Romania horse riding is mostly carried out in the Cross County Farm in Transylvania which is located right in the heart of the country. This farm is at a distance of 15kms from Sighisoara which is a 13th century citadel along with being the birth place of Vlad Tepes Dracula in Europe. The farm is encapsulated within the quite wooded hills of Transylvania which make it an ideal location for Romania horse riding. Even the closest village is at a distance of 2kms.
The horse riding in Romania is carried out in the mountains of Fagaras and Sighisoara for only a few hours in a day. The trip provides magnificent sights of the wild yet pure nature along with the innocent villagers of that area. Here there is the only opportunity to experience a way of life which is slowly but steadily vanishing from the face of the modern Europe as well as the Western world. The Romania horse riding provides this rare chance of exploring the secret land of Transylvania on horseback or on the horse-driven carriages.
The horse riding at Romania might as well include an encounter with the rarest varieties of horses. Even activities like ploughing with a horse, milking a cow, cutting hay by a scythe or making a horseshoe by hand at a forge can also be experienced while on a horse riding expedition.
The Romania horse riding trips also provide the opportunity to visit some of the famous tourist destinations like the Saxon citadel town of Sighisoara constructed in the medieval ages, the rich architecture of the Austro-Hungarian era, the Roman sculptures, the Borgo Pass and the Painted Monasteries of Byzantine.