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Come with us on a journey throughout 6 beautiful countries of the Balkan region: Bosnia and Hercegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro and Albania.
Arrival to the airport of Prishtine, Kosovo. Meet your driver and English speaking tour guide that will guide you for the rest of the tour, following the morning sightseeing with the local guide. First we are going to visit the Gazimestan, the memorial site and monument commemorating the Battle of Kosovo (1389). Our trip continues to Gračanica (Grachanica) Monastery, a Serbian – Orthodox monastery built in the year 1321. by the Serbian king Stefan Milutin. Before returning to Prishtina we are going to visit a Bear sanctuary established in the year 2010. and supported by the international organisation Four Paws which are spreading their mission that humans need to treat animals with respect, empathy and understanding. Lunch at a local restaurant in Prishtina followed by a tour around town. The Capital of Kosovo with the majority of the Albanian population is the 2nd largest Albanian – speaking city in the world with the youngest population in Europe. Visit to Ethnographic Museum. Check in at the hotel. The rest of the day at leisure until dinner at the hotel restaurant.
After a buffet breakfast at the hotel, departure from Prishtina to Prizren by bus and English speaking tour guide. Prizren is the 2nd largest city in Kosovo and a true beauty situated on the banks of the Bistrica River. On our way we are going to visit the Sinan Pasha Mosque, Church Bogorodica Ljeviška (if time allows) and stop to visit an Old Town of Prizren, Hamam. Lunch at a local restaurant. We will continue our trip towards Macedonia and its capital Skopje. Arrival at the hotel and dinner at the hotel restaurant.
Buffet breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast we are going on a City Tour by bus and on foot. We are going to visit the Roman Scupi, Ottoman's Üsküp with its symbols, the Stone Bridge, the River Vardar and the Samoil's Fortress dominating the city skyline. Lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch our tour continues to Lake Ohrid. Nicknamed Balkan Jerusalem for once having 365 churches, one for each day of the year, Ohrid is one of only 28 sites that are part of UNESCO's World Heritage that are Cultural as well as Natural sites. Free at leisure until dinner at the hotel restaurant.
Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Departure on this day tour is by boat (if weather conditions allow – otherwise by bus) and local guide for the city of Ohrid, we are going to visit its medieval churches, monasteries, traditional houses and the Roman Amphitheater in the Old town. Lunch is at a local restaurant with Ohrid trout as a main dish. Continue towards Albanian border and the city Fier. Upon arrival dinner at the hotel restaurant.
Buffet breakfast at the hotel restaurant. Depart for Berat a city in Central Albania on the Osumi River, also one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities, a pride of Albanian architecture, the treasure of Albanian history and culture. Sightseeing on foot with a local guide through the old town district called Mengalemi, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Continue by bus to the southern Albania and the city of Gjirokastër, situated 300 m above sea level, its old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known as „a rare example of a well-preserved Ottoman town built by farmers of large estate“. Upon arrival, lunch at local restaurant. We will take a tour around town and visit Castle & Weapon Museum. Depart by bus for the Albanian coastline and the city of Sarandë, situated on an open sea gulf of the Ionian Sea, opposite of the northern part of the Greek Island of Corfu. Dinner at the hotel restaurant.
Buffet breakfast at the hotel restaurant. We are going to take a bus ride to the 20 km distant archeological site of Butrinti, UNESCO's Word Heritage site representing periods in the city’s development from a Greek colony until the Middle Ages. Lunch at a local restaurant. Continue by bus for the capital of Albania, Tiranë. Dinner at the hotel restaurant.
Breakfast at the hotel restaurant. Sightseeing on foot and by bus. Tiranë is a city where the old and the new Albania combine. Established in 1614 the city consisted of a mosque, a bakery and a Turkish bath. Today Tiranë is undergoing a major renovation from its communist days, but a lot of work still needs to be done. We are going to visit the Skanderbeg Square, Et'hem Bey Mosque and the Clock Tower, Tanner's Bridge, National Gallery of Arts and the Cloud by Sou Fujimoto, the „Pyramid“ and Presidents House. Depart by bus towards the border with Montenegro. Lunch at a local restaurant on the way. City walk through Kotor before dinner time. Kotor has one of the best preserved medieval old towns in the Adriatic and is a UNESCO world heritage site. Winding streets, squares, several Romanesque churches, 4,5 km of city walls, impressive and picturesque Mediterranean landscape are all of the things you will love in Kotor. Dinner at the hotel restaurant.
