Pick up from the airport. Transfer to the hotel and a brief rest. Lunch in the hotel. In the afternoon a strolling trip around the city center Terazije Street. 'Knez Mihailova" Street, Republic Square. Cathedral, Pricness Ljubica's Residence, Ethnographic museum, Students' Square. National museum. National theatre ... Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.
Breakfast. Trip to Novi Sad: Petrovaradin fortress. The Freedom Square ... Lunch on a,, salas" (a type of farm normal for this part of Serbia). Go back to Belgrade. In the evening we go to Skadarlija Street - bohemian quarter in the very center of Belgrade for dinner. Skadarlija, a cobble paved street, going back to the start of the 19' century, was well-known for being a preferred conference place of popular Belgrade bohemians. poets, painters, actors from the neighboring theater, in addition to of many lovers of good alcohols, socializing and spoken word with pals. Over all these years of development and modernization of the city and society Skadarlija has actually handled to protect the spirit of old times and even if of that has ended up being a favorite site to residents of Belgrade and lots of tourists. Go back to the hotel. Overnight.
Belgrade-Oplenac-Kragujevac-Knic-Zlatibor (250 km)
Breakfast. A trip around the old town hall in Topola: Mausoleum of Serbian royal household at Oplenac. Continuation of the journey to Kragujevac. A trip around the city: Sumarice- Memorial Park, devoted to the 3000 residents of Kragujevac shot by the Nazi Germany soldiers during World War II. After Kragujevac, we go to lunch in a conventional Serbian home in a nearby town of Knic. After lunch we continue our trip to Zlatibor. Initially we take a brief tour around. Sirogojno"-village/museum that demonstrates the architecture, decoration, financial activities and life in the Zlatibor Mountain. Lodging in hotel. Free afternoon. Dinner. Overnight.
Zlatibor-Sarganska osmica-Mecavnik- Visegrad-Sarajevo (180 km)
Breakfast. Departure for 8argan - Mokra gora, natural landscape. A tour around the famous train called „ Sarganska osmica" (Sargan 8) in addition to Drvengrad on Meeavnik (Wooden City)-build after the concept of well-known movie director Emir Kusturica. We continue our trip to Visegrad. City tour: Old bridge on the river Drina, popular "Ouprija na Drini" and a monolith to No Andria (nobel priye winner in literature) „ Andrio Town", likewise constructed by Emir Kusturica and the Governemt of Republic of Srpska. Lunch. Extension of the trip to Sarajevo. Lodging in hotel. Sarajevo, for its six centuries long history positioned at the crossroads of western and eastern, northern and southern cultures, is continually culturally growing and blossoming. A walk around the old city center and a supper at Bascarsija. Go back to the hotel. Overnight.
Sarajevo-Mostar-Trebinje (245 km)
Breakfast. Sarajevo sightseeing: Bascarsija, Coppersmith's street, Bey mosque, Town Hall, Spring of the Bosna River ... Departure for the city of Mostar (www.turizam.mostar.ba/). City tour: buildings going back to Ottoman guideline (15th- 19th century): Old Bridge, Kalebija Tower, Hercegusa Tower, Sahat Tower (Clock Tower), Crooked Bridge - one of the earliest preserved monuments from the Ottoman duration, built prior to 1558 and inning accordance with narrative history the Old Bridge was built as a copy of the little bridge. Coppersmith's street - old Mostar's "carsija" (" Carsi" in Turkish means "exchange" or "market") lies on the left side of the Neretvariver with its workshops and souvenir shops. Lunch in Mostar. We continue our trip to Trebinje. Lodging in hotel. Dinner. Overnight.
Trebinje-Kotor-Dubrovnik - Sveti Stefan-Budva (105 km)
Breakfast. Trebinje sightseeing: „ Arslanagio" Bridge from 16th century, river Trebi Arslanagic njica, abbey Trebisnjica from 16th century, walking trip throught the old town hall where we go to Clock Tower, Church New Graeanica, City walls, „ Square of the Poet" (popular serbian poet Jovan Duaio), with over 100 years old trees, sign of the city, as wel as statues of Helen of Anjou, Petar II Petrovia NjegoS ... We continue our trip to Dubrovnik, unique on the planet due to its outstanding medieval fortresses, churches, convents and palaces and are frequently called a pearl of the Adriatic. Sightseeing Dubrovnik: The Sponza Palace, Orlando Column, Fort Lovrenac strolling along Stradun (Placa Street). We continue our journey to Kotor. Located in one of the most lovely bays in the world, Kotor, a town of merchants and well-known seafarers has a lot to inform. The old town Kotor is the very best preserved middle ages urban setting normal of towns established in the 12th and 14th century. Thanks to its middle ages architecture and various monoliths of cultural heritage, Kotor found its place on the UNESCO's list of "World Natural and Cultural Heritage". On among them there is likewise. Sightseeing: The St. Tryphon's Cathedral, a monolith to Roman culture and one of the recognizable symbols of the town The St. Lucas's church, The Santa Anna church, The St. Mary's Church, The Church of Our Lady of Health, Duke's Palace. Napoleon Theatre ... Lunch in Kotor. Extension of the trip to Budva. We go to St. Stefan-an island nearby Budva connected to the mainland by means of causeway. Accommodation in hotel in Budva. Dinner. Overnight.
