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Cycling holidays
- with Enjoy Transylvania

Traveling on your bike is one of the best ways to discover the Romanian landscapes.

How difficult is it?

We've divided the circuits into difficulty levels so you can choose the holiday that suits you best.

Enjoy your holiday in full safety

Our vacations have been designed so that you can visit sights but also discover the lifestyle and culture of regions. You can pedal at your own pace and stop at any time to visit a handicraft center, a monument or just to relax.

We include the bikes in all of our tours. Your luggage will be transferred from one hotel to another and the assistance car will help you at any time when you decide to stop pedaling. Our guides, especially friendly and welcoming, will give you the best recommendations and tell you the legends and stories about the local landmarks.

Highest Cycling Climbs

- with Enjoy Transylvania

You will cycle the highest roads in Romania: Transfagarasan (2.034 m) and Transalpina (2.145 m).
Theese climbs are as beautiful and difficult as the ones in Tour de France or Giro d’Italia. Trasfagarasan was considered by BBC’s Top Gear as “the best driving road in the world”, even better than the famous Stelvio in Italy.
All the other climbs that you will cycle in this vacation will make you fell in love with the Carpathians landscape. This is a cycling holiday for those who love road cycling in the mountains and for those that have the necessary physical condition to ride them.
The regions that you will pass through are full of interesting sights, so you will make stops on the road to visit them. Castles, monasteries, old villages, beautiful cities and great cycling experiences – theese are the reasons for you to book this great holiday.
At the end of the day, you will enjoy a traditional meal that will give you the right energy for the next day.


  • The best road cycling climbs: Transfagarasan, Transalpina, Paltinis, Giuvala Pass, Cold Stream Resort
  • Horezu Monastery – part of the UNESCO world heritage
  • Visit a traditional pottery workshop in Horezu – the country’s most famous region for this craft
  • Maldaresti – Romanian village architecture monuments
  • Traditional villages of Sibiel, Rasinari, Fantanele
  • Museum of glass painted religious icons in Sibiel and the Village Museum in Sibiu
  • Sibiu – the city that was the European cultural capital in 2007
  • Vidraru dam and Balea glacial lake
  • Poenari fortress – the real castle of Vlad the Impaler (Dracula)
  • Bran Castle (known as Dracula’s Castle) and Peles Castle
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UNESCO Fortified Churches

- with Enjoy Transylvania

You will visit the 8 Transylvanian fortified medieval sites that are part of world cultural heritage.
The medieval fortress of Sighisoara and the seven villages and fortified churches of Prejmer, Darjiu, Viscri, Saschiz Biertan, Valea Viilor and Calnic are the main attractions of this holiday.
You will travel through villages from southern Transylvania that are still preserving the medieval charm and the strict rules and customs of an old Saxon population that is slowly disapearing. The fortifications were built between XIII-XVI’th centuries to defend the locals that were living on the path of the invaders. In time, the fortifications received some other purposes for the daily activities such as maintaining grain,lard or bacon reserves. On this medieval holiday, you will also leasen to some beautiful legends and stories of the locals.
The cycling routes are on local roads, some paved, others unpaved, far away from road traffic. The longest pedaling distance is around 30-40 km. The routes go through hills, meadows and lovely villages isolated from the modern world.
You will make stops along the way to visit the fortified sites or to have lunch at a local restaurant or as a genuine picnic on newly mown grass.
There are some break days, in wich you will not pedal. It will be an active rest, however: you will visit other sights and traditional shops.
  • UNESCO heritage villages and fortified churches: Prejmer, Darjiu, Viscri, Saschiz, Valea Viilor, Biertan, Calnic.
  • Sighisoara – the UNESCO medieval fortress that is still inhabited today
  • Brasov – Tour of the beautiful mountain city
  • Rupea – XIV’th century peasant fortress
  • Sibiel and Crit traditional villages
  • Glass painted religious icons Museum in Sibiel
  • Cozia Monastery – located in the river Olt gorge
  • Bike trails through remote villages and medieval castles
  • Wooden carriage rides and visits to traditional workshops.
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SC Enjoy Transylvania SRL

tel / fax: 0040.21 / 340.03.51
mobile: 0040.740.623.814
adress: str. Piscul Rachitei, nr.11, corp.B, parter, ap.1, sector 3, Bucharest, Romania
If you wish to visit us, please do call first for setting a meeting hour.


  1. Did you know that I find it wonderful to travel in Romania? especially when we are talking about the castle of dracula... and the fact that they are the only country in eastern europe to speak latin.. so excited to visit that place someday...

  2. A unique collection of handmade ceramic, handmade pottery, wood decor, metal decor and other home decor ornaments.
    There is our website...............Transylvania Pottery