A superb guided hiking holiday with authentic Romanian cuisine & traditional accommodation in some of the most picturesque mountains in Europe.
START / FINISH - Bucharest
MINIMUM - 4 PERSONS
Activity code: ROHIKE01
Duration: 9 Days
This Hiking in Romania adventure offers 9 days packed full of walking, sightseeing and experiencing the picturesque mountain scenery of Transylvania and beyond (Moldavia). Romanian food and folklore is also included throughout, examples include the Rhein Cellars in Azuga, a traditional shepherd's house for cheese in the hills near Piatra Neamt, delicious picnic lunches on most days and a special farewell dinner on the last night.
Romania is one of the most unexplored parts of Europe, tucked away in a remote corner where few visit and about which fewer still have much knowledge beyond the connection with the myth of Dracula. Much of Romania is virtually untouched countryside and follows a way of life that has long been extinguished, or at the very least dimished into very small pockets, elsewhere in Europe; the centuries old folklore and traditions still thrive in its picturesque villages.
Hiking in Romania has a well thought through itinerary and superb local guides. Let us take you right into the heart of this fascinating country by sharing our knowledge and the experience to offer not just important cultural sights, dramatic scenery and historic locations but the opportunity to spend quality time in the villages, often staying in rural communities as guests of local families, where local culture is at its strongest.
Hiking in Romania - extra information
Rediscover the World is committed to providing unique and carefully thought out itineraries that combine the highlights of the country together with some of the lesser-known wonders. Our guides think about the whole experience and will use their experience to allow you into the homes of the locals and many of the lesser-known places that will make your trip unique. Overall this is a hiking lover's dream and has something for everyone in a part of Europe seldom visited by walkers.