One thing we all know only too well is the cost of living where we live. However, what we don’t know is how it compares to our dream holiday destination. Compare city to city on typical holiday expenses. Like the cost of dinner out, or the cost of groceries (self-catering holidays), or transport such as taxis, buses, and trains.
Discover the lakeside town of Trakai. A tour from Vilnius to Trakai is definitely worth doing. The guides are informative and you will see stunning castles like the: Insular Castle and Gothic-style monuments of the beautiful Old Town.
If it is coastal area you are after, Palanga is your destination in Lithuania. (Along the way you can stop in Kaunas for some sight-seeing.)
The resort town of Palanga is on the Lithuanian Baltic coast. Here you can enjoy Palangos Pliažas beach, the Palangos Tiltas, L-shaped pier, and experience the lively, pedestrianized Basanavičiaus Street, lined with bars and restaurants.
A visit to the Tiskevičiai Palace houses the Palanga Amber Museum, is a good stop to make.
Another must-see in Lithuania is the Trakai Island Castle in Trakia.
Best time to visit? In our opinion May is the best time to go.
The medieval Old Town with St. Peter’s Church is a definite must-visit. Riga’s museums include the Latvian Ethnographic Open-Air Museum, showcasing local crafts, food and music.
In the beautiful country of Estonia we would definitely recommend a trip to Tallinn.
This beautiful destination (Estonia’s capital) is situated on the Baltic Sea and has the most beautiful “old town” with cobblestone streets and cute shops you just have to visit.
Visit the Kiek in de Kök, a 15th-century defensive tower and St. Nicholas Church while you’re there.
There is a lot to do in the city of Tallin. You can explore with the links we provided here:
Certainly one of the most photographed places in Bosnia & Herzegovina, is the Stari Most, also known as the Mostar Bridge: crossing the river Neretva and connecting the two parts of the city.
The Mostar Bride is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and definitely also a popular Instagram photo spot.
The Village Mostar with its interesting architecture is definitely worth a visit.
Bulgaria, a cultural rich country with Greek, Slavic, Ottoman, and Persian influences. Experience the music, beautiful costumes, and crafts.
Nessebar is definitely our favorite stop. This town in Burgas Province, on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast as quite a few interesting stops and sight-seeing places and a beautiful coastline.
Must-see places in Nessebar, include places like The Belogradchik Fortress (also known as Kaleto), Byzantine-era fortifications, and baths. The ruins of the 5th-century Church of St. Sofia and the 11th-century Church of St. Stephen.
Book the perfect vacation in Bulgaria: Multi day-tours to explore Bulgaria and its surroundings. Safe tours with excellent tour guides.
Find your perfect holiday tour through Bulgaria. Tours start from just a short 3 days in length to 11 days. The most popular month to go is June, which has the most number of tour departures.
Bucharest (Bucuresti) is the capital of Romania. Romania is known for the region of Transylvania, and the spectacular Carpathian Mountains. Certainly the Bran Castle associated with Count Dracula, is one of the most famous places to visit. Our other favorite stop is Orşova.
Suggested Read: Discover the beauty of Orşova on your next holiday. Immerse yourself in stunning landscapes, relax by the Danube River, and explore the rich history and culture of this charming Romanian town.