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Day 1

Departure from Bucharest by coach on the route: Pitesti, Craiova, Drobeta-Turnu Severin, Belgrade.

Check-in Hotel 3* in Belgrade.

Optional: Evening walk on Knez Mihailova street to serve dinner. It is the main pedestrian street in Belgrade. Tourists who venture to this boulevard should know that it is very crowded both during the day and during the night. We could say that the street is “paved” with numerous shops, ideal for shopping enthusiasts. Also, there are many chic cafes here, only good for relaxing and meeting friends.

Arrival in the evening at the 3* hotel in Belgrade.


Day 2

Breakfast at the Hotel.

After breakfast, we head to Bosnia and Herzegovina, a lesser known country, but gorgeous for its landscapes and cities!

We will visit the capital Sarajevo, the largest and most important city in the country. The main attractions of the city are: Vijecnica (City Hall building), a monument of Bosnian multiculturalism, Bascarsija Street, the main shopping street and home to a large number of handicraft shops, Pigeon Square, Franciscan Monastery, Emperor’s Mosque.

Next we move to the city of Mostar, one of the most beautiful and well-known places in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Here we will see the famous Stari Most Bridge, built during the Ottoman Empire and considered a technical marvel of its time, having a length of 20 m and a single arch, 29 m high, made of stone masonry.

From here we head towards Croatia and stop in the town of Orasac, near Dubrovnik, on the shores of the Adriatic Sea. Accommodation at a 3* hotel in Orasac or in the area.


Day 3

Breakfast at the Hotel.

After breakfast, departure to Dubrovnik, the emblematic city of Croatia and the most spectacular on the Adriatic coast! Pedestrian walk in the historic center of the city where we will see: the Rectors’ Palace, the Church of St. Blaise, the Church of St. Ignatius, the Franciscan Monastery and Church, the main artery of the city Stradun Street, the Walls and Defense Bastions of the Citadel and the Port!

Free time in Dubrovnik.

From here we head to Montenegro, walking along the Adriatic coast and arrive in Budva, the most beautiful resort of the country, where we will spend the next 3 nights.


Day 4

Breakfast at the Hotel.

Free time in the resort or Optional Excursion to Podgorica and Cetinje, Price 35 EUR/person (minimum group 20 people)

Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, is located at the cultural crossroads of several historically important roads, near the rivers Zeta, Morača, Cijevna, Ribnica and Sitnica, in the valley of Lake Skadar and next to the Adriatic Sea. The name “Podgorica” was first mentioned in 1326 in a royal document from the Kotor archives, meaning “under the ravine” or “under the mound”

Cetinje Monastery is an Orthodox monastery located in the town of Cetinje in Montenegro. It is located at the foot of Mount Orlov Krs, on the place where the royal court of Ivan Crnojević, who founded it in 1701, was once located. In the construction of the current monastery, several stones and building materials from the ruined monastery were used Crnojevici.

Accommodation at the same hotel in Budva


Day 5

Breakfast at the Hotel.

Free time in the resort or Optional Kotor Excursion, Price 35 EUR/person (minimum group 20 people)

The city of Kotor is in the top of the preferences of many tourists, along with Budva. Located in the bay of the same name, the medieval town is bordered by the high walls of the Lovcen mountains, on the shores of the gorgeous Bay of Kotor on the Adriatic coast! It was on the list of the most beautiful bays in the world, resembling a fjord, which is why it is called the southernmost fjord of Europe!

Here we will visit the Kotor Fortress located on the crest of the Semeti mountains and have free time in the city and at the beach!

Accommodation at the same hotel in Budva



Day 6


After breakfast we will head to Albania and visit Cetaea Rozafa, a special vestige with a legend that sounds familiar to us! The locals say that three Vlach brothers built the fortress, but everything they built during the day was destroyed at night, so they decided to put a sacrifice at the foundation of the fortress, more specifically the wife of one of them, the one who will come first with food.

