Europe on a Shoestring - Central & Eastern Europe (PDF Chapter)
This is the Central & Eastern Europe chapter from Lonely Planet’s Europe on a Shoe-string guidebook.
Central and Eastern Europe still retain a feeling of the ‘other’ Europe – wilder, less refined and more remote than their cousins in the west. Medieval capitals like Prague, Kraków and Bu-dapest number among the continent’s most beautiful cities and belong on any first-timer’s list.
- ramble around an intact 14th-century town core and cross the continent’s most beautiful bridge in Prague
- admire the biggest medieval public square in Europe situated right in the heart of Poland’s historic capital, Kraków
- bow your head in remembrance of the more than a million murdered at Ausch-witz-Birkenau in WWII
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Czech Republic, Prague, Bohemia, Moravia, Czech Republic Survival Guide, Poland, Warsaw , Kraków, Poland Survival Guide, Hungary, Budapest , Northeastern Hungary , Hungary Survival Guide, Romania, Bucharest, Transylvania, Romania Survival Guide, Bulgaria, Sofia, Plovdiv, Koprivshtitsa, Veliko Târnovo, Varna, Sozopol, Bulgaria Survival Guide, Ukraine, Kyiv, Lviv, Ukraine Survival Guide.
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