13 Days travel package Balkan Peninsula

13 days Tour
7 Countries
11 City Tours


One's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.
Package details


13 days Tour
7 Countries (Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia)
11 City Tours
9 Breakfast and Dinners
10 Lunches
All ticket included
Arrival to: Bucharest (Romania)
Departure from: Zagreb (Croatia)

Tour itinerary
1.Day – Arrival in Bucharest (Romania)

1.Day – Arrival in Bucharest (Romania)

Arrival at the Bucharest International Airport
Welcome drink and introductory meeting with Tour Leader
Departure to the Sinaia (160km)
Visit to the Peles Castle - Nestled at the foot of the Bucegi Mountains in the picturesque town of Sinaia, Peles Castle is a masterpiece of German new-Renaissance architecture, considered by many one of the most stunning castles in Europe. Commissioned by King Carol I in 1873 and completed in 1883, the castle served as the summer residence of the royal family until 1947. Its 160 rooms are adorned with the finest examples of European art, Murano crystal chandeliers, German stained-glass windows and Cordoba leather-covered walls.
Lunch at traditional restaurant
Departure to the Bran Castle (15 km)
Visit to the Bran Castle -The region between Bucegi and Piatra Craiului has sparked a series of historical episodes, from prehistoric days until current times, all due to one major geographical and historical factor: the Bran Gorge. The Bran Gorge, one of the most important trans-Carpathian passages, has had a dynamic history .A natural amphitheater, guarded from the East by the Bucegi Mountains and from the West by the Piatra Craiului Massive, the Bran Gorge offered, due to its concave space, a wide panorama both to Burzenland (Ţara Bârsei), and to the hills and valley of Moeciu.
Transfer to the Hotel Check in to the Hotel
Dinner and overnight stay in Bucharest

2.Day – Bucharest (Romania) - Veliko Tarnovo - Sofia (Bulgaria)

2.Day – Bucharest (Romania) - Veliko Tarnovo - Sofia (Bulgaria)

Breakfast in the Hotel
Check out
Bucharest City Tour - known as the "Little Paris of the East„. At first glance, the architecture is dizzying, but it's a fascinating mix. In Bucharest walking tour you’ll have the opportunity to visit some of the most famous tourist attractions. The tour includes: Revolution Square,  The Romanian Athenaeum, The Royal Palace, Victory Avenue, Old City Center including Stavropoleos Monastery, Hanul lui Manuc (Manuc’s Inn), The Parliament Palace, The Palace of the Patriarchate and more.
Departure to the Veliko Tarnovo (200 km) – visit to the Old Capital of Bulgaria 
Lunch at local restaurant
Continue to Sofia (220 km)
Check In to the Hotel
Dinner and overnight stay in Sofia

3.Day – Sofia - Skopje (Macedonia)

3.Day – Sofia - Skopje (Macedonia)

Breakfast in the Hotel
Check out
Sofia City Tour - Sofia is Bulgaria’s capital and its largest city. Visitors exploring the city’s streets can see remnants of The Eastern Gate from the days when Sofia was Serdika and Sredets, dating from the 2nd-4th centuries CE. These remains are exhibited in the underpass connecting the Presidential Palace and The Ministerial Council, surrounded by shops selling traditional Bulgarian souvenirs and rosewater.
Lunch in the local restaurant
Departure to the Skopje (250km)
Skopje City Tour - In the capital of Macedonia, you will meet your Local Guide and learn about Macedonia’s proud history and see its main sites, like the Memorial House of Mother Theresa, who come from here, the Millennium Cross, and the Alexander the Great statue on Macedonia Square.
Check in to the Hotel
Dinner and overnight stay in Skopje

4.Day – Ohrid (Macedonia)

4.Day – Ohrid (Macedonia)

