The most beautiful cities in Eastern Europe
City of 100 towers
Prague is a wonderful travel destination and is ideal for a city break. The city is very easy to reach from Germany and is totally multifaceted.
Great sights like Prague Castle and Charles Bridge, and great beer are just a few of the many things we love about Prague.
So that you are perfectly prepared for your trip to Prague , you will find many helpful tips on hotels, sights and activities in Prague in our articles.
Capital on the Danube
According to paradisdachat, Budapest is also one of our absolute favorite cities in Eastern Europe.
Divided into two parts of the city, on the Buda side you will find historical sights such as Buda Castle , Fisherman ‘s Bastion and most of the thermal baths.
On the Pest side , the city is buzzing with life – especially in the Jewish Quarter with many stylish bars and clubs. But most of the shops and hotels are also on this side of Budapest.
Right on the Mediterranean
Dubrovnik offers a perfect mix of city and sea .
The Croatian Mediterranean city is so beautiful that it was even used as a filming location for the Game of Thrones series .
Here you will find great sights such as the Lovrijenak Fortress and the beautiful old town.
Dubrovnik also has a few fantastic beaches that you can reach on foot from the city center.
A city full of history
The capital of Poland is much more interesting and beautiful than you might think. If you don’t already have it on your list as a travel destination, you should definitely change that.
The old town of Warsaw is an absolute highlight and sights such as the Palace of Culture and Łazienki Park are also beautiful.
In addition, Warsaw – and Poland in general – has excellent food at reasonable prices. Perfect to fill your stomach!
Capital of Estonia
Tallinn totally surprised us as a city and we really liked it!
The entire old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is surrounded by a city wall. Top sights are the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and the Town Hall Square.
From the Olai Church you have a great view of the city and the creative center Telliskivi invites you to stroll.