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Road trip routes

Bucuresti
Lepsa
Tusnad
Cheia

This 2 day trip will take you into the Subcarpathian hills and on the wine road, in the first day, then in the second day you will pass the Carpathians twice, the first time form Lepsa to Ojdula, then second time from Sacele to Cheia.

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Bucuresti
Hales - Magura Road
Sculpture camp Magura
Muddy Volcanos
Putna Waterfall

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324 km

day 1:

On the first day we leave from Bucharest taking the A3 motorway until you reach the Potigrafu village where we turn right towards Mizil. From here to Mizil the landscape is flat then as soon as we exist the town, we enter an area with hills. In this area, if you are passionate about wine, you will find some good wineries. After crossing some hills and villages, you will arrive at a very spectacular segment: between Hales and Magura village. From here we will go to the Mud Volcanoes, then we get to national road DN2 where, at Focsani, we enter the DN2D road toward Lepsa. At night we can sleep in Lepsa, a beautiful area surrounded by mountains where we have some nice sights to checkout: Putna Waterfall or Putna Monastery.

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Lepsa
313 km

day 2:

The 2nd day will start with crossing the mountains towards Targu Secuiesc. This road was recently paved so the surface is perfect. From Targu Secuiesc we take the road towards Baile Balvanyos, Baile Tusnad and Lake Saint Ana. From this point we will go towards the South. Near Brasov you can stop to visit the Fortress of Prejmer then we will cross the mountains by Bratocea Pass known e as "Cheia" road. If you have more time you can stop and visit the salt mine from Slanic Prahova, then depending on how you feel you can take on DN1 or A3 back to Bucharest.

Sfanta Ana Lake
Prejmer Fortress
Bratocea Pass (Cheia)
Slanic Prahova saltmine

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bucharest | romania

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