8 Places in Eastern Europe You Must See At Least Once

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Eastern Europe has recently become a hotspot for tourists from all around the world. While there are destinations suggested by travel agents, the best places are always hidden away… Add these amazing Eastern jewels to your next trip and you will not regret it.

 

 

Ruin Bars In Budapest, Hungary
The trend for ruin bars which are literally bars in abandoned buildings, started in the early 2000’s. Young people were looking for a place to chill and enjoy a drink without spending lots of money. Nowadays, they have turned to network of underground bars filled with the trendy crowd. As drinking culture is generally a part of any tourist trip, Budapest definitely scores high with its fashionable ruin bars.

 

 

Dracula castle in Transylvania, Romania
The Dracula legend is a huge part of Romanian culture and has left its trace in pop culture via vampire movies. The two most popular castles in Transylvania are located near the picturesque Romanian town of Brasov. These two castles are very different in style and atmosphere. Peles castle – suitable for a king with themed rooms and extravagant interior versus Bran castle which will take you back in time and make you feel the bloodthirst behind the walls.


Rynok Square in Lviv, Ukraine
Ukraine has recently become one of the most popular destinations in Eastern Europe. There are many places which attract tourists like the Chernobyl exclusion zone, Kyiv night life and the wonderful beaches of Odesa. There is however one place which has become new hot spot for locals and tourists alike. Rynok Square which simply means Market is surrounded by picturesque colorful houses with a beautiful Town Hall in the center. You can climb to the top of the Town Hall tower to get a great view of the city.

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