The best road in the world, according to the editors of BBC Top Gear, who took a drive test here.
The Danube Delta is a 2,100 sq miles wildlife reserve, home to 160 kinds of fish and 300 species of birds.
The Carpathian Mountains are a densely forested mountainous area, with lots of resorts and interesting places to explore.
The Palace of Parliament ranks as the biggest office building and second-largest building in the world, after the U.S. Pentagon.
Visiting monasteries is a unique and emotional experience, and Romania has plenty of monasteries to choose from.
The city built on water. No matter how many times you've seen it in the movies, there's nothing like the real thing.
Țuica is an alcoholic drink made from plums, and the official drink of Romania.
Opened in 1879, this is one of the oldest beer houses in Bucharest, where traditions have remained unchanged by the passing of time.
145 tonnes of lemons and oranges and 230,000 visitors make up the Fête du Citron or The Lemon Festival in South of France.
This famous, and probably the oldest festival in Venice attracts millions of visitors from around the world each year.
One of the top honeymoon destinations in Europe, Italy has always attracted couples, with its fascinating cities and culture.
Greece is highly recommended for a honeymoon, with more than one hundred islands to choose from and with some of the most idyllic places in the world.
Estonia is a country worthy to be taken into consideration for that romantic getaway you’re planning.