Our Balkan Tours include Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia.
The Balkan peninsula is surrounded by the Adriatic, Aegean and Black Seas. The region is a contrast of hot mediterranean coastlines and cool European mountain ranges such as the Rhodope Mountains in southern Bulgaria, The Transylvanian Alps in Romania and the Dinaric range extending down the Adriatic coast to Albania.
We have split the Balkans into two categories: nations facing the Adriatic Sea and nations on the Black Sea.
The Adriatic Sea:
Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia & Slovenia
- Dubrovnik to Zagreb EU406 – 5 days to Dubrovnik, Split, Trogir, Zadar and Zagreb
- Treasures of Croatia EU407 – 5 day tour of Zagreb, Plitvice, Split, Dubrovnik
- Highlights of Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina EU408 – 5 day Guided Tour of Croatia and Bosnia
- The Croatia to Bosnia Tour EU916 – 7 day guided tour from Zagreb and Sarajevo to Dubrovnik
- Adriatic Highlights EU405 – 8 days departing from Dubrovnik to Zagreb
- Beauties of the Balkans EU409 – 8 days Montenegro, Albania Macedonia departure from Dubrovnik
- 9 Day Tour of Croatia, Bosnia & Serbia EU411 – 9 days to Zagreb, Plitvice, Trogir, Split, Dubrovnik, Mostar, Sarajevo, Belgrade
- The Tour of Croatia EU917 – 9 day guided vacation from Zagreb, Plitvice, Split, Hvar, Dubrovnik and Kotor.
- Croatia Circle Tour EU403 – 9 days Zagreb,Plitvice,Split, Dubrovnik,Trogir,Zadar, Zagreb
- The Croatia & Slovenia Tour EU913 – 9 days from Dubrovnik, Split, Plitvice Lakes, Postojna Cave, Bled, Ljubljana to Zagreb.
- Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia & Slovenia EU911 – 11 day Guided Vacation from Belgrade to Zagreb
- The Bosnia, Croatia & Slovenia EU912 –11 days from Sarajevo to Zagreb.
- The Adriatic Tour to Croatia, Slovenia & Italy EU915 – 11 day guided vacation from Dubrovnik to Venice.
- Adriatic Island Cruise and Croatian Land Tour EU404 – 12 days from Dubrovnik to Zagreb
- Discover the Balkans Tour EU402 – 13 days Balkan discovery tour to Montenegro Albania. Macedonia from Zagreb Croatia
- The Adriatic Tour to Croatia, Bosnia, Slovenia & Italy EU914 – 14 day guided vacation from Zagreb to Venice.
- 14 Day Tour and Cruise to Croatia & Bosnia EU410 – 14 days 7 day guided tour combined with a 7 day cruise.
- Grand Balkan Tour with Adriatic Cruise EU412 – 20 Days Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Albania & Macedonia
The Black Sea:
Bulgaria and Romania
- Dracula’s Footsteps EU1501 – 4 days to Transylvania departing from Bucharest
- Rose Fields and Monasteries EU203– 6 days to see the Rose Festival and the Monasteries
- Rose Festival in Bulgaria EU204 – 6 days during the famous Rose festival when the petals for rose oil are picked
- The Treasures of Bulgaria EU205 – 8 days from Sofia to Veliko Tarnovo, Troyan, Valley of the Roses, Plovdiv, Backoro, Rila
- Bulgaria Tourism off the Beaten Path – Private Tour EU208 – 8 days to see other side of Bulgaria
- Discover Romania EU1301 – 8 days from Bucharest to mountain monasteries, medieval villages and alpine lakes
- Bulgaria and Romania EU206 – 9 days Sofia to Bucharest
- Best of Bulgaria EU207 – 10 days small group (max. 10 people), guided tour that presents the best of nature and heritage of Bulgaria
- Classic Romania and Bulgaria EU1502 – 10 days with guaranteed departures starting in Sofia and ending in Bucharest
- Treasures of Romania and Bulgaria EU1302 – 15 days Romania and Northern Bulgaria – Sofia to Bucharest
About The Countries in our Balkan Tours:
The main rivers are the Danube, Sava, and Vardar. The Balkans have been a focal point in European history as they are the bridge between the East and the West. This also means the Balkans have been one of the main battle fields for competing international powers. Many conquering armies including the Romans, Byzantines, Goths, Greeks, Macedonians, Ottomans, Allies, Axis Nations have fought over this territory. Many positive things have come to the world from the Balkans including this eclectic list: Nikola Tesla, Mother Teresa, Parachutes, Cevapi (sausages) and the Cyrillic alphabet that is used by Russia among other nations.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
The home of many medieval villages, rivers and lakes, plus the craggy Dinaric Alps. The capital Sarajevo has a well preserved old quarter.
Bulgaria is bisected by the Balkan mountains and with its northern border the Danube River and the Black Sea to the east. It is a unique country populated by generous and peaceful people who remained unbroken by the communist oppression. Tourists to the country can enjoy distinctive Greek style towns, snow-capped mountains, colorful medieval churches, Thracian tombs, outstanding wines, rose valleys, hot springs and popular seaside resorts.
Croatia is an ancient nation, yet a very young nation state. Tomislav build a formidable kingdom in the tenth century. From the 16th – 17th centuries, Croatia was a great naval power. Finally, the country awoke as a national entity in the nineteenth century. It has endured over a thousand years of subjugation, incursions, and outright wars before being recognized in 1992 as a distinct entity.
Situated on the Adriatic coast, Montenegro has many amazing lakes, 5 national parks and gorgeous mountains. Podgorica is the capital, but Cetinje is the Royal capital. With a population of 670,000 it has a very proud and rich history.
With more than 50 lakes, Macedonia is the fifth highest country in Europe. Skopje, the capital, is said to be seven thousand years old. There are nearly 1,000 churches and monasteries, and 365 of them in Ohrid.
Romania is a southeastern European country known for the forested region of Transylvania, ringed by the Carpathian Mountains. It has preserved its medieval towns include Sighişoara, and there are many fortified churches and castles, notably clifftop Bran Castle, long associated with the Dracula legend.
The landlocked republic of Serbia has a population of 1.6 million. Located between Bosnia and Bulgaria with a total of 8 nations on it borders. From the agricultural regions of the Pannonian Plain in the north, across the fertile river valleys and orchard-covered hills of Šumadija, the landscape of Serbia continues southward, gradually giving way to mountains rich in canyons, gorges and caves, as well as well-preserved forests. Serbia’s beautiful mountains, national parks, rivers and lakes are the perfect location for a vacation. Popular destinations include: Belgrade and Novi Sad, the mountains of Kopaonik and Zlatibor and the spa towns of Vrnjačka Banja and Sokobanja.Slovenia
Slovenia adjoins northeastern Italy and is famous for mountains, ski resorts and lakes. The capital, Ljubljana, has a mix of baroque and modern architecture. Jože Plečnik’s iconic Tromostovje Bridge (Triple Bridge) spans the Ljubljanica River. Bled contains a church-topped islet and a cliffside medieval castle.
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