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Availability : 15.04.2020-25.04.2020
Belgrade
Belgrade
The Balkan peninsula is a mixture of 12 different cultures, 4 religions, 13 languages, 12 countries, and 12 capitals.
With approximately 55 million inhabitants on 470,000 kilometers. 15 different but still similar kitchens, each country with the same hospitality on the Balkan.
We at Pointers Travel love the Balkans and the people who live here, and we would be very happy to bring you closer so you can really feel the way of living here!

The concept of the Balkan peninsula was created by the German geographer August Zeune in 1808, who mistakenly considered the Balkan Mountains the dominant mountain system of Southeast Europe spanning from the Adriatic Sea to the Black Sea. The term of the Balkan Peninsula was a synonym for Rumelia (European Turkey) in the 19th century, the former provinces of the Ottoman Empire in Southeast Europe. It had a geopolitical rather than a geographical definition, further promoted during the creation of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in the early 20th century. The definition of the Balkan peninsula’s natural borders does not coincide with the technical definition of a peninsula and hence modern geographers reject the idea of a Balkan peninsula, while scholars usually discuss the Balkans as a region. The term has acquired a stigmatized and pejorative meaning related to the process of Balkanization, and hence the preferred alternative term used for the region is Southeast Europe.

Do not hesitate to visit the Balkan Peninsula, do it today, do it with us – you will not regret it!

Itinerary

Day I (15.04.)Arrival at Belgrade airport

We pick up the tourists from the airport in Belgrade and take them to the hotel where we will be staying that night. Dinner.

Day II (16.04.)Belgrade-Skopje

After breakfast, we are going on a city tour in Belgrade and after the tour, we are heading to Skopje. On the way to Skopje, we will make a stop in Predejane for lunch. After lunch, we are continuing to Skopje where we will arrive in the late afternoon hours. Dinner.

Day III (17.04.)Skopje-Canyon Matka

After breakfast, we are going on a city tour in Skopje, have lunch in the old part of the city and then visit the beautiful canyon Matka and have a boat ride on the lake. Free evening. Dinner.

Day IV (18.04.)Skopje-Ohrid-St.Naum

After breakfast, we are going to Ohrid where we will visit the Museum on water, the Monastery of Saint Naum and have lunch there. After lunch, we are going back to the central part of Ohrid where we will have a city tour in the afternoon hours. Dinner.

Day V (19.04.)Ohrid-Tirana-See Skadar

After breakfast, we are going to Tirana where we will have a city tour and lunch. After lunch, we are heading to Montenegro where we will visit the magnificent lake Skadar and have a boat ride on the lake. Here we will be staying this night. Dinner.

Day VI (20.04.)Budva-Dubrovnik-Metković

After breakfast, we are going to Budva where we will have a city tour in the famous old part of the city and then we are heading to Dubrovnik where we will have a city tour as well. In the late afternoon/night we are going to Metković where we will be staying for the night. Dinner.

Day VII (21.04.)Sarajevo

After breakfast, we are going on a city tour in Sarajevo. We will be staying here for the night as well. Dinner.

Day VIII (22.04.)Split-Trogir

After breakfast, we are going to Split where we will have a city tour and lunch. After lunch, we are continuing to Trogir where we will have a city tour as well and then we are heading a hotel close to the national park Plitvice lakes. Dinner.

Day IX (23.04.)National park Plitvice Lakes-Zagreb

After breakfast, we are going on a tour in the national park Plitvice lakes where we will have lunch. After lunch, we are heading to the capital city of Croatia, Zagreb where we will have a city tour. Dinner.

Day X (24.04. 2020)Belgrade airport

After breakfast, we are going to the airport in Belgrade.

Tour Details
Departure and return location

Belgrade

Price includes

  • Transportation from the airport to hotel and back
  • 10 x Hotel accommodation (3 *, 4 * and 5 * hotels)
  • 10 x Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • Porterage
  • Entry tickets for museums, cathedrals, national parks, etc.
  • 10 days Croatian travel companion
  • Tour guide on English language
  • Tourist taxes
  • Bus for the trip
  • 2 x Boat-rides

Price excludes

  • All private expenses
  • Travel insurance

Complementaries

  • Comfortable clothes and shoes
This offer is for a minimum of 20 people
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