Unitarian church: medieval fresco scenes covering 100 square meters, unique coffered ceiling, painted furniture, sanctuary dating from the Árpád Dynasty of medieval Hungary
Catholic church: Rococo ceiling, sculptures dated before the Reformation period, side altar from 1646, 18th-century altar!

 

 

 

 

 

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How to Reach our Village?

Karácsonyfalva is situated in Romania, Hargita County, 21 kilometres from Székelyudvarhely.

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Routes:

Route No.1:

From Budapest, the easiest way to reach Homoródkarácsonyfalva on road is by car. From Hungary (M3 motorway or main road No.4., main road No. 42., E 60), you should go in the direction of Nagyvárad (Oradea), (main road No. 1., E 60), Kolozsvár (Cluj- Napoca), Torda (Turda) (main road No. 15., E 60),  Marosvásárhely (Tirgu Mures) (main road No. 13. E 60), until reaching Balavásár (Balauseri).
At the beggining of Balavásár, change your course in the direction of Szováta (Sovata) until you reach Székelyudvarhely (Odorheiu Secuiesc) (main road No.13A).
From there on road No.137., from the main road leading to Segesvár, take a left turn when you reach Felsőbodogfalva (Balauseri) and go along road No.131. From now on, you will travel through beautiful Székely villages, and very soon, after taking a left turn before reaching Oklánd (Ocland), you will arrive at Homoródkarácsonyfalva (Craciunel). (670 kms from Budapest, 21 kms from Székelyudvarhely).


Route No. 2.
From Székelyudvarhely, besides Route No.1, you can reach Homoródkarácsonyfalva by travelling through the Hargita Mountain (Hargita-hegység). Take main road No. 13A towards Csíkszereda. Take a right turn at Szentegyháza (Vlahita) (21 kms), and going on road No. 132., you will reach Homoródkarácsonyfalva through Lővéte (Leuta), Homoródalmás (Meresti). (About 42 kms altogether).


Route No.3.
From Csíkszereda, go towards Székelyudvarhely (Odorhei Secuiesc) on main road No. 13A. Take a right turn at Szentegyháza (Vlahita) (27 kms), and you will reach Homoródkarácsonyfalva on road No.132. through Lővéte (Leuta), Homoródalmás (Meresti). (About 48 kms altogether).


Routes No.4 and 5.:
From Segesvár, go towards Marosvásárhely (Tirgu Mures) on main road No.13. (E 60), then take a right turn onto main road No.13A. after 28 kms at Balavásár. From here onwards, follow the direction described above towards the end of Route No.1., from Balavásár Homoródkarácsonyfalva is about 104 kms far. (About 132 kms altogether).
- go in the direction of Brassó (Brasov) on main road No.13. (E 60). Before reaching Héjjasfalva (Vinatori, 10 kms), turn off to road No.137., and go on until you reach Székelyudvarhely  (Odorheiu Secuiesc). Going on from here, you have to take a right turn at Felsőbodogfalval (Feliceni). From now on, you will travel through beautiful Székely villages, and very soon, after taking a left turn before reaching Oklánd (Ocland), you will reach Homoródkarácsonyfalva (Craciunel).


Routes No. 6 and 7.:
From Sepsiszentgyörgy, go in the direction of Csíkszereda (Mercurea Ciuc) on main road No.12. 
- at Málnás (Malnas) (17 kms) turn to the left onto road No.122. towards Barót (Baraolt), then go on road No.131. through Olasztelek (Talisoara), Vargyas (Virghis), Oklánd (Ocland) until reaching Homoródkarácsonyfalva. (About 47 kms altogether).
- from Sepsiszentgyörgy go to Csíkszereda (Miercurea Ciuc) (68 kms), from here you will reach Homoródkarácsonyfalva according to Route No.3. above.


ATTENTION! The section of road No.131.after Homoródszentpál, and the section of road No.132. before Lővéte involve some accident risk due to a sudden change in the conditions of the road!

 

 

 

 

 

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Unitarian church: medieval fresco scenes covering 100 square meters, unique coffered ceiling, painted furniture, sanctuary dating from the Árpád Dynasty of medieval Hungary
Catholic church: Rococo ceiling, sculptures dated before the Reformation period, side altar from 1646, 18th-century altar!