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One week in Rimetea

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One week in Rimetea


Dear Visitor!


Spend your holiday in a picturesque environment, in a familiar resort.

Preferential prices for one week (7 days, 6 nights): 


Available: only in September and May

Accommodation 1 week + half board

107 EUR/Person

Children 3-10 years + Half board

100 EUR/Person

Half board: breakfast + 3 course main meal


When you book in, please presage that you choose the package offer for one week!




Program offer


Saturday: arrive to Rimetea (Torockó).

Sunday: Rimetea its environment

In narrow valley of mountains of Székelykő and Ordaskő only for 20 km from Turda, is located the most beautiful village of Transylvania, Rimetea. Its original citizens were German iron miners who were domiciled by the head of family Thoroczkai, master of village. Before the XIX. century Rimetea was the centre of iron mining in Transylvania. This ensures for donkey's years richness for its inhabitants.


In the big fire of 1870 the overwhelming majority of the village burnt down. After these tragedy were built those famous “white houses”, witch determines the whole image of the village.


Monday: Turda and Turda Canyon (Torda)

The city which is famous for its salt mining was the location of many important historical events.  The most important of these was the parliament in 1568 which pronounce for the first time in Europe the religious freedom. It is worth while to visit the Catholic Church in the down town, the Reformed Church in the newest part of the city, and the House of Lords.


In the salt mine you can see numerous mine instruments from age of Empress Maria Theresa.


Turda-Canyon is the most famous and most attended canyon in Transylvania with 200 meters high rocks around. In the middle of canyon flows the watercourse named Csegez.


Tuesday: Târgu Mureş (Marosvásárhely)

The first of all, the agriculture was the activity which ensured an important role for Târgu Mureş, but the guilds, the handicraft and the trades people has also contributed in development of the city.


The conciliation from 1867 (between Austria and Hungary) caused a real boom in development.


The most tourist attractions are: the Palace of Culture, the Castle, the House of County, the National Theatre, the Bodor-fountain, the Teleki House, the Teleki library, the Bolyai Farkas High School, the statue of Bolyai


Wednesday: Cluj-Napoca (Kolozsvár)

The place was densely peopled from the ancient times. In the XIV. century the city was the centre of reformation. Cluj is known for long time as the capital of Transylvania.


The main attractions are: the natal house of Hungarian king Mátyás, the St. Mihály Church, the horse statue of king Mátyás, the Házsongárd Cemetery, the Bánffy Palace, the Rhédey Palace, the Jósika House, the Grey Friars Church, the building of National Theatre…  


Thursday: Relaxing

Taking a walk to Torockó, drinking wine, admire the picturesque environment.


Friday: Alba Iulia and Aiud (Gyulafehérvár and Nagyenyed)

Alba Iulia is the official residence of Transylvanian catholic episcopate. In the St. Mihály Minster was entombed János Zsigmond lord of Transylvania, and Márton Áron (1869-1980) one of the most famous episcope of Eastern-Europe in the age of communism.


Main lions: St. Mihály Minster, the Biblioteque of Batthyaneum, the House of Lords, the Castle, the Babilon-building…


Saturday: fare forth from Rimetea.



Gyopár – Edelweiss, Camping

RO - 517610 Rimetea, 157/A, Alba


+40 744 542 563


GPS: N 46°28’17” ; E 23°34’59”