Cheese tasting, outdoor lunch, and a refreshing hike. This 5-hour medium difficulty hike is dedicated to those who like to use all their senses when exploring new places.
Duration: 8 hours
Bus Ride: 60 min
Hiking: 300 min
Difficulty Level: medium
Level difference: 200m/-1032m
– Transport in a comfortable bus
– Tour Guide for the whole day
– Lunch pack
– Cheese tasting
– Entrance fee Ethnographic Museum
How to book
Group Bookings will be available starting 1st of June 2020.
Individual Bookings will be available starting 1st of August 2020. Please find more details here.
1. Travel by bus to Păltiniș
2. Hiking Păltiniș – Apa Cumpănită – Valea Caselor – Rășinari
3. Lunch break with Lunch pack
4. Rășinari Ethnographic Museum visit and rambling through the village
5. Cheese tasting in Rășinari
6. Travel by bus to Sibiu
* our hiking track from Păltiniș – Apa Cumpănită – Valea Caselor – Rășinari is not displayed on this Google Map. Only the stops accessible by car are displayed. Please view our Interactive Hiking Map for the whole hiking track.
The route that connects Păltiniș to Rășinari, after crossing the wooded area with conifers near the resort, offers spectacular scenery of the city of Sibiu and the villages of Mărginimea Sibiului. Near the Apa Cumpănita Saddle, you can also see the western ridge of the Făgăraș Mountains and the Lotru Mountains, the trail then sliding through the meadows and huts to the Valea Caselor.
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Lotru Mountains, Sadului Valley
The Rășinari Ethnographic Museum has a collection of over 1500 objects of ethnography and folk art, illustrating elements of culture and civilization specific to the Sibiu Border. From handcraft objects to customs and traditions, occupations, characteristic port, household items, this museum presents these objects in perfect harmony.
Walking on the narrow streets of Rășinari offers an opportunity to discover traditional houses, and see local people and customs. In the center of the village, one can find the Ethnographic Museum, old and new churches, but also the houses where Emil Cioran and Octavian Goga lived. The village of Rășinari was designated in 2012 as one of “The most beautiful villages in Romania”.
Artisanal Cheese from Răşinari Region