23-26 august


  • 4 days | 1100 km
  • €900
  • asphalt
  • own motorcycles
The Transfăgărășan Highway is a must-ride for any motorcyclist. During our Romanian tour we will ride the Transfăgărășan and Transalpina, the top two scenic roads in the country, and delve into the rich historic and cultural heritage of Transylvania.

We start from Cluj-Napoca on our own bikes. As we ride towards the mountains, we are going to do some sightseeing — go down into Turda salt mine which dates back to the Roman Empire, visit Corvin castle, one of the Seven Wonders of Romania, and stop for the night in Sibiu. This city, a former capital of the principality of Transylvania, has plenty of beautiful architecture to enjoy after a day in the saddle.

The two following days of the tour will be entirely about the Transfăgărășan and Transalpina. Which one of them is the best will always be the subject of a holy war among motorbike riders. We will let you decide for yourself after riding both of them with us!

Once we leave the snow-capped peaks behind, we will continue enjoying the smooth roads and beautiful landmarks of Romania. We will spend two nights in the ancient cities of Brașov and Sighișoara and climb the bastions of Bran fortress also called the Drakula castle.

Cluj-Napoca - Turda Salt Mine - Corvin Castle - Sibiu - Transalpina road - Râmnicu Vâlcea - Transfăgărășan - Brașov - Bran Castle - Sighișoara

Included in the price
  • 3* hotel and guesthouses accommodation (double/twin rooms)
  • All breakfasts
  • Experienced English-speaking tour leader
  • Technical support
  • Excursions along the route
Not included and paid individually
  • Fuel
  • Medical insurance
  • Lunches and dinners
Tour details
Our tour lasts 4 riding days / 5 nights. We start in Cluj-Napoca and ride all over Transylvania for 4 days. Sighișoara will be the finishing point of the tour.

Tour type: Road
Surface: asphalt. The route may include unpaved sections which do not require any special off-road skills.
Motorcycles: your own motorcycle of any class (at least 600сс) with side cases or luggage racks.
Co-rider: allowed. The tour price for a co-rider is €700.

Tour Difficulty
Expect to ride 250-300 km per day. The cruise speed is 100-120 km/h on motorways and 60-70 km/h on mountain backroads.

Required Documents
You must have a valid biometric passport and a Category A driving license. You must also have medical insurance to cover COVID-19. Please make sure that your insurance policy contains specific provisions for motorcycle travel.

Number of Participants
Up to 10 including co-riders.

3* hotels and guesthouses (double/twin rooms). Single rooms may be available for an extra charge.

The tour price includes all breakfasts. Lunches and dinners are paid individually.

Fuel Price
€1.6/litre as at May 2022.

Local Currency
Romanian Lei. €1 = 4.9 Lei.

Riding Gear
Every rider must be equipped with a properly-sized helmet, jacket, gloves, boots, and rain suit. A complete list of the essentials will be provided towards the tour dates.

Technical support
The tour leader will carry all the tools and consumables for the technical maintenance and field repair of the motorcycles. In the event of a major incident we will help arrange evacuation of your motorcycle for an extra charge.

Excursions and Entertainment
A historical region in Romania which used to be populated by Transylvanian Saxons. They called it Siebenbürgen (the land of seven cities). Four of the seven fortresses that lent the name to the land are Sibiu, Brașov, Sighișoara, and Cluj-Napoca.

Turda Salt Mine
One of the oldest salt mines in Romania first mentioned in 1075. The cavernous mine consists of several smaller mines and rooms with an amphitheater, a Ferris wheel and a lake with rental boats.

Corvin Castle
One of the largest castles in Europe built on a cliff in the town of Hunedoara. The castle dates back to the 15th century. It has 42 chambers, two bridges, and ornate halls with medieval exhibits.

A former capital of the principality of Transylvania. In 2007 the city was Cultural Capital of Europe together with Luxembourg. The historic centre of Sibiu is a prospective candidate for UNESCO World Heritage Site status.

One of the most beautiful roads of Southern Carpathians of Romania with the highest point at 2,145 m. An absolute must-ride for any motorcyclist just like the Transfăgărășan!

The Transfăgărășan
A 90 km military road ordered by Romanian dictator Chauchesku to facilitate mountain crossing for his army. The Transfăgărășan highway is considered one of the most beautiful scenic roads in the world.

An ancient Transylvanian city founded by the knights of the Teutonic Order in 1234. The city has a well-preserved historic centre with multiple Gothic landmarks. One of them is the famous Black Church, the main Gothic-style monument in the country.

Bran Castle
A fortress of the knights of the Teutonic Order near Brașov also called the Drakula castle. According to the legends, it was here that count Vlad Țepeș used to stay and was tortured by his Turkish captors. Bran is one of the most visited castles in Romania.

An ancient Transylvanian city and the birthplace of Vlad Țepeș. The historic centre of Sighișoara is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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