5 Places in Eastern Europe That Will Greatly Amaze You

More and more tourists are adding Eastern Europe to their itinerary and we think the answer is not far-fetched. 

Geographically, Eastern European countries consist of Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Poland, Republic of Kosovo, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovak Republic, and Slovenia.

Now we are going to put the spotlight on five of these countries and their hotspots- we guess you’ll make time to explore one of these places in the not too distant future.

1. Ruin Bars In Budapest, Hungary

Most of Budapest’s ruin bars are found in the city’s Seventh District, in what used to be abandoned factories or warehouses. From the outside, these bars look like normal Budapest townhouses; once you walk into the inner courtyard, however, the places are bustling with life and adorned with quirky decor. If you’re up for enjoying a beer in what feels a bit like your local junk shop, be sure to explore Budapest’s best ruin bars.

2. Sunset at Kotor, Montenegro

Kotor is in a recently founded Balkan Country, Montenegro. Montenegro is a mountainous country with a shore on the Adriatic Sea.

3. Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia
Croatia’s oldest and biggest national park, Plitvice is a four-season playground known for its pristine forests, stunning waterfalls, and dozens of turquoise lakes. To see it all, trek along the wooden pathways that twist through bright-green vegetation and past water rushing down limestone and dolomite rock. Along the way, keep an eye out for the park’s signature blue butterflies and the trout that populate the shallow waters.
4. Rynok Square in Lviv, Ukraine
No matter what you do at the market, if you walk around it, you will eventually reach the square. This is a lively leisure tourist plaza, surrounded by many restaurants. To remind you, no restaurant looks attractive enough. When we were there, the black building was under construction. Again, if you are at the market you will definitely miss it, and you will definitely get there eventually.
5. Dracula castle in Transylvania, Romania

Dracula, Bran Castle exudes Gothic charm, and has a vast and thrilling heritage, making it the perfect spot for those with an interest in history, or even just those who can appreciate some exquisite architecture and breath-taking views.

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