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The significant city of Chisinau is 120 miles to the northeast of Dărmăneşti.
About 11 miles south of Dărmăneşti is where you'll stumble upon Slanic-Moldova. This area is perfect for a day trip, as it offers Monastery of Saint Stephen the Great and Nemira-Slanic-Moldova Ski Slope.
When you're ready to venture further afield, check out a regional hub. Sîncrăieni lies 30 miles away and offers visitor attractions, like Csiksomlyoi Pilgrimage Church and Monastery, Franciscan Monastery and City Hall. If you have time for more, head straight to Palace of Justice and Soviet Army Monument.
Have some fun outside while you're in the region. If you feel like an adventure, why not give tobogganing or mountain biking a bit of your time?
Need to clear out the cobwebs? Spend the morning cycling, shore fishing or partaking in any of the other outdoor activities this place has to offer.
Those who like to try everything should consider heading out on a structured activity. Guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours, cycling tours and city walking tours are up there with the best options in the region.
When the temperature's rising and you need a way to beat the heat, there's nothing better than swimming and rafting in the greater Dărmăneşti area.
If you've always wanted to get out into the cold, this region is the perfect place for you to go. Do as the locals do and try some snowboarding or skiing during your stay.
Rain clouds rolling in? There's no need to worry. Romania offers some intriguing art museums, history museums and craft workshops.
Take a nice stroll and fill your lungs with fresh air at the region's open-air exhibits.
You'll quickly discover that the region boasts some intriguing old sites that provide some insight into local history. Be sure to add some of its castles, traditional villages, old towns, fortresses, historic mansions and historic palaces to your to-do list.
Learn about the region's spiritual dimension by spending a contemplative afternoon at its many churches and monasteries.
Most often, a destination's true character can be found within its culinary traditions.
Visitors are certain to come across an abundance of lamb and fish, a couple of prized regional ingredients.
Why don't you try ciorbÄƒ Å£ÄƒrÄƒneascÄƒ (vegetable soup) and ciorbÄƒ de burtÄƒ (tripe soup)? These two menu options are easily found here.
For a sweet encounter that will leave your mouth watering, try clÄƒtite cu brânzÄƒ (filled crepes), a delectable dessert.
If beer is what you're looking for, head to the closest watering hole and ask the bartender to pour you the region's best. If they know what they're doing, you'll be served up a Stejar.
Ceai (black tea), an alcohol-free option, is the ideal choice at any time of the day.
You might see a few locals enjoying a glass of afinatÄƒ (blueberry liqueur), a popular liquor around here.
Many would say that the perfect meal is one served with wine. If you'd like to try a local drop, TÄƒmâioasÄƒ RomaneascÄƒ and GrasÄƒ de Cotnari are both popular options.
When it is time to leave this wonderful place, remember to bid a heartfelt "Ne vedem mai târziu".
If you're trying to locate the nearest airport, it's approximately 25 miles away.
Situated in Slanic-Moldova, this hotel is close to Central Park and Nemira-Slanic-Moldova Ski Slope. Area attractions also include Monastery of Saint Stephen the Great.