcoș; Hungarian: Gyilkos-tó or Veres-tó) is a natural dam lake in Harghita County, Romania. It is located in
Tours from $55
Water Body
Saint Anna Lake , Baile Tusnad
Tours from $65
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Duration: 11 to 12 hours
Spend an entire day full of adventures right in the heart of the Land of Volcanoes, situated just 70 kilometers from Brasov. You will be taken by car or minivan (for groups of more than 4 people please contact us) to the only volcanic lake in Romania, visit a mysterious swamp where carnivorous plants live and take a stroll through the forest to the biggest natural gas bath in Europe - the Puturosu Cave (The Smelly Cave). End the day with a thrilling bear watching experience that you will surely remember - don't forget to take your camera with you! In the evening you will be driven back to Brasov.
Book on Viator from $144
Tours from $50
Odorheiu Secuiesc , Odorheiu Secuiesc
Tours from $49

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Harghita County

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Harghita is a county in the center of Romania, in eastern Transylvania, with the county seat at Miercurea Ciuc.Demographics2002 censusIn 2002, Harghita County had a population of 326,222 and a population density of 52/km².Hungarians- 84.62% (or 276,038)Romanians – 14.06% (or 45,870)Romani – 1.18% (or 3,835), and others.2011 censusIn 2011, it had a population of 302,432 and a population density of 46/km².Hungarians- 85.21% (or 257,707)Romanians – 12.96% (or 39,196)Romani, others – 1.76% (or 5,326). Harghita county has the highest percentage of Hungarians in Romania, just ahead of Covasna county. The Hungarians form the majority of the population in most of the county's municipalities, with Romanians concentrated in the northern and eastern part of the county (particularly Toplița and Bălan), as well as in the enclave of Voșlăbeni.The Székelys of Harghita are mostly Roman Catholic, with Reformed and Unitarian minorities, while the ethnic Romanians are primarily Orthodox. Catholicism is strongest in the east, in the former Csíkszék, while Protestants are concentrated in the west, south and west of Odorheiu Secuiesc. By religion, the county is divided roughly as follows: When using our Romania trip itinerary maker, you're building your holiday based on your own interests, visitor reviews, and the informed opinions of our well-traveled writers.

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