About This Trip
This energizing 27-day visit offers you the chance to see and experience the best that Balkans bring to the table. Start your visit to Bled, perfectly set in the Julian Alps. Keep on voyaging to Ljubljana, The capital of Slovenia and an ideal case of this mix of German, Mediterranean, and Slovenian culture. Next, you will head out to Postojna, home to perhaps the biggest collapse Europe – Postojna Cave. Continue towards the astounding Plitvice Lakes National Park and proceed with your excursion to Split, highlighting the noteworthy downtown, worked around the Roman Emperor Diocletian's Palace. As you proceed with your outing towards Mostar you will see the Old Bridge, worked by the Ottomans in the sixteenth century. Next to Sarajevo, where you will get an opportunity to visit the Turkish Bazaar Bas Carsija and Husref Bay's Mosque. Keep on Novi Sad, which has the very much protected Petrovaradin Fortress. Then continue to Bulgaria where the main stop would be Niš, thought-about probably the most seasoned city in Europe. Later, visit Sofia, the most significant places are the Alexander Nevski Cathedral & the Church of Saint George. After, we head toward the second largest city in Bulgaria – Plovdiv, a city with an ancient history where you will see the Roman Forum and the stadium. Moving on, enjoy a panoramic visit of the city of Veliko Tarnovo, where the kings of Bulgaria once lived. You will now proceed towards Romania and you will travel to the picturesque city of Sighisoara, the birthplace of Vlad Dracula. You will continue your trip to Piatra Neamt through the Bicaz Gorge, the largest gorge in Romania, admiring the beauty of the landscape, the Red Lake, and its hill station. Now its time to see the most representative monuments of Moldovan art, Visit to Bucovina region. Later, head towards Bran to visit its famous Castle, also known as Dracula's Castle. End your journey in Bucharest, Romania's capital, and largest city, as well as the most important industrial and commercial centre of the country.