We then arrive at the Kruje Fortress, located near the Albanian capital. Kruje was the capital city of Albania’s national hero, Skanderbeg. The Gjergj Kastrioti Skanderbeg Museum is located within the castle walls. Inside the castle walls are also the Ethnographic Museum and Dollma Tekke.

Here we will see the famous castle and museum dedicated to the national hero Skanderbeg (located inside the castle). Optionally, you can visit the Ethnographic Museum, which exhibits traditional Albanian clothing. We will have free time for shopping in the Old Bazaar, remarkable for the abundance of local artisan workshops in Kruja. Don’t miss the silver jewelry, at very convenient prices!

Today we will head to the capital Tirana. We start the city tour admiring the beautiful buildings in the city center: the National Museum, the Orthodox Church and the old Mosque located behind the imposing Clock Tower, then we continue with the Opera House and the National Bank.

Accommodation in Tirana.



Day 7


After breakfast we head to North Macedonia and stop in the city of Ohrid!

Tourists from all over the world come to admire Ohrid due to the fact that in the past it was nicknamed Jerusalem, this name coming from the 365 churches that were built here, one for each day of the year.

Optional: Boat ride (about 10 EUR, paid there). Lake Ohrid is one of the oldest and deepest lakes in Europe. It is the place where you will find old or rather very old churches dating back to the 10th century. It is also the place where it is said that one of the first universities in Europe was also there.

Lunch break and shopping in Ohrid.

Arrival in Skopje and accommodation at a 3* Hotel or similar. Free time in Skopje.

Skopje is the capital of Macedonia. Skopje represents the political, economic, industrial and cultural center of Macedonia, with the following tourist attractions: the Cathedral of Saint Clement of Orchid, the Millennium Cross – erected on the occasion of the 2nd millennium since the advent of Christianity, which watches over the city from Mount Vodno, Daut Pasha – a real Turkish bath, Kale Fortress, Kursumli An – a former Turkish inn that delights the eye with unique arches and domes, Mother Teresa Memorials, Mustafa Pasha Mosque – dominating the old part of the city with its minaret, reminds that the city was centuries ago – the row under Ottoman rule, the Old Bazaar – reflects the Macedonian capital’s cultural links with Islam, the Old Stone Bridge – located on the Vardari River.



Day 8

Breakfast at the Hotel.

Today we are leaving behind the beautiful places we visited and heading to our country.

We were crossing Bulgaria on the route Sofia – Plevna – Russe and we will arrive home in Bucharest during the evening.

Accommodation in Bucharest


Day 9 

Breakfast in the hotel

Discover the romanian capital and the biggest city in country, with a history of over 600 years of both glorious but also tragical times. Used to be called “little Paris” in the 1930′, this is a must-see city among the main attractions in Romania.

Our Bucharest City Tour includes the following itinerary: Free Press Square (Piata Presei Libere) – The Arch of Triumph (Arcul de Triumf) – Victoriei Square (Piata Victoriei) – Calea Victoriei – Revolution Square (Romanian Atheneum, Revolution’s Memorial) – The Palace of Parliament (Palatul Parlamentului) – Union Square (Piata Unirii) – University Square (Piata Universitatii) – Romana Square (Piata Romana) – Victoriei Square (Piata Victoriei) – Charles de Gaulle Square (Piata Charles de Gaulle) – The Village Museum (Muzeul Satului).

Entrance by Parliamnet Palace and Village Museum are optional, but we strongly recommend you visit both since they are both symbols of our capital city.

The tour ends with drive to the Otopeni Airport



Group Size Price EURO / pers in double room
10 – 20 pers 1090
20 – 30 pers 920
30 – 40 pers 860
Over 40 pers 790
Single Supplement 220

Included in the price:

  •  Transport with 3 stars Bus/ Minivan
  •  Licensed guide speaking your language
  •  Accommodation in 3 and 4 stars Hotels
  •  Breakfast in the hotels
  •  Guided tours by all sites

Not included in the price:

  •  Entrance fees at the sites
  •  Meals

Meeting point: pick-up from Bucharest / Otopeni Airport

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