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To Tour Eastern Europe, I Would Have to See Russia.
An area of the world that I have always found fascinating is Eastern Europe, and I will periodically see travel deals to the region for reasonable prices. For me, however, to tour Eastern Europe, I would have to see Russia.
One of the things that most appeals to me about going to tour Eastern Europe is the fact that it seems so unexplored compared to Western Europe. In other words, I have been to Ireland, England, France, Spain, Holland and Germany, but I have never visited Czechoslovakia, Poland or any of the former Soviet countries at all.
I think probably the first place I would want to visit on an Eastern European tour is Prague. I have heard that it is absolutely beautiful and that it did not sustain nearly as much damage during World War II as some of the other great cities of Europe. In pictures I have seen of the city, it looks very clean and the architecture is beautiful.
I would probably continue on to Poland and Romania, simply because I do not know a whole lot about either country, and then it would be on to Russia. There are a number of places I would like to see in Russia, and in my mind, no tour of Eastern Europe would be complete without seeing the largest country by area in the world.
With my great passion for art, the first place I would stop would be St. Petersburg to see the Hermitage museum. Some of the greatest Russian works of art are housed in this museum, and it is renowned universally for being one of the greatest museums in the world.
St. Petersburg is a must when I tour Eastern Europe for another reason, in that from what I have heard, it has a different feel than other Russian cities. From what I have come to understand, St. Petersburg is much more like a Western European city, and while my interest is certainly in discovering Eastern Europe, I would like to see for myself if that is true.
I would definitely have to travel to Moscow as well and see the Kremlin and Red Square. I think this would be one of the most fascinating aspects of the trip, because for all of my childhood the Cold War was going on, and the Soviet Union was the United States’ enemy. Of course, there is probably no greater symbol of the former Soviet government than the Kremlin.
If I ever were to tour Eastern Europe, these are some of the places I would definitely want to see. From what I have read about Eastern Europe, it sounds very interesting and I would love to learn more about the history of the area. What better way is there to do that than by going there?