The Balkans are a hidden gem for most travellers. With its warm and friendly people, different cultures, authentic cuisine, and unspoiled nature, the Balkan territory is diverse in every way you can imagine. It is certainly worth spending time and money to explore it. Once you get to experience it, you will automatically agree. So join us on one of our amazing Balkan group or private tours.
Ohrid is a beautiful ancient city in the Republic of North Macedonia. It is situated by the lake, which is the deepest, and one of the largest lakes in the Balkan Peninsula. Take a scenic drive along the lake to visit the monastery of St. Naum and enjoy the breathtaking views.
The charismatic city, founded by the Ottomans and later occupied by the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1878, and till today the city shows the influence of both empires. But, despite that, the city still retains its traditional habits – in everyday life and food.
The former capital of Yugoslavia, now the capital of Serbia, Belgrade, is a city with a very tumultuous history and one of the oldest cities in Europe. Stroll along the well-known streets such as the Knez Mihailova street, a lively pedestrian boulevard flanked by historical buildings all the way to the ancient Kalemegdan Citadel. Taste some traditional Serbian food. Then, visit the famous fortress of Kalemegdan and the mausoleum of the former Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito.
Nicknamed “the Pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik is the most well-known city on the Dalmatian coast. The beauty of this walled city has always enjoyed world fame. However, it has more recently become even more popular due to the series Game of Thrones since several scenes were filmed right here.
This picturesque Unesco-listed city owes its name to the famous bridge over the Neretva River. See its historic Old bridge, the colourful Old Bazaar with traditional handicrafts and well-preserved traditional Turkish houses. Shop for handmade local crafts and taste typical dishes in local restaurants.
Immerse yourself in the past, rich history and tradition of Sarajevo. Visit Baščaršija, the town’s square originated in the 15th century. Baščaršija is the heart of Sarajevo, a place where you can try the best dishes of traditional cuisine, buy beautiful traditionally made souvenirs in craft alleys.
See the Bay of Kotor, the Mediterranean’s only fjord, between the mountains and the blue sea. Next, enjoy the sights of Kotor, the city surrounded by walls, protecting the marbled cobbled streets with churches, shops, bars and restaurants on hidden squares. Next, continue on the winding panoramic road to Cetinje, the former Montenegrin royal city, once the smallest European capital. Finally, experience a typical local Montenegrin dinner in the beautiful seaside town in Budva. All in one day during Balkan tours.
Croatia has eight beautiful national parks, where visitors can enjoy the beauties of nature in different ways. Kornati National Park, for example, is a prime spot for swimming, or snorkelling or diving. Paklenica is probably a good choice for more adventurous visitors. It is an ideal place for hikers, climbers or cyclists. Visit Krka National park. The emerald Krka River’s waterfalls, islands, and cliffs will fascinate and refresh you on Balkan tours.
Postojna cave is one of Slovenia’s most popular attractions, and its stalagmite and stalactite formations are unequalled anywhere. Here you enjoy the underground karst world, where nature was the principal architect and has formed unique shapes through the millennia.
Guca has become known worldwide as the venue for the largest trumpet music festival around the planet. However, the traditional values, such as traditional songs, games and costumes from the Dragacevo region and Western Serbia, are still preserved.
You can visit Balkans in all seasons depending on what you want to experience. In winter, for example, you can go skiing at some very nice ski resorts in Slovenia. It is also nice to visit places along the Adriatic coast during this time of the year. The climate is mild, the weather is usually nice, and everything is much calmer than in summer…
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