Romania / Bulgaria / North Macedonia / Albania / Montenegro / Bosnia & Herzegovina / Croatia / Slovenia
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Assemble at KLIA for your departure flight to the capital of Romania ~Bucharest.
Bucharest: In southern Romania, is the country's capital and commercial center.
City orientation tour: Opera & Theatra Hall, Revolution Square Arch of Triumph, Kretzulescu Church, Romanian Athenaeum.
Palace of Parliament (entrance): The world’s second-largest administrative building after the Pentagon. (Closed if clashes with event)
Sinaia: Surrounded by ski trails enjoy the spectacular view along the way.
Peles Castle (entrance): Is a Neo-Renaissance castle in the Carpathian Mountains, this former summer palace for the King of Romania is exquisite and one of the truly fairytale castles of Europe. ( Closed on Monday, OCT-MID APR closed on Monday&Tuesday)
Bran: Is a commune in Brasov old village.
Bran Castle (entrance): Which is more commonly referred to and marketed as "Dracula's Castle".
Veliko Tarnovo: A mountain city located in the north of Bulgaria. It has often been called the "City of the Tsars", as it was historically the capital of the Bulgarian political entities.
Tsarevets (Fortress) (courtyard entrance): The most significant monument of culture in Veliko Tarnovo, situated on the homonymous peak. surrounded on three sides by the river Yantra.
Sofia: Is the capital of Bulgaria.
Sofia city walking tour: National Historical Museum. National Archaeological Museum - The largest and oldest former Ottoman mosque in the city, reformed into a National Museum in 1892. The National Assembly Building - is used by the Bulgarian parliament for parliamentary debates. Saint Sofia Church - is the second oldest church in the Bulgarian. Ivan Vazov National Theatre - the oldest and most authoritative theater in the country and one of the important landmarks of Sofia.
The St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (entrance): Built in Neo-Byzantine style, it serves as the cathedral church of the Patriarch. It is one of the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedrals in the world.
Rila Monastery (entrance): The largest and most famous Eastern Orthodox monastery on the slopes of the highest mountain range in Bulgaria. (Closed on Monday)
Skopje: The capital and largest city of North Macedonia.
Skopje city orientation tour: View the highest point in the city Skopje Fortress, The Stone Bridge, Mustafa Pasha Mosque, Old Bazaar.
Memorial House of Mother Theresa: Is dedicated to the humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mother Teresa and is located in her hometown Skopje, where she lived from 1910 to 1928.
Ohrid: A small resort city on the hilly shores of Lake Ohrid in the southwest of the Republic of Macedonia.
Lake Ohrid: Take a boat ride tour explore one of Europe's deepest and oldest lakes preserving a unique aqua
Walking tour: View St. Sophia Church, Church of Saints Clement and Panteleimon, Samuel's Fortress and Ancient Theater.
Berat: Most striking feature is the collection of white Ottoman houses, earning it the title of town of a thousand windows' and listed of UNESCO World Heritage sites in 2008.
Berat Castle (entrance): It is built on a rocky hill on the left bank of the river Osum. Is a fortress overlooking the town of Berat.
Tirana: The capital of Albania, is known for its colorful Ottoman, Fascist and Soviet-era architecture.
City orientation tour: View one of the oldest buildings left in the city Et'hem Bey Mosque, The Presidential Office, Mother Teresa Square.
Shkodra: One of the oldest and most historic places in Albania, as well as an important cultural and economic center.
Rozafa Castle (entrance): It rises imposingly on a rocky hill, surrounded by the Buna and Drin rivers.
The Ebu Bekër Mosque: Was historically important in the scholarly learning of the city and attracted notable Islamic scholars and theologians.
Budva: Budva is a coastal tourist resort in Montenegro. It is often called "Montenegrin Miami". Panoramic view over St Stefan, an exclusive island hotel.
Old city of Kotor: An ancient trade center. The Old Town has a well-preserved collection of buildings, churches, squares and stone streets that date back to the middle ages.
Cathedral St Tryphon: A Roman Catholic cathedrals in Montenegro.
Dubrovnik: Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site with its orange-hued roofs, ancient city walls, marble streets and baroque buildings.
Walking tour: View the Clock Tower, Orlando’s Column and Sponza Palace, Dominican Monastery and Franciscan Monastery, which also houses Europe’s 3rd-oldest pharmacy.
Rector’s Palace (entrance): Built in the Gothic style, it also has Renaissance and Baroque elements, harmoniously combining these elements together.
City Walls (entrance): A series of defensive stone walls surrounding the city. . From the top, the view over the old town and the shimmering Adriatic is sublime.
Mostar: A beautiful valley bedded in between high mountains of Herzegovina, known for its famous stone bridge across Neretha river, built by the Ottoman Dubrovnik, also known as the Pearl of the Adriatic.
Sarajevo: One of the most historically interesting and varied cities in Europe, where the Western and Eastern Roman Empire split.
Sarejevo walking tour: Includes Bascarsija, the Gazi Husrev Mosque, the Old Orthodox Church of St Archangel Michael and Gabriel, the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Old Jewish Temple and shopping at Bazaar street.
The Plitvice Lakes National Park (entrance): Is an UNESCO world heritage since year 1979. The beauty of the National Park lies in its sixteen lakes, inter-connected by a series of waterfalls and set in deep woodland populated by deer, bears, wolves, boars and rare bird species.
Ljubljana: Capital of Slovenia
Postojna Caves (entrance): The queen of the entire karst underground kingdom. The system of subterranean caves is one of the most easily accessible networks underground caves in the world.
Experience on a ride by electric train through a series of cave hall with stalagmite, lakes and translucent curtains create unforgettable impression whereby you can see the “human fish” in the cave.
Bled: Take a boat ride in the Lake Bled - is the greatest attraction is its crystal blue-green lake, the lake is lovely to behold from almost any vantage point.
Bled Castle (entrance): A medieval castle built on a precipice above the city of Bled in Slovenia, overlooking Lake Bled.
Ljubljana City Orientation Tour: Includes the Triple Bridge and the Dragon Bridge, and view the St Nicholas Cathedral.
Ljubljana castle with cable car: Only one of the castles in the city and the most visited.
Zagreb: Capital and the largest city of the Republic of Croatia. A typical Central European town.
Zagreb City Orientation Tour: Visit Lower and Upper town of Zagreb, Stone Gate and The Litter Chapel - a painting of the Mother of God.
Transfer to airport for your flight back to home.
Arrive home, bringing with you beautiful souvenirs and sweet memories of your tour with us.