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Târgu Neamţ

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Târgu Neamţ

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Târgu Neamţ is a town in Moldavia.

Understand[edit]

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.

Get in[edit]

By train[edit]

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 [1]

By bus[edit]

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).

Get around[edit]

The town is walkable, but several minibus lines do exist.

See[edit][add listing]

  • 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


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Sleep[edit][add listing]

Numerous guesthouses exist in the town with prices starting around €16/night.

Contact[edit]

Get out[edit]

  • 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


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