|Duration:||7 days / 6 nights accommodation / 5 days riding|
|Tour Area:||The Transalpina mountain road and three most popular Cities (Brasov, Sibiu and Sighisoara)|
|Distance:||Average 250 km a day (longest day 400 km)|
|The distance of the tour:||>1.250 km|
|Roads:||Different types of paved roads|
|Maximum motorcycles on tour:||12|
|Minimum motorcycles on tour:||6|
|Skills:||Average and high experienced riders only|
Rides on the highest road in Romania and looks at the image of Decebal (the last king of Dacia) sculpted in the rock on the Danube.
We head to Brasov and on our way, we stop at Bran Castle to find out the story of Dracula. After a night spent in Brasov, we visit the Sighisoara fortress on our way to Sibiu, where we will have dinner after we spend a traditional Romanian evening.
Be prepared for the morning because we are going to visit the Alba Iulia fortress, then we cross Transalpina to Ranca. After a night at the 1,600 m altitude in the Ranca resort we go down to the Danube in the area called Cazane and we will dine at a fish restaurant. In the morning we will head to Bucharest, but not before visiting a wine cellar where we can buy various varieties of Romanian wine as a souvenir.
What your tour includes
Tour cost includes:
- Transfer from the nearest airport
- Fully guided tour
- 6 nights good quality accommodation
- 6 breakfasts
- 6 dinners in traditional local restaurants (you will order directly from the menu what you want to eat)
- 5 days BMW motorcycle GS series model 2017/2018 in perfect condition
- Third party liability insurance
- Maps and information pack
- Top case and side cases
- Free Wi-Fi during your trip
- 24/7 technical support
- Experienced Romanian guide during the entire trip
- Assistance car for luggage and safety
Tour cost not included:
- Food other than indicated
- Security deposit for motorcycle
- Personal travel insurance
- Fuel for motorcycles
- Entrance to museum, castle, cave
- All services not mentioned as included
Day 1 Bucharest
Hotel transfer from the airport.
Palace of the Romanian Parliament has a floor area of 360,000 square meters – setting the world record for the largest building for civilian use.
Measures 270 m by 240 m, 86 m high, and 92 m underground. It has 1,100 rooms and is 12 stories tall, with four additional underground levels currently available and in use, with another four in different stages of completion.
New Old City a decade of refurbishment has resulted in a charming, walkable quarter with enough sights to keep you occupied for the day and enough bars and clubs to ensure you never get bored.
Day 2 Bucharest to Brasov
Cheia Mountain Road – Over 100 km road, mostly with curved and spectacular scenery, crossing the Oriental Carpathians.
Bran Castle – the mysterious land of Transylvania, where bloodthirsty vampires hide, dressed as little “dead” riding hood and ready to experience the holiday for the first time at none other than Dracula’s Castle.
Built on the site of a Teutonic Knights stronghold dating from 1212, the castle was first documented in an act issued by Louis I of Hungary on November 19, 1377, giving the Saxons of Kronstadt (Brasov) the privilege to build the Citadel.
Brasov City – the location of the city is at the intersection of trade routes linking the Ottoman Empire and Western Europe.
Stroll around the old Town Hall Square where you can admire colorfully painted and decorated trimmed baroque structures. Take a peek inside the Black Church, the largest gothic church in Romania. Its name derives from damage caused by the Great Fire of 1689, when flames and smoke blackened its walls. The interior is impressive and well-kept and houses one of the largest organs in Eastern Europe.
Day 3 Brasov to Sibiu
The Sighisoara Medieval Citadel Considered one of Europe’s beauties, Sighisoara is a monument city protected by UNESCO since 1999 and included on the list of the world patrimony.
In the heart of Transylvania, a fortress built in the 12th century will captivate you like no other city in Romania. The narrow streets, the charming buildings, the symbolic towers or the medieval churches.
Sibiu City – was voted as Cultural European Capital in 2007 and named by Forbes as “Europe’s 8th most idyllic place to live”.
Parts of the old fortifications remain, and many of the medieval houses within the walls are historical monuments.
Day 4 Sibiu to Ranca
The city of Alba Iulia, Alba County is one of the most important urban centers of Romania, a place of monumental historical significance, associated with the Great Union of 1918 and the coronation of the kings Ferdinand I and Mary, the first monarchs of Greater Romania. Its ancient medieval center, the Alba Carolina fortress, encloses between its walls several centuries old attractions laden with history, including Saint Michael’s Cathedral.
Transalpina road is the highest road in Romania. It’s one of the famous Romanian high-altitude roads. With a length of 146 km, it goes through the Carpathian Mountains, reaching a maximum altitude of 2,145m above sea level in Pasul Urdele. In 2009 it was completely paved. A quick glance at the map at its sheer drops and serpentine twists and turns, confirms that this is no hype.
Besides the natural beauties offered by this road, that seems to be made for a ride by motorbike, the road itself has a history at least as beautiful. Built by the Roman Legions, the road has been called Coridorul IV Roman by the historians.
Day 5 Ranca to Dubova
Getting down from the spectacular road that crosses the Parang mountains, we arrive in Orsova, a marina town at the Danube. There’s a gate that will take us to a region called Cazane.
Cazane are a part of the Danube Defile when you cross the Carpathians. They are about 9 km in length. In some places the Danube becomes narrower to 230m, making navigation difficult. The river is bordered by cliff walls. The maximum depth is about 75m. In the Cazane area, the flow speed of water exceeds 5m/second.
Near the city of Orsova, you can see the rock sculpture of Decebalus is a 42.9 m in height and 31.6 m in width carving in rock of the face of Decebalus, the last king of Dacia.
Day 6 Dubova to Bucharest
After that, we’ll hit the road to Bucharest, on the left share of Danube to Drobeta Turnu-Severin, crossing the Oltenia region, where we’ll visit Slatina, a wine-growing region. Then, we’ll come closer to Bucharest where we’ll spend the night.
Day 7 Bucharest
Hotel transfer to the airport.
Staying in a single room and ride:
|BMW F750GS||1.490, -EURO|
|BMW F850GS||1.590, -EURO|
|BMW R1200GS LC||1.690, -EURO|
Sharing a double room and ride:
|BMW F750GS||1.390, -EURO|
|BMW F850GS||1.490, -EURO|
|BMW R1200GS LC||1.590, -EURO|
Deposit: 1.000 / 1.500 / 2.000 euro per motorbike depends on which model you choose
Tour runs: anytime from June to October
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