The lands of the Balkan Peninsula are the cradle of European civilization. For millennia, dozens of different cultures and impressions have left their mark here to make the Balkans a colorful mix of languages, religions, customs and people. It will be our honor to immerse you in this wealth.
The numerous sites included in UNESCO provide the opportunity to organize tours with a rich cultural program. Besides landmarks officially protected by international organizations, the lands of all Balkan countries are dotted with countless ruins from different periods – from the very first Europeans to the comparatively modern communist period. An incessant account of ups and downs, the emergence of empires, barbarian invasions, the mixing of cultures and religions, the building of world-wide cultural heritages. All this can still be seen on the Balkans, and our guides are eager to share their knowledge with you.
Besides the historical, archeological and architectural landmarks, the cultural tours also include the non-material culture of the Balkans. These are the countless colors and nuances of the different ethnographic group of the Balkans, the music, the dance, the food, the costumes and the customs. Folklore festivals for songs and dances are often happening events that bring together people from different parts of the Balkans and build a sense of common cultural tradition and respect for differences.
If you want to plunge into the atmosphere of the Balkans, feel the heart and soul of our culture, let us show you all that builds us as Balkan people.
Must visit UNESCO sites.
Bulgaria – Kazanlak tracian tomb
Albania – Historic Centers of Berat and Gjirokastra
Macedonia – Natural and Cultural Heritage of Ohrid
Montenegro – Natural and Cultural-Historical Bay of Kotor
Croatia – Diocletian’s Palace, old town of Split
Bosnia and Hercegovina – Old bridge, Mostar
Kosovo – Monastery Visoki Decani
Serbia – The Studenica Monastery
Northern Greece – Meteora, Kalambaka
Turkey – The Selimiye Mosque, Istanbul
Romania – Dacian Fortresses of the Orastie Mountains