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Trip List by PoisonedIvy

Losing yourself in eastern Europe

22 Feb 2008  
4.0 of 5 stars based on 2 votes

Know by many, valued by few. Adored by me.

  • 1. Cajna Hisa in Ljubljana, Slovenia

    The best breakfast you'll ever have. They serve homemade, fresh fruit tea's. They have delcious scrambled eggs and bread that is still warm when served.
    Picture yourself a warm summer morning, on their lovely terrace. Watch the people in the street go by, students on their way to university and tourist going for an early walk. It's a pedestrian street so no rumour of cars. Only the sounds of people talking, birds and the smells coming out of the kitchen

  • 2. Ljubljana Castle (Grad)
    Ljubljana Castle, Ljubljana, Upper Carniola Region

    Ljubljanski grad. The most spectaculat sight in Ljubljana.

  • 3. Trakai
    Trakai, Vilnius County

    The old capital of Lithuania. The beautifull lakes surrounding it. I can't even begin explaining about this place, you have to see it yourself to undertsand what i mean.

  • 4. Carpe Diam, Krakau

    Hit the town after a day of sightseeing. Take the stairs that lead you to the basement of Carpe Diem and find yourself in a bizare club with motorcycles and rock music.

  • 5. Czechostowa, Poland.

    Forget Lourdes and Santiago de Compostella. Czechostowa is the place to be.

  • 6. Lednice
    Lednice, South Moravian Region

    Don't be fooled by the huge amounts of tourists who come here to visit the castle. Then why make the trip there? To stroll around the gardens! Make a romantic walk, spot the deers and climb the little minaret and gaze at the exotic trees.

  • 7. Charles Bridge (Karluv Most)
    Charles Bridge (Karluv Most), Prague, Bohemia

    A classic. But a must see. If you want the bridge for yourself, go early in the morning and watch the sunrise over the Vltava.