Romania offers countless beautifull views from the road. The Transfagarasan and TransAlpina are two unique routes over the southern Carpathian Mountains and are mentioned on almost every list of the world's most amazing roads. You will find many wonderful attractions and charming towns and villages to visit.
The TransAlpina road offers an ideal mix of adventure and Alpine scenery. Winding its way through valleys and plateaus up to 2145 meters – the highest passage in Romania – the TransAlpina road offers breathtaking views together with lots of driving excitement. The oldest road was built by the romas in the 2nd century. Construction of the current road started in 1930. After a renovation, it was opened again in 2015.
TransBucegi is located in the south-central part of the country, going through the Bucegi Natural Park. It’s the third high altitude road in Romania and reaches an altitude of 1925 meters. Driving this road you will enjoy the hair pin corners, high elevations and steep grades. This road will lead you straight into the heart of nature.
The Transfagarason is also called the Road to the Sky. The Transfăgărășan is a paved mountain road crossing the southern section of the Carpathian Mountains of Romania. It is the second-highest paved road in the country after the Transalpina. The route starts near the village of Bascov and stretches 90 kilometres to the crossroad between the DN1 and Sibiu. The route runs between the highest peaks in the country. The road was built in the early 1970s as a strategic military route.