Our walking tours in Romania include several distinct regions, each of them offering unspoilt nature, excellent hiking opportunities and welcoming people.
We will combine easy walking through nature and easy hiking with the most important attraction visits on the way.
- Sinaia town with Peles Castle
- Bran village with Bran castle - well know as Dracula's Castle
- Walking in Bucegi Mountain and Faragaras Mountain
- Sighisoara - best-preserved medieval citadel together
- Sibiu and Brasov medieval towns
- Horezu, one of the most typical Romanian villages where the pottery tradition is still preserved. Unesco Heritage.
- Bucharest - the capital of Romania, city tour.
Bucegi Natural Park is Romania’s best-kept secret, rivaling Slovakia’s Tatra Mountains and the Alps when it comes to walking holidays. Its glacial valleys offer a wealth of natural beauty, history and adventure. The Bucegi Mountains are located in central Romania, south of the city of Brașov. To the east, the Bucegi Mountains have a very steep slope towards the popular tourist destination Prahova Valley. The Bucegi is believed to be the Dacian holy mountain Kogainon, on which the God Zalmoxis resided in a cave.
Fagaras Mountains. Popular as the Transylvanian Alps, the Fagaras Mountains are impressive with multiple peaks over 2.500 m. Your active trip starts near Balea Lake, a picturesque glacial lake at just over 2,000 m and you will discover Balea Waterfall and Transfagarasan Road.