Great Balkan Tour

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Package Details

18 CITY - 5 CAPİTAL CITY

1. Day
BEOGRAD

2. Day
SARAJEVO

3. Day
MOSTAR / POÇİTELİ / NEUM

4. Day
NEUM or TREBİNJE / DUBROVNİK / KOTOR / ULCİNJ

5. Day
ULCİNJ / İŞKODRA / TİRAN / OHRİ

6. Day
STRUGA / OHRİ / MANASTIR

7. Day
TETOVA / PRİZREN / PRİŞTİNE / ÜSKÜP

8. Day
ÜSKÜP
 
 
Belgrade City Guide

Located at the junction of the Danube and Sava rivers, Belgrade is the capital of Serbia. The most populous city in the country, Belgrade is the center of culture, education, economy and science. The city, which has been rebuilt and rebuilt many times throughout history, has hosted many civilizations and nations.

Places to visit

Belgrade, the symbol of your liveliness and activity, is one of the oldest cities in Europe. Belgrade has not been able to sustain continuity in its historical accumulations. However, there are many historical traces and natural elements in the city. Especially countless architectural and historical attractions are influencing those who see big houses.
 
The Old Palace is home to the Belgrade City Council. Built between 1882 and 1884, this building attracts attention with its magnificent carved ceilings of the Turkish era.
 
There are many monuments in Belgrade. You will find about 300 monuments scattered all over the city.
 
There are 65 public parks in Belgrade and a fountain with over 40 water bodies. Kalemegdan, Pionirski, Tašmajdan, Karađorđev and Gradski Park are the most famous parks in the city. Kalemegdan is the largest and most beautiful park in the city. In this park there are numerous monuments, the Military Museum, the Belgrade Zoo, the Cvijeta Zuzorić Art House, the Belgrade Cultural Preservation Institute, a luna park and the Belgrade Fortress. The fortress here is overlooking the Sava and the Danube Rivers from above. Two rivers meet at the bottom of the fortress.
 
Nikola Tesla Museum and the National Museum are two of Belgrade's best museums.
 
The Sava and Danube rivers have a total of 200 km of coastline within the boundaries of the city. In this section, there are 16 islands. Ada Ciganlija, Veliko Ratno Ostrvo and Gročanska island, these are the most popular of the islands.
 
In addition to this enormous historical and cultural heritage, the city is dominated by two rivers, 16 river islands, parks, gardens and large green areas.
Culture and Entertainment
 
Belgrade is the capital of Serbia's culture and arts. Theaters musical and cultural centers, galleries, libraries, concerts and other cultural events bring about Belgrade's rich cultural heritage. The city hosts the most important arts and cultural institutions of the country. The National Theater, the University of Art, the Academy of Arts and Science of Serbia and the National Library of Serbia are just a few examples of these cultural centers.
 
The National Theater, founded in 1868, is both an architectural wonder and an important performing arts center. The theater has a wide repertoire of drama, ballet, opera and various cultural events. Atelje 212, Jugoslovensko dramsko pozoriste (Yugoslav drama theater), Beogradsko dramsko pozoriste (Belgrade drama theater), Bitef teatar.
 
Belgrade is home to many orchestras, jazz orchestras and coves. The city's opera and ballet performances are staged in the National Theater. Beogradska Filharmonija (Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra) and Simfonijski Orchestra RTS-a (Serbian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra) Symphony Orchestra and Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra are the principal orchestras of the city.
 
The Belgrade Municipal Library, the Serbian National Library, and the Belgrade University Library are the city's three precious libraries. The City Library has many branches in different parts of Belgrade.
 
The city hosts many cultural activities throughout the year. International Belgrade Summer Festival (July-August), International Youth Music Competition (March), International Belgrade Theater Adventure (June), Belgrade International Theater Festival (September), Belgrade Book Fair (October-November) and Belgrade Music Festival (October) are important cultural events organized in the city.
 
Belgrade is a city that offers numerous entertainment opportunities. The city has two lush rivers and numerous artificial lakes. These water areas are rich in fish.
Ada Ciganlija is the entertainment center of the city. This island; It is an important sports and recreational center with boat trips, bowling opportunities, picnic areas, mini golf fields. The beach in Adana is one of the best beaches on the artificial lake side. Veliko Ratno Ostrvo Island is a dreamy place for nature lovers. The famous Lido Beach known as Zemun is located on this island.
Eating and drinking
 
The Belgrade cuisine is very rich nationally and internationally. Private restaurants and traditional venues have undertaken the architecture of a wide variety of flavors. The city's traditional culinary culture has improved considerably. Fish, cucumbers and desserts have an important place in the city cuisine. Pink, red and white wines, beer, fruit juices and Turkish coffee are the main beverages of the city cuisine.
 
Skadarlija is the town of Bohem. It comes to the foreground with traditional restaurants. If you want to taste the city's local delicacies, you should definitely visit it.
 

