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A guide to Eastern European travel

Europe trips can be a cheap destination for a holiday in any time of the year. Whether you choose Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia or Hungary, the experience is going to be adventurous. Eastern Europe is famous for its relaxing resorts and beautiful cities with historic sites. Read this article and discover the basics for a vacation in Eastern Europe.

Where to go to Eastern Europe?

Most of the countries in Eastern Europe are cheap destinations perfect for those who travel on a tight budget. Eastern Europe is the favourite destination of youngsters and for those who want to gain an insight into the diverse culture and history of this region. Croatia tours Even if the war in the 90s and subsequent conflicts kept the tourists away from Croatia for several years, "the country of 1000 islands", as Croatia was named, revived in terms of tourism, hence becoming one of the biggest attractions of Europe. Croatia has it all - an outstanding coastline, ancient towns, ancient ruins, impeccable services and affordable prices. It is best to visit Croatia by car - drive along the rocky coastline and admire the beauty of the Adriatic Sea. Bulgarian seaside Bulgaria has gained popularity among tourists who want to spend a holiday at the seaside with a low budget. The resorts located on the shores of the Black Sea have flourished and became pearls of the Bulgarian coastline. From Balchik to Bourgas, you will find modern resorts, chic hotels and all inclusive services for the most demanding tourists. Romanian countryside Romania has breathtaking landscapes and hospitable people. If you want to spend a holiday in a genuine household, to taste freshly pressed wine and eat traditional dishes cooked from natural ingredients and vegetables grown in the garden, then you should visit Romania. Hungary’s thermal baths Besides the beautiful landscapes and the historic sites of Budapest, Hungary boasts with the thermal baths, which are worldwide famous. When visiting Hungarian capital, you should include a tour of the famous baths and a dinner at one of the local restaurants, where you should try the famous goulash stew.

When to go to Eastern Europe?

Eastern Europe region has diverse climates, which range from Mediterranean to alpine. Most of the tourists like to see this part of Europe from late spring until September. If you want to spend a holiday on the seaside resorts, you should choose July and August, because the weather is sunny and dry during these months. However, be prepared for crowds of tourists because midsummer is peak season in seaside resorts.

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