Bicaz is a town in Neamţ County, Romania situated in the eastern Carpathian Mountains near the confluence of the Bicaz and Bistriţa Rivers and near Lake Bicaz, an artificial lake formed by the Bicaz Dam on the Bistriţa. Bicaz used to be a border town until 1918.
The town is located in the proximity of two important tourist destinations in Romania: Ceahlău Massif (12 km north) and Cheile Bicazului-Hăşmaş National Park (25 km to the west). The impressive Bicaz Dam built on the Bistriţa River in the 1950s (one of the biggest in Romania) and the resulted Bicaz Lake are also popular tourist sights. Durău, the only ski resort in Ceahlău is located about 30 km north.
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