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- A guided tour of important places
- Accommodation in single twin share room
- Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
- First Entrance fees
- Professionally guided tour
- Departure Taxes or Visa handling fees
- Personal expenses
- Services not specifically stated in the itinerary
- Visa arrangements
Did you know that he word ‘balkan’ means ‘mountains’ in Turkish? Well, the exact definition in Ottoman Turkish is ‘a chain of wooden mountains’, which refers to the regional Balkan, Rhodope, Diarnic Alps and the Carpathian Mountains. The area evolved very differently from Western Europe, giving adventurous travellers a different, and a somewhat less explored, experience.
The best places to visit in the Balkans depends on your travel interests. Croatia has a mainland coastline of 1,777 kilometres (1,104 miles) and 1,246 islands in the Adriatic. Bosnia, on the other hand, has only a few kilometres of shore but makes up for the lack of space with mountains, rivers and canyons.
There’s a rich history here too with Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman and Yugoslavian influences as well as one or two Kingdoms. Take the time to understand the complicated story to appreciate the complex Balkan past.
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Green waters and grey borders
Nature knows its way, naturally
Old Bosnian Towns
To the south
Leaving Sarajevo, a small city, Konjic, will be our first stop. We will visit the amazing underground atomic shelter built during the Yugoslavian period and remained a top secret for many years.
After that, will will spend the rest of the day in Mostar, one of the oldest town in Bosnia and Herzegovina, located on the Neretva River.
KONJIC OLD BRIDGE
ARK TITO'S BUNKER
MOSTAR OLD BRIDGE
We will leave Mostar early in the morning. On the way to Dubrovnik, there will be a short visit to the medieval city Pocitelj and the mesmerizing Kravice Waterfall.
After the city tour in Dubrovnik, we depart to Montenegro, city of Budva.
- KRAVICE WATERFALLS
- DUBROVNIK OLD TOWN
Budva is a town in Montenegro on the Adriatic Sea. Part of the Budva Riviera, it's known for sandy beaches and nightlife. Stone walls built by the Venetians surround the narrow streets of the medieval old town (Stari Grad).
We will have enough time to explore the city and recharge the energy before departure to Macedonia.
Closer to the end
Macedonia is the last country we will visit. There will be Albania on the way too.
Skadar lake is the right place for a break before reaching the capital, Skopje.
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Customized Balkan tours are available upon request. Feel free to contact us and we will prepare the offer that suits your needs.
THE PRICE INCLUDES:
- 1 OVERNIGHT IN ZAGREB, CROATIA. HOTEL LIVRIS 3*
- 1 OVERNIGHT IN BIHAC, B&H. HOTEL KOSTELSKI BUK 4*
- 1 OVERNIGHT IN TRAVNIK, MOUNT VLASIC, B&H, HOTEL PAHULJICA 4*
- 2 NIGHTS IN SARAJEVO, B&H, HOTEL BISTRIK 4*
- 1 OVERNIGHT IN MOSTAR, B&H, HOTEL KAPETANOVINA 4*
- 2 OVERNIGHTS IN BUDVA, ME, HOTEL BUTUA RESIDENCE 4*
- 1 OVERNIGHT IN SKOPJE, MC, HOTEL SULTAN 4*
- BREAKFAST AND TAXES INCLUDED FOR ALL OVERNIGHTS
- All transfers according to the itinerary
- Guide for tours in Bosnia + Guide in Zagreb, Budva & Skopje
- Entry fees for Bosnia & Herzegovina touristic sites only