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About Balkans

About Balkans

If you’re searching for a place to escape the world’s solicitudes, Balkans, with its rich and dynamic history as well as stunning nature, promises much more than that. Take yourself on a fantastic Balkan adventure and enjoy enchanting cosmopolitan towns, magnificent mountains spiced up with beautiful forests and crystal-clear lakes. Travel to explore ancient hillside citadels and monasteries, and, of course, discover joyful folk music traditions of Albania, Serbia, Romania, Croatia, and Slovenia. Additionally, beachgoers can take pleasure in hundreds of kilometers of coastline of the Adriatic and Black Seas. Our travel specialists team will help you to create a fantastic Balkans vacation tailored to your interests and preferences.

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Tips on planning and traveling

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Tips on planning and traveling
Best Tours to Balkans

Best Tours to Balkans

Top Guides about Balkans

Top Guides about Balkans

Top Attractions in Balkans

Top Attractions in Balkans

Belgrade, Serbia

No matter how long you're planning to stay in Serbia's capital, it will for sure win over your heart. Adventurous, vivid, and spectacular Belgrade is full of surprises, as you never know what you'll find while exploring the city.

Berat, Albania

Welcome to amazing Berat, a UNESCO heritage town and one of the cities that Albania prides itself on the most. Located in the heart of a picturesque valley, Beret is a great place to learn about the Albanian culture and explore the spectacular nature of the country.

Brasov, Romania

Explore legendary Transilvania, the motherland of the most famous vampire in the world, Count Dracula! It is highly recommendable to start your Transilvanian discovery from a tour of Brasov.

Bucharest, Romania

The modern capital city of Romania, Bucharest, is the place with mesmerizing history and a number of gorgeous parks. The architectural cocktail of Bucharest is definitely one of the things that will make you fall in love with the city.

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Enveloped by stone walls dating back to the 16th century, beautiful Dubrovnik, the Croatian jewel on the Adriatic Sea, maintains the perfect balance between preserving its cultural and architectural heritage, as well as keeping up with the bustling 21st century-paced lifestyle.

Kruja, Albania

For most people, Albania means hot sun, sand beaches, and the warm embrace of the Adriatic and Ionian Seas. However, if you travel to the scenic village of Valbona in the north of the country, you can explore a completely different side of beautiful Albania.

Apollonia Archeological Park, Llogora, Albania

Charming Llogara boasts one of the best locations in Albania. Nestled in the Albanian Riviera, it is a perfect place to escape the commotion of everyday life and spend some time one on one with the defiant beauty of Albanian nature.

Mokra Gora, Serbia

Unveil the secrets of Mokra Gora, a true Serbian gem located between the Zlatibor and Tara mountains. A scenic place with Narnia-like landscapes, tiny wooden villages, and sparkling springs is a perfect choice for all nature-lovers.

Saranda, Albania

Beautiful Saranda is a great place if you want to explore the rich Albanian culture but at the same time don't want to miss out on the golden beaches, hot sun, and welcoming waters of the Ionian Sea.

Shkodra, Albania

Visiting Shkodra is almost like stepping back in time. This charming Albanian city managed to preserve the cozy atmosphere of the little towns that we see in old movies.

Sibiu, Romania

The splendid Romanian town of Sibiu was founded in the distant 12th century and has been increasing its unique allure ever since. In fact, Sibiu is considered to be a pioneer in a number of important aspects of the country's life.

Sighisoara, Romania

Nestled in the famous Transilvania region is one of the most fascinating towns of Romania, colorful Sighisoara, with charming cobbled streets and medieval churches. It is known as the birthplace of the great and terrible Dracula.

Split, Croatia

Apart from scenic landscapes, the Croatian city of Split also features a UNESCO World Heritage-listed palace as well as numerous other monuments of history and architecture worth exploring.

Sulina, Romania

Sulina is the largest town in the Danube delta, first documented in 950 AD, with about 50% of the delta’s population living here.

Tirana, Albania

The incredible capital of sunny Albania, Tirana is the city that can certainly surprise you. Most Albanian cities emit calmness, they are a great place to mentally rest and recharge. And that’s exactly what sets lively Tirana apart.

The Koman Lake, Albania

For most people, Albania means hot sun, sand beaches, and the warm embrace of the Adriatic and Ionian Seas. However, if you travel to the scenic village of Valbona in the north of the country, you can explore a completely different side of beautiful Albania.

Zadar, Croatia

The city of Zadar, set on the Dalmatian Coast in Croatia, provides with everything that is great about traveling, it is basically Croatia in a nutshell, making it a must-visit while in the area.

Zagreb, Croatia

Located in the northwest by the Sava River, the capital of Croatia, Zagreb, is one full of historical heritage as well, thus it all adds up to one fruitful journey.

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All Attractions in Balkans

All Attractions in Balkans

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