Breakfast in the Hotel
Check out
Departure to the Ohrid and Ohrid City Tour (170km)- classified as UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage site. Tour includes the Church of St. Sofia, the most eminent mediaeval monument in Macedonia with magnificent Byzantine fresco paintings and St. Clement Church with its icon of Annunciation
Lunch in the local restaurant
Ohrid Lake - that is astonishingly clean and crystal-clear waters, together with the amazing Mountain that have captivated visitors since prehistoric times. Visit to St. Naum Monastery, built on the shores of Ohrid Lake in 900 A.D. and dedicated to the Slavic missionary and educator St. Naum of Ohrid.
Free afternoon for self-discovering this beautiful Lake
Return to the Hotel
Dinner and overnight stay in Ohrid

5.Day – Tirana (Albania) - Budva (Montenegro)

5.Day – Tirana (Albania) - Budva (Montenegro)

Breakfast at the Hotel
Check out
Departure to Tirana (130km) and Tirana City Tour – Capital City of the Albania. With Local Guide where you will be able to learn about the turbulent history of this interesting city and also visit to the Old Kruja Bazaar and Skanderbeg Square.
Lunch in the local restaurant
Departure to Budva (180km) and Budva City Tour – is a town in Montenegro on the Adriatic Sea. With professional guide who will take you around the Old Town and show you the most important spots: Ballerina and Mogren Beach, Land Gate, Ancient Necropolis, Square of Churches, Citadel, Njegoš's street, Marina, Mediternaska Street and Slovenska Coast. You will hear about history of the town from the beginning up to present day.
Check in to the Hotel
Dinner and overnight stay in Budva


6.Day- Kotor (Montenegro), Dubrovnik (Croatia)

6.Day- Kotor (Montenegro), Dubrovnik (Croatia)

Breakfast in the Hotel
Check out
Departure to Kotor (20km) and Kotor City Tour – expect to be swept away by the beautiful landscaping that surrounds you. The Old City of Kotor is one of the most well preserved medieval towns. It is surrounded by a large city wall that was built during the 9th century with Venetian influence. This coastal town is also a UNESCO World Natural and Historical Heritage Site, for its beautiful bay area and scenic background.
Lunch in the local restaurant
Departure to Dubrovnik (90km) and Dubrovnik City Tour- which will include all main things, historical and cultural value of this magnificent and unique town. Dubrovnik, also known as "the Pearl of the Adriatic", is a city on the Croatian coast. Its medieval city on the Croatian side of the Adriatic coastline and a treasure - trove of cultural - historical monuments that were created throughout its thousand-year existence. George Bernard Shaw was enchanted by this beautiful city, about which he said "those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik and see Dubrovnik„ and its medieval walls have been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. 
Lunch at traditional restaurant
Departure to Trebinje (30km)
Check in to the Hotel
Dinner and overnight stay in Trebinje

7.Day - Mostar - Sarajevo (B&H)

7.Day - Mostar - Sarajevo (B&H)

Breakfast in the Hotel
Check out
Departure to Mostar (120km) and Mostar City Tour- which include visit to all the most important cultural and historical landmarks like: The Old Bridge, Biscevica corner, Koskin Mehmed-Pasha's Mosque, Old part of Mostar, Kujundziluk Street, Kajtaz House, Karadjoz-Bey's Mosque, Museum of Herzegovina.
Lunch in local restaurant
Departure to the Sarajevo (120km)
Check In to the Hotel
Dinner and overnight stay in Sarajevo


8.Day- Sarajevo and War Tunnel Museum (B&H)

8.Day- Sarajevo and War Tunnel Museum (B&H)

Breakfast in the Hotel
Check out
Sarajevo City Tour on foot, visiting all important cultural-historical sightseeing and introducing the story about historical facts, the last war and legends of Sarajevo. We will visit: Bascarsija with old handcrafts streets, Water fountain Sebilj, Town hall, Spite House, Old Orthodox Church, Gazi Husrev Bey Mosque, Cathedral, Jewish synagogue, Latin bridge and place of Franz Ferdinand's assassination, Markale marketplace, Sarajevo Roses and more...
Lunch in the local restaurant
Departure to War Tunnel Museum (12km) - You will hear story about legends of this City in the Tunnel of Hope that was an underground tunnel constructed between March and June 1993 during the Siege of Sarajevo in the midst of the Bosnian War.
Departure to Bihac (300km)
Check in to the Hotel
Dinner and overnight stay in Bihac

