Cycling in Rasinari is the perfect way to discover the Romanian civilization and culture. During the journey, you will explore Rasinari village, Sibiu city, Transylvania city, Rasinari Ethnographical Museum, Cisnadioara, and Dumbrava Forest. Along the way, you will be able to admire the magnificent views and learn about craft, cultures and much more. If you want to see the traditional side of Romania, then this is your best chance!
fruits, nuts, snacks and water.
fully equipped bikes + helmet
USD 45 for
Route : Sibiu - Rasinari - Cisnadioara - Sibiu
We will start by riding along the bicycle track in Dumbrava forest until we reach the top of the hill above the Rasinari village.
It is one of the oldest communities in the region. After we give in to the charm of the magnificent view, we go downhill and have a stop at the Rasinari Ethnographical Museum. Here you can learn about crafts, traditional occupations typical clothing, customs and traditions, peasant houses interiors and items.
We leave Rasinari and continue our ride to Cisnadioara, a living proof of the ethical diversity of the region, as a German village lie close to its old Romanian counterpart.
The coat of arms for Cisnadioara (or Michelsberg in German) is the fortified stronghold on the rocky peak of St. Michael's Hill, an avatar of the Romanesque style in Transylvania. We will pay a visit to this monument which hosts different events such as concerts, theater plays or movie projections when festivals take place in Sibiu. After resting and sipping a soft drink, we continue our ride back to the city.
Starting from USD 45
Private and tailor-made cycling trips in Transylvania
The best things Transylvania can offer are magical nature, cultural heritage and local people that still live and work their land with traditional methods.
We strongly believe you can't have an authentic experience in a big group, that's why we focus on small ones of 2 to 6 people. We offer one day trips, totally custom tours or self guided ones perfectly tailored to your interests. Tourism is not developed in rural areas of Romania, and our goal is to address this matter in a way it supports local communities and help them grow in the right direction.