Top 5 Cities To Be Travelled in Eastern Europe

Jonah Andersson 01/27/2015
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Top 5 Cities To Be Travelled in Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe has an allure very few people can understand. Packed with mysterious cities, a puzzling history and lots of cultural attractions, tourists will stumble upon incredible sights and unbelievable attractions on their travel itinerary to this mystifying part of the world. There’s some unique and exotic about Eastern Europe that should compel voyageurs to explore its territories, meet the people, and gaze at the surreal places of interest. Here are 5 cities best cities to see in Eastern Europe.

Budhapest
Budhapest

 

Budapest

Hungary’s capital and Eastern Europe’s largest city, Budapest was ranked the 7th most blissful place to start a life in Europe. This incredible metropolis is by far one of the world’s most diverse and idyllic cities to travel to. Budapest is a breathless city that will amaze travelers with its World Heritage Sites, parks and museums. Also known as the ‘Pearl of the Danube’, you cannot miss out the following attractions while here: Buda Castle Quarter, the Millennium Underground Railway, Heroes’ Square, and the geothermal springs. In fact, the springs are largest thermal water system in the world and the city’s coolest place of interest.

 

Krakow

Poland’s oldest city, Krakow, is also one of the most inspiring in Eastern Europe. According to historical data, there’s evidence that Krakow was built in 20,000 BC. Its charming old town, Stare Miasto, is the metropolis’s historical center. If you’re looking for accommodation and interesting restaurants to dine, this is the place to be. Krakow’s Old Town is packed with beautiful attractions and exceptional entertainment venues. Some of the city’s main attractions are: the Historic Center, Church of the Virgin Mary, Polish Aviation Museum, Wawel Cathedral, and numerous others.

Prague
Prague

 

Prague

Eastern Europe’s most famous city, Prague, prides itself with impressive places of interest. Covered in cathedrals, church domes, bridges and gold-tipped towers, Prague is a European jewel. The medieval center is an excellent spot to explore; it is characterized by walled courtyards, cobbled lanes, countless church spires and beautiful cathedrals. On the other hand, we have the modern part of Prague, where tourists will come across superb landmarks and plenty of entertainment opportunities. If you’re planning on seeing Czech Republic’s capital any time soon, make sure to include the following attractions on your itinerary: The Charles Bridge – Prague’s signature landmark, Old Town Square, The Prague Castle, and the Old Town Hall.

 

Riga

Latvia’s capital, Riga, is the largest and most imposing city in the Baltic States. Over the past few years, the beautiful metropolis has gone through many large-scale reinstatement projects. Old buildings were brought back to life and right now, Riga accommodates prevalent Art Nouveau architecture, the largest concentration in the world. International travelers are drawn by Riga because of its historical background, too. Praying goddesses and outlandish gargoyles embellish Riga’s 750 cultural buildings that are spread along its many boulevards. As for the Old Town, travelers will walk into a fairytale land, with wobbly lanes, welcoming people and fabulous street art. These are the places you cannot miss out on while in Riga: the Central Market, Riga Art Nouveau Centre, St. Peter’s Church and numerous others.

Moscow
Moscow

 

Moscow

No visit to Eastern Europe can be complete without stopping to see Moscow, Russia’s stunning capital city. Featuring over 1 million people, and filled with cultural, artistic and historic attractions, Moscow is a travel destination that will leave you speechless. The Kremlin is the city’s most imposing place of interest, which is the President’s main residence. Some other easily identifiable Russian attractions in Moscow are: St. Basil Cathedral, Lenin’s Mausoleum, Red Square, and the National Museum of Fine Art. According to official data, Moscow is also one of the world’s most expensive cities. It offers impressive nightlife and exceptional entertainment; several of its most famous clubs are Imperia Lounge, Soho Rooms and Krysha Mira where you may have to pay around 3,000 Euros to reserve a table.

Eastern Europe is crammed with exquisite cities and surreal attractions. Some have incomparable historical value; others are brand new and are waiting to be discovered. International tourists adore Europe because it’s so alluring and filled with magical venues and places of interest. Whether you want to see Prague and gaze at the cultural sights, or admire Riga’s modernity, there’s no doubt that Eastern Europe will exceed all your expectations.

 

Author Bio: William Taylor is a travelling freak who has travelled many destinations around the world. He also loves writing about his traveling experiences and the places he has explored. He writes for a site Baltic Travel Company which is Specialists in Baltic holidays, Eastern Europe, Scandinavia and the Nordics.

 

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