is a little off the beaten path but this Eastern European country is worth a trip, and these aerial views prove why!
The DANUBE RIVER
flows from Germany's Black Forest to the Black Sea where it forms the DANUBE DELTA
- The second largest and best preserved delta in Europe.
Best known for being home to Dracula, TRANSYLVANIA
is also home to 40% of Europe's wolf and bear population.
Romania's authentic ARCHITECTURE
provides a fitting atmosphere for the region's age-old myths and legends.
More than half of the CARPATHIAN MOUNTAINS
lie in Romania, where there are spruce forests that are home to brown bears, wolves and lynx.
The TRANSFAGARASAN HIGHWAY
is considered one of the best roads in the world. Gear heads love to drive down this winding 56-mile highway.BRASOV
is a historic destination that has a harmonious mash-up of traditional charm and modern city.LASI
, the second-largest city in Romania, is a leading center for social, artistic and academic life.
The BALEA WATERFALL
is one of the most famous waterfalls in Romania. Here, water cascades from over 225 feet.