During winter, Neamt County seems to be a faitytale realm. Situated in the North-East of Romania, Neamţ Land illustrates, on a small scale, the richess of landscape throughout the country. Here, in Neamt, all kind of natural beauties come together and blend in perfect harmony. Resembling an impressive outdoor museum, with many unique and spectacular landscapes, on the territory of Neamţ Land there are three national parks and five lake. The largest lake -Izvoru Muntelui Lake- is 35 km long, also called “the sea between the mountains”, reflecting in its wide mirror of water the majestic dome of Ceahlău Massif.

Bicaz Gorges, which formed as the result of the continuous rock erosion by mountain streams, are undoubtedly one of the most spectacular and attractive tourist attractions in Romania. “The Land of the Bison” in Neamţ, internationally renowned destination, has been included in Top 100 Sustainable Destinations worldwide, a global contest organized by Green Destinations in partnership with other 20 international organizations working in the field of sustainable tourism. Also on the territorrry of Neamţ County, Cuejdel Lake, with many tree trunks coming out of the still surface of the water, surrounded by thick forests, is a wild oasis, a landscape changing colors from one season to the next, forever fascinating.

Another unique attraction of Neamţ Land is Ceahlău Massif, considered to be the holy mountain of Romanians, a magnificent place shrouded in mystery and full of spirituality.

The ever vivid and overwhelming miracle of nature, outlined by the steep walls, which create the illusion of a fortress, Ceahlău Massif is one of the most picturesque mountain areas in the country. In winter, tourists who come here feel they are in paradise, in a snowy realm floating on a sea of clouds, with tall fir trees and snowy ridges bathing in the sunlight.