The story of Transylvania
The word Transylvania can be translated as "The Land beyond the forest ", a perfect name for adventures in a story-like place. The routes of this guidebook go through the forests, the mountains, on roads which connect medieval castles and that are tracks on riverbanks of the large rivers from Transylvania. Sighișoara, Râșnov and Rupea Citadel, the fortified churches in Biertan and Viscri are major points of reference linked by roads on ridges, dotted with villages spectacular by their simplicity. Apuseni Mountains, Poiana Ruscă, Șureanu and the Eastern Carpathian group of mountains are crossed on dirt roads full of mud and unique landscapes on each turn.
4132 kilometers of adventures
It is necessary to go beyond the tarmac roads to enjoy the wild beauty of this region. 9 out of the 10 routes are on unpaved or dirt roads, some are difficult others are easier. The off-road tracks total 2654 kilometers and each have lengths between 170 and 450 kilometers.
The last route, 1508 kilometers long, is the challenge that we have prepared for the tarmac roads lovers. This is the longest track that can link all the touristic attractions of Transylvania and includes the most beautiful mountain passes and secondary roads.
GPS tracks and mobile application
The digital version of the guide is a mobile application. The GPS tracks of each route are available, to make navigation easier and also not to miss any of the tourist attractions.