Romania: Self Guided Holidays and Guided Walking Adventures
A walk through the Romanian countryside is stunning. Enjoy a walking holiday in Romania and be rewarded with vistas boasting superb mountain views, beautiful rolling hills and numerous rivers and lakes.
A trek through the Carpathian Mountains (also known as the Transylvanian Alps) is a must. The Carpathians traverse the centre of Romania and are bordered by foothills on one side and the great plains of the outer rim on the other. The Carpathian Mountains covers around a third of Romania.
Romania is blessed to have over a quarter of it's countryside covered by forests and Romania's fauna is one of the richest in all of Europe, including bears, deer, lynx, chamois and wolves. The legendary Danube River ends its eight-country journey at the Black Sea, after forming one of the largest and most biodiverse wetlands in the world, the Danube Delta.
Of course Romania is also famous for Dracula. A walking tour to Bran Castle, home to the origin of the Dracula character, will fill you with vivid stories as well the many memorable views of the Bucegi mountains that we'll experience along the way. Romania is a culturally rich country so any walk will allow you to encounter old world hospitality as you hike through traditional Romanian villages on one of our walking holidays.
UTracks offers both self guided and guided walking holidays to Romania.