Valuable practical tips about Balkans

tips about Balkans

Before you begin your adventure in the Central and Western Balkans, let’s give you some valuable practical tips about Balkans. Select the season. Here we still have 4 seasons in the Balkans. Winter in some places, especially in mountain regions, can be a very serious challenge. Winds, low temperatures, high humidity, but mostly difficult access […]

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What to see in Kosovo

Private Tour - Kosovo

Location: Central Balkans Capital: Prishtine Population: 1 907 592 Language: Albanian, Serbian, Bosnian, Turkish, Gorani, Romani Religion: Islam 96% Currency: Euro Climate: Humid continental climate Kosovo is the youngest country in the Balkans. Not yet fully recognized by the international community and Serbia, Kosovo is struggling to earn its place among modern European countries. The majority of the population is ethnic Albanians. […]

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What to see in Serbia

Private Tour - Serbia

Location: Central Balkans Capital: Belgrade Population: 7 058 322 Language: Serbian Religion: Serbian Orthodox Church Currency: Serbian dinar RSD – 100 RSD= 0.83 Euro 100 RSD= 0.99 USD Climate: Warm-humid continental and humid subtropical climate. Serbia is relatively well-known in the modern world, mainly because of the relentless wars of the early 1990s. The previous governor of the Communist Yugoslavia, today Serbia […]

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What to see in Montenegro

Montenegro- private tours

Location: Western Balkans Capital: Podgorica Population: 678 931 Language: Montenegrin Religion: Montenegrin Orthodox Church Currency: Euro Climate: Exceptionally mild and Mediterranean Montenegro is the smallest Balkan country. It has an extremely mountainous terrain even on the coast. Montenegrins are known for their humor, hospitality and as one of the tallest nation in the World. The strong nature of the people has helped […]

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What to see in Bosnia and Hercegovina

Tours Bosnia and herzegovina

Location:Central Balkans Capital:Sarajevo Population:3 531 159 Language:Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian Religion:Islam 51%, Serbian Orthodox Church 31%, Roman Catholic Church 15% Currency:Convertible mark BAM – 1BAM = 0.51 Euro, 1BAM = 0.6 USD Climate: The southern parts of the country have a Mediterranean climate. The Western and the Central parts experience hot and arid summers reaching up to […]

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What to see in North Macedonia

Macedonia Tour

Location: Southern part of the Balkan Peninsula Capital: Skopje Population: 2 073 702 Language: Macedonian Religion: Macedonian Orthodox Church Currency: Macedonian denar MKD – 100 MKD= 1.63 Euro 100 MKD= 1.93 USD Climate: From Mediterranean to Continental Present independent Republic of Macedonia is one of the countries with the most complicated history and situation on […]

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What to see in Croatia

Croatia Tours

Location: Northwestern Balkans Capital: Zagreb Population: 4 154 200 Language: Croatian Religion: Roman Catholics 86% Currency: Kuna HRK – 100 HRK =13.37 Euro 100 HRK =100 HRK =15.80 USD Climate: Warm and rainy continental climate Croatia is perhaps the most famous Balkan country. The only Catholic country in the Balkans, Croatia, is heavily influenced by Western culture and is significantly different from […]

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What to see in Albania

Albania Tours Market

Location: Southwestern part of the Balkan Peninsula Capital: Tirana Population: 2 876 591 Language: Albanian Currency: Leki – 1 Lek= 0.01 Euro 100 Leki=0.88 USD Climate: Five major climatic subtypes – mediterranean, subtropical, oceanic, continental and subarctic.  This article is a short intoduction of Albania and what you can see there. Hope we could help to plan your trip to Albania. […]

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The living pagan traditions in Bulgaria

traditions in Bulgaria

The official religion in Bulgaria is Orthodox Christianity, which is used by more than 90% of Bulgarians. We are a strong national and conservative state. The most conservative is expressed in the ancient pagan traditions that have survived to our day. They are all memories of the ancient times when the first European agricultural culture […]

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Graffiti on the Balkans

Graffiti on the Balkans

In many countries around the world, the graffiti are forbidden or unwanted, but here they are part of our lives. During Communism, everywhere we were surrounded by propaganda graffiti, most of them glorified the power of the Communist Party and its courageous soldgers – the workers. From every ugly gray block we were watched by […]

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