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5 Eastern European Cities To Visit This Spring

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Just got your tax back and looking for an adventure? Here’s our top 5 Eastern European cities to visit this
spring.

If you’re looking for a cheap getaway this spring, then you can’t go far wrong by checking out some of the destinations in Eastern Europe. These cities continuously rank at the top of the polls for the some of the cheapest short breaks around, and although you’ll be cutting costs, you won’t miss out on any of the amazing sights, culture and food.

Here are five of the best Eastern European cities to choose from:

Warsaw, Poland

Rich in history – although not all of it worth celebrating – Warsaw was virtually destroyed in World War 2 but in recent years has had somewhat of a renaissance, attracting travellers from across the world to view its restored and diverse architecture showing just how far Poland has come.

Vilnius, Lithuania

Although the largest city in Lithuania, it’s relatively small footprint makes it compact enough to see pretty much everything you want to in 48 hours, yet there is still plenty of diversity to satisfy all tastes.

The old town – set out just as it was in the middle ages – is great for the curious traveller who likes to wander. One particular highlight is the quirky Uzupis neighbourhood, a self-declared ‘republic’ of artists and free-thinkers where you’ll find a number of good restaurants and bars.

Budapest, Hungary

Where once Prague was the Eastern European destination of choice, Budapest seems to have taken its crown in recent years as bargain hunters flock to enjoy one of the most affordable destinations around. With stunning architecture, idyllic green spaces and of course, the beautiful Blue Danube, you’ll barely have to spend a penny with the amount of sights there are to see.

Riga, Latvia

Riga is a fairytale destination with beautiful, colour washed buildings and cobbled streets, yet behind this sedate facade lies a hip, contemporary city with a vibrant, thriving nightlife scene.

Although you may not expect it from an Eastern European city, Riga is only a short drive away from a stunning white sand beach, if you are after a bit of rest and relaxation.

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Situated on the shimmering waters of the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is one city which attracts millionaires in their luxury yachts as well as bargain hunting holidaymakers who are looking for great value for money. The views of the old town,
surrounded by its ancient city walls, are simply breathtaking.

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