Life is short and the world is large. Get out there and see these seven wonders of Eastern Europe…
1. Experience what it is like to be a local citizen in Prague
Prague in the Czech Republic has a lot of interesting events including Bohemian Carnevale, this is the equivalent of Mardi Gras and is considered to be an international tradition. Another event that tourists should look into seeing is the St. Patrick’ s day, many Irish Pubs are going to present interesting contests for locals and the guests to make the event even more exciting.
2. Learn history during your travels
One Eastern Europe city that can leave an impressive mark on your travel is Warsaw in Poland. You need to take a walking tour to visit the historical sites like the Royal Route of Kings, take pictures of important monuments and churches. You will be able to gain access to Royal Castles, Gothic Structures, baroque palaces, and even tiered burgher’s houses. Check Old Town after being leveled after the Nazis left.
3. Get to experience fine dining in eastern Europe: Savor Polish cuisine
One of the best things in visiting places in Eastern Europe is the chance to experience a different type of cuisine than what you have at home. One food that you can try is the Polish food scrump as well as the Pierogis. If you like delicacies that are served to you steaming hot and slathered in butter as well as seasonal ingredients, cream and pastries then this is the place to go.
Polish meals are complex and intricate and they take time before they get served which is why most of the restaurants will feature festive meals. You would be glad to know that a lot of sacrifice and time have been used in order to present you with a one of a kind delicacy.
4. Be a patron of the arts while visiting Eastern European countries
Bratislava Castle in Slovakia should be included in your Eastern European travel, get to check the History Museum and the National Museum, they offer a large section devoted to art enthusiasts and they have a collection of approximately 3,500 paintings, prints provided by local and foreign artists, statues that have already been grouped according to them.
As an art lover get to check religious art, paintings, portraits including that of Maria Antoinette and Maria Theresa. Aside from that get to check Slovakian glassware, weapons, armors and helmets and impressive display of silverware collected from 17th until the 19th century.
5. Enjoy a waterfront promenade
People flock all over the world to get a chance to watch the sunset at Zadar, Croatia. It is said to be one of the best in the world, it is also filled with art installations and offer a series of tunnels.
6. Explore the night life scene of Eastern Europe
Attend the soundwave festival at Croatia and get to check the Bedouin-style Garden Grow bar, see performers like UB40 drummer James Brown and get a taste of what it feels like to explore the nightlife at Zadar. Make sure to go island hoping and visit other interesting sites like Ugljan, Dugi and Pag to scenic beaches.
Take a walking tour and explore the market scene and even the winding streets of the Eastern European country of your choice and get a taste of what it feels like to be a local citizen and be sure to take your camera with you.
7. What’s your favorite wonder to experience in Eastern Europe?
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