Nature in Romania

Did you know that Romania is the most bio-geographically diverse country in Europe? Or that it conserves some of the few remaining virgin forests of Europe or the third highest biodiversity in the world, the Danube Delta? Learn more about nature in Romania.

The Carpathian Mountains: The Wildest Side of Europe

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Explore Romania's wild Carpathian Mountains, home to Europe's last virgin forests and the largest big carnivores populations of the continent.

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The Black Sea Coast: From Ancient Ruins to Modern Beaches

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The Black Sea is the busiest and most popular summer destination for Romanians. But, we have a few suggestions for you to discover its less commercial side.

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The Danube Delta: The Birds’ Paradise from Romania

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Uncover the Danube Delta, the third highest biodiversity area in the world, a UNESCO World Site and the youngest continental land in Europe.

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