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Explore Eastern Europe
Eastern Europe Tour

Eastern Europe is the eastern part of the European continent. There is no consistent definition of the precise area it covers, partly because the term has a wide range of geopolitical, geographical, cultural, and socioeconomic connotations. There are almost as many definitions of Eastern Europe as there are scholars of the region"

Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine, Russia, Moldova
Things to do
  • Prague Castle
  • Charles Bridge
  • State Hermitage Museum
  • The Moscow Kremlin
  • Buda Castle
  • Hungarian Parliament Building
  • Red Square
  • Old Town Square
  • St Basil’s Cathedral
  • St Vitus Cathedral
  • Fisherman’s Bastion
  • Bran Castle
  • Prague Astronomical Clock
  • Matthias Church
  • Peterhof
  • Szechenyi Thermal Bath
  • Peles Castle
  • Palace Of Parliament
  • Main Square
  • Bratislava Castle
  • Margaret Island
  • Nevsky Avenue
  • The Royal Castle Warsaw
  • Warsaw Old Town
  • St Mary’s Basilica
  • Russian Museum
  • Old Town Hall
  • The cuisine of Eastern Europe is a blend of hearty peasant dishes—groaning bowls of steaming dumplings, sauerkraut perfuming the air, beet soup striking a colorful pose—alongside elegant gourmet offerings like precious little appetizers and fancy tortes
  • In both comfort foods and more complex dishes, the ingredients are always simple. It's the preparation and sauces that set them apart
  • Eastern European cuisine has been forged by the natural resources of the region that find their way into many recipes
  • Food costs vary as wildly as accommodation costs. Cheap fast food meals cost 9–15 euros, while restaurants meals cost around 15–25 euros
  • In Eastern Europe the attractions tickets are cheap as compare to Western Europe for example: Prague Castle Ticket cost 10 - 12 EUR per adult, Entrance fee to Matthias church in Budapest is 6 EUR to 8 EUR per person
  • Schengen visa refers to the EU passport-free zone that covers most of the European countries. It’s the largest free travel area in the world
  • The Schengen visa is the most common visa for Europe
  • Most Eastern European countries can be visited visa-free by many nationals, simply with a passport with at least six months between its expiration date and your intended date of departure from the region.
Season to Visit
  • March
  • April
  • May
  • September
  • October
  • November

Typical Duration to Visit
  • 06-09 days

Known For
  • Old Towns
  • Coasts and Beach
  • Castle and Palace
  • Mountain and Hiking
  • Historical Sites
  • Spectacular Scenery
  • Nightlife
  • Food and Drinks
  • Outdoor Activities
  • Art Collection
  • Folk and Traditional Culture
  • Jewish Heritage
  • Relics of Communism
  • Comtemporary Architecture
Areas to Visit


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