Meeting at Bucharest Airport and transfer to Romanian capital to get introducing with “Small Paris “. Overnight: Bucharest
Tour of Bucharest includes: Parliament (the second largest building in the world after Pentagon) Roman Square, The Arch of Triumph, Romanian Athenaeum, continue to the Herastrau.
Park and Village museum. Dinner in the restaurant accompanied by a Folk show and dancing performance (not included). Overnight: Bucharest
Breakfast. Morning departure to one of the most beautiful mountain resorts in Romania and visit Monastery of Sinaia and Peles Castle, considered by many as the most magnificent castle in Europe. Everyone knows something about Dracula, the famous character from Bram Stoker’s.
book, but not everyone knows that Bran Castle is the place that inspired him. We will visit Dracula’s Castle, the known landmark of Romania. Short drive to Brasov, a lovely Medieval Town. Overnight: Bucharest
We will cross the Danube River and enter in Bulgaria. First stop in Bulgaria will Veliko Tarnovo also famously known as the historical capital of the second Bulgarian Empire.
Walking through the Craftsman street and visit the Tsarevets Fortress. Free time.
Overnight: Veliko Tarnovo
Walking tour of Sofia and visits the ruins of Serdica-Roman fortress walls; St George Rotunda, the oldest building in Sofia; St Sofia Basilica, the oldest active church which gave the city its name; St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, one of the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedrals in the world.
National Theatre and many more historical sites from ancient times alongside the modern sites of cosmopolitan city life. Free time. Overnight: Sofia
Niš is a birthplace of the famous Roman Emperor Constantine the Great. We visit the Niš Fortress, lying on the bank of Nišava River, finished in 1723, Banovina Building, Niš Liberators Monument at King Milan Square, The Monument of well-known Serbian writer Stevan Sremac, “Mediana” archeological Site and infamous Skull Tower, Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp, today a museum. Overnight: Niš
Transfer to Belgrade. Check-in. Free time.
Belgrade sightseeing: daunting Kalemegdan Fortress, built between the 1st and 18th centuries with the colourful surrounding park, Slavija and Republic Squares, bustling
Knez Mihailova Street, the imposing Saint Sava Temple, one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world and the Memorial to the late Marshal Tito. Overnight: Belgrade
Town Sremski Karlovci was the center of Serbian culture in the 18th century and the heart of the famous wine region. The next stop is Petrovaradin, one of the most important strategic points in the perpetual war between Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman Empires. In Novi Sad, we visit the
oldest part, Zmaj Jovina pedestrian zone, the monument to Svetozar Miletic, famous Novi Sad Cathedral, Episcopal Church… After sightseeing, we will enjoy a traditional Serbian lunch (optional). Overnight: Belgrade
In Sarajevo, the tour starts at the picturesque Turkish. Bazaar (Bascarsija), the Gazi Husrev-bey Mosque, one of the world’s finest examples of Ottoman architecture. Drive past the now neglected stadium from the 1984 Winter Olympic Games and the Gavrilo Princip Museum. Enjoy
a free afternoon in Sarajevo and visit some of the most famous restaurants in the city, offering famous “ćevapčići”, traditional Bosnian dish, a small, rolled patty of ground beef meat.
In Mostar, a medieval town in northern Herzegovina, we will see The Old Bridge, Koski Mehmed Pasa Mosque, Goldsmith Street, first Ottoman bridge in Mostar, the Crooked Bridge, old tanner’s quarter Tabhana. Blagaj, the crib of Islam of today’s Bosnia and Herzegovina, is an old town from the 15th century. Overnight: Sarajevo
Emir Kusturica, a world-famous film director, used his imagination and creativity here as well and built the Andrićgrad complex. It is a cultural center with numerous buildings and facilities built in 2012 on the banks of the Drina river nearby the famous Bridge (monument under
the protection of the UNESCO). After sightseeing, we will drive to Mokra Gora – picturesque mountainous village hidden between Zlatibor and Tara in Serbia. This is one of the most popular touristic destinations in Serbia, mainly because of the “Šargan Eight” and Kusturica’s Drvengrad,
located at Mećavnik mountain. Overnight: Zlatibor
Transfer to Belgrade and drive through Western Serbia via picturesque Ovcar-Kablar Canyon that extends above meanders of the Western Morava River.
Transfer to the airport.
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