Budva Kruje-Tirana-Durres (210km)
Breakfast. Take a look at of the hotel and departure for Albania. First we go to Kruja, the very first capital of the self-governing Albanian state in the Middle Ages, which has become commonly understood for the father of the Albanian country, GjergjKastriot Skanderbeg. Visit the fortress and the Skanderbeg museum which results in the old exchange loaded with stores with beautiful handmades. Lunch in Kruja. We continue to Tirana, trip of the capital of Albania: EthemBey Mosque, the Orthodox Church and the Catholic Cathedral, Skanderbeg Square ... After Tirana we continue to Durres, a city founded in the year of 627. Trip of the Roman amphitheater from 2nd century which was found only in 1966, biggest in the Balkans, the Venetian towers and the port of Durres. Accommodation in hotel. Supper. Overnight.
Durres-Berat Gjirokastra-Sarande (325km)
Breakfast. Examine out of the hotel and departure for Sarande. Initially we check out Berat, known as the "City of 1,000 windows" and "City Museum", whose settlement Mangalem is included in the UNESCO list of world heritage websites. Trip of the fortress amongst whose walls there is a large number of medieval Orthodox churches. Lunch at the traditional dining establishment in Berat. After lunch we continue to Gjirokastra UNESCO World heritage website. Trip continues to the seaside town of Sarande. Accommodation in hotel, Dinner and overnight.
Breakfast. Check out of the hotel and departure for Greece. Along the way we stop to check out Butrint, an archeological website, 15 km from Sarande. Later on we continue to rock towers of Meteora - extraordinary sandstone peaks topped with 11th-century abbeys. The UNESCO World Heritage website is the home of more than 20 rock abbeys, either perched precariously on top of Meteora's towering sandstone cliffs or constructed into the cliffs themselves inside naturally formed caverns. With your guide, make your method up the walking routes to go to these monasteries, taking pleasure in breathtaking panoramic views from the top. After Meteora, we continue to the nearby city of Kalabakka. Lodging in hotel. Dinner. Overnight.
Kalambakka - Delphi (246km)
Breakfast. Have a look at of the hotel and departure for Delphi - among the most essential archeological digs in Europe. As you stroll around this sensational UNESCO World Heritage Site with your guide, see monoliths like the Sanctuary of Athena. Head inside the Delphi Archeological Museum and encounter various artifacts and antiques that go back to 15th century BC. Keep an eye out for the Charioteer of Delphi and the appealing Sphinx of Naxos. After sightseeing lodging in hotel. Dinner. Overnight.
Breakfast. Departure for Nauplia. Along the way we stop to check out Antirion sightseeing individually in Antirion and the nearby town of Nafpaktos. Afterwards we continue over the Rion-Antirion Bridge, thought about a landmark of 21st-century Greece - to the archeological Site of Olympia. House to the Atlis (Sanctuary of the Gods), the website was a capital for ancient Greeks who came here to worship Zeus. See incredible ruins like the Stadium of Olympia, where the nation's ancient Olympic Games were held. Lunch. In the afternoon, drive to Nauplia. Lodging in hotel. Dinner. Overnight.
Nauplia-Epidaurus-Mycenae-Corinth Canal-Athens (214km)
Breakfast. Going to the historical site of Epidaurus.the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Sanctuary of Asklepios (the shrine to the Greek god of medication) and the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus. Later on we go to Mycanae - Learn about the Classical Greece period, hearing tales of the duration's strong impact on the Roman Empire. Here, delight in lunch at a local restaurant. Trigger from Mycanae and visit Corinth Canal. Linking the Saronic Gulf with the Gulf of Corinth, the canal is steep-sided and narrow, making it a preferred spot for thrill-seeking bungee jumpers. After stopping to see this outstanding canal, your trip continues to Athens.
Breakfast. Going to Athens sightseeing.( Athens - cradle of democracy and birthplace of viewpoint. Just how much of ourselves we can trace back to ancient Greece is truly impressive, however when visiting this splendid city, its history is not the very first thing you meet. That Athens is swarming with history is an adjunct, a secondary to the plain reality that Greece is one of the most visually stunning countries to ever nestle versus the pellucid blue of the Mediterranean). National Historical Museum Athens. Time for lunch.Monastiraki. Roman Agora. Ancient Agora. Temple of Hephaestus. (This Greek temple on KolonosAgoraios hill ignores the Agora in Athens. It was built in 449BC preceding the construction of the Parthenon by 2 years). Go back to the hotel. Supper. Overnight.
Going to Athens sightseeing. Akropolis, Parthenon. (The Parthenon is the primary ancient structure on the Acropolis, a hill in the center of Athens. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the sign of Athens and the most popular of the making it through structures from the world of ancient Greece). Plaka. Theater of Dionysos. Hadrians Arch. Temple of Olympian. (The remains of this enormous temple stand southeast of the Acropolis. The temple of Zeus Olympios was the largest in ancient Greece). Free time for lunch.Akropolis Museum. Go back to the hotel. Dinner in the restaurant with conventional Greek food and music. Overnight.
Breakfast Check out of the hotel and totally free time until transfer to the airport.
- Accommodation in 4 star hotels.
- Meals as specified.
- Sightseeing with local guides.
- Single Room Supplement.
- Airlines tickets.
- Personal expenses.
- Visa cost.
Includes visit to the following UNESCO World Heritage sites:
The primary ancient structure on the Acropolis, the symbol of Athens and the most famous of the making it through structures from the world of ancient Greece.
Sanctuary of Asklepios (the shrine to the Greek god of medication) and the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus.
Among the most crucial archeological digs in Europe.
Unbelievable sandstone peaks topped with 11th-century monasteries.
Berat and Gjirokastra
Known as the "City of 1,000 windows" and "City Museum"
The Natural and Culture historic Region of Kotor. It includes the old town of Kotor, the strongholds of Kotor and the surrounding area of the inner Bay of Kotor.
The Old Bridge was just recently restored and much of the buildings in the Old Town have actually been restored or restored with the contribution of a global scientific committee developed by UNESCO.