Places To Visit In Eastern Europe

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Here are the top 16 in Eastern Europe

1. Budapest

4.8 /5

1 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

Budapest, also called the 'Little Paris' of Middle Europe, is the largest city in Hungary. Budapest, the capital city of Hungary, has a diverse range of tourist attractions, from museums, galleries, churches and synagogues to ruin pubs, thermal baths and spas. Budapest has a rich culture and history...

2. Prague

4.5 /5

2 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

Regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in Central Europe and even the world, Prague is a city of rich history, remarkable architecture and rustic cobblestoned streets. Packed with tourist attractions, old-school cafes and lots of beer, Prague is the place for those who enjoy culture, sere...

3. Auschwtiz

4.4 /5

3 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

Auschwtiz is a town which is present in the lesser known parts of Poland . This place is famous for the Aushwtiz concentration camp which was is a concentration camps by the Germans during second world war. This place is accesible from a nearby area called as Krakow by the means of bus as well as by...

4. Moscow

4.3 /5

4 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

Moscow is Russia's capital, and its cultural, economic and political heart. It is the largest and the most populated city in Russia, and also a city of huge global influence. It is the country's biggest tourist destination, home to some of the most historic architectural works in the country.

5. St. Petersburg

4.3 /5

5 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

While St. Petersburg today is Russia's second most important and populated city, it was once the centre of political power in the country. The Tsarist capital of Russia, St. Petersburg is still home to the glorious heritage of the dynasty, reflected in it's museums, gardens and many stunning palaces...

6. Siberia

4.2 /5

6 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

The Siberian Federal District covers 30% area of its country, Russia. Holding over a dozen cities, Siberia boasts of the deepest lake in the world, Lake Baikal. Siberia is an ideal location for travellers who want to encounter with the untouched beauty of nature, mighty mountains, and unexplored eni...

7. Zagreb

4.1 /5

7 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

No other city glorifies culture and arts in Croatia like Zagreb. This capital city of the coastal country has a charm of its own, differentiating itself from the exotic beach towns and playful islands. Zagreb will not fail to fascinate you if you are a profound admirer of architecture, music, cinema...

8. Krakow

4.0 /5

8 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

Krakow being one of the largest and oldest cities of Poland, is a perfect place for a cheap and easy weekend getaway from Germany. One can opt for the free walking tours for their old town krakow tour and it is totally worth it. The main sightseeing spots of the Old town include the St Mary's Basili...

9. Pula

4.0 /5

9 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

Pula is a place that offers you a taste of its history, with a rich flavor of Roman and Venetian architecture. The rich history of the town that has seen multiple rulers, showcase a lot of monuments and architectural masterpieces that not only woo one's attention but also speak volumes about the rei...

10. Zadar

4.0 /5

10 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

As one of the quieter and subtle tourist destinations in Croatia, Zadar has seen a lot of growth in tourism in the past 3 years. Renowned for being less crowded while boasting of major tourist locations such as the Monument of the Sun, Zadar is still recognized as a vacation spot for solo travellers...

11. Warsaw

3.9 /5

11 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

Warsaw is the capital of Poland and is a part of the Mazovia plane. The city is an amalgamation of the old and the new, the traditional and the modern, in terms of its architecture. Interestingly, it is said that Warsaw, together with Paris, Frankfurt, London and Barcelona, has the greatest number o...

12. Rovinj

3.8 /5

12 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

Rovinj has an old-times charm as the city's major attraction. From the centuries old churches to medieval architecture and art, the city's beauty remains a hidden treasure due to the lack of tourism. The baroque buildings and the nearby nature parks add to the beauty of the region, while the turquoi...

13. Split

3.8 /5

13 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

Once a stop over point for visitors to nearby islands, Split is now a thriving tourist destination. The largest town in Dalmatia receives its tourists with a small town vibe, breathtaking sights, and welcoming locals. A big part of the city of Split resides within the ancient walls of a Roman palace...

14. Sochi

3.7 /5

14 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

Sochi is an idyllic seaside retreat that attracts hundreds of people to it each year, including celebrities and renowned politicians. In 2014, Sochi hosted the Winter Olympics, making it even more popular amongst tourists across the globe. The city is also called the Black Sea Pearl.

15. Makarska

3.6 /5

15 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

Makarska is a great place to be when travelling across the Makarska Riviera. The small city is surrounded by the Adriatic sea on one side and the Biokovo mountain ranges on the other side. The scenic beauty and the moderate temperatures make it a perfect family getaway during the weekends. Beautiful...

16. Hvar Island

3.8 /5

16 out of 16 Places To Visit in Eastern Europe

Laid-back Mediterranean vibe, fascinating turquoise coves, thriving nightlife, pristine beaches, aromatic fields of lavender and olives, and arresting views of authentic Croatian towns and villages- that's how the popular posh party island of Hvar presents itself to its visitors. This sunkissed isla...

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