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I think that the Transfagarasan is more spectacular , but Transalpina ( National Road 67C ) is... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Isabela L
Tel Aviv, Israel
One of a kind!

Travelers to Romania interested in breathtaking scenery must include this highway in their... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I think that the Transfagarasan is more spectacular , but Transalpina ( National Road 67C ) is also an amazing experience .It is an old road but recently paved so for the most part the asphalt is perfect . It reaches the highest altitude (2145m...More

Thank Isabela L
Reviewed 1 week ago

Travelers to Romania interested in breathtaking scenery must include this highway in their itinerary. The most spectacular portion is between Ranca and Obarsia Lotrului. The 360 degree panorama of the Carpatian Mountains is absolutely unique on a sunny day with good visibility. We saw deer...More

Thank Elena552014
Reviewed 26 August 2018 via mobile

From north to south in a small car. Nice route, beautiful landscape, need some skill to drive it over. Asphalt needs some more care especially in first third of the route. Have to see, must to drive!

Thank Duci_No1
Reviewed 14 August 2018 via mobile

The road is in my opinion the most beautiful one in Romania. Very beautiful landscapes and also not too crowded.

1  Thank Puri P
Reviewed 30 July 2018

We drove south to north in July after driving down the Transfagarasan and staying overnight in Curtea de Arges. We visited the Woman's cave on the way, which was interesting and a worthwhile break from all the driving. The Transalpina itself, I believe trumps the...More

2  Thank traveldog79Brisbane
Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

We drove north to south on a Sunday morning and encountered little traffic - probably because it was raining and there was a lot of mist about. Plenty of hairpin bends and hard climbing on this spectacular route. Well worth driving.

1  Thank sleepybexhill
Reviewed 7 July 2018 via mobile

Only one word can describe this road : FANTASTIC. I enjoyed all the view, the nature and the quality of the road it self. But it was a real challenge. Especially with kids who are not ready to spend few hours on a 120 km...More

Thank Deyan B
Reviewed 21 June 2018

the view , the road, the landscape absolute was amazing. cant describe it. you have to take your car and drive all the way up.

Thank Combei C
Reviewed 2 October 2017

We drove the Transalpina from South to North as part of or Romanian road trip. It is a fantastic drive offering spectacular views without being too challenging. There are ample places to stop to admire the view and take photographs. Surprisingly quiet for the time...More

5  Thank Elle L
Reviewed 21 September 2017

Spectacular road, beautiful view and fresh air. We started the trip from Novaci and went to Sebes. The most spectacular views are near Novaci. It is worth a trip there! Tip: Evan if it is summer, it can be really windy and cold, so be...More

3  Thank OPR04
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11 January 2018|
Response from Catalin T | Reviewed this property |
Usually, the part starting from Rinca towards Sebes is closed due to bad weather. The weather is very unpredictibile and could vary from day to day. So is imperative to ask before going there. Enjoy.