Our walking tours in Romania include several distinct regions, each of them offering unspoiled nature, excellent trekking & easy 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
- Trekking in Bucegi Mountains and Faragaras Mountains
- Sighisoara - best-preserved medieval citadel together
- Sibiu and Brasov medieval cities
- Horezu, one of the most typical Romanian villages (UNESCO Heritage), where the pottery tradition is still preserved. .
- 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.