The Turda Gorges are in the Transylvania region of Hungary, an area best known for its associations with Dracula.
It's considered one of the country's most scenic landscapes with its almost 3,000 meter long main canyon, with walls up to 300 meters high in places. The area is rich in wildlife, with over 1,000 animal and plant species found here, including almost 70 types of butterfly.
The gorge offers plenty of strenuous and scenic hiking trails, and is also popular with mountaineers. The area has opportunities for other adventure sports too, and mountain biking, paragliding and caving are all popular in this beautiful landscape.