East European countries, the hidden gems of Europe,are now highly coveted destinations for women only trips because of all the amazing things they have to offer.If you are looking for excitement, safety and a ‘different’ Europe, where there is the charming reminiscence of past socialist times with modern twists, join Mee on these tours!
These countries differ from from the Western European countries because they were ruled by the Communists and their progress has been at variance until 1990 after the fall of the Iron Curtain.
Nevertheless, each country is so unique in its art, history,culture and cuisine,that our East Europe tour packages unlock the door to a magical world that awaits beyond for our special ladies ! These are certainly some off the beaten track experiences for you to come and enjoy with us on our handcrafted and escorted trips.
Currently we have handcrafted women-only special East Europe tour packages to the following countries
Explore unique itenaries of each region and pick your favourite !
WHITE CHRISTMAS IN EUROPE!! The 3 Capital cities covering 4 countries .... PRAGUE Prague is said to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It’s rare, well-maintained and mutually interlocked architecture of all styles depicts eleven centuries of medieval history. Just like the splendid stone bridge connects both banks of the river Vltava, Prague is the place where the Czechs, Germans and Jews had lived ever before; it is an intersection of Europe where tradesmen, politicians, scholars. The Czech Republic is a country of a great historical and cultural importance, a country where historic monuments and entire towns have been included in the World Heritage List. VIENNA The Austrian capital embraces all the traditions of a European city, from Roman foundations through to Gothic, Baroque and Historicism. Tourists are eager to visit Vienna because of the city’s exciting combination of the royal-imperial flair of the past with the latest trends, the responsible cultivation of a precious heritage and charming traditions. The capital, Vienna, is magnificent with its ornate Opera House and the imperial Hofburg. Austria’s other cities are similarly infused with historical magic, notably Mozart’s birthplace, Salzburg, with stunning baroque churches set before a backdrop of snow-covered peaks, and Innsbruck, in the centre of Austria’s Alps. BUDAPEST Budapest – also called as the Paris of the East, one of the most beautiful historical capitals in Europe, is situated on the banks of the Danube. The city actually consists of three cities: Óbuda, the oldest section, with Celtic and Roman ruins, Buda in hills on the western bank, famous for its historic Castle Hill and beautiful residential area, and bustling Pest with its shopping, government and commercial districts on the flat plain of the east bank. United in 1873, Budapest is renowned as the location of one of the most beautiful World Heritage sites. HOTELS : Prague : Ibis Wenceslas Square 3* (Standard room) or similar Vienna : Mozart 3*(Standard room) or similar Budapest : Fortuna 3*(Standard room) or similar
Day 1: Arrive into Ljubljana: Guided City tour of Ljubljana Welcome to Slovenia! With LOVE in its name and as the first country in the world to be declared a green destination. Slovenia's capital and largest city also happens to be one of Europe's greenest and most liveable capitals. Indeed, the European Commission awarded Ljubljana with the coveted Green Capital of Europe title for 2016. Car traffic is restricted in the centre, leaving the leafy banks of the emerald-green Ljubljanica River, which flows through the city's heart, free for pedestrians and cyclists. In summer, cafes set up terrace seating along the river; it almost feels like a nightly street party. Slovenia's master of early-modern, minimalist design, Jože Plečnik, graced Ljubljana with beautiful buildings and accoutrements; attractive cities are often described as 'jewel boxes', but here the name really fits. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel in Ljubljana. We proceed to visit the beautiful city of Ljubljana. The tour, beginning in front of the Town Hall, takes you through the historical city centre, whose unique architecture is the legacy of the Baroque and Art Nouveau periods and, most notably, the work of the famous 20th century architect Jože Plečnik. Ljubljana Castle, standing on a hill above the city for about 900 years, is Ljubljana's main attraction. On this tour, you will learn about its history and enjoy beautiful city views afforded by the castle's ramparts. