A new touristic route has been unveiled by Tasuleasa Social organization. Via Transilvanica has opened with 134 kilometers between Putna and Drobeta -Turnu Severin. This trail is similar to a pilgrimage route and can be explored on bike, by foot or by horse. It will help you in exploring Romania as it is failry organized to take you to beautiful places. The route includes markings which will guide you and route signs for critical areas.
The route was inspired by the Camino de Santiago from Spain.
The organizers will continue with the development of the infrastructure and the final route will include 1,000 km and it will cross 10 counties: Suceava, Bistrita-Nasaud, Mures, Harghita, Brasov, Alba, Sibiu, Hunedoara, Mehedinti and Caras Severin.
It is estimated that the costs of one kilometer is 1,000 euros. These costs include creating and sculpting the milestones and installing them and marking the road. The Tasuleasa Social association also encourages people to support financially and contribute if they wish towards buying a milestone.