The oldest train rail in Romania was built in 1863 between Anina and Oravita. The *Semeringul Banatean* steam train crosses 14 tunnels and 10 viaducts offering slow and amazing scenic views of the area, to say the least!
After the train ride, we venture in Semenic National Park to go looking for a natural wonder renowned for its beauty in the world – Bigar Waterfall.
Reservations: at least two weeks in advance (in exceptional cases, please contact us), you will be picked up from your hotel in Timisoara
Services included: transfer (air conditioned car) to Anina, Bigar Waterfall and back, tour guide, train ticket with snack and water bottle, entrance fee to the waterfall, parking ticket
Please note: this trip is available for a group of max. 4 people (in case of more people, please contact us, we can organize a smaller bus), proper equipment is necessary: backpack, umbrella, waterproof clothing and medicines if needed. We offer a group discount
Price: 70 € / Person
We drive 2,5 hours from Timisoara to arrive at Anina train station. On our way, we will stop in Carasova, an old Croatian ethnic village for a short walk to see village life in Semenic National Park.
The oldest railway in Romania is not electrified – so prepare for slow scenery on a steam train ride! Known as Semeringul Banatean, the Oravita-Anina steam train goes through open plains, rolling hills, viaducts and tunnels in Semenic National Park, offering spectacular views of the wild, open area and a great way for you to relax and let your mind wander!
The Bigar Waterfall has achieved international fame as one of Romania’s top attractions! The small streams running on moss and soft grass that miraculously grows on rock create a unique scene you will never forget!