The Danube Delta is crossed by the parallel of 45 ° N latitude and the meridian of 29 ° longitude E. It is limited to the south west by the Dobrogea plateau, flows into the Black Sea in the east and in the north forms the border with Ukraine. It is the second in size of the European Deltas. The Danube Delta has been classified as a biosphere reservation and as a national park. The Danube Delta has 5050 km² with Razim Sinoe lagoon complex, of which 732 km² belong to Ukraine, assuming that the Romanian Delta has an area of 2,540 km².
In and around the national park are a lot of tourism attractions such as:
- “Gura Portiţei” – the land between the sea and the delta
- The Orthodox Church “Buna Vestire” in Tulcea, build in 1869, historic monument
- George – the last wild beach in the Danube Delta
- Azizyie Mosque (Mosque of Sultan Abdulaziz) of Tulcea, representative place of the Muslim community built in 1863, a historical monument
- Caraorman Forest – “black forest”
- Histria, Greek city (ruins) located on the administrative territory of Istria, in Constanta County;the oldest city attested in the present territory of Romania.
- Vişina archaeological dig
- Musura firth