1. The Scarisoara Ice Cave
This cave is home to one of the largest underground glaciers in the world, with ice formations that date back over 3,500 years.
2. Cheile Nerei National Park
This park is home to some of the most pristine and untouched wilderness areas in Romania, with stunning waterfalls, canyons and rock formations.
3. The Sphinx and Babele
These rock formations in the Bucegi Mountains resemble a sphinx and a series of mushroom-shaped rocks.
4. The Blue Lake of Baia Sprie
This stunning lake in the Maramures region of Romania is known for its crystal-clear blue waters, which are caused by the high concentration of minerals in the water.
5. The Mud Volcanoes of Berca
These unique geological formations are created by natural gas that bubbles up through the earth's crust, causing mud to spew out of the ground.
6. The Danube Delta
This unique wetland area is home to over 300 species of birds and is one of the largest and most biodiverse river deltas in the world.
7. The Turda Gorge
This stunning canyon in the Apuseni Mountains is known for its sheer cliffs and crystal-clear waters.
8. The Bigar Waterfall
This waterfall is known for its unique shape, with water cascading over a moss-covered rock formation.
9. The Retezat Mountains
This mountain range is known for its stunning alpine lakes and untouched wilderness areas.
10. The Bicaz Gorge
This narrow canyon is known for its sheer cliffs and stunning views, and is a popular spot for rock climbing and hiking.