DISCOVER PĂDUREA CRAIULUI

Pădurea Craiului Mountains is a tourism destination from Bihor County which annually attracts thousand of Romanian and foreign tourists. The rural world of Pădurea Craiului has its own charm. In every village there are manufacturers that share the secrets of the specific Romanian art and invite tourists to share their experience. The region is home to more than 2000 caves and to the show caves network in the country. On the course of the trip 2 of these caves will be visited.

The route of the trip:

Oradea – Băile Felix – Aleșd – Vadu Crișului – Șuncuiuș – Bratca – Roșia – Peștera Meziad – Beiuș – Băile Felix – Oradea

Attractions which will be visited:

The wooden church of Gheghie (XVIII. cen.); Local manufacturer at Vadu Crișului (white ceramics); The Unguru Mare cave at Crișul Repede gorge; The watermill at Roșia; Meziad cave; The reformed church of Remețea (built in gothic style at the XIV-XV. century).

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THE IER AND BARCĂUL VALLEYS (WINE ROUTE)

This spacious area that occupies  the north-central area of Bihor County brings to the attention of visitors glimpses of the millennial history, activities and traditions that lost their traces in past ages, surreal beautiful landscapes. Flat plains, beautiful undulating hilly areas, slopes covered with vineyards and fruit trees caressed by the sun, make good house with a fantastic fisheries and hunting areas, with an old wine industry with thousands of cellars, doubled by an exquisite cuisine which is not recommended for those who are on a diet.  

The route of the trip:

Băile Felix – Oradea – Sălard – Sîntimreu – Marghita – Otomani – Sălacea – Galoșpetreu – Săcueni – Diosig – Oradea – Băile Felix

Attractions which will be visited:

The clay fortress of Biharia (Menumorut’s capital stronghold); The reformed church of Sălard (XV. cen.); the vineyards of Sîntimreu (with wine tasting); The city of Marghita (lunch break); The Komaromy mansion at Ottomani (XVIII. cent.); The town of 1000 cellars, Sălacea (tradiotional houses and winecellars); Galoșpetreu (traditional house); Diosig (The Ier Valley museum at the Zichy castle, wine tasting).

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