Detailed Description Batca Doamnei tourist route on: Dacian fortress "Petrodava"

The tourist trail on Mount Batca Doamnei takes its starting point from the Batca Cottage. The path climbs slowly up to the Dacian fortress "Petrodava" which is located on the crest of a spur and where you can see Lake City Larry of Piatra Neamt and Bistrita Valley. Then, the trail descends up to Pension situated on the Lake Batca Doamnei.

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