In this private tour you will see most of the Balkan countries. You will have the opportunity to visit:- Bucharest the capital of România- Veliko Tarnovo the former capital of Bulgaria- Sofia the capital of Bulgaria- Skopje the capital of Macedonia- Pristina the capital of Kosovo- Podgotita the capital of Muntenegro - Budva city of Muntenegro on the shore at Adriatic sea.- Dubrovnik city of Croatia on the Shore at Adriatic sea. - Sarajevo capital of Bosnia & Hetegovina- Belgrad capital of Serbia- Novi-Sad city of Serbia- Timișoara city of Romania- Sibiu city of Romania- Bucharest the capital of Romania
During this intensitive 2 days tour from Sofia, we will explore the heritage and culture of two countries in the Western Balkans – North Macedonia and Kosovo. You will learn about the rich and fascinating ancient history of these lands and understand a bit better the complexity of the politics and the search for identity in the modern age. In North Macedonia, we will visit the capital of the country – Skopje. This city is one of the most bizarre cities on the Balkan Peninsula - a mixture of authentic monuments from the Ottoman period, and new neo-classical buildings. In Kosovo – Europe’s newest country, we will explore two of the most popular cities- Pristina (the capital of Kosovo) and Prizren. Please prepare for long distances and a lot of new impressions.
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