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Sibiu villages Traditions Cycling

Bucharest, Romania
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Starting fromUSD 75

  • best bike trip
  • Sibiu Cycling Tour
  • Cycling through Romanian villages
  • flocks of sheep
  •  Sibiu Villages
  • Romania Traditional village

Why we like it ...

When you visit Transylvania, Sibiu villages are your best choice to discover the traditions and the beautiful nature of northern Romania.
With this exciting cycling trip, you will discover the small villages around Sibiu, the green landscapes and the singing birds. You will also have the opportunity to meet and talk with local villagers. You will visit Interethnic Museum of Hartibaci, one of the historical landmark in Sibiu.
You will gain an authentic experience of Sibiu culture while cycling in Transylvania and visiting typical Romanian villages.

What's Included

  • fruits, nuts, snacks and water
  • fully equipped bikes + helmet
  • 20 minutes car transfer
  • lunch can be aranged

Minimum Age

16 Year(s)


10 Hour(s) | Starting from

  • USD 75  for person
Start Time:
  • 9:00 am

Adventure Itinerary

Passing through : Cornatel - Rosia - Vurpar - Nocrich - Altana - Hosman - Cornatel
After a 20 minutes car transfer to Cornatel, we will start riding and will pass through the village of Rosia, where we can visit the fortified church.
From Rosia, we’ll keep on riding to Vurpar on a quiet and green path, through fields worked by local villagers.
To get to Nocrich, we'll climb one of these hills between the two villages.
Our efforts will be rewarded with beautiful landscapes, flocks of sheep and dozens of different singing birds.

During the second part of the day, we'll ride on asphalt. Our first stop will be at the Interethnic Museum of Hartibaci Valley in Altana.
The local ethnographic collection has more than 1,000 objects, amassed over the course of 12 years from 25 different settlements, from all over the Hartibaciu Valley.
It brilliantly succeeds at bringing together the most relevant cultural assets of Romanian, Hungarian, Saxons and Roma ethnic groups.

On our way back to Cornatel, we’ll stop again in Hosman and visit the Old Mill from the village.
The complex includes a mill, a forgery, a bakery, a local products store and a cultural shed. Each summer, it welcomes young visitors with a stunning garden and delicious pies.


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