Via Transilvanica has its last 135 km in the last part of Caraș-Severin county (starting from Crușovăț) and the rest in Mehedinți county, which we call Terra Romana. An area that has a unique climatic specificity in Romania, which has allowed the development of a breathtaking natural landscape. The history of the place, starting thousands of years ago, makes this territory a treasure waiting to be discovered. From tales of the Dacians and Romans, to treasures hidden in caves or underground, to the roads walked by the kings of Romania and even more recent stories with and about the people who live here, everything can be discovered by those who open their minds and souls. The Mehedinți Plateau offers a view worthy of an epic end to Via Transilvanica.
It is an area about which the locals know a multitude of legends and stories and which is perhaps the greatest treasure the hiker can find on this stretch of the trail. The ending in Drobeta Turnu-Severin proves once again that some places and stories can only be discovered by taking the country by foot!