Walking in Romania

Greetings!

Walking in Romania is a great experience because of the untouched areas where you can walk! Off the beaten paths is the way how you will walk in Romania, and be sure that this is the right way to enjoy a holiday!

I did this walk a lot of times, with a lot of guests from all over the world, and I enjoy it all the times! Is one of the most beautiful areas from South East of Transylvania, where you can discover the real rural life of Romania, meting local people and why not enjoying  nature!
Enjoy some photos from my last tour there!

Kind regards,
Iulian Cozma

Testimonial
Chris and I would like to thank you so much for the walk you put together for us all. It was well prepared and planned, The meadows so full of wild flowers were breathtaking,and we were very impressed with your knowledge of where to walk, especially where there were no known paths. We felt you carried out the walk with true professionalism. You were extremely helpful at all times and very informative on all aspects of the walk,the area and customs of Romania.

The Pensions were really nice to stay in and the people we met were so lovely and friendly. It was a pleasure to visit your country and especially Transylvania, which you obviously love and care about. Once again thank you so much.

We wish you and your family best wishes for the future,
Chris and Yvonne Hartley – Leicestershire, England – June 2010

We walked in Bran County for four days with Iulian. He anticipated our every need: ensuring there were cold beers available at our pension each night; guiding us back in time to watch England live to see another day in the World Cup; fending off dogs before we’d even seen them… he fully justified his nickname ‘Mr Efficiency’. We walked through some beautiful countryside on unmarked routes and we saw a lifestyle quite different from anything we knew. To top it all, the day after we arrived back in Brasov he presented us each with a disc of all the photos he had taken on our walk. Thank you so much!
Elizabeth and ColinThornton – Leicestershire, England – June 2010

2 Comments

ky cheung

Dear Sir,
I would like to learn more on the walking in romania program. I will arrive in romania sometime in mid of April and would like to join some local walking tour to enjoy the beauty of romania. I have not planned my trip yet. Please advise. My wife and I are in the age of 56, and we are ready for walking 4 to 5 hours maximum a day and expect to have the trip for no more than two days. Thank you.
ky Cheung

Florea Aurelian

tare pozele,
mai ales aia cu baltoaca!

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