Sarajevo City Guide

Sarajevo is a capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, rising on an area surrounded by mountains on the Miljacka River. The most populous city in the country, Sarajevo is the center of economy, administration, culture, education and sports. The capital is famous for its social structure, which is dominated by religious and cultural diversity. For centuries, Muslims, Jews, Serbs, Turks, Croats and many communities have been living in peace.

 

Places to visit

You will come across the traces of the Ottoman Empire while visiting the city. In this period, the city was located on the east-west routes. The Austro-Hungarian Empire period also makes itself felt in some city structures and on the city's railways.
 
Ali Pasha Mosque, built in 1561, is a magnificent glass with its vault. Emperor Mosque and Gazi Husrev Bey Mosque are other important cultural and religious buildings of the city.
 
Officially opened in 1896, the Town Hall is a magnificent architectural monument built during the Austro-Hungarian period.
 
Built between 1863 and 1868 by Anreja Damjanovic, the Orthodox Cathedral is one of the largest Orthodox cathedrals in the Balkans. The interior walls of the church, which has been inhabited by three central sections, are decorated with colorful works. Sarajevo Cathedral is another important sanctuary built with Gothic and Roman architectural styles.
 
Built in 1581, the Old Jewish Temple is a historic synagogue with a hill called the Great Courtyard. This inner courtyard served the Jews living in Sarajevo.
 
Built in 1891 in Baščaršija and attracting attention with its own style, Sebil is the only fountain of the city in its own way.
 
The Botanical Garden of the National Museum in the city center is a part of the museum in question. Spread over an area of ​​14.270 m2, this garden hosts 2,000 kinds of plant variety.
 

Dubrovnik City Guide

Dubrovnik, one of the oldest cities in the Balkans, is set on a nose on the sea south of the Dalmatian coastline. The city, with a fascinating look that would give the impression created for a fairy tale, was rebuilt by UNESCO in spite of great damage to the result of Serbian intense bombing.
 
 
Places to visit

You should start by looking at the city from a bird's eye view of the city so you can see where you will go. The walk on the ramparts, which can not be interrupted for 1,940 meters, can be completed in 2 hours.
 
Old Dubrovnik Harbor serves only tourist boats. In the past, it was impossible to enter this port city for days without staying at the quarantine house near the entrance of the harbor. The oldest city is the largest and wide street Stradun that has passed all over. It is possible to see a different face of Dubrovnik on the narrow streets that cut the street.
 
The 13 islands in the north-west of Dubrovnik are known as the Elafiti Islands. Only these settlements are in Kolocep, Sipan, Lopud. 20 minutes to Kolocep Dubrovnik. There is only one hotel in the island. Sipan Island is the biggest of these three islands. It is famous for its charming island wines, with historic buildings from the 15th century. Lopud Island has the most beautiful beaches of the Dubrovnik area. The best of these is Sunj.
 
You can reach the island of Hvar by ferry service from Croatia's major port cities, Split and Dubrovnik. Trg Sveti to go around the island starts from Stjepana Square. The Franciscan Monastery is reached from among the pleasant buildings, and along the coastal road that continues in front of the Tophane building next to the square. In the converted cathedral, the maritime charts, old coins and tables of 1580s published in 1520 can be seen.
 
When we continue further north, the antagonist Vukasinovic's Palace and the Gargurovic Palace built in the 15th century are coming out. Stjepan Cathedral is another symbol of the city. The view of the city on the way to the hill, walking around the cathedral, is truly wonderful. On the way back from the city, there are many small churches, old houses and bratles in the streets of the city.
 
For those who want to swim in the surrounding small island, Tophane has regular island motorhomes in front of it. There are many restaurants on the square and on the harbor road. These delightful seaside restaurants serve local dishes, fish and pizzas. After the city tour you can rent motorbikes and walk around the beautiful sandy beaches of the island.
 
Jelsa and Vrboska are located in the north east. the address of these two small towns. In addition to bike rentals and hiking activities, you can enjoy the sea and the sun on one of the island's most beautiful beaches. Day trip boat trips are also organized to Brac Island, famous for its white sandy beaches in the north.
 
The Sucuraj, located in the east, also has its own charm. After a pleasant day here, you can reach the Hvar via Stari Grad in about 1.5 hours through the small mountain villages on the scenic road.
 
Korcula, considered one of the most beautiful islands of the Dalmatian coasts, is famous for being the birthplace of the famous traveler Marco Polo. There are ferry services to Korcula and other Adriatic islands from the island of Hvar or port towns like Split and Dubrovnik. House of Marco Polo, City Museum and St. Do not return without seeing Marco Cathedral.
Culture and Entertainment
 
The "old city" is surrounded by the city's rich historical fortifications. The old town is decorated with streets, monasteries and churches that cut through the narrow parallel streets of tiled roofed houses adjacent to each other. The old city was rebuilt after the 1292 fire and the 1667 earthquake.
 
Sponza Palace of the city, St. Blasie Church and Stradun Square, which is surrounded by the city clock tower. The Sponza Palace was built in the 16th century by the Gothic style Paskoj Milicevic. Dominican Church and Monastery Zadar was built in the 15th century by renowned architects from the period of Dubrovnik and Italy.
 
