The countries of Eastern Europe cover a large geographic area. This map shows Eastern Europe. Below the map you will find labels for specific regions.
The countries in the Eastern European region are as follows (click on the links for more information about each country):
The Baltic Nations
Central European Nations
The Balkan Nations and the Southeastern European Nations
- Republic of Macedonia
- Serbia and Montenegro
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Croatia (sometimes)
- Slovenia (sometimes)
European Nations Designated as simply "Eastern European"
These regional definitions vary somewhat from source to source. It is also important to keep in mind that "Eastern Europe" is an overarching term for regions that may be more specifically classified as something else.
Map of Croatia
Croatia is a popular destination in Southeastern Europe with an attractive coast, romantic islands, and exciting cities waiting to be explored.
Croatia is located on the Adriatic Sea. Its capital city, Zagreb, lies inland. Cities popular with travelers include those on the Dalmatian Coast (Dubrovnik, Split) and those on the Istrian Peninsula (Rovinj, Pula).
Croatia is popular with those who love beaches, but it also has a wealth of Roman ruins, a delicious national cuisine, unique wines and locally made spirits, traditions - like klapa music and religious processions - that are enthusiastically kept alive, a history tied closely with Italy and its neighboring countries, and a friendly, vibrant people who are proud of their heritage and their country.
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Map of Czech Republic
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Kosovo is located in Southeastern Europe and is bordered by Albania, Serbia, Macedonia, and Montenegro.
Map of Poland
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Map of Russia
Russia is the largest country in Eastern Europe. Its two most famous cities - Moscow and St. Petersburg - are located in the western portion of Russia.
Russia is a vast nation and the most Eastern of the Eastern European countries. It spans two continents and 11 time zones. Large cities, miles of rural landscapes, forests, steppe, mountains, and even taiga make up its area. Its capital, Moscow, is one of its most popular travel destinations, followed by its "second" capital, St. Petersburg. However, visitors to Russia don't have to limit their exploration of this culturally and historically rich country to these two cities - river cruises and an extensive rail system enable travelers to see much more of Russia.
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Map of Eastern Europe 2006
Serbia and Montenegro used to be one country. Today, they are individual nations in Southeastern Europe.
This map shows how Eastern Europe once looked. In 2006, Serbia and Montenegro officially split apart. The current map of Eastern Europe shows how the region looks today.
The map of Serbia and Montenegro shows the former country's borders. Since then, Kosovo has also declared its independence from Serbia.
To view how these countries look today, check out the following maps:
- Map of Serbia
- Map of Montenegro
- Map of Kosovo