Eastern Europe's tourist industry is blossoming. From its capital cities to its rural countrysides, the region is a world unique from the West. Whether you're looking to experience village traditions, dance clubs that stay open till dawn, art and architecture that will make your jaw drop, or the food so good you'll crave it long after you've gone, Eastern Europe is where you want to go.
A genuine Slavophile, Kerry lives and breathes Eastern Europe. With Lithuanian ancestry, two degrees with Eastern European focus, extended visits to Eastern Europe, personal and professional research into Eastern European history, culture, current events, language, and - of course - travel, Kerry is your enthusiastic Guide to Eastern Europe Travel.
As an undergraduate, Kerry studied at The Ohio State University. She earned her B.A. in Russian with a focus on literature and her B.A. in History of Art with a focus on Eastern European art. Kerry also attended Tomsk State University and participated in a language and culture immersion course. Currently, Kerry is a graduate student at the Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University.
By Kerry Kubilius:
Eastern Europeans pride themselves on hospitality, and Eastern Europe Travel follows that lead. It doesn't matter if you're traveling from your desk or planning a trip to Eastern Europe, I'll show you an Eastern Europe that you'll love.