The Lazu Hill, which dominates the town from the north, has a picturesque place, visible from great distances and also a relaxing place for the locals. It is a selvage planted with pine trees back in the nineteenth century, by the Bibescu-Brâncoveanu family. The place is photogenic in any season and offers wide views both to the south, with the entire city and north to the upper basin of Târsa.
The easiest way to reach the pine trees is by Lazului street – turning left at the first curve of Capu Câmpului coils (or right at the last curve, if you come from Gura Beliei). At the end of the street you will reach the great clearing of Lazu, then through the beech forest you ascend to the large unpaved road (DJ 206) that crosses the forest. Following this road to the left, and then to the right at the top, you will soon get to the Fir Tree Edge. You can either return by Plaiului street, or continue northward on DJ 206, through the forest up to Tălii street which leads you downhill to Gura Beliei.
Another alternative is this track:
Lazu hill circuit route – https://www.strava.com/routes/5472447