In the medieval capital city of Tallinn in Estonia, you´ll find streets paved with cobbles and buildings covered in different colors.
Another major city in Estonia is the cultural capital Tartu. Estonia is the melting pot in Eastern Europe and you would not be surprised to see many different cultural influences there. Nevertheless, Estonia still has a rich heritage of its own unique culture.
You start exploring the country, you definitely should start with the romantic capital - Budapest. Situated on a beautiful stretch of the Danube, the city consists of two parts: Buda and Pest. Buda is the main part of the old town, paved with cobbled streets and medieval buildings whilst Pest is the newer business centre.
Said to be the heart of Europe, Hungary is a green land full of natural beauty combining National Parks and wildlife with many historic buildings and monuments.
Poland has been renowned about their warm hospitality of the people. In a land of vodka, remnants of the Second World War and the traditional dish bigos, communist influence can still be tasted in this beautiful country.
Besides the famous capital city – Warsaw, you will also be surprised by the sceneries in Pieniny Mountains and Dunajec Gorge.
Romania is best known as being the “Land of Dracula”. Being one of the ex-Communist country, a lot of the cultural heritage of Communism can still be found there.
If you are interested in castles, do not miss the regions of Transylvania and Maramures. Take a walk in the forest and stroll through the medieval towns Sinaia, as known as the the pearl of the Carpathians, and Brasov.
Make sure you pay a visit to Ceausescu’s Palace, located in Bucharest, the captial of Romania.
You´ll also find unique wooden churches and monasteries in the beautiful country.
A cruise on the Danube Delta is also a great way to see the wetland area in Eastern Europe.
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