The Highest Mountain Road in Romania

With its highest point at Urdele Pass (2,145m above sea level), crossing Paring Mountains, the road is probably the most spectacular roads on the Carpathian Range of mountains and also the highest mountain road in Romania.

Making the link between Transylvania and Oltenia, the road, generally known as The King's Road through the locals, was built in 1938 underneath the rule of King Carol II of Romania through an economic, strategic and military purpose and later rebuilt during Ww2 by German troops.

Left for many years in degradation, the pavement disappeared over time, giving the opportunity for some incredible off road motorcycle riding until 2010 if the construction work that begun on your way interfered using the traveling plans in the motocross motorcycle enthusiasts.

Today the building work for the road is actually finished and also the official reopening from the authorities was made come july 1st (unofficially the street continues to be enjoyed a long time before this by many adventurous riders). The road is currently 90% paved and stands to be a dream motorcycle route for every single rider. Beginning with Sebes approximately Novaci, Transalpina covers over 100 kilometers of hairpin curves, after each, the scenery unfolds itself offering incredible views over the mountains. The path is perfectly built, want it was made for use as a race track to the clouds and can be explored within 3 hours riding. The paving on the road didn't spoil the off-road appetite a lot of, since across the area you may still find a good amount of tracks to become explored.

Less famous than Transfagarasan Road, Transalpina is regarded to be the best paved motorcycle road with the local motorcyclists, providing the chance for some superb motorcycle riding.

The motorcycle riders which may have had the pleasure to ride this incredible road think it over more adventurous than Transfagarasan, which still remains the second highest road in Romania and in all probability the very best on the planet. Two dream roads in Romania, connecting other parts of the continent with famous Transylvania, two original, perfectly designed dream roads, offering incredible rides and enormous satisfaction for that riders.

The ride is good for lonely riders given that for multiple riders.

The freewheeler, lonely, adventurous rider, can always catch your flight to Transylvania (Cluj Napoca or Targu Mures Airports) to become collected and transferred by car for the garage,
collect a rented motorcycle, complete with a full tank of fuel and enjoy the best riding times of its life.

The motorcyclists looking group riding, motorcycle camaraderie, an outing with no worries, virtually no time wasted on selecting accommodation, securing the bikes or speaking the language, can choose a Cluj Napoca guaranteed departure motorcycle tour, including fantastic rides on Transalpina and Transfagarasan Roads sprinkled with medieval citadels, charming cities and legendary castles. Are going to escorted by a 100% Transylvanian English speaking guide who knows good luck rides in your community, so that it is an extraordinary, authentic experience.

Ride safe and relish the adventure!

Adventure Motorcycle Tours - Transylvania Live is specialized in motorcycle tours in Transylvania (Romania) and in Eastern Europe. This company operates in the guts of Transylvania from the capital of scotland - Turda, Cluj County, and offers for rent this BMW motorcycle models: BMW R1200GS, BMW F800GS, BMW F650GS (800cc TWIN) and BMW F650GS.


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