Ready for an adrenaline shot? The Transfagarasan has it ready for you!
One of the most spectacular roads in the world, the Transfagarasan is 150 km long and runs trough the spectacular, rocky Fagaras mountains, the highest mountains in Romania with the Moldoveanu peak reaching 2544 meters. Reaching 2042 m near Lake Balea, the Transfagarasan is the second-highest paved road in the country after Transalpina, the other scenic road in the Parang Mountains which goes up to 2145 m.
New corona pandemic circumstances may inspire especially Europeans to place the Transfagarasan Scenic Road on the 2020 summer holiday map; it’s the perfect spot to enjoy a perfect holiday, impressive views and nature close by all these by also observing social distancing!
More about the Transfagarasan:
The National Company of Motorways and Roads in Romania announced that the National Road 7C – Transfăgărăsan will be closed for the public traffic starting on 04 November 2019 between km 104 + 000 (Piscu Negru, Arges county) to km 130 + 800 (Balea Chalet / Balea Cascada, Sibiu county). The road sector closed to the traffic will be properly marked.
The road will reopen to the public in July 2020.
Update, May 27, 2020 – heavy snow falls on Transfagarasan, with snow reaching up to 6 meters in some areas!