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Ceahlau National Park is one of the oldest national parks in Romania, established in 1955. It is known for its stunning beauty and rich biodiversity, with a range of plant and animal species that call the park home.

How to Get There

Ceahlau National Park is located in the Eastern Carpathians, about 6 hours north of Bucharest by car. The closest major city is Piatra Neamt, which is about a 30-minute drive from the park entrance. Visitors can also take a bus from Piatra Neamt to the park.

List of Attractions

  • Mount Ceahlau – a striking mountain peak that offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape
  • Duruitoarea Waterfall – a picturesque waterfall that is perfect for a refreshing swim
  • Polita cu Crini – a beautiful glacial cirque with stunning alpine meadows
  • Stone Women – a rock formation that resembles a group of women looking towards the sky

Ticket Information

Entrance to Ceahlau National Park is free for visitors, but there may be fees for parking or guided tours. It is recommended to check the park’s official website for the most up-to-date information on fees and permits.

Tips for Visiting

  • Wear sturdy hiking shoes and bring plenty of water for your hike
  • Check the weather forecast before heading to the park, as conditions can change quickly
  • Respect the natural environment and wildlife by staying on marked trails and not feeding any animals
  • Pack out all trash and leave no trace of your visit to help preserve the park for future generations

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