Keila Waterfall, Estonia
Keila Waterfall can be found on Keila River in Harju County in Estonia. Standing at six metres high and tens of metres wide, this is the third largest waterfall in Estonia and one of the most beautiful in Europe.
Cascata Delle Marmore, Umbria, Italy
Created by the ancient Romans, the Cascata Delle Marmore stands at 165m high, making this the tallest man-made waterfall in Europe.
Rhine Falls, Northern Switzerland
The Rhine Falls is the largest waterfall in Switzerland, standing at 23 metres high and 150 metres wide, and is located on the High Rhine.
Plitvice Waterfalls, Croatia
Nestled among the Plitvice Lakes National Park, you can find this stunning array of waterfalls. This is the oldest and largest national park in Croatia and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye, Scotland
The Fairy Pools on the Isle of Skye in Scotland is a popular tourist hotspot and attracts photographers and walkers from across the globe. This is hands down one of the most magical places in Scotland, and in the United Kingdom.
Bigar Waterfall, Caras-Severin, Romania
This waterfall is almost like something from out of this world. The moss and the stone form a liquid veil and is known as “the miracle from the Minis Canyon” by the locals. Located in the Anina Mountains on the Mini River, this waterfall is the most famous attraction from Caras-Severin, one of the most stunning counties in Romania.
Skógafoss Waterfall, Iceland
Skógafoss Waterfall is located on the Skógá River and is a popular attraction for tourists and hikers. This is a truly unforgettable sight to see and a definite item to add to the list of things to visit when you take a trip to Iceland!