Târgu Neamţ is a town in Moldavia.
One of the oldest towns in Moldavia, Târgu Neamţ has a impressive 14th century fortress and it's a good base for trips to the numerous old monasteries in the nearby mountains.
Târgu Neamţ is reached by 6-7 daily trains from Paşcani station (on the Bucharest-Suceava/Iaşi mainline), a 35 minutes trip. The route is operated by the private rail company Regiotrans 
There are several buses per day from Iaşi (2 hours away), Piatra Neamţ (one hour away), Târgu Mureş (5 hours) and one from Braşov (7 1/2 hours).
The town is walkable, but several minibus lines do exist.
- Cetatea Neamţului (Neamt fortress), Aleea Cetăţii (on the north-west edge of town). Daily 9AM-7PM. A massive citadel built in the 14th-15th centuries. Adults 5 lei, children 3 lei. edit
- Muzeul de istorie si etnografie (History and ethnography museum), strada Ştefan cel Mare nr. 37, ☎ +40233 662594. Tuesday to Sunday 9AM-5PM (October - March), 10AM-6PM (April - September). edit
- Casa memorială Ion Creangă (Ion Creangă memorial home), strada Ion Creangă nr. 8, ☎ +40233 663320. uesday to Sunday 9AM-5PM (October - March), 10AM-6PM (April - September). A surprisingly well preserved traditional rural house that was the birth place of the 19th century Romanian writer Ion Creangă. edit
Numerous guesthouses exist in the town with prices starting around €16/night.
- Mânăstirea Neamţ (Neamţ monastery), (in Mânăstirea Neamtului village about 12 km west of town). The largest monastery in Moldavia and one of the oldest (created before 1400) edit
- Rezervatia de zimbri Dragoş-Vodă (Dragoş-Vodă auroch reserve), (on the road to Neamt monastery). A auroch breeding back project edit