Arrival in Bucharest
Welcome to Romania!
You arrive in Bucharest and visit the Palace of Parliament, the second largest building in the world after the Pentagon. You will be staying in Hotel Cismigiu, one of the finest hotels in Bucharest. You can also visit the beautiful historic centre near the hotel.
Bucarest - Brasov
190 km of roads - 7h of driving
Today, en route! To start your motorcycle adventure in Romania, you ride towards the majestic Carpathian Mountains. You cross the Cheia pass, one of the most famous passes in Romania but not well-known to the foreigners.
On the way, you can stop at Slanic Prahova, the largest salt mine in Europe. After crossing the salt mine, you stop in the middle of the mountains to enjoy a traditional lunch prepared especially for you.
After lunch, you continue your ride till Brasov. Let yourself be charmed by its beautiful Gothic architecture of this city, one of the most visited places in Romania.
Brasov - Sighisoara
117 km of roads - 5h of driving
Today, you will ride towards the Praid Pass, the highest pass in the country standing at an altitude of 1,413 metres. You reach the Bran Castle, better known as Dracula’s Castle, for a first-hand experience of the mystery, intrigue and myth surrounding this Transylvanian legend.
You continue riding towards Sighisoara – a small, medieval city. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sighisoara is one of the very few walled cities that continue to be inhabited. Here you can visit the famous Citadel Valley Cave. You spend the night in the Citadel.
Sighisoara - Sibiu
100 km of roads - 5h of driving
Today, you can (optional) ride to the beautiful Praid Pass, the highest pass in the country standing at an altitude of 1,413 metres. Besides the wonderful, panoramic views from the pass, you also have the opportunity to visit the Praid Salt Mine, one of the largest mines in the country dating back to the Roman times.
After visiting this incredible place, you ride your motorcycle in the direction of Sibiu, one of the most important cultural cities of Romania. Sibiu has been listed alongside Luxembourg as the European Capital of Culture for the year 2007. The Forbes magazine has also ranked Sibiu as the 8th most idyllic town of Europe to live in. Enjoy your day visiting this beautiful city.
Sibiu - Transfagarasan - Sibiu
300 km of roads - 7h of driving
Today marks the most important milestone in your great Romanian road adventure. Bikers! On your bikes to the legendary Transfagarasan Road. This road, also known as Ceaușesçu’s Folly, is the most beautiful road in Romania, and one of the most sought-after roads for bikers around the world.
More than 100 kilometres long, the Transfagarasan Road traverses the Carpathian Mountains and the Transylvania, not far away from Fagaras. It offers some of the most spectacular views of Romania. In the midst of the mountains, you tackle hairpin turns, overpasses, narrow crossings and tunnels on this amazing road. You can even dive in the beautiful Lake Vidraru for a relaxing break. You then take the Transfagarasan Road in the opposite direction to return to Sibiu. Relax and unwind after this incredible day of riding.
Sibiu - Baia de Fier
168 km of roads - 7h of driving
Another exciting day of riding on this motorcycle trip in Romania! Today you take the spectacular Transalpina Pass! You ride across winding turns of this road, the highest in Romania at 2,145 metres altitude and offering splendid views of Romania. At this height, you will literally be riding above the clouds! After a beautiful riding session, you stop and relax at the Ranca Ski Resort. You stay overnight at Baia de Fier, in a charming and comfortable location in the middle of the mountains.
Baia de Fier - Bucharest
246 km of roads - 6h of driving
You start your day with a visit to the famous Peştera Muierilorla (the women’s cave). The cave used to be a refuge for the women during the war. More than a kilometre long, this is a complex cave system, where you can find many bear bones as well as a human skull dating back to 40,000 and 30,000 BC! Not far away from here, you can also visit the Polovragi monastery, a well-known monastery of the region. Continuing with your motorcycle trip in Romania, you ride to Horezu, a town famous for its traditional pottery crafts. You then pass through the beautiful Black Hill riding through winding turns, forests and lakes. Your motorcycle journey in Romania ends with a return to Bucharest, where you stay overnight.
End of services of our local travel experts for this motorcycle trip to Romania.