Early departure after a buffet breakfast at the hotel restaurant follows a bus ride towards the border with Bosnia and Hercegovina. Upon arrival to Mostar lunch at a local restaurant followed by the city sightseeing with a local guide. We will visit the bridge that is since the year 2005. a UNESCO world heritage site, the Balkan's most celebrated bridge was built by the Ottoman's in the 16th century and named after the bridge keepers (mostari) who in the medieval times guarded the Stari Most (Old Bridge) over the Neretva River. Our tour continues by bus towards Sarajevo. Dinner at a local restaurant with homemade Bosnian dishes.
Buffet breakfast at the hotel restaurant followed by a city sightseeing tour on foot. Surrounded by the Dinaric Alps and situated along the Miljacka River lies the capital of Bosnia and Hercegovina, nicknamed „European Jerusalem“ due to cities diverse ethnic and religious makeup, within the same neighborhood a mosque, Catholic and Orthodox church and the synagogue. We are going to visit famous landmarks as Latin Bridge, Empreror’s Mosque, market in the neighborhood Baščaršija (Bascharschija). Lunch at a local restaurant. Afternoon free at leisure.
Buffet breakfast at the hotel restaurant. Leave Sarajevo by bus to Višegrad. On our way we are going to visit the Mehmed Pasha Sokolović bridge, one of the most important monuments of Bosnia and Hercegovina which has been since 2007. on the UNESCO world cultural heritage list. The bridge was built in the period from 1571 – 1577 under the surveillance of, at that time the most famous Turkish architect, Mimar Sinan and is a masterpiece of that era. Our tour continues to the border with Serbia, in direction of the Mokra Gora hill with the railway heritage attraction „Šargan 8“, one of the Seven Serbian Wonders. After arrival we will have a lunch at a local restaurant and afterwards enjoy the railway ride from Šargan back to Mokra Gora. Continuing by bus to the mountain range in southwestern Serbia called Zlatar with its highest peak of 1.627m. A mountain of unusual beauty, wavy green and yellow fields around the Uvac lake, dense pine forests, significant Mediterranean influence and a high number of sunny days are maybe the reason for its name – Zlatar (Golden). Dinner at the hotel restaurant.
Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Departure by bus to the Studenica Monastery Complex, another of Seven Serbian Wonders, one of the largest and richest Serb Orthodox monasteries, established in the late 12th century with a priceless collection of 13th and 14th-century Byzantine paintings. Lunch at a local restaurant. Departure by bus for the capital of Serbia, Belgrade. Upon arrival dinner at the hotel restaurant.
Buffet breakfast at the hotel restaurant. Meet your local guide for the sightseeing. The bus is taking us through the widely varying architecture from a typical Central European town to the more modern architecture and spacious layout of New Belgrade. We are going to pass through the gates of the Kalemegdan Fortress and the St. Sava Orthodox Church another 2 out of 7 Serbian Wonders. The Kalemegdan Fortress is an imposing fortress at the confluence of the Danube and the Sava River, the Church of St. Sava is in the Orthodox heart of Belgrade, the pillar of Serbian faith, one of the largest Orthodox Churches in the world. While on the bus we are going to pass by Republic Square, Residence of Princess Ljubica, St. Michael’s Cathedral. Lunch at a local restaurant. Afternoon free at leisure.
Breakfast at the hotel restaurant. Departure by bus to Fruška Gora, mountain area, it is a natural geological phenomenon as it is built from the rocks from almost all geological periods. 90% of the park area is forested. The predominant free species include linden, oak and beech. Over a dozen Serbian Orthodox monasteries were built during the 16th century on Fruška Gora of which we are going to visit one Krušedol Monastery. Continue by bus to the second largest city of Serbia, Novi Sad an important trading and manufacturing center in the 18th and 19th century. We are going to walk to the Old quarter, Stari Grad, and the main square, the Freedom Square, the site of the Gothic Revival Name of Mary Church and the neo - Renaissance City Hall. Our bus will take us across the Danube, to the Petrovaradin Fortress built up as an Austrian fortification in the 17th and 18th century placed under the protection of the state. Lunch at a local restaurant. Together with our guide, we leave for the airport Nikola Tesla in Belgrade for the flight back home.
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