Str. Valea Caselor nr. 22A
Attractions in Nasaud
-the local museum where you can see the Romanian traditional folk costumes; the old people in the region can still be seen wearing them on special occasions such as religious holidays.
-the Thursday traditional fair (weekly).
-a double distillery (the 19th century type) that produces the traditional alcoholic drink called "tuica".
-the former headquarters of the Austrian border regiment from the 17th century, during Maria Teresa`s reign
5 km away from Nasaud:
-an old wooden wheel-mill run by water
-an old small church made entirely of wood
in Bistrita, 25 km away from Nasaud:
-the old Sachsen town
-the Reformed church built in the 16th century
-the historical arcades around the church
-good shopping opportunities
in Sangeorz-Bai, a resort 25 km away from Nasaud:
-natural mineral water springs; their water is successfully used in treating digestive diseases
To see these sights, we can organise guided tours for you. We will kindly inform you about the prices on request. Guided tours in Cluj-Napoca possible as well.
Nasaud: information and distances
Altitude: 312 metres.
Extreme temperatures: +33 degrees Celsius in summer and -24 degrees Celsius in winter.
Relief: the Somes Valley, hills.
Nasaud-Cluj Napoca: 109 km.
Cluj-Napoca is the biggest town in Transylvania; it has an international airport with direct flights to and from many European cities.
Nasaud-Maramures: about 115 km.
Nasaud-Vatra Dornei (a mountain resort): 115 km.
Nasaud-Bucovina: 115 km (the painted monasteries which are part of the UNESCO patrimony).
By plane:Fly to Cluj-Napoca, then take a taxi to the train station ( from the airport up to the train station, the price is the equivalent in “lei” of about 4 euros). Take the train to Nasaud, the train ticket is about 4 euros.By fast train you get to Nasaud in 2 hours.