Dive into Europe's diversity and discover its best bucket list-worthy natural wonders...
Cliffs of Moher, Ireland
The Cliffs of Moher stretch for five miles along the Atlantic coast of western Ireland, and offer visitors an intoxicating blend of terrifying heights and some of the world's most beautiful scenery.
Bigar Waterfall, Romania
Bigar Waterfall isn't one of the tallest or most powerful waterfalls in the world, but it sure is breath-taking. Full of delights and surprises, this natural wonder is a massive moss-covered rock that channels water in tiny streams around its base.
As Catedrais Beach, Spain
This stunning beach is a marvel of tide-carved arches and caves. During high tide most signs of the arches disappear, so when the tide is low visitors can wander the sandy beach, exploring a natural architecture that rivals anything ever built by human hands.
Blue Grotto, Italy
Capri's Blue Grotto resembles something from a fairy-tale. The sea cave offers a hidden world of brilliant color. Light filtering through underwater holes in the cave gives the water a brilliant bright blue glow that seems to shimmer.
Austria's Eisriesenwelt is the world's largest accessible ice cave. This wonderland of blue ice and sparkling frost crystals is open late-spring until mid-autumn and requires warm clothing even on the hottest summer days.