The route of the first day of the trip connects several Saxon villages. Starting from Târgu Mureș we stop first in Sighișoara to visit the medieval fortress, then we go towards the following objectives: the peasant fortresses from Criț, Viscri and Saschiz. The last fortress we can visit on our way is the Rupea Fortress which was recently renovated. From Rupea we will cross some hills towards the Eastern Carpathians.
Once passed DN12, we start crossing the mountains. On the first part of the road to Târgu Secuiesc, the asphalt is very bad, at times it is even almost full of holes, then after Târgu Secuiesc the road is perfect because it was paved in 2015. This last segment to Lepsa is very spectacular, the road climbing up to almost 1200 m altitude. Then follows a pretty pleasant area to travel, full of wide curves but unfortunately there are some villages in the way..
On day 2 we will have fewer places to visit but there will be more spectacular roads. First we will pass to Mărășesti where we can visit the mausoleum raised in honor of the heroes of World War I and then we will cross the mountains back to Transylvania through the Trotuș Pass. There is a more relaxing segment between Miercurea Ciuc and Gheorgheni but extremely pleasant to travel, then we will cross another passage between Gheorgheni and Praid.
After a day full of hairpins and hundreds of curves, we can relax at the beach in Praid or Sovata or we can visit the 2 salt mines: the one in Praid and the one in Sovata. The end of the route is in Târgu Mureș where if you have time you can visit the old city center.