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Things To Do In Eastern Europe

  • Travel To Moscow & St. Petersburg
  • Dubrovnik Ancient City
  • Enjoy Prague & The Czech Republic

Eastern Europe Travel Information

   Eastern Europe Travel Information

The region of Eastern Europe is an extremely large continent that consists of many different countries, languages and cultures.  Although the countries that make up Eastern Europe have changed, the one constant that defines Eastern Europe is that all the countries that make up Eastern Europe were once behind the Iron Curtain.  It is this political boundary which defines this region even more than its physical boundaries.  These countries are still considered Eastern European even though they are now evolving into new forms of government control and economic ideologies.  To travel through this historic region of the world gives the traveler a true feeling of the word "Old Country".  As some of the cities and villages that make up this amazing region have not evolved much in 100's of years.  It is in these small towns where traditional family ideologies continue to exist and are passed on from generation to generation.  The most widely visited regions of Eastern Europe include The Baltics, East Central Europe and the Balkans.

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The Czech Republic packs a sizeable punch for a small country; from its fairytale castles and medieval towns, to elegant spa resorts and scenic national parks. There are plenty of national parks, breweries, vineyards, castles, museums, and much, much more across the entire landscape, which means any traveler will find it difficult to take in all the sights in just one trip.  Start your trip by heading off the beaten path into such spots as Cesky Drumlove, Telc or explore the cave monastery near Karlstejn Castle.  If you love wine, you can discover the Mutenice region, home to some of the fine vintages in Europe. 

Poland is a country rich in history and one of the most stable and affluent countries in the world.  While visiting Poland, you will be amazed by the lovely scenery of its mountains, with great skiing in the wintertime.  In the summertime, travel to the Baltic Coast and stay at one of the bustling beach resorts. The Baltic coast has some excellent sandy beaches, as well as the Slowinski National Park with its ethereal forests, bogs and sand dunes. In the northeast part of Poland, there are the Great Malsurian Lakes, a playground for boat enthusiasts with hundreds of pristine lakes broken up by dense forest.  The country of Romania lies in South-Eastern Europe, bordering Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Hungary, Ukraine, Moldavia, and the Black Sea.  Romania is a beautiful place to visit due to its varied and beautiful countryside.  Romania is a land of contrasts between old and new.  The Old World of Romania is a vast museum of ancient churches, monasteries, folk art and feudal castles located in the Carpathian Mountains.  The New World of Romania is embodied by the Parliament Palace, a vast subway network of Bucharest and the rapidly adopted Western lifestyles of its towns and cities.

Serbia is a beautiful country located in southeast Europe along the Balkan peninsula.  Serbia is a progressive country and is becoming a popular tourist destination with its fascinating history, dynamic culture, medieval architecture, natural beauty and outdoor recreation. Belgrade is the capital and the largest city in Serbia. On the confluence of the Sava and Danube Rivers, this multi-cultural city is the perfect gateway to traveling in southeast Europe and the Balkans with its ideal geographical location.  Russia is officially known as the Russian Federation, and is the world's largest country, spanning through the majority of Eastern Europe.  With the dissolution of the Soviet Union visitors have a fresh opportunity to explore a vast array of exciting and ancient cultures.  From the glittering imperial Russian Palaces of St. Petersburg to the timeless village life of Siberia and Irkutsk, Russia offers something to be enjoyed by everyone.