Looking at the Romania River Map, it seems rivers wove a web across the country. Almost all rivers in Romania spring from the Carpathians and spill directly or indirectly into the Danube.
Of all rivers, the most important is undoubtedly the Danube River. It stretches for 1,075 km on Romanian territory, almost 30% of its full length. Its flow also marks the borders with Serbia, Bulgaria and Hungary.
Other rivers worth mentioning are: Olt, Mureș, Someș, Prut, Siret, Ialomița, Argeș. There is a total of 3,500 rivers in Romania, the majority of them small and medium.