Retezat National Park

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  • Address: Romania, loc. Nucsoara, no. 284, Salasu de Sus, Hunedoara County, cp 337423, Brasov
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  • Phone: +40-733888586
  • Tags: National Park, Family And Kids

This protected park is in the Retezat mountains in Hunedoara county. Home to many endangered and vulnerable flora and fauna, it is Romania’s oldest park. It also has many peaks and crystal-clear glacier lakes. It looks like something straight out of the fairy tale making it every hiker’s dream. If you are a passionate hiker or a wilderness enthusiast, then you should visit this place at least ones in your lifetime. Discover more from this place on your own. Do not forget to check weather conditions before heading out.

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  • Retezat National Park Address: Romania, loc. Nucsoara, no. 284, Salasu de Sus, Hunedoara County, cp 337423, Brasov
  • Retezat National Park Contact Number: +40-733888586
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  • Lake fishing trips

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    • I don't think exclusive fishing trips are organized to Retezat National Park. You may inquire further by getting in touch with the national park authorities. 

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