Romania - Travel-Enduro Tour: The wild beauty in the middle of Europe
Potholed paths, adventurous mountain ranges, wild Carpathians, the highest passes in the country, impressive culture and friendly people.
Romania - what a country in the middle of Europe. A land full of natural and scenic beauty, a land of contrasts, a country in transition, a land of monuments and culture, a land of hospitable people. A land where Wolf and Bear say "good night". And all this on our doorstep.
We travel to a country that is full of adventure and is still largely unknown to Western Europeans as a tourist destination. Wrongly, because Romania has much more to offer besides its original and wild beauty. For example, the decorated wooden churches in the Maramures or the old, original villages full of atmosphere of Transylvania, in contrast, the lively cities, such as the old Schässburg (Sighisoara), with the oldest, still inhabited castle mountain in Europe. Last but not least, this country is especially interesting due to its extreme contrasts. So it may well happen that once parked at a supermarket, a horse-drawn carriage is parking next to a Hummer.
Level of difficulty
Approx. 2200 km
Most asphalt, sometimes coarse, sometimes fine, unfortunately often in poor condition, about 400 km of gravel roads, which can be quite muddy in wet weather. The condition reaches from extremely broken roads, which are full peppered with deep potholes up to brand new and well paved roads. Except for a few main roads and big cities, Romania is low in traffic. The same road traffic rules apply as in Germany including legal traffic. You always have to pay attention to dogs, goats, sheep, donkeys and cattle - or very slowly moving horse-drawn wagons.
EUR 1,349 for driver
EUR 290 for passenger
- 9 overnight stays in a double room in clean country-typical hotels and guesthouses
- half board
- entrance fees
- German, multilingual tour guide
Fuel, lunch, drinks, personal expenses
Meeting point: Until 6 pm on the day of arrival at the hotel in Komarno (Slovakia) (Komarno is located about 180 km east of Vienna and 100 km southeast of Bratislava)