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amazing and cheap destinations to visit in eastern europe
Traveling has become very easy and cheap. People prefer using airlines far more than the traditional way of transport (bus or train), which is why fights have never been cheaper. The infrastructure has become so advanced that every spot on the planet is reachable. Although some flights may take a bit longer, the journey is always worth it.
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The world is full of wonders and beautiful places to visit. But, there are some hidden gems that no one talks about and they are not that famous globally. They are also extremely cheap and don’t require a great travel budget. Eastern Europe is full of those. So, with that thought in mind, here is a small list of beautiful cities in Eastern Europe that are worth a visit and will leave you breathless.
Budapest is one of the best cities not just in Hungary, but in Europe. The medieval look is breathtaking and there are numerous castles to visit. The baths are also very popular, as you can enjoy a nice hot bath on the outside during winter. You can also take a boat trip down the Danube River and sightsee the city with a nice wind breeze.
Serbia’s capital is worth a visit if you want to see what hospitality and great party life look like. Belgrade is famous for its numerous restaurants and it’s crowned as one of the cities with the best night-life in Europe. The architecture in Belgrade is breathtaking and there are many fortresses and shopping centers that you must visit.
Zagreb is full of history lessons and great architecture. The capital lies in the heart of Croatia and is full of beautiful churches and parks. The Zagreb Cathedral is astonishing and the Upper Town has narrow roads with historic surroundings and captivating buildings. While we are in this section, Plitvice Lakes is on a 2-hour-drive from the city and it is one of the best places to visit in the country.
Ohrid, North Macedonia
Our top contender in this article is called The European Jerusalem. Ohrid is a small tourist city in North Macedonia. It lies on approximately 700 meters above sea level and it is home to one of the biggest and oldest natural lakes in the world – the Ohrid Lake. There are many things that you can do in this small city. History tells us that in the past, Ohrid had 365 churches – one for each day of the year. You can read more information about the lake and the city by following this link.