If you’ve surfed around Treksplorer at all you’ll already know this: I love Central Europe.
From the first moment I set foot into Germany on my first trip there, Central Europe captured my heart and refused to let go. I’ve since visited every country in the region (except Liechtenstein), multiple times in some cases. On every new journey, I discover a new side to Central Europe, something that managed to escape me.
It doesn’t take much digging to uncover the diversity of Central Europe. Within a single day of travelling, you could easily thumb through 5 or more phrasebooks to make yourself understood.
Central Europe’s most popular destination is undoubtedly Germany. From beer-soaked evenings in Munich or a jaunt through history in the capital of Berlin to the dense backwoods and medieval towns of Bavaria, there’s something for every taste.
Nearly every major destination in every Central European country seems to be on the up-and-up. It’s obvious that Prague, and Krakow are spoken for, but even cities like Ljubljana, Zagreb, Gdansk, and Bratislava are gaining the attention they deserve.
Top Countries in Central Europe
Top Destinations in Central Europe: Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, Dubrovnik, Gdansk, Krakow, Ljubljana, Munich, Prague, Warsaw, Zagreb