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About - Plăieşii de Jos

The Kászon Basin, situated between Mount Répát and the southern extremity of the Csík Mountains, is roughly 10 km long and 5 km wide. The villages that can be found there used to belong to Kászon Seat, the smallest territorial-administrative unit within the seat-system of the Szeklerland.

About - Plăieşii de Jos

The Kászon Basin, situated between Mount Répát and the southern extremity of the Csík Mountains, is roughly 10 km long and 5 km wide. The villages that can be found there used to belong to Kászon Seat, the smallest territorial-administrative unit within the seat-system of the Szeklerland. Today the five villages of the former Kászon Seat (Kászonaltíz, Kászonfeltíz, Kászonimpér, Kászonújfalu, Kászonjakabfalva) are part of Kászon Commune. According to the 2002 census, the commune has 2979 inhabitants. Kászon is famous for its specific settlement structure, folk art and vernacular architecture. Trends in the development of the Szekler vernacular architecture such as different changes in the structure and layout of houses can easily be followed in these villages. Apart from dwelling houses, barns and farm-buildings are also of particular interest. A remarkable piece of vernacular architecture is Béla Fogarasi's house in Kászonaltíz, which was built more than 300 years ago. It is considered the oldest Szelker peasant-house situated in its original environment. The house is used in its original form even today, which means that it does not have a chimney for venting smoke out of the attic. These villages are also famous for their traditional loomwork and authentic sewing patterns. Remarkable pieces of traditional handicrafts are on display in the Szekler Ethnographic Museum inaugurated in Kászonaltíz in 2011. The Late Baroque Balássy Mansion in Kászonimpér hosts a children's home run by the Saint Francis Foundation of Déva.

The distance between Kászon and the Saint Anne Lake through Sepsibükszád is 54 km and through Kézdivásárhely is 61 km.

 

The Kászon Basin, situated between Mount Répát and the southern extremity of the Csík Mountains, is roughly 10 km long and 5 km wide. The villages that can be found there used to belong to Kászon Seat, the smallest territorial-administrative unit within the seat-system of the Szeklerland. Today the five villages of the former Kászon Seat (Kászonaltíz, Kászonfeltíz, Kászonimpér, Kászonújfalu, Kászonjakabfalva) are part of Kászon Commune. According to the 2002 census, the commune has 2979 inhabitants. Kászon is famous for its specific settlement structure, folk art and vernacular architecture. Trends in the development of the Szekler vernacular architecture such as different changes in the structure and layout of houses can easily be followed in these villages. Apart from dwelling houses, barns and farm-buildings are also of particular interest. A remarkable piece of vernacular architecture is Béla Fogarasi's house in Kászonaltíz, which was built more than 300 years ago. It is considered the oldest Szelker peasant-house situated in its original environment. The house is used in its original form even today, which means that it does not have a chimney for venting smoke out of the attic. These villages are also famous for their traditional loomwork and authentic sewing patterns. Remarkable pieces of traditional handicrafts are on display in the Szekler Ethnographic Museum inaugurated in Kászonaltíz in 2011. The Late Baroque Balássy Mansion in Kászonimpér hosts a children's home run by the Saint Francis Foundation of Déva.
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About - Plăieşii de Jos

The Kászon Basin, situated between Mount Répát and the southern extremity of the Csík Mountains, is roughly 10 km long and 5 km wide. The villages that can be found there used to belong to Kászon Seat, the smallest territorial-administrative unit within the seat-system of the Szeklerland.

