Less crowded than Western Europe on any given day yet equally alluring and atmospheric, the capitals of Eastern Europe are, at last, gaining recognition for their array of sights and understated charm. Foodies seeking unique travel inspiration will appreciate Eastern Europe’s distinctive cuisine while art lovers will find a wealth of museums and galleries to inspire and motivate. Whether already planning your next European getaway or simply looking for future vacation ideas, any of these six cities promises an enriching experience:
ShutterstockTallinn, Estonia |
Named as the 2012 European Capital of Culture, Tallinn is at last gaining recognition for its trove of itineraries and enchanting atmosphere. Stroll through World Heritage-listed Old Town and enjoy the rich juxtaposition of medieval design and modern cafés and art galleries. Kadriorg Palace, built by Peter the Great as a summer home, is another must-see and is also home to the Foreign Art Museum.
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