On this 16-day tour passengers will get to discover the beauty of historical Balkan Peninsula and step towards the most exciting places in this region. Begin your journey from Zagreb and enjoy the historic upper town and the Cathedral, the tallest gothic style building in Croatia. Move forward to visit Plitvice Lakes National Park and spend some wonderful moments there. Ahead in your journey to Split, be ready to capture the mesmerizing beauty of incredible Diocletian’s Palace. Then explore the amazing island of Korcula which is also the birthplace of famous adventurer, Marco Polo. Next stop will be Dubrovnik which will include a visit to the spectacular Rector’s Palace. Then head towards Kotor and Stroll the Weapons Square before continuing the journey to Budva to enjoy its beautiful nightlife. Ahead in your journey, you will reach Shkoder where you will enjoy the views of the lakes and mountains surrounding the Rozafa castle. The trip will then take you to Tirana where you will see the Et'hem' Mosque. Then visit the Castle in Elbasan and see the Black Drin River flowing out of Lake Ohrid in Struga. Then continue to Ohrid, known for its natural beauty and its churches. Next, you will visit the Mother Teresa Memorial House in Skopje. Your last stop for this holiday tour will be Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Finally, conclude your trip after visiting city's main attractions: the imposing Kalemegdan Fortress, Saint Sava Temple and Tito's Memorial.
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