On this 25-days tour from Zagreb to Bucharest, you will discover major highlights of Balkan countries of Croatia, Albania, Romania, and Bulgaria. Start in Zagreb and Visit historical St Mark’s Church, St. Catherine’s church, and the Cathedral. Moving ahead you will traverse the Plitvice Lakes National Park and reach 16 terraced lakes surrounded with wooded mountains and sumptuously rich vegetation. Arrive in Split and explore the vast Split’s Roman heritage. Relax and rejuvenate at the Island of Korcula believed to be the birthplace of Marco Polo. Explore the vast ancient heritage of Dubrovnik. Reach Budva through the bay of Kotor. 2500-year-old Budva is the oldest town on the Adriatic coast. The next day explore Tirana’s impressive Mosque and cultural monuments. Your next stopover will be at Ohrid, enjoy a visit at Elbasan Castle. Then you will arrive at the beautiful city of Skopje the birthplace of Mother Teresa. Get a chance to visit Mother Teresa Memorial. Moving forward you will reach Bulgaria and visit Rila Monastery, Tsarevets, Nativity Church, and Cozia Monastery. Then you will travel to Sighisoara, the birthplace of Vlad Dracula and Targu Mures (Palace of Culture). Visit Painted Monasteries of Bucovina “Sucevita and Voronet Monasteries”, “Ceramica Negra Marginea”. Get a chance to explore the Black Church, the most representative Gothic monument in Romania situated in Brasov. Finally, you will reach Bucharest also known as “Little Paris” and get a chance to visit the town of Bran to see famous Castle, also known as Dracula's Castle and explore Romanian Athenaeum and the Opera House.
Indus Travels would like to reassure you that after booking your tour, should the USA/Canada government advise against all travel to your chosen destination, or you decide against travel Indus Travels will offer a change of tour* to one of our other great destinations or a full refund for the tour if you inform us minimum 60 days before departure*.
As always, your safety is our priority for Indus Travels! *Only for new bookings made after 1 March 2020.