The international website of Le Droit Humain links to a page of a Bulgarian federation, which I cannot read.

There is also a link to a Romanian “jurisdiction”, but that is only a contact form.

Hungary does have a website.

Grand Orient de France was founded in 1773. About a century later they got issues with “regular” Grand Lodges when the GOdF dropped the requirement for the belief in something Divine. The GOdF lost its regularity, but not its popularity. What is less known, is that in 2010 the GOdF decided to allow lodges to initiate women. Since then quite a few lodges have voted for this possibility, but not a whole lot initiated any women. According to the GOdF 1.319 women were initiated in 2013. That is not a whole lot against 49.000 members, but on a positive side, there are no less than 1.200 lodges that possibly initiate women; worldwide that is.
In Serbia, de GOdF has 10 lodges. I have not checked if any of them admit women, but the possibility exists.

(Member of Clipsas)

The Grand Lodge of Freemasonry for Men and Women has 10 lodges in Bulgaria (8 in Sofia, 1 in Burgas and 1 in Veliko Tarnovo). In Skopje in Macedonia another lodge meets: Slobodni Graditeli.

The Women’s Grand Lodge of Switzerland has 3 lodges in Romania (2 in Constanta, 1 in Bucharest) and 1 in Bulgaria (Sofia).

(Member of Climaf)