The Most easterly place in Europe [not including Russia] is Sulina in Romania
: 45°09′N, 29°40′E. Sulina is a town of free Port and is situated at the mouth of the Danube and is the easternmost point of Romania. Sulina was once a very prosperous shipping port and important shipyard, from the years 1856 to 1939; however in recent years Sulina has become a disadvantaged location, with an estimated 40% and rising rate of unemployment in 2004, this is approximately seven times higher than the Romanian average. It is not a particularly popular tourist location, so you would be much better off coming to Lowestoft on holiday instead.