Experience the thrill of the mountain winding roads and breathtaking views on Romania’s highest mountain road – Transalpina. You will ride your motorcycle to the clouds on one of the most spectacular roads of the Carpathian Mountains.
With its highest point at Urdele Pass (2,145m above sea level), crossing Paring Mountains, the road is one of the most spectacular roads of the Carpathian Mountain Chain and the highest mountain road in Romania. Making the connection between Transylvania and Oltenia, the road, also called The King’s Road by the locals, was built in 1938 under the rule of King Carol II of Romania with an economic, strategic and military purpose and later rebuilt during World War II by German troops.
Transalpina Highway Motorcycle Ride Starting from Sebes up to Novaci, Transalpina covers over 100 kilometres of hairpin curves, after each, the scenery unfolds itself offering incredible views over the mountains. The road is perfectly built, like it was designed to be used as a race track to the clouds and can be explored in about 3 hours riding. The paving of the road didn’t spoil the off road appetite too much, since around the area there are still plenty of tracks to be explored.
Pick up your motorcycle, your detailed itinerary and enjoy riding the twists of the Transylvanian mountain roads! You will enjoy riding at your own pace, visit the tourist attractions you want and enjoy the freedom of the open road.
The tours include 4 incredible days on the finest motorcycle roads of Dracula’s County.The famous Transfagarasan Road and Transalpina Highway are included -crooked and challenging, perfect for a motorcycle getaway.