Balkan Private Tours: Unforgettable Journeys with Belmondo

Positioned at the crossroads of East and West, the Balkan Peninsula pulsates with rich histories, diverse cultures, and landscapes that range from sun-kissed coastlines to snow-capped mountains. Travel in style through the Balkan countries with a private car and your dedicated driver-guide. Discover some of our most sought-after private tours in the Balkans, which can be tailored to match your preferences. Or, if you're looking for something unique, get in touch with us to craft a bespoke Balkan tour centered around your interests and desires. Our team, experts in designing custom tours, will ensure your journey is memorable, providing the utmost in service.

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  • Belgrade, Serbia: The Confluence of Ages
    Situated at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, Belgrade offers a dynamic mix of Ottoman relics, Austro-Hungarian architecture, and vibrant nightlife, truly embodying Serbia's spirit.
  • Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina: Phoenix City
    Reborn from the ashes of history's numerous conflicts, Sarajevo is a testament to resilience and unity. Meander through its bazaars feel the echoes of its past, and savor Cevapi, the city's signature dish.
  • Dubrovnik, Croatia: Adriatic's Timeless Gem
    Famed for its mighty walls and rich maritime legacy, Dubrovnik is a living museum where every stone narrates tales of the Adriatic's golden era.
  • Skopje, North Macedonia: A Blend of Old and New
    With its grand squares, neoclassical buildings, and the ancient Kale Fortress watching over, Skopje invites travelers to journey through North Macedonia's layered history.
  • Ohrid, North Macedonia: The Jewel of Macedonia's Lakes
    Hugging the shores of the pristine Lake Ohrid, the town is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a testament to the region's rich religious heritage and architectural splendor.
  • Sofia, Bulgaria: At the Foot of Vitosha Mountain
    In Sofia, orthodox churches and Soviet-era structures coexist harmoniously, providing glimpses into Bulgaria's past while the nearby Vitosha Mountain offers nature's respite.
  • Kotor, Montenegro: A Coastal Medieval Dream
    Nestled in the Bay of Kotor's deep blue embrace, the fortified town of Kotor merges Venetian influence and natural beauty, making it one of the Adriatic's most picturesque gems.
  • Postojna Cave, Slovenia: Nature's Underground Marvel
    Delve deep into the mesmerizing Postojna cave, renowned for its intricate stalagmites and stalactite formations sculpted over eons, revealing Slovenia's karst wonders.

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