Eastern Europe

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One Day in Brasov Itinerary: A Day Trip from Bucharest

Brasov Sign on a Mount Tampa

Planning a one day in Brasov itinerary is an excellent way to see one of Transylvania’s most beautiful towns and enjoy the gorgeous scenery that lies in the Carpathian mountains. One of the highlights of visiting Romania, Brasov is known to be the jumping-off point for visiting some of the region’s most imposing castles. The town itself is filled with incredible history and a wonderful atmosphere that makes it a … Read More

The Perfect 5 to 7 Days in Romania Itinerary

Peles Castle

Planning a perfect Romania itinerary can be a bit overwhelming – especially when you consider the size and off-the-beaten-path nature of this southeastern European nation. However, spending 5 to 7 days in Romania is a delightful way to see a lot of this gorgeous country. From the cosmopolitan streets of Bucharest to the mountains and castles of Transylvania to the shores of the Black Sea, Romania is a fascinating and … Read More

The Perfect 1, 2 or 3 Days in Bucharest Itinerary

The Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest

Nicknamed by many as ‘the Paris of the East,’ the Romanian capital of Bucharest is easily one of Eastern Europe’s most unique, beguiling cities to visit. If you’re currently going through the process of designing your own Bucharest itinerary, then you’re probably figuring out whether you want to spend 1, 2, or 3 days in Bucharest.  Boasting lovely weather for much of the year, fascinating architecture, delicious food and drink, … Read More

The Ultimate 2-Week Eastern Europe Itinerary: 6 Great Routes

3 days in Tallinn itinerary

Planning the perfect Eastern Europe itinerary when you only have a finite number of days or weeks to play around with can be a head-spinning and frustrating undertaking. It’s only until you sit down and pull out a map (or, more realistically, open up Google Maps) that you realise how vast this region of the continent is and how much there really is to see. Do you want to head … Read More