Tours & Routes
Traveling along TRANSROMANICA means visiting outstanding Romanesque heritage sites.
It means following in the footsteps of important historical figures.
It means experiencing cultural events.
It means enjoying regional dishes and wines.
It means getting in touch with people.
It means being active and exploring nature.
Here, you will find travel and route suggestions from all our TRANSROMANICA regions that will make you want to explore them. Or flip through our virtual Travel Magazine here.
Your TRANSROMANICA Short Trip in Germany
Discover the Cathedral City by the Elm and explore the fantastic Romanesque heritage of Königslutter Imperial Cathedral and Braunschweiger Land.
Discover the Romanesque heritage in Halberstadt and Quedlinburg along the Northern loop of the ‘Straße der Romanik’ (Route of the Romanesque).
Your TRANSROMANICA Short Trip in Slovakia
Your TRANSROMANICA Short Trip in Portugal
Your TRANSROMANICA Short Trip in Carinthia
Your TRANSROMANICA Short Trip in Serbia
Discover the majestic monasteries of the old “Raška school” which partly belong to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites and visit Kraljevo and the town of Raška.
Discover the majestic monasteries of the old “Raška school” which partly belong to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, visit Kraljevo, the town of Raška and Novi Pazar with its beautiful Romanesque heritage.
Your TRANSROMANICA Short Trip in Spain
Discover the the beautiful Romanesque heritage of the region of Castile, visit the majestic Monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos and listen to some Gregorian chant.
Your TRANSROMANICA Short Trip in France
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TRANSROMANICA Short Trip to Paray-le-Monial and along the Romanesque Ways in the South of Burgundy
Discover the majestic heritage along the Romanesque ways in the south of Burgundy and visit stunning Semur-en-Brionnais, the historical capital of Brionnais and one of the so-called “most beautiful villages of France”.
Your TRANSROMANICA Short Trip in Italy
Your TRANSROMANICA Short Trip in Romania
Visit the Roman-Catholic Cathedral of Saint Michael. It is the most valuable architectural monument of Transylvania, marking the late Romanesque architectural style and representing a great example in this respect for the Eastern Europe.