In the Franciscan Church and monastery just after Anacadden you can see the treasures that the city has preserved throughout history. Europe's first pharmacy supplies and prescription drugs and the richest library in the country are also here. There is a different figure on each column surrounding the courtyard of this monastery, which was the target of 51 balls in the 1991 war.
 

Podgorica City Guide

Like a universe that does not fit into its shell; Somehow he got rid of being a tourist. The city and its untouched geography, which surrounds it all, appears as the undiscovered face of the Adriatic. It is a place where you can enjoy an unforgettable holiday by enjoying the charming atmosphere of the small but rather old coastal towns, enjoying the beautiful beaches and the secret sea and sea. Dilersen is a comfortable hotel in multi-star hotels, but you can spend a good time with familiar menus and services. If you want a little bit of freedom, stay in a pension-style house and taste the flavors of the Adriatic cuisine. It is enough to go an hour at most to reach the seaside. From this point of view, Podgorica is ideally positioned for day trips all around the country in a central location.
 
Region geography; sometimes climbing, sometimes passing through in the form of landing. You can walk the road, but a cycling trip between spicy herbs and magnificent mountain masses can be quite enjoyable. For rafting lovers, we can add to the list of exciting canyon passes. There is a building protected by national parks, which the human hand has not yet touched. For now, four administrative divisions will be allocated to the six countries that will soon have significant differences. Lake Skadar is known as Europe's largest birdlife area. Central government protects these areas with the aim of being an "ecological state".
 
Morača and Cijevna canyons, Zeta and Sitnica rivers, and Lake Skadar can be considered as natural beauties. When you look at the mountain peaks, the image of these spots gives you a great excitement.
 

Places to visit

The best way to capture the panoramic view of the city is by ballooning. Relevant ties, gardens, mountains, lakes, rivers will give you the energy you need in your next days. One of Europe's highest temperature averages is Podgorica. On the other hand, it draws a very green image. A thousand and two hundred different plant species are naturally inherited. An ordinary journey starting from the edge of one of the rivers Ribnica or Morača will make you see all the flowers in the area.
 
Montenegro has announced its name as a bird watching spot. With binocular or naked eye; You can make observations from points such as Manastirska tapija, Grmožur, Omerova gorica, Crni žar, Pancevo oko.
 
The Millennium Bridge is one of the city's new and iconic structures. Built on the Moraca River, 170 meters long and 57 meters high from the ground, this bridge is a frequent destination for young people. It is also a place for those who like taking photos. The Moscow Bridge is another icon that connects the old and new face of the city. This building, which is a gift of the Moscow administration, connects the modern shopping district of the old city with the modern Hercegovačka cave. This bridge is only 105 meters long, allowing passage of pedestrians.
Culture and Entertainment
 
The capital of the Central Region, Podgorica, took its present form almost entirely during the Ottoman period. It was rebuilt as the pupil of Yugoslavia, even if it was bombed in World War II and collapsed. If there is an approach called "Eastern Bloc Style" in architecture, this is one of the places that protects it. In the streets, on the streets, you see that the buildings are breathing new and escaped together.
 
Our slice is in the middle of the new city which can be translated as "Cumhuriyet Square". This recently renovated area is also used as a stage in cultural events and festivals.

 

SERVICES INCLUDED IN THE PRICE:

  • Accommodation in double rooms
  • Guidance during the trip
  • Gruba special vehicle
  • Boat trip (Weather conditions available for groups of 15 people)
  • Open buffet breakfast
  • Lunch and Dinner
  • Expert guidance services

SERVICES NOT INCLUDED IN PRICE:

  • Personal expenses
  • Hotel extras (food and drinks in the rooms and in the lobby)
  • Single rooms (Single room only)
  • Foreign exit
  • Museum Entrance
  • Flight ticket

DESCRIPTIONS:

  • The tour guide has the right to make changes to the program.
  • The program fee is valid for 1 week.
  • The whole program fee is collected before the tour.
  • 0 - 6 years free (without bed), 40 - € less than 06 - 12 year tour fee.
  • Proposals that are approved and not communicated to us will not be considered.
  • Our tour prices are valid for 10 people and over groups.

ATTENTION PLEASE:

  • If there is a change in flight times, please let us know
  • The number of days and places to visit in our package program can be increased according to the student.
  • The validity date of your passport should not be less than 6 months.
  • Visa: Entry into Macedonia does not require a visa. But it is also difficult to enter without invitation.

It is necessary to mail the name and surname and passport numbers of the people who will be coming in at least one week before the date of the tour.

Your invitation to enter Macedonia will be sent to the mail address you prepared.

 

* This trip is orginized by one of our partners.

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  • Package Duration: 8 Day/7 Night
  • Destination: SERBIA / BOSNIA and HERZEGOVINA / CROATIA / MONTENEGRO / ALBANIA / MACEDONIA / KOSOVO
Package Price: €499.00

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