Bike Tour Transylvania

Biking adventure in Transylvania – Romania

Explore Transylvania

Bike in the Country of Mysterious Woods and Hills

Would you like to recharge your batteries? Do you want to get away from the frenzy of everyday life for a few days? This time we take you for a ride that may seem unusual. A two-day trip to Romania by bike.

Romania is a country that has a lot to offer. Cycling through Romania means exploring it slowly, savouring its gastronomy and doing outdoor activities while relaxing. Our tour in Romania takes just two days and starts off from Bucharest. Reaching us to start will not be difficult at all. The Bucharest airport offers many connections and you can find low-cost flights departing from virtually any airport every day. 

We spend the first day on a three or four-hour bike ride around the city. Once the tour is over, we will take you to visit Brasnov and then go to sleep in the town of Bunesti. From here we start the second day for another long ride through the woods near the city. Here too we will take the opportunity to visit another town, that of Sighisoara or as it was used to call: Segesvár – a historical hub of the region. Once the day is over, we will return to Bucharest. Here we take the plane back home.
 

bike tour transylvania

 

Transylvania has always been a diverse place

The people are very diverse yet welcoming and the food is hearty. During these two days, we spend together, you will not have to worry about anything. Our bike tour in Romania is already all organized and will be guided by our local guides. Many people in Romania have a very good level of the second language and therefore communication will be blissful. For all the rest there are our guides to support you.

Our short bike tour in Romania is designed to spend two days in total relaxation and move around a bit. It is therefore open to adventurers of all levels and degrees of experience. Although very long walks are planned, the itineraries are designed to be easily tackled by anyone. The only thing you need is to want to see new things and try the typical local food.

When you prepare your suitcases, keep in mind that in the summer the climate in the Bucharest area is quite warm yet perfect for cycling. The autumn and spring months are a bit colder. Sharewood awaits your questions!