Tour 13-day Maramureş Tour
Day 1 (110km): Start your Maramureş tour in Satu Mare and head east to Baia Mare, where you can visit the Butchers’ Bastion and Stephen’s Tower. A half an hour drive will take you to Şurdeşti and Plopiş, villages with impressive wooden churches, situated close to Şuior and Cavnic resorts, where you can spend the night.
Day 2 (1400km): Dedicate the day to exploring the wooden churches in Budeşti, Deseşti, Bârsana, Poienile Izei and Ieud before accommodating in Vişeu de Sus.
Day 3 (160km): Follow DN18 road to Sighetu Marmaţiei for a tour of the city and a visit to Maramureş Village Museum. On the way back to Satu Mare, you must stop in Săpânţa to experience the unique Merry Cemetery.
Tour 23-day Maramureş Tour
Day 1 (140km): Leave Baia Mare to visit the wooden churches in Şurdeşti, Plopiş and Deseşti. Head north to the famous Merry Cemetery of Săpânţa and then stop in Sighetu Marmaţiei, where you will find the Maramureş Village Museum.
Day 2 (60km): A short drive east on DN18 road will take you to Vişeu de Sus, where you can take a 5-hour mocăniţa ride on Vaser Valley.
Day 3 (140km): Start the day with a trip to Ieud, Poienile Izei and Bârsana, villages with beautiful wooden churches. Before returning to Baia Mare, relax in a salt-water pool in Ocna Şugatag.
Tour 35-day Maramureş Tour
Day 1 (115km): Dedicate the first part of the day to exploring Baia Mare and then head north to visit the Merry Cemetery of Săpânţa. Accommodate in Sighetu Marmaţiei after seeing the beautiful Maramureş Village Museum.
Day 2 (80km): DN18 road will take you to Vişeu de Sus, where you should not miss the 5-hour mocăniţa ride on Vaser Valley. After that, you can continue your route to Borşa, halting on the way to Moisei to see the Heroes Monument.
Day 3 (110km): Drive east to Cârlibaba and then stretch your legs by taking a hike in the spectacular Rodnei Mountains. Rest in a cosy pension in Sângeorz Băi.
Day 4 (165km): After a short tour of the resort, head to the chain of villages with wooden churches, some of which included on the UNESCO World Heritage List: Ieud, Poienile Izei, Rozavlea and Bârsana, where you can spend the night in a local’s house.
Day 5 (75km): Enjoy a relaxing morning swimming in the salt-water pool in Ocna Şugatag. On your way back to Baia Mare, visit the UNESCO wooden churches from Budeşti, Plopiş and Şurdeşti.
Tour 45-day Maramureş Tour
Day 1 (105km): After spending the first part of the day in Satu Mare, head north to Săpânţa to see the Merry Cemetery. Visit the Maramureş Village Museum in Sighetu Marmaţiei and stay in this town for the night.
Day 2 (80km): Take DN18 to Vişeu de Sus, the base for the 5-hour mocăniţa ride on Vaser Valley, and then end the day in Borşa.
Day 3 (110km): Discover the wealth of wooden churches in the villages of Ieud, Poienile Izei, Rozavlea and Bârsana. Spend a relaxing afternoon in a salt-water pool in Ocna Şugatag.
Day 4 (50km): Visit the wooden churches from Deseşti and Budeşti and then head to Şuior, where you can spend the day hiking or paragliding in Gutâi Mountains, taking boat rides and fishing in Lake Bodi.
Day 5 (110km): Make a detour to Şurdeşti and Plopiş to admire their wooden churches and then take a tour of Baia Mare before returning to Satu Mare.
Tour 57-day Maramureş Tour
Day 1 (105km): Spend the first part of the day in Satu Mare and then take DN19 road north to Săpânţa to see the Merry Cemetery. Visit the Maramureş Village Museum in Sighetu Marmaţiei and accommodate here for the night.
Day 2 (80km): Follow DN18 to Vişeu de Sus, the starting point for the 5-hour mocăniţa ride on Vaser Valley, and then end the day in Borşa.
Day 3 (110km): Head east to Cârlibaba village, from where you can start a hike in Rodnei Mountains. After a day outdoors, rest in a cosy pension in Sângeorz Băi.
Day 4 (165km): After a short tour of the resort, explore the chain of villages with wooden churches (Ieud, Poienile Izei, Rozavlea and Bârsana), where you can spend the night in a local’s house.
Day 5 (50km): Relax in the salt-water pool in Ocna Şugatag and then head to Deseşti to admire the UNESCO wooden church. Spend the rest of the day in Mogoşa, hiking or paragliding in the surrounding mountains, taking boat rides and fishing in Lake Bodi.
Day 6 (40km): After visiting the wooden churches in Şurdeşti and Plopiş, head to Cavnic, the small ski resort where you can have fun summer skiing or hiking.
Day 7 (100km): Spend the day in Baia Mare and explore the city’s Butchers’ Bastion and Stephen’s Tower before heading back to Satu Mare.
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