10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities
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10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities (Slideshow)

Author: Frank Holmes
Date Posted: February 15, 2022 Read time: 6 min

Not only is Eastern Europe growing in financial importance, but also as a travel destination. This area of Europe offers sights off the beaten path and can be less expensive to visit than the Western half of the continent.

10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities
10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities
10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities
10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities
10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities
10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities
10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities
10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities
10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities
10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities
10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities
10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities
10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities
10 of the Most Beautiful Eastern European Cities

Not only is Eastern Europe growing in financial importance, but also as a travel destination. This area of Europe offers sights off the beaten path and can be less expensive to visit than the Western half of the continent. These 10 cities are quickly becoming popular attractions with their unique architecture and histories as cultural capitals.

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Budapest, Hungary
10. Budapest, Hungary

Budapest, capital of Hungary, is home to the third largest Parliament building in the world, pictured above. Sitting on thermal springs, the city is known for its “bathing culture” dating back to Roman times with over 70 million liters of thermal water rising to the surface daily.

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9. Kiev, Ukraine
9. Kiev, Ukraine

Known as the “mother of Russian cities,” Kiev is the capital and largest city in Ukraine. Saint Andrew’s Church, pictured above, is one of the city’s many Baroque-style churches and popular tourist destinations. For visitors who enjoy traveling underground, pass through the Arsenalna station, the world’s deepest subway station at 105.5 meters below ground.

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8. Bratislava, Slovakia
8. Bratislava, Slovakia

Bratislava, capital of Slovakia, is uniquely located bordering both Austria and Hungary, the only national capital to border two other nations. One of the most prominent structures in the city, Bratislava Castle, pictured above, is on a hill above the Danube River and has been inhabited since the Bronze Age.

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7. Warsaw, Poland
7. Warsaw, Poland

Warsaw, capital of Poland, was known as one of the most beautiful cities in Eastern Europe before World War II, during which 85 percent of its buildings were destroyed. The city underwent full reconstruction and is now known as the “Phoenix City.” Main Market Square, pictured above, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring picturesque buildings and shops.

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6. Istanbul, Turkey
6. Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, formerly known as Constantinople, is the only city in the world located in both Europe and Asia geographically, separated by the Bosporus straight. This exquisite city served as the capital for three major empires and is home of the world’s largest covered bazaar and the Hagia Sophia, one of the largest churches in the world.

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5. Moscow, Russia
5. Moscow, Russia

Moscow, capital of Russia and the largest city on the European continent, is world-renowned for its beautiful architecture. The Red Square and Saint Basil’s cathedral, pictured above, are a World Heritage Site. Visitors can also see the Ostankino Tower, the tallest freestanding structure in Europe.

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4. Athens, Greece
4. Athens, Greece

Athens is one of the oldest cities in the world, dating back to 3000 BC and hosting the first Olympic Games in 776 BC. Ruins from ancient Greece can be found all over the city featuring depictions of the many gods Ancient Greeks believed in such as goddess Athena, from where the city gets its name.

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3. Bucharest, Romania
3. Bucharest, Romania

Bucharest is the Romanian capital and home to the second largest administrative building in the world, the Parliament Palace. The city is often times called “Little Paris” for the Arcul de Triumf, modeled after the Arc de Triomphe in the French capital city.

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2. Prague, Czech Republic
2. Prague, Czech Republic

Home to the largest castle in the world, Prague is quickly becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations, ranking number six on the Trip Advisor list of best cities in 2016. The capital city of the Czech Republic has long been a cultural and economic center of Europe founded during the Romanesque era and serving as the historical capital of Bohemia.

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1. St. Petersburg, Russia
1. St. Petersburg, Russia

St. Petersburg is the second largest Russian city serving as the nation’s cultural capital featuring many museums, theaters and educational institutions. The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood is one of the city’s main attractions built on top of the site where Emperor Alexander II, also known as Alexander the Liberator, was killed in 1881.

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