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Group size 10                                                  Start  Bucharest

Countries   1                                                    End  Bucharest

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    • Activity Level Extreme
    • Group Size Medium Group

    The country on the borders of Central, Southern and Eastern Europe offers motorcycle riders an almost frightening variety! The wild expanse of the Carpathians, the former Transylvania, ancient traditions, colorful monasteries, quiet villages, lively medieval old towns, culinary delights and open-hearted people waiting for you on this motorcycle tour through Transylvania.  One thing is certain: we take the unique traditions and originality of Romania and combine it with our love to motorcycles!

    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
    What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
    • 7 x nights: 2 x Bukarest, 1 x Bran, 1 x Balea Lake, 2 x Hermannstadt, 1 x Gebirgskurort Ranca.
    • All-route local English-speaking guide.
    • Attractions:  Palace of the  Parliament, Cheia  Pass, Slanic Prahova  Salt Mine, Rasnov Citadel;  Wine tasting in one of the most beautiful wineries in Romania, Accommodation in the castle, Lake Balea, Dracula’s Castle, the old town Brasov, Praid Pass, Praid Salt Mine, old town Sighisoara, Transfagarasan famous pass the old town Sibiu, der famous Transalpina Pass, Ranca Pass.
    What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
    • Visa Fee
    • Travel Insurance
    • Flights
    • Single Supplement
    • Any meals not mentioned
    • Any transfers not mentioned (e.g. first and last day)
    • Any expenses of a personal nature
    • Camera/video permits
    • Tips to the guide and driver
    1. Day 1

      You arrive in Bucharest. After check-in at the hotel you still have time for the first acquaintance with the city. You can take a walk through the old city center. Bucharest’s particular pride is the Parliament Building – the second biggest administrative building in the world (after the Pentagon) – the giant magnificent and ceremonial building.


    2. Day 2

      Today  we start  our Carpathians  trip. The route leads  us along the mountain with  serpentines and offers a magnificent view on Rucar – Bran Pass. In the evening we reach Bran (Bran). Here is the famous Bran Castle – Dracula’s Castle, where the head of the vampires should have been up to mischief. The barbecue outdoors is usually the highlight of the day.


    3. Day 3


      A motorbike ride through the stunning landscape awaits us after visiting the bran-castle. Our path leads through the famous Transfagarasan – one of the most scenic roads in Europe. This high alpine mountain road crosses the Făgăra Mountains in the so-called Transylvanian Alps. The beautiful scenery, the tranquility and the natural colors that characterize your impressions of that day. In the late afternoon we reach Balea Lake. It is at the altitude of over 2000 meters above sea level and offers numerous walking possibilities.

    4. Day 4

      Today we drive through the narrow Olt Valley and arrive in Sibiu in the evening. Founded by the German settlers, Sibiu is still the center of the “Saxons” – also in the architecture is Sibiu reminiscent of old German cities. Even the signposts and the tourist information.


    5. Day 5


      On  this  day, we  can relax  and explore  Sibiu. During a  walk through the city center, you get  the impression of the European Cultural Capital in 2007 – you will see a large and a small city ring, the Bridge of Lies and the Evangelical Cathedral and the so-called lower town with the city wall.


    6. Day 6

      Today we get to know panoramic street “Transalpina”, which, as they say, is very close to the sky. “Road of the King” was opened in 1939 and was thoroughly renovated in recent years, so that nothing distracts you from driving pleasure.


    7. Day 7

      On this day we drive towards Romanian capital. Decorated villages left and right attract your attention. Especially interesting are the Black Hills – a scenic peculiarity in the southern part of the country.


    8. Day 8

      On  this  day, our  program comes  to its end. After  breakfast you set off  to return home. You will  take home unforgettable memories and the feeling of having experienced something special.

    Mobile phone coverage is good in most parts of Romania but mountainous and remote areas may have patchy coverage. Be sure to activate global roaming on your phone before leaving home if you wish to use your mobile.

    Overall Rating
    Юрій Колотко
    Reviewed On 11/02/2019

    Класссс!Поїздка перевершила мої сподівання, екстрим, аріхутектура, враження, краса природи, все запам'ятається надовго.