First stop will be at Bigar Waterfall. This small waterfall (7-8 m) became famous after was voted the most beautiful cascade in the world, according to TheWorldGeography.com .
Next stop is the Danube. After crossing 6 countries and 4 European capitals, the Danube enters Romania, but not anyhow: the Danube is forming here, in Southern Banat, its biggest Gorge. This gorge is also the natural border between Romania and Serbia. We’ll visit the most spectacular part of the Gorge – The Iron Gates. The narrowest two sectors are called “the boilers” – and we’ll find out why is this.
Time for lunch in a restaurant on the Danube’s shore.