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5 stunning places in Eastern Europe that you must see before you die

Stunning Places Holiday, Slovenia, Lake Bled, Isle with church

Europe has many wonderful landscapes, some of which are known by others less well known among tourists. From stunning forests, emerald green bays and lakes to picturesque towns with baroque architecture, you certainly have a visit. Here are five of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Europe, which you have to visit until you die.

Lake Bled, Slovenia

Lake Bled is also considered the emerald of Slovenia. The lake was born several thousand years ago after a glacier. The lake has several tributaries of thermal water that are captured in three swimming pools. Tourists can enjoy a ride on the shores of the lake or rent a boat to stroll on emerald-colored crystalline water.

In the middle of the lake lies an island on which a church dating from the 13th century is built. Here you can admire frescoes that date from the beginning of the 14th century.

Above the lake, on a cliff is Bled Castle. The castle can be visited by tourists who can admire baroque-style rooms and enjoy a stunning view of the lake from the fortress tower.

Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Mostar is a gorgeous city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which more than 20 years after the war is visited daily by thousands of tourists. The city was rebuilt for the most part. And if you get here you have to visit the Old Bridge, which was rebuilt after the bombing. You will be amazed by the unique landscapes that will cut your breath.

Kotor Bay, Montenegro

Imagine a landscape of blue waters, medieval buildings and surprising mountains! Yes, Kotor Bay in Montenegro seems to be breaking off from stories. And if you want to fully enjoy the beauties of the place you have to stay here for at least a week. During this time, you can enjoy excursions on the mountain, rides in the harbor, cruises and sandy beaches. At the same time, walks on the streets of the city should not miss out on everyday routine.

Plitvice Lakes, Croatia

Plitvice Lakes are truly considered a fairytale land. The Plitvice Lakes National Park is a UNESCO heritage site and hosts dozens of waterfalls, the largest being Veliki slap (78 m) and Galovacki Buk (25 m). The landscapes are filled with lakes of unreal blue, And the sparkling green of trees and shrubs. Plitvice lakes attract more than a million visitors each year.

Triglav National Park, Slovenia

At the Slovenian border with Austria and Italy lies a true natural paradise, little known among tourists. Triglav National Park is a real natural wonder. The landscapes filled with great peaks, intact forests, waterfalls and lakes make it a real attraction for nature lovers. It is the perfect holiday destination for those who love mountain and nature. Conservation of ecosystems and traditional culture make the National Park a real tourist attraction.