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Od. Secuiesc - Capela Jezus Szive
Od. Secuiesc - Baile Homorod 18 km
Od. Secuiesc - Baile Seiche - Corund 25 km
Od. Secuiesc - Izvoarele 26 km
Od. Secuiesc - Criseni, Muzeul de palarii din pai 41 km
Od. Secuiesc - Praid salina 40 km
Od. Secuiesc - Sovata, Lacul Ursu 45 km
Od. Secuiesc - Statiunea Harghita Madaras 47 km
Od. Secuiesc - Sighisoara 47 km
Od. Secuiesc - Miercurea Ciuc 52 km
Od. Secuiesc - Harghita Bai 53 km
Od. Secuiesc - Sumuleu Ciuc 55 km
Od. Secuiesc - Danes 57 km
Od. Secuiesc - Lazarea Castelul Lazar 63 km
Od. Secuiesc - Baile Tusnad 75 km
Od. Secuiesc - Ghimes 90 km
Od. Secuiesc - Lacul Rosu - Cheile Bicazului 97 km
Od. Secuiesc - Targu Mures 100 km
Od  Secuiesc - Brasov, Biserica Neagra 100 km
Od. Secuiesc - Lacul Sfanta Ana 100 km

The Praid  Salt Mine  what was known since the roman's. Now some galleries are used in medical and tourist proposes. Those peoples who spend here 4h by day can play football, and the children can play on funny toys, they can also drink some hot coffee or tea and eat. Another attraction in the mine is the ecumenical church, where the people can pray and assist classic musical concerts and old music.
    Also something unique waits for us on our way to Odorheiu Secuiesc: the salt canyon done in the time by the Corund river with the salt stones which shines in the sun like being snowed also in the summer.

Permanent fair is held in the main square, where customers can find not only the local craftsmen's products, but they can buy goods from masters of the neighbourhood.
In the beginning craftsmen made pots without glaze, and these pots were well-tried cooking utensils. The pottery craft of Corund was in danger many times. When the glazed pots came into fashion the young people were sent to Odorheiu Secuiesc to learn the new methods. The potter's craft can support the inhabitants well, so people don't move to other settlements from here.

 Sovata - a famous bath and resort - is the largest town of Sóvidék. It is situated on the upper region of Târnava-Micǎ and it is made up of two parts: the town of Sovata and Sovata Bath. Ursu Lake-The resort evolved around helio-thermal salt water lakes. The salt water content is the highest at the bottom of the lakes and it gradually decreases towards the surface. The top layer of the lakes is sweet water which is supplied by rain. It is the rainwater that helps the lakes warm up: the sunrays penetrate into the lakes 1-2 meters deep and they warm up the denser, salty layers of the water, which then can store the sun's energy. Lakes that warm up this way are called helio-thermal lakes.

Băile Tuşnad is situated 9 km from Tuşnad at a height of 650 metres above sea-level. The settlement lies in a mountain pass between Csomád and Nagy-Piliske Mountains.
The village was established in 1842, a shepherd boy recovered there so people and this event aroused people's interests of the region. The place started developing in 1845 but it stopped in the 1848 Revolution. Later the development continued.
A covered promenade was built in 1868, the first medicinal path in the forest had been finished in 1872 with its lookout towers: Apor-bastion and Ludmilla pavilion. The marshland of Olt River was tidied and Csukás Lake (Perch Lake) was produced.
There are several boron water springs in the area of Băile Tuşnad .

 Saint Ann Lake (Lacul Sfântu Ana) are far-famed in Europe. These places belong to natural rarities. A mountain pass separates the lake and the bog. This area is the only volcanic formation which preserved its original form in Central Europe.

The lake lies at the height of 950 metres above sea-level and the area of the lake is 22 hectares. The circumference is 1737 metres and 4 metre deep on average. It has not got a source. Its water is so clean as distilled water -according to books- but different societies deal with saving the water. In the northern and north-western part of the lake the soil began to silt up so there is a thick mud-layer at the bottom of the lake.

Sighisoara The surroundings of the town has been populated area since the ancient times. During the Roman invasion the Castrum Stenarum as post was here to defend an important road to Alba Iulia.
King Géza II and King Endre invited Saxon settler to this region and these people started building the town. We don't know exactly the foundation date of the town.
Sighişoara was one of the most important towns from the viewpoint of economy and church in Transylvania in the medieval times.
The first guilds formed in the beginning of the 14th century, when its handicraft had already been advanced. Later it was even more blooming

Killer lake (Lacul Rosu)

 Situated 24 kms from Gheorgheni and at 983 meters above sea level, it is one of the most beautiful lakes of Transylvania.

The lake was born in the summer of 1837 when rubble from the north-eastern slope of the Gyilkos ('killer') Rock slid down because of heavy rains. Thus the valley, where several streams flow together, was closed off.
The rubble of the Roşia Montana often coloured the lake red, hence the other name of the lake: Lake Veres ('red').

The following local legend brings together the attributes 'killer' and 'red'. The mountain, when it tumbled down, buried a herd with its shepherd and it was these creatures' blood that kept seeping into the water and colour the lake red.

Bicaz pass

 Leaving Lake Roşu, one gets into the valley of the Bicaz Stream, into the Cheile Bicazului (Bicaz Pass). This is the longest (5 kilometers) and most beautiful gorge of the Eastern Carpathians.

The gorge consists of three main parts: the 'gate', the 'portico' and the 'throat' of Hell. The gorge is one of Europe's unique natural phenomena with its 200-300 meters long, vertical cliffs and it is also the paradise of rock climbers. Almost all of its vertical cliffs are turned towards the Bicaz Stream, thus creating a very high wall.


It is the eastern part of Miercurea-Ciuc, at the bottom of the Kis-Somlyó Mountains. For centuries it was the center of Székely cultural and intellectual life and of Catholic religious life. Sumleu is  a famous place of pilgrimage. Pilgrims started to visit the church after the news spread that the statue of Virgin Mary did miracles

Harghita-Băi ('Hargita bath') got its name from the dry-gas that comes from the ground and its thermal spa that was established in 1920. Although it was easy to approach the spa by car, since a paved road led to it, it was closed down in 1950. A gas bath called 'mofetta'still works, however, but only in the summer months.
Besides the bath it is the mineral waters and the mountain climate that make the town suitable for sports and even skiing. Early snow falls and ski slopes that are equipped with lifts create a paradise for the lovers of this sport.
Unfortunately a nearby kaolin mine spoils the beauty of the town's environment.

Hargita Madaras

 This place is on the highest part of the range of Hargita Mountains at the height of 1801 metres, so the view is spectacular.
In wintertime you can ski here for four or five months, in summertime you can make pleasant excursions in the pinewood. The fresh air and silence give you an unforgettable experience.

 Băile Homorod (Homorod Bath) was one of the most frequented baths of Transylvania in the middle of the 18th century.
The bathing pool got its water from the Stream Lobogó. When Balázs Orbán, a famous Transylvanian writer visited the place in the middle of the 19th century what he saw was a lively bath town.