Getting Around Eastern Europe – Tips to Save Money and Reduce the Hassle

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Eastern Europe is filled with newly-popular destinations, and you might not think getting from place to place would be complicated, but it usually is. Cristina Puscas is a native travel writer who offers expert advice on how to do it cheapest and best.

6 Reasons to Visit Romania

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Sitting at the crossroads of old trade routes that linked Western Europe with the Far East, Romania confuses at first with its … latinity. The mix of Orient and Occident is specific to this country and it sets Romania apart from her Eastern European colleagues.

Beyond Prague: Off the Beaten Path Experiences in the Czech Republic

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There’s more to the Czech than Prague and Jennifer Miller spent about a month and a half discovering it. Join her and experience the “real” Czech Republic, from caves to castles, absinthe to beer, not to mention the deepest abyss in Eastern Europe.

Impressions of Sarajevo

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It’s hard to imagine how people in Sarajevo can still smile after all they have been through. Nicolas De Corte went to went over to have a taste of a city of which the history is filled with war, war and more war.

Eight Reasons to Move Albania to the Top of Your Travel List

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Never heard of Albania? Jessica Hoolko gives us eight reasons to put the beautiful Balkan state at the top of our travel wish-list.

A Whirlwind Tour of Bucharest, Romania

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Ciaran John had visited many of the famous sites of Romania on previous visits to the country but had always been discouraged from visiting the capital by his Romanian friends. On his last visit he finally managed to to get a brief peek at Bucharest.

Impressions of Tirana, Albania

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When you’re in love with the Balkans and you want to stay off the beaten track, where do you go? Indeed, Albania. And so Nicolas went…

Romping through the Rhodopi in Southern Bulgaria

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Southern Bulgaria’s Rhodopi Mountains are mostly pristine because they are hardly visited. Marisa Galitz takes us on a tour.

Impressions of Bucharest, Romania

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Some people hate Bucharest and others instantly fall in love with it. Nicolas De Corte belongs to the second category and tried to get a decent idea of the city.

Passing Time in Skopje – Macedonia, Europe

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Anne-Sophie Redisch wonders whether Europe's least known capital has the potential to become the next undiscovered gem. Possibly, once stricter rules on littering are enforced.