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2 Weeks Travel Itineraries in Eastern Europe

Looking for the perfect way to spend two weeks in Eastern Europe? Whether you want to visit iconic destinations like Vienna, Budapest, and Prague, travel by river cruise along the Danube, or explore the very best of Russia, we’ve got a travel itinerary here to suit your unique preferences and tastes.

Best 2 Weeks Eastern Europe Itineraries

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Berlin - With its museums, iconic landmarks, phenomenal food scene, and astonishing history, Berlin is unlike any other destination in the world. 

Krakow - From the city's medieval walls and buildings to the castle and cathedral on Wawel Hill, there are plenty of beautiful sights to explore and admire in Krakow.

Prague - Opt to visit the famous Charles Bridge, the clock tower in the main square, or a traditional Czech beer hall with serious helpings of meat and potatoes.

Český Krumlov - Travel to Český Krumlov, one of the most picturesque towns in Europe. This is the perfect place to simply wander and get lost amongst its postcard-perfect streets.

Vienna - Explore Vienna’s elegant streets, take in some of Europe's most distinguished art galleries, or just settle yourself on a café terrace, order up a slice of mouthwatering Viennese cake, and watch the world go by over coffee.
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Budapest - Discover everything Budapest has to offer, from scenic walks along the river to a delicious food scene to its under-the-radar but excellent wine.

Sighișoara - Explore the medieval walled citadel with its cultural attractions and great restaurants and bars. Sample some Romanian cuisine—the Casa Dracula (original home of Vlad the Impaler, the model for Count Dracula) is now a restaurant specializing in hearty meat and game dishes of the region.

Braşov - Impressively situated on a rock outcrop and dominating the valley, this 14th-century castle is steeped in history and folklore. Soak in the gorgeous countryside as you learn about the creepier side of Romania.

Veliko Tarnovo - Enjoy the morning in the medieval town of Veliko Tarnovo. In the afternoon, visit the hilltop village of Arbanasi and soak in the views over Veliko Tarnovo.

Sofia - A mix of western grandeur and Soviet bulk, Sofia boasts a gold-domed church and delicious international dining. Sample modern takes on Bulgarian and international food, with some great trendy dining opportunities.

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Moscow -
Walk across the cobblestones of Moscow’s iconic Red Square to see St Basil’s Cathedral and the stout red brick walls of the Kremlin; that fabled palace-fort of gilded domes where an exquisite collection of royal treasures are housed in the Armoury Chamber.

Trans Siberian Railway - Journey across wide rivers and sprawling bridges; time and distance slip will away as you while away the hours in the dining car making new friends, gazing from the window, or relaxing in your cabin.

Irkutsk - This city boasts 18th-century churches and is renowned for its brightly painted shutters and log houses decorated with wooden lacework.

Lake Baikal - Spend two nights in the Siberian village of Listvyanka – a popular summer resort for locals. Its small port is often lively with a chance to bargain with the locals, try some delicious smoked fish, the typical dish of the region, and admire 2000 kilometres of shoreline as well as magnificent vistas across the icy waters. 

Vladivostok - Given its strategic eastern location, Vladivostok is a melting pot of Russian, Slavic, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean culture, and it’s a fitting example of how this epic railway has connected countries and people for centuries.

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