The 10 Best Things to Do in Piatra Neamt, Romania

December 1, 2017 Almeta Stockton

Discover the best top things to do in Piatra Neamt, Romania including Lake Izvorul Muntelui (Lake Bicaz), Telegondola, Curtea Domneasca, Cucuteni Neolithic Art Museum, Toaca Peak, Zimbra Reserve Dragos Voda, Muzeul De Stiinte Naturale, Lake Cuejdel, Teatrul Tineretului, Sinagoga De Lemn Baal Sem Tov.
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1. Lake Izvorul Muntelui (Lake Bicaz)

Dn15 | Bicaz, Piatra Neamt, Romania +40 770 124 709
Excellent
56%
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31%
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4.5 based on 74 reviews

Lake Izvorul Muntelui (Lake Bicaz)

Reviewed By thor2705 - Ottawa

It is the biggest artificial lake in Romania, and also has the biggest dam. It is bordered by the Ceahlau mountain and the views are amazing. There are also some good places for trout fishing

2. Telegondola

Gh.P. Ghiseu 1 - Piatra-Neamt 1, Piatra Neamt 610310, Romania
Excellent
44%
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4 based on 105 reviews

Telegondola

Reviewed By Slaven N

Cheap and gives a wonderful view of the surroundings. Nice for kids and for adults as well, at the top you can eat, play, take photos and buy souvenirs

3. Curtea Domneasca

Piatra Neamt, Romania
Excellent
59%
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4.5 based on 43 reviews

Curtea Domneasca

Reviewed By Bob L - Calgary, Canada

It was very quiet in Piatra Neamt the day we explored the square where the Romanian Orthodox Church of Nativity of St. John the Baptist is located. This church was established by Stephen the Great of Moldovia and constructed in 1497-1498. The impressive bell tower was built in 1499. It is a nice historical area to look around and relax.

4. Cucuteni Neolithic Art Museum

Strada Stefan cel Mare no. 3, Piatra Neamt 610101, Romania +40 233 226 471
Excellent
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4.5 based on 23 reviews

Cucuteni Neolithic Art Museum

Reviewed By HoriaI - Piatra Neamt, Romania

Excellent artefacts and great presentations. I hope you will feel the history behind thoes pots and ceramics as I did.

5. Toaca Peak

Ceahlau, Neamt County, Romania | Ceahlau Massif, Piatra Neamt 547316, Romania
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5 based on 12 reviews

Toaca Peak

Reviewed By Cristina N - Falticeni, Romania

I go to Toaca Peak 2 times a year, summer and winter. summer is so different from the winter that I may say I am in a different place. the beauty of this mountain is beyond amazing! for me is like a magic place were I can recharge my battery or six months. the view from Toaca Peak... can be describe in a simple review. anywhere you look from over 1900 meters is more than fresh air, emotions, and passions, all in one!

6. Zimbra Reserve Dragos Voda

Piatra Neamt, Romania +40 233 206 001
Excellent
43%
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41%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
8%
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4 based on 12 reviews

Zimbra Reserve Dragos Voda

Reviewed By Stephen B - Sydney

This is a small zoo in a rural location near Neamt in Romania.
The main attraction is the Zimbri that are described as European bison. Apparently this is one of only two locations that are trying to breed this species before it becomes extinct.
Other animals in the zoo include peacocks, deer and a brown bear.

7. Muzeul De Stiinte Naturale

Strada Petru Rares 26, Piatra Neamt 610119, Romania +40 233 224 211
Excellent
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5 based on 5 reviews

Muzeul De Stiinte Naturale

Reviewed By Florin A - Piatra Neamt, Neamt, Romania

Very nice place, respectful staff, with lots of knowledge to share. The places was renewed in the lpast years but deserves more investment from the authorities. Children will be delighted. Worth the visit. More people should visit museums these days.

8. Lake Cuejdel

Dc145 | 617202 Garcina, Piatra Neamt, Romania
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5 based on 4 reviews

Lake Cuejdel

Reviewed By HoriaI - Piatra Neamt, Romania

Cuejdel is a lake near Piatra Neamt in north-eastern area of Romania. It is currently the largest natural dam lake in the country & probably in Europe. I say probably because since it was formed in the late 70's it has been growing constantly. It started from a land slide near the place communists were cutting down trees and making a transportation road for the lumber.
There is a swamp forming too in the south-eastern end of the lake.
The lake is something like you never seen. The trunks of the trees seem like they rise by themselves from the water. At night it's a mystic atmosphere with the cross like trunks and clear sky.
You can almost feel the lake growing & nature moving around you if you are in a more remote area of the lake.
The road by car is pretty harsh but it just adds to the joy of arriving there.
Come and visit it, there aren't many places you can find nature changing before your eyes.

9. Teatrul Tineretului

Piata Stefan Cel Mare nr. 1, Piatra Neamt 610109, Romania +40 233 211 472
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5 based on 3 reviews

Teatrul Tineretului

Reviewed By 13Vasilica

Since I remember Teatrul Tineretului , this place is the well of culture..... The biggest Romanian Actors has Played here.. Las Year the building was renovated , and looks great.... JUST A GREAT PLACE

10. Sinagoga De Lemn Baal Sem Tov

str Dimitrie Ernici nr.7, Piatra Neamt 610121, Romania
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5 based on 2 reviews

Sinagoga De Lemn Baal Sem Tov

Reviewed By stoneJerusalem - Jerusalem

Wooden Synagogue from Piatra Neamt was built in 1766 and it is a monument with a long and controversial history, being testimony of numerous Jewish communities that lived in this city since the Middle Ages.
Synagogue of Piatra Neamt is constructed of thick beams coated both inside and outside. Because of the high stone foundation, entering the building is done using the descending staircase. The interior is presented as a closed two-story gallery to the north and one floor on the west side, where women’s Synagogue is; in the south there is another smaller gallery for children.
The Baal Shem Tov Synagogue is the only wooden Synagogue in Eastern Europe, which was kept intact with all its symbolic , religious, legendary and architectural value.

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