Cycling route EuroVelo 6 and EuroVelo 13

Cycling route

Maximum Elevation
1000 m
Minimum Elevation
200 m
70 km
10 minutes



In Romania EuroVelo 6, travels between Bazias and the Black Sea. You can start your Romanian experience cycling along the Danube through Bela Crkva/Naidas, or you can cross by boat at Moldova Veche. From Bazias to Drobeta Turnu-Severin you can enjoy a spectacular natural landscape formed over centuries by the river passing through the Banat Mountains. 

From Drobeta Turnu-Severin onwards the Danube flows along a large plain where you can enjoy relaxed riding in a peaceful landscape and experience warm greetings from the local people. From Calarasi, you have the option to follow the Danube to Tulcea and then to follow the Black Sea coast to Constanta - the main city at the Black Sea, or to go directly to Constanta and then to visit the Danube Delta when you are returning.

Public Transport and Bicycles in Romania
In Romania, bikes are allowed on Regio and InterRegio trains. Cyclists have to buy a bike ticket. The trains service every town and city. The Romanian rail network is the fourth-largest in Europe and very dense.
See the green logos on the map and the 'Public Transport' section below the map for a list of train stations, bus stations and mobility information centers in Romania along EuroVelo 6 - Atlantic-Black Sea!



In Romania, the itinerary of EuroVelo 13 crosses three of the country’s counties (Timiș, Caraș Severin and Mehedinți) and has a total length of 280 km. On the first section, cyclists ride through beautiful wine growing regions. The second part of the Trail in Romania links with EuroVelo 6 – Atlantic–Black Sea along the River Danube. Here you will experience the “Iron Gates”, a series of spectacular gorges formed as the Danube flows between the Carpathian and Balkan Mountains. Close to the Serbian city of Niš, cyclists will again cross the border into Romania and discover an attractive but more mountainous part of the country.