We started our day in Romania looking for the Tunnel of Love. This was a rather strange process
This is what we were going to look for…..
This is what we found ..
We were a little bit disappointed about the scratched legs. Jaanus even had to put some plasters on his toes due to bleeding. Nevertheless, we still took many photos and enjoyed a long early morning walk. On our way back, we almost lost the bottom of our car because the dirt road was full of big stones. Luckily the Passat stayed in one piece.
Our next goal in Romania was to reach the Transfăgărășan. Kaija had made some research and read that it is one of the highest paved
We were glad to see that the road was also not as touristy as we expected. Only at the top point of the road, there was a market and a little
There were a lot of people in the mountains camping. We were almost a little sad that we had not prepared to stay there overnight. It would have been a perfect place for camping and hiking. Also
In total, Romania did impress us with relatively low prices, unique houses, quite good roads and impressive mountains.
This is still commonly used as a means of transport in Romania, especially in villages.
The same evening we drove til sunset and spent the night in a parking lot of Romanian Bulgarian border area. We decided we will cross the border the next morning. The border crossing is a bridge over