Incredible Eastern Europe
Going on vacation abroad, many tend to choose something poekzotichnee. But if does not appeal to many hours of flights, not beckon the lazy beaches and do not want to try the fried cockroaches and other food delikotesov YUAV, then as a route to travel should pay attention to the sights of Eastern Europe.
1. City Krakow (Poland)
Polish city of Krakow.
Krakow - the oldest, most beautiful and one of the most historically important Polish cities - mentioned in chronicles as early as the VII century. This city is famous for its interesting cultural heritage, and it is here you can see the best examples of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque.
2. Bran Castle (Romania)
The mysterious vampire castle.
Bran Castle is located in central Romania, is considered one of the worst castles in the world. According to legend, it belonged to Vlad III of, went down in history as Vlad the Impaler, or Dracula. It was his way of inspired Irish author Bram Stoker to write the world-famous Gothic novel "Dracula."
3. City of Tallinn (Estonia)
The city of Tallinn.
The capital and largest city in Estonia Tallinn - one of the most well-preserved cities in Europe. Old Town even listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And besides Tallinn is often called the Silicon Valley of Europe, because in this city the largest number of start-ups per capita in Europe.
4. The Khotyn Fortress (Ukraine)
Khotyn fortress is located on the right bank of the Dniester River in Khotyn in western Ukraine. This well-preserved medieval complex is known as one of the Wonders of Ukraine. The fortress has often been the site of filming of movies, including such well-known as "The Three Musketeers", "The Ballad of the Valiant Knight Ivanhoe", "Arrows of Robin Hood".
5. Uvac River (Serbia)
Uvac River in Serbia.
Uvac transboundary river, originating origins in southwestern Serbia and flows through the eastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Uvac Valley - an amazing place. Riverbed runs along the interesting curve, and consider it from the viewing platforms, which are in the vicinity of a few - a real pleasure. Here you can see a wide variety of animals, so a trip to the river Uvac is popular with nature lovers.
6. The Moravian Karst (Czech Republic)
The Moravian Karst.
In the Czech Republic a lot of interesting towns and attractions. And one of the highlights - the Moravian Karst Nature Reserve near the town of Blansko. This natural complex of caverns and 1100 gorges.
7. Minsk (Belarus)
Minsk - the capital of Belarus.
Minsk - the largest city and the capital of the Republic of Belarus. And although today there are fewer foreign tourists than other foreign capitals, in this city there is something to see. And yet Minsk really like young travelers, because there is the nightlife.
8. Brac Island (Croatia)
Separated from the mainland of Croatia is a very beautiful island of Brac. This island has a unique feature - the beaches, covered with white pebbles. And one more distinctive feature of the island - its unique shape. Silhouette of the island can be seen in many tourist brochures, and he became a symbol of Croatian tourism.
9. The Hill of Crosses (Lithuania)
The Hill of Crosses near Vilnius.
This unique place is located about 12 kilometers north of the Lithuanian city of Siauliai. Here you can see a lot of crosses, crucifixes, giant statues of the Virgin Mary. All this brought here Catholic pilgrims. It is believed that there is not less than 250 000 crosses.
10. St. Petersburg (Russia)
St. Petersburg - cultural capital of Russia.
The former capital of Russia (between 1713-1728 and 1732-1918), the city of St. Petersburg St. Petersburg is included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. In this city, 36 historic architectural complexes, about 4,000 monuments of architecture, history and culture. The city has 221 museums, 2000 libraries, more than 80 theaters, 100 concert halls, 45 galleries and exhibition halls. It's no wonder the St. Petersburg is called the cultural capital of Russia.