The Kászon Basin, situated between Mount Répát and the southern extremity of the Csík Mountains, is roughly 10 km long and 5 km wide. The villages that can be found there used to belong to Kászon Seat, the smallest territorial-administrative unit within the seat-system of the Szeklerland. Today the five villages of the former Kászon Seat (Kászonaltíz, Kászonfeltíz, Kászonimpér, Kászonújfalu, Kászonjakabfalva) are part of Kászon Commune. According to the 2002 census, the commune has 2979 inhabitants. Kászon is famous for its specific settlement structure, folk art and vernacular architecture. Trends in the development of the Szekler vernacular architecture such as different changes in the structure and layout of houses can easily be followed in these villages. Apart from dwelling houses, barns and farm-buildings are also of particular interest. A remarkable piece of vernacular architecture is Béla Fogarasi's house in Kászonaltíz, which was built more than 300 years ago. It is considered the oldest Szelker peasant-house situated in its original environment. The house is used in its original form even today, which means that it does not have a chimney for venting smoke out of the attic. These villages are also famous for their traditional loomwork and authentic sewing patterns. Remarkable pieces of traditional handicrafts are on display in the Szekler Ethnographic Museum inaugurated in Kászonaltíz in 2011. The Late Baroque Balássy Mansion in Kászonimpér hosts a children's home run by the Saint Francis Foundation of Déva.

The distance between Kászon and the Saint Anne Lake through Sepsibükszád is 54 km and through Kézdivásárhely is 61 km.

 

The Kászon Basin, situated between Mount Répát and the southern extremity of the Csík Mountains, is roughly 10 km long and 5 km wide. The villages that can be found there used to belong to Kászon Seat, the smallest territorial-administrative unit within the seat-system of the Szeklerland. Today the five villages of the former Kászon Seat (Kászonaltíz, Kászonfeltíz, Kászonimpér, Kászonújfalu, Kászonjakabfalva) are part of Kászon Commune. According to the 2002 census, the commune has 2979 inhabitants. Kászon is famous for its specific settlement structure, folk art and vernacular architecture. Trends in the development of the Szekler vernacular architecture such as different changes in the structure and layout of houses can easily be followed in these villages. Apart from dwelling houses, barns and farm-buildings are also of particular interest. A remarkable piece of vernacular architecture is Béla Fogarasi's house in Kászonaltíz, which was built more than 300 years ago. It is considered the oldest Szelker peasant-house situated in its original environment. The house is used in its original form even today, which means that it does not have a chimney for venting smoke out of the attic. These villages are also famous for their traditional loomwork and authentic sewing patterns. Remarkable pieces of traditional handicrafts are on display in the Szekler Ethnographic Museum inaugurated in Kászonaltíz in 2011. The Late Baroque Balássy Mansion in Kászonimpér hosts a children's home run by the Saint Francis Foundation of Déva.

Services - Plăieşii de Jos

The Land of Volcanoes awaits you with many attractions which are not to be missed when you are visiting mountains. The stunning sights will convince you to come back whenever you can.
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Programs - Plăieşii de Jos

Try out new experiences and plan the perfect holiday. Do not miss the excursions and leisure activities in the Land of Volcanoes.
Horse sleigh ride
99 RONperson
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duration1 day  

Horse sleigh ride


1 day
99 RON
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Rafting on Olt
200 RONperson
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duration4 hours  

Rafting on Olt


4 hours
200 RON
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Mountain Cart tours
69 RONperson
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duration1 ½ hour  

Mountain Cart tours


1 ½ hour
69 RON
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Mountain Skyver Tours
69 RONperson
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duration1 ½ hour  

Mountain Skyver Tours


1 ½ hour
69 RON
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Downhill Roller Tours
69 RONperson
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duration1 ½ hour  

Downhill Roller Tours


1 ½ hour
69 RON
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Tandem paragliding
250 RONperson
Difficulty  
duration3 hours  

Tandem paragliding


3 hours
250 RON
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Laser combat
39 RONperson
Difficulty  
duration2 hours  

Laser combat


2 hours
39 RON
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Horse carriage tour
99 RONperson
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duration1 day  

Horse carriage tour


1 day
99 RON
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Kayaking adventure
200 RONperson
Difficulty  
duration4 ½ hours  

Kayaking adventure


4 ½ hours
200 RON
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Trails - Plăieşii de Jos

Hiking trails in the Land of Volcanoes
Băile Tuşnad - Bixad
Difficultyhigh
length12.6 km  
duration5:02 h  
Min. height646 m  
Max. height1239 m  

Băile Tuşnad - Bixad

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