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About Azuga



It is a preferred destination for winter sports-enthusiasts, and it is one of the country's largest ski resorts.

However, Azuga is not all about skiing. It is also great for mountain excursions, paintball, team-building, summer sports, mountain biking, alpinism, and hunting.

Azuga's biggest attraction is Sorica, which is the first ski runway in the country approved by FIS (Federatia Internationala de Ski - International Ski Federation), and the longest ski runway in Romania.

Less said, Azuga is a typical mountain town that offers typical mountain attractions.


Did you know these things about Romania?


>> Romania is where the insulin was discovered - by physiologist Nicolai Paulescu. However, he was not rightfully acknowledged as the true inventor of insulin until 50 years after two Canadians received a Noble prize.


>> Timisoara was the first European city to introduce horse-drawn trams (in 1869) and electrical street lighting (in 1889).


>> Hollywood's original Tarzan was born in the city of Timisoara, Romania. Considered by movie-makers "the only man in Hollywood who's natural in the flesh and can act without clothes", Johnny Weissmuller (1904-1984) was a box-office hit in the 1932 Tarzan the Ape Man. His birthplace is known to be Freidorf, now a district of the city of Timisoara.


>> Romania's 3500-year old Scarisoara glacier, located in the Bihor Mountains, is the second largest underground glacier in Europe (in terms of volume).


>> Nadia Comaneci got the first 10 in the history of gymnastics in Montreal in 1976.


>> There are 10 US cities which have "sisters" in Romania: Baia Mare - Hollywood, FL, Bistrita - Columbus, GA, Brasov - Cleveland, OH, Bucharest - Atlanta, GA, Cluj-Napoca - Columbia, SC, Constanta - Mobile, AL, Medias - Mineral Wells, TX, Pitesti - Springfield, OH, and Sibiu - Columbia, MO.