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The Balkan States

Capital Cities

Tirana, located in the center of Albania, is the country`s capital and home to one-sixth of Albania`s population. Tirana is Albania`s most important city with regard to politics, commerce, and culture.

Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina and a cultural hub in the Balkans. During its four-century rule by the Ottomans, it became one of the most multicultural cities in Europe.

One of the oldest capital cities in Europe, Sofia dates back to the 8th century BCE. Its landmarks reflect more than 2,000 years of history, including Greek, Roman, Ottoman and Soviet occupations.

Known as the `City of Museums`, as there are more of them per square foot than any other city in the world, Zagreb is the cultural, scientific, economic, political and administrative center of Croatia.

Skopje is the capital and largest city of North Macedonia. This vibrant city is one of the oldest in the Balkans, having been settled for six millennia, but its glittering appearance is much newer.

Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, sits at the confluence of two rivers, the Ribnica and the Moraca. Inhabited since the Stone Age, Montenegro`s cultural and economic epicenter has been ruled not just by the Montenegrins but also by the Ottomans and the Serbs.

Once known as the "Little Paris", Bucharest, Romania`s capital, is known for its wide, tree-lined boulevards, and glorious Belle Époque buildings.

One of Europe`s oldest cities, Belgrade`s wider city area was the birthplace of the largest prehistoric culture of Europe, the Vinca culture. Nowadays, it is the central economic hub of Serbia, and the capital of Serbian culture, education and science.

Ljubljana, long overlooked by American travelers in favor of adjacent European capitals like Vienna and Budapest, is now a city on the rise. Visitors only need a few moments to walk the pedestrian-only streets in the city center to feel the old-world historic charm.
Countries to Explore
Albania is well-known for its contributions to culture, which stretches back over two millennia.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is known for its Ottoman-era history and architecture, such as its famed Old Bridge in Mostar and the Old Stone Bridge in Konjic.
Many people picture Croatia as a fun-in-the-sun destination, and it has some of the most popular beaches in Europe.
North Macedonia, is known for its long and eventful history, stretching back to the Bronze Age.
Montenegro is perhaps best-known for its beautiful beaches, boasting over 180 miles of coastline and over 120 distinct beaches.
Romania is well-known for its rich history, dating back before the time of the Greeks and Romans.
Serbia is well-known for its historic sites, chronicling the story of a people that stretches back to Roman times.
Slovenia is a small country, and one you may not know a lot about, well-known for its varied geography, breathtaking scenery, and gorgeous views.
More to Explore

Croatia`s coast is a major draw for many of the country`s tourists, but while mainland cities have stunning beaches, so too do the islands. Croatia provides the perfect opportunity for island-hopping, and most islands are easily accessible by ferry.

Full of diversity, entrenched in history and blessed with spectacular landscapes, Eastern Europe offers something for everyone. From Croatia`s crystal-blue Adriatic seacoast to the haunted castles of Transylvania in Romania, medieval monasteries, and old-world towns, along with Roman ruins and sophisticated metropolitan area.

The cities and countries that are situated on the Adriatic Sea are some of the most beautiful and awe-inducing vacation destinations in Europe. The Adriatic Coast stretches on for 2,300 miles, up the eastern coast of Italy to Slovenia, and then on from Slovenia to Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia again, Montenegro, and finally Albania
Experiences & Adventure
Cuisines of Europe
European Cuisine is filled with variety throughout the European countries with classics like Pizza in Italy, Croissants in France, Wiener Schnitzel in Germany, Bangers and Mash in Great Britain, and so much more. These cuisines are not only delectable but they tell the story of the history, people, and traditions of each country.
Iconic European Road Trips
From the Mediterranean to the Nordics, Europe boasts such an amazing blend of cultures and landscapes for you to discover. You have mountains, the ocean, lakes, culture, history, and so much squeezed into a relatively small area. Add to that the sense of freedom of a road trip, you’ll find it’s the perfect way to explore!
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Europe contains some of the most fascinating, historic UNESCO World Heritage sites in the world with significant ones like the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia, Mont-Saint Michel in France, and The Buda Castle Quarter and Andrassy Avenue in Budapest. There are over 400 UNESCO World Heritage sites in Europe alone, and at least one can be found in every country.

The beautiful Balkan States contain 11 breathtaking countries comprising such as Albania, Croatia, Montenegro, and Romania just to name a few. The stunning region lies on the southeastern edge of the European continent sandwiched between four major Seas, The Black Sea, The Mediterranean, The Adriatic, and The Aegean. The Balkan Peninsula is bountiful in water and mountains making it a beautiful, vibrant, and diverse European destination filled with biodiversity, and endless opportunities for outdoor adventures. Experience some of the most beautiful and scenic landscapes throughout these states, hike in the mountainous regions and ski in the wintertime, spend time soaking up the sand, sea, and sunshine along the sparkling coastline, check out the charming historic towns and all of their fascinating sights and attractions.

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Belgrade Getaway
6 nights from $222*
Podgorica and the Montenegro Coast (Self Drive)
6 nights from $576*
Podgorica and The Bay of Kotor (Self Drive)
7 nights from $609*
Belgrade and Sofia by Air
6 nights from $279*
Zagreb and Sarajevo by Air
6 nights from $429*
Podgorica - Montenegro Coast - Bay of Kotor (Self Drive)
9 nights from $1,835*
Skopje and Tirana with Lake Ohrid
6 nights from $507*
Tirana - Skopje - Sofia with Ohrid
8 nights from $707*
Istanbul and Sofia - Bucharest
7 nights from $744*
Tirana - Ohrid - Skopje
8 nights from $556*
Skopje and Tirana with Lake Ohrid
6 nights from $507*
Skopje - Ohrid - Tirana
8 nights from $606*
Tirana and Skopje with Lake Ohrid
6 nights from $422*
Sofia - Belgrade - Bucharest by Air
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Ljubljana - Savinja River Valley - Maribor (Self Drive)
7 nights from $900*
Amsterdam - Belgrade - Sofia - Bucharest
9 nights from $1,050*
Amsterdam - Belgrade - Sofia - Bucharest
9 nights from $1,050*
Sarajevo - Mostar - Split with Makarska
7 nights from $558*
Budapest and Belgrade with Subotica and Novi Sad
6 nights from $634*
Belgrade - Novi Sad - Budapest with Subotica
8 nights from $665*
Split and Zagreb - Ljubljana - Lake Bled - Venice
14 nights from $1,449*
Dubrovnik - Split - Zagreb - Ljubljana - Venice
12 nights from $2,006*

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