HighlightsTransfagarasan – the most crooked and challenging of Europe's roads for motorcyclistsTransalpina – one of the most spectacular roads of the Carpathian Mountains (2 145m above sea level)
Day by day itinerary:Day 1 Turda – Alba Iulia – Sebes – TransalpinaCapatanenii Pamanteni 360 km – cca 7hrs riding Morning ride to the town of Alba Iulia Citadel, a fortress with seven bulwarks, a star shaped citadel, common to Vauban fortresses. Continue exploring Transalpina Road. With its highest point at Urdele Pass – 2,14of the monastery and continue your journey riding up the mountains.Accommodation at the base of Transfagarasan Road in a 3* Hotel5m above sea level, the road is also called The King's Road by the locals, the road was built under the rule of King Carol II of Romania and rebuilt during World War II by German troops. Curtea de Arges is your next destination with its beautifull Monastery built in Byzantine style, with Moorish arabesques. Find out the legend Day 2 Capatanenii Pamanteni – TransfagarasanRoad – Sibiu – Turda 300 km – cca 6 hrs riding An incredible ride for you today – Transfagarasan Highway – the most crooked and challenging of Europe's roads for motorcyclists. Built between 1970 and 1974 as a military route, by communist dictator Ceausescu (after the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968) it snakes up into the Carpathians offering great rides and enormous satisfaction.Stop in Sibiu for a short relaxing walk in the medieval city. Ride next to Turda, drop off motorbikes. End of the trip.