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel in Ljubljana. Meals: Dinner Day 2: Bled: Pletna Boat ride and Visit to Bled Castle After a delectable breakfast, we proceed to discover Lake Bled, a charming town on the banks of mountainous Lake Bled. Take a traditional boat out to visit St. Mary’s church, located on a small island in the midst of the lake and enjoy vistas from a medieval castle perched high on a cliff above the lake. A trip to Bled must be a part of any visit to Slovenia. On our tour to Lake Bled we treat you with a traditional pletna boat ride to Bled island, a top attraction in Slovenia. Pletna boats are unique to Lake Bled and operated by a single rower with two long oars. Following the boat ride, you get some time to explore the little island and enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding area. Our tour to Lake Bled takes you up to Bled castle, perched on a sheer cliff high above Lake Bled. Visit the Bled castle museum, which gives you an insight into the history of the entire area, and admire the views of Lake Bled from several viewpoints at the castle. Bled castle is more than a thousand years old, and one of the most spectacular castles in Slovenia. Kremšnita - On the shore of Lake Bled it is possible to take a short walk along Lake Bled, admire the views, and watch the majestic swans and playful ducks swimming on the lake. Or you can relax and take a break in one of the coffee shops - where you need to try kremšnita, the traditional Bled custard cream cake. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel in Ljubljana. Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Day 3: Visit to Postojna Caves and Predjama Castle Tour After a scrumptious breakfast, we proceed to visit the the jaw-dropping Postojna Cave system, a series of caverns, halls and passages some 24km long and two million years old, was hollowed out by the Pivka River, which enters a subterranean tunnel near the cave’s entrance. The karst cave at Postojna, one of the largest in the world, is among Slovenia’s most popular attractions and its stalagmite and stalactite formations are unequalled anywhere. Later, we proceed to visit the Predjama Castle is a Renaissance castle built within a cave mouth in south-central Slovenia, in the historical region of Inner Carniola. Predjama Castle is situated in the middle of a towering cliff, a mere 9 km from Postojna Cave. Picturesque, magnificent, defiant, mysterious and impregnable, it has been dominating the surrounding area, perched high up in the 123-metre high cliff, for more than 800 years. It is listed among the Guinness World Records as the largest cave castle in the world. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel in Ljubljana. Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Day 4: Onto Zagreb: Zagreb City Tour and Folklore show Dobro Dosli! Welcome to Croatia.Welcome to Zagreb, capital of the Republic of Croatia, is also its largest city and the cultural, economic, cinematic, sporting and governmental hub of the country. It is located on the southern slopes of Medvednica Mountain along the banks of the Sava River. Discover Zagreb (a little treasure trove of European culture and civilization). This tour gives you an overview of all the main attractions of Zagreb. Starting at Ban Jelačić Square (main Zagreb square), it includes St. Stephen‘s Cathedral (biggest church in Croatia), open market Dolac, Stone Gate, Parliament and Government House, St. Mark‘s Church with its multi-coloured roof, St. Catherine‘s Church, Lotrščak Tower and vibrant Tkalčićeva street with many charming cafes. Besides the main sights, we will show you few hidden corners to spice things up. Enjoy the atmosphere of the city of million hearts. Visit the unique Museum of Broken Relationships and have a drink with us in one of numerous cafes in the city centre after the tour. Folklore show in Zagreb Art of any given era cannot be perceived without any elements of folklore. Peak achievements in music are, more or less, based on elements of folklore, the fact being more than obvious today with frequent ethno festivals. Enjoy unforgettable folklore performance by a popular Croatian folklore ensemble "KUD Horvati" together with beer tasting followed by latin music in a restaurant where tradition and modern are intertwined. In a one-hour rich program, folklore ensemble will delight you with songs, music and dance performances of Zagreb area. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel in Zagreb. Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Day 5: Visit to Plitvice Lakes After a delectable breakfast, we proceed to Plitvice lake. Among the national parks that are the jewels on the beauty crown of Croatia, the national park of Pltivice lakes in the region of Lika is definitely one of the shinest. Visit the only Croatian national park under the protection of UNESCO and spend the day in the fresh air, numerous streams and cascades of Plitvice. The sixteen lakes of the National park of Plitvice are connected by 92 waterfalls. In free time you have a chance to experience its natural beauty and variety of animal and plant life. You will absolutely enjoy in this beauty that is a natural product of long interaction between stone and water. Explore Plitvice lakes National park. Enjoy in wondrous interplay of water, rock, and plant life while strolling around the Lakes. Sixteen lakes, divided into upper lakes on dolomite surfaces and lower lakes on limestone, are separated by natural dams of travertine. Marvel at bountiful waterfalls, the tallest one cascading down 256 feet (78 meters). On the way to Plitvice Lakes you will be able to see beautiful Rastoke ethno village on Korana river. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel in Zagreb. Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Day 6: Excursion to Opatija with boat ride and free time for shopping After a delectable breakfast, we proceed to Opatija for a panoramic boat ride covering beautiful sights of the Port of Opatija and the Adriatic sea. Opatija is located at the west of Rijeka, which is the most chic seaside resort for the Austro-Hungarian elite during the days of the Austro-Hungarian Empire – as evidenced by the many handsome belle-époque villas that the period bequeathed. The town has spruced itself with its grand spa hotels, spectacular location and agreeable year-round climate. Some excellent restaurants have sprung up to cater to them, with a particularly good cluster in the pretty Volosko neighbourhood. Later, enjoy free time for shopping in Zagreb. The heart of Zagreb has a smorgasbord of famous world and Croatian designer clothes. Simply doddle off to Ilica and Tkalčićeva Streets and you’ll find many labels. When you’re in the vicinity of the Flower Square, head down to Centar Cvjetni. For those who prefer shopping centres there is Kaptol Centre at Nova Ves 11. A day out in town cannot go without a sneak preview or taste of some local delicacies and a visit to a gift or antique store which can be found on our listings. In addition, if you pop outside of the city centre, Arena Centar (H-5, Lanište 32) is a great shopping destination with all sorts of goodies and entertainment. Other shopping centres are in Jankomir, Žitnjak, Dubrava and Sesvete. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel in Zagreb. Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Day 7: Departure After breakfast, we bid goodbye to Europe as we receive a transfer to the airport in time to board your flight back home. With an enriching experience of a lifetime, its time to take home happy memories of the beautiful places visited, which you will treasure for a lifetime. Meals: Breakfast TOUR ENDS
A beautiful country perched on the Caucasian mountains between the continents of Asia and Europe. An 8000-year-old civilization. The originators of grape wine, of 3000-year-old monasteries and dinosaur footprints! Explore this beautiful country in East Europe and the former U.S.S.R with a beautiful package designed to balance precious ‘mee time’ with interaction, sense with sensibility, culture with modern luxury! Explore Georgia! Explore forgotten Europe! GEORGIA VIDEO BY MEE TIME
We especially focus on a traditional folklore experience in these countries on all our East Europe tour packages ,because you will be swept away with the spirit of show .Be enthralled by the musical traditions of these lands, the lively dance and costumes and the unmistakable energy that the dancers exude ! And not to miss the scrumptious dinner that follows as well !
Our local guides will take you to fascinating places and unravel tales of a bygone majestic era on all our East Europe tour packages.Many UNESCO world heritage sights to behold here. Eastern Europe also is home to the most historic winemaking traditions in the world, unique to every region,expecially the Danube valley and Georgia and we will take you to these heritage vineries for the experience of a connosieur of the veritable treasure chest of wines !
Shopping experience can be more friendly to the pocket here, so fill up those suitcases to your hearts content , my ladies !
Most of the cities have a well-preserved medevial feel to it,yet have alluring café-lined streets and modern nightlife experiences with unmatched fervour.So everything a traveler would want is taken care of in our East Europe tour packages.
In some sources, Eastern Europe is bordered by the Caucasus Mountains on the south and so Transcaucasian countries of Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia are also included.