Essential advice you should know before your trip to Eastern Europe

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From the beaches of the Bosphorus to the Balkan Mountains, the Eastern European region is full of tourist stations that tourists love for distinctive destinations, as it is a region with prominent historical landmarks, remarkable natural stations and a delightful kitchen that made tourism in this diverse region jump quickly. If your next trip is to the beautiful coast of Croatia or the highlands of Kazakhstan, for example, we will give you today necessary advice to ensure the utmost safety and peace of mind on your journey.

Respect for cultures

This is global advice that suits all destinations, each of us has its own cultural peculiarities and therefore this privacy must be respected in every country we visit. It is necessary to respect and deal with civilizational, cultural and ethnic diversity in Eastern Europe. On this basis in Islamic countries from this region or certain regions in these countries, the head must be covered when visiting mosques and even some churches.

Simplicity

In Eastern Europe you will notice that simplicity exists in many stations, so the dress you adopt is advisable to be simple as well. Men can wear shirts with collar, while wearing shirts without sleeves may be inappropriate in some places. For women, it is advisable to wear light trousers or long skirts, especially for example in eastern Kazakhstan, and it is preferable to avoid skirts, trousers, short shorts, and transparent shirts, or without sleeves. As far as colors are concerned, as is the case in different countries, they avoided crying colors and adopted neutral colors such as white, gray, or black …

Protect yourself from pickpockets

This advice is also valid in various destinations, as you should not attract potential pickpockets by wearing clothes that indicate that you are a tourist and therefore a target for a pinch operation. Leave very colorful, shiny, shiny jewelry, expensive watches, diamond earrings and precious items at home!

the food

In Eastern Europe there is a lot of delicious food to discover and the wonderful dishes to share. But you should avoid eating leafy vegetables and raw vegetables, as they may be unwashed or even washed with water that is not sterile or completely clean. You can replace it with another side dish, or other options of presidential dishes.

Water

Always make sure that the water you drink is clean and sterile, and we advise you not to drink water directly from the tap because it is often not safe, and try to drink only from bottled water from a pre-opened package. Also, please avoid ice. Hotels and restaurants often use their own water to make ice. You can ask about this before ordering your drink with ice or simply avoid it.

Vaccines

Traveling anywhere needs to know health and medical details, especially in places where you may need to pay more attention than usual. It is recommended that you perform a general medical examination before traveling and ask if you need any specific vaccine before traveling to your chosen destination.

Travel documents

This advice is required on all of your trips. You must bring copies of the necessary travel documents such as your passport, entry visa, driver’s license, and pictures of the credit card and other documents. You should leave a copy with a trusted person in an emergency. You can also leave these copies in your travel bag in a safe place. But if you lose an important document, especially the passport, it is necessary that you immediately inform the embassy of your country to prevent any repercussions.

The money

Pay close attention to these steps in dealing with money during your travel. You must separate cash and credit cards, and protect yourself by keeping cash and cards in different places between your purposes so that you do not lose everything in case your wallet is stolen or lost, for example. And of course, don’t forget to contact the insurance company or bank to inform them of your travel dates and locations.

Communication

Wherever you go, tell others if they are traveling with you, or even inform people who may be your friends so they know your destination. In the worst possible scenario, you might get lost, without a map or GPS, and no one knows your actual location, you lose your phone battery, or you don’t know the language! So it is better to share this information.

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Eastern Europe is rich in cultures, religions and ethnicities.

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In Eastern Europe there is a lot of delicious food to discover

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A group of delicious dishes in Eastern Europe.

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Map showing eastern European countries.

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From the Slovak capital, Bratislava, it is part of Eastern Europe

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Great places to visit in Eastern European countries .. This photo is from Croatian Split

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