Top 5 Travel Destinations in Eastern Europe

Top 5 Travel Destinations in Eastern Europe

Looking for an incredible travel experience?

Check out Eastern Europe! Many people overlook this area of the world when choosing a spot to vacation.

Don’t miss out on the beautiful landscape and rich culture you will find on this side of the map.

5 Places to Vacation in Eastern Europe

Visit one of the more unexplored areas of the world. East Europe takes you off the beaten path for unique travel experiences.

Visit one of these 5 Incredible places!

    1. The Eastern Carribean

Though many of the Caribbean Islands are considered independent states, you can consider them as part of Eastern Europe as Britain governs Anguilla and Montserrat. Eastern Caribbean cruises are great for the adventuring types!

many of the British Virgin Islands offer uncharted territory without the development of other popular destinations. They offer coral-filled water and unmarked roads and a less touristy feel.

    1. Prague

Visit Prague for a millennium worth of historical sites. Prague Castle, the astronomical clock, Charles Bridge, and St. Vitus Cathedral will take you back in time and blow your mind with beauty.

This well preserved Czech Republic capital knows how to shed light on their rich culture. For 4 days during the fall, you can enjoy the Prague Signal Festival.

This event lights up the city, honoring both old and modern culture. Book your trip for October, so you can party in the streets with the locals at this incredible event!

    1. Transylvania

Though horror buffs may mark this part of Romania on their bucket list, there are many reasons to visit this beautiful city that have nothing to do with Dracula. This city offers gorgeous sites and a well-preserved history.

Home to beautiful Carpathian Range hiking trails, adventurers will love both the challenge and the view. Within the city limits, Saxon villages house over 150 fortified churches that will transport you through time.

    1. Moscow

Visit this city to experience Russian culture at its finest. Moscow is art!

Time your visit to attend a Victory Day parade at the Red Square for an immersive experience. Even if you miss that event, the buildings will wow you with a colorful fairytale feel.

Other places to visit here include the Moscow Museum of Art, the Bolshoi Theater, and Tverskaya Street. Russians often carry a harsh reputation, so let this city captivate you and change your perception.

    1. Krakow

This Polish city serves as the cultural hub, presenting architecture from the Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque eras! As you traverse your way through Krakow, you will enjoy old European charm on one street and Medieval darkness on the next.

The Jewish Quarter, Wawel Castle, and Krakow’s Market Square immerse you in history. Enjoy the Polish cuisine, as many of this city’s restaurants both preserve the traditional recipes and infuse modernity.

Adventurers can find fun here too! Spelunk the Wieliczka Salt Mines to discover natural cave terrain and hidden chapels!

Check Out a Concert on Your Trip

You will not regret traveling to Eastern Europe. Whether you enjoy history, festivals, or adventure, you will find a unique experience for everybody to enjoy.

For the ultimate vacation experience, book your trip around your favorite concert tour! Check out our tour reviews!

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