Road trip to Transylvania

Road Trip to South-Eastern Europe: Bulgaria and Romania

Why South Eastern Europe?Because of the beautiful natural landscape but also for its rich cultural heritage. South Eastern Europe, despite its beauty. is off the beaten track. Moreover, it is still far cheaper than the rest of Europe and you can taste great food without having to break the bank.

Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sofia
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sofia

A journey to two important countries of the Balkans. Romania and Bulgaria that share many similarities but with unique traits. 

In the mountainous regions of South Eastern Europe, cradled in the heart of Europe, Bulgaria and Romania have witnessed the rising and fall of great civilizations in one of the most untouched areas of the old continent.

Belogradchik, Bulgaria
Belogradchik, Bulgaria

What to see?

Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria and from there we shall start our travel adventure. We will cross the first border with Romania going up to one of the most beautiful roads in the world that takes to Transfăgărășan. Continue to Transylvania for the Bran Castle, Dracula’s place. .From there we will cross Romania and visit the capital Bucharest. After we will move on to the most beautifil sites on the Black Sea and finish up in the Bulgarian capital.

Iron Market Castle, Romania
Iron Market Castle, Romania

Why South Eastern Europe?

Because of the beautiful natural landscape but also for its rich cultural heritage. South Eastern Europe, despite its beauty. is off the beaten track. Moreover, it is still far cheaper than the rest of Europe and you can taste great food without having to break the bank.

Road to Transfaragasan in Romania
Road to Transfaragasan (Romania)

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