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    Eastern Europe has many amazing cities which offer a wide range of accommodation for tourists, but if you want to explore the wilder, more natural side of this part of Europe, you will have a much better time if you stay in a camping spot.

    While camping in the wild is not unusual in many Eastern European countries, there are several very good designated camping spots where you can put up your tent or park you caravan and enjoy amenities like running water or electricity. So for the potential campers, here are the top 5 camping spots in Eastern Europe.

    Sutjeska National Park, Bosnia and Herzegovina

    This beautiful region is the oldest national park in Bosnia, and it is located in the semi-autonomous Republika Srpska region. Although it is also famous for the site of an important WWII battle (there are several monuments in honor of the event), it is most notable for its astounding natural beauty.

    Two of the last remaining primeval forests in Europe are located in the park. Talk to the camp authorities to find out what’s permitted while camping.

    Mali Losinj, Lonsinj Island, Croatia

    The picturesque town of Mali Losinj has more than enough attractive accommodation options, but if you want to stay right next to the beach, you can set up a tent or rent a caravan in Campsite Poljana, one of the best in Croatia. The campsite is located in a quiet cove with a pebbly beach and a nearby dolphin reserve.

    Kuressaare, Estonia

    Estonia’s natural beauty is simply stunning, and the best way to experience it is if you stay at a campsite. One of the most picturesque campsites in Estonia is Tehumardi Recreation Center, a scenic site where you can sleep in little wooden cabins, or in tents during summer. Hiking and walking are the activities of choice of most people staying at the campsite.

    Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria

    Veliko Tarnovo is one of the loveliest places in Bulgaria, and while the City of Tsars has quite a few places to see, many tourists are gravitating towards the natural sites of the province.

    Camping Veliko Tarnovo located in the Televets Valley is best best that the Bulgarian countryside can offer. The camp has excellent facilities, and there are two scenic villages nearby in case you need to buy something.

    Neringa, Lithuania

    Neringa is one of the jewels of Lithuania when it comes to scenic towns, but natural beauty too. The little town of Neringa is surrounded by unique nature, and the Curonian Spit National Park, within which the town is located, has much to offer: hiking, walking, biking, fishing. The best place to experience all these things in a campsite, Nidos Kempingas for example.

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