9.Day- Plitvice Lake - Rastoke (Croatia) - Trebnje (Slovenia)

9.Day- Plitvice Lake - Rastoke (Croatia) - Trebnje (Slovenia)

Breakfast at the Hotel
Check out
Departure to the Plitvice Lake National Park (20km) Visit to the Plitvice Lake National Park is one of the oldest and the largest national parks in Croatia In 1979, and it was added to the UNESCO World Heritage register.
Continue to Rastoke (30km) - called “the Small Lakes of Plitvice „ that is connected to the Plitvice Lakes by the Korana river for lunch in local restaurant.
We will stop by in the famous Sanus Virens (30km)
Late afternoon arrival to Trebnje (170km)
Check in to the Hotel
Dinner and overnight stay in Trebnje


10.Day- Lake Bled - Postojna - Ljubljana (Slovenia)

10.Day- Lake Bled - Postojna - Ljubljana (Slovenia)

Breakfast in the Hotel
Departure to the Lake Bled (100km) a lake in the Julian Alps of the Upper Carniola region of northwestern Slovenia. With its iconic fairy-tale Church atop of the tiny rock island in the middle of Lake Bled. The town has also long been a destination for those seeking relaxation, through its sunny Alpine air and thermal springs.
Lunch in local restaurant
Departure to the Postojna (100km) - The jaw-dropping Postojna Cave, a series of caverns, halls and passages some 24km long and two million years old, was hollowed out by the Pivka River, which enters a subterranean tunnel near the cave’s entrance. Visitors get to see 5km of the caves
Return to the Hotel (50km)
Dinner and overnight stay in Trebnje


11.Day- Ljubljana (Slovenia)

11.Day- Ljubljana (Slovenia)

Breakfast at the Hotel
Departure to Ljubljana (50km)
Ljubljana City Tour - We will begin with a guided walking Tour of the historical City center and hear the stories behind Ljubljana's major landmarks and monuments. We will visit Presernov Trg Square- dominated by the Franciscan Church then the Triple Bridge, then Plecnik's Market and the Cathedral. We will continue our walk to the Town Hall- now used as the seat of the City Municipality of Ljubljana. We will continue to the Robba Fountain, crossing the Cobblers' Bridge and passing the National and University Library.
Lunch in local restaurant
Free time on your disposal
Transfer to the Hotel (50km)
Dinner and overnight stay at Trebnje


12.Day- Zagreb (Croatia)

12.Day- Zagreb (Croatia)

Breakfast at the Hotel
Check out
Departure to Zagreb (90km)
Zagreb City Tour –Zagreb has a rich cultural Heritage dating from Prehistoric ages. The very First findings of human habitants in the area date all the way to the Stone Age, around 35000 B.C. The Zagreb City, with its cultural and historical legacy and significance, is one of the most vital cities in Europe. In our Tour we will visit: Kaptol upper town and it is the seat of the Roman Catholic archbishop of Zagreb, Dolac Market place-Zagreb's colorful fruit and vegetable market, Tkalciceva Street, Radiceva Street, Stone Gate-one of the noteworthy landmarks in Zagreb, St. Mark's Square, The Lotrscak Tower - fortified tower which dates from the 13th century, Strossmayer Square, Ban Jelacic Square which is the central square of the Zagreb City.
Free time on your disposal in the City Centre
Lunch at traditional restaurant
Check in to the Hotel
Dinner and overnight stay in Zagreb


13.Day- Zagreb (Croatia) -  Departure

13.Day- Zagreb (Croatia) - Departure

Breakfast at the Hotel
Check out from the Hotel
Departure to the Airport
End of the Tour


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