Albania – Montenegro – Croazia – Bosnia & Herzegovina – Macedonia

This tour will bring you in 10 or 12 days in all the best sites of the Region.


Kruja Starting from Albania the tour will visit the cities Kruja, the medieval capital of Albania. Here will be visits in the Museum of the Albanian National hero Scanderbeg and to the Ethnographic museum hosted in a very particular medieval ottoman house. After the visits in the characteristic handcrafts and antiquity bazaar of Kruja the tour will continue to the city of Durres which is one of the most ancient Greek colonies of the region and the most important roman port. Here will be visits in the biggest roman amphitheatre of the region and the Archeological museum.



The tour continues to the city of Shkodra visiting in the castle of Rozafa considered to be the most ancient castle in Albania. From this castle can be seen magnificent views of the city surrounded by its three rivers, of the Lake and of the Adriatic coast.



KotorriAt this point the tour will continue toward Montenegro visiting the very important historic and touristic cities of Budva and Kotorr. The Old town Of Budva lies on a small peninsula and represents a treasure chest of culture heritage and Kotorr is located along one of Montenegro's most beautiful bays. Kotorr is a city of traders and famous sailors, with many stories to tell.


DubrovnikThe tour will continue from Herzegnovi entering the Croatian border visiting Dubrovnik ‘s rich cultural and historical monuments that have been included in UNESCO World Heritage List. From here will continue toward Bosnia and Herzegovina where we will visit the city of Mostar, famous for its Bridge that gives the name to the city. Around this splendor example of architecture are located the old bazaar and the old town with its monuments that together with other smaller bridges forms the jewel monumental complex of the city.


 SarajevoSarajevo will be the next visit. Called the Jerusalem of Europe, in Sarajevo the east ottoman and the west Austro-Hungarian architecture and culture coexist in perfect harmony. All around the city are spread mosques, synagogues, catholic and orthodox churches testifying that peace and cooperation in between this traditions, cultures and religions which came to an end during the Bosnian war.

After Sarajevo the tour will enter shortly in Montenegro spending a night in the mountain village of Kolashin, very well known for its ski resorts and will continue toward the Europe’s newest republic, Kosovo.


PrizrenPrizren:Here will be visits in the important orthodox monastery of Decan and will be visited also the charming multicultural city of Prizren. A testimony of the exceptional values that Prizren has, are among others, 24 identified archeological locations, 39 Christian buildings of cult, 46 Islamic sacral buildings, and over 74 buildings with accentuated folkloric architecture.  After Prizren the tour will continue to Skopje in FYR Macedonia, but on the way a stop in Pristina’s city center will be made to visit the capital city of Kosovo.


SkopjeSkopje: is an amazing city. The center is always under constant development since the big earthquake of 1963.  Of particular interest is the new “Macedonia Square” with its huge golden statue of Alexander the Great surrounded by all the historic personages, national heroes and patriotic persons, displayed in statues of different dimensions. After the visit in the city of Skopie the tour will travel toward Ohrid, city that rises on a sublime lakeside point. The uniqueness of Lake Ohrid and the city’s historical architecture has been attested by UNESCO. After the visit of Ohrid will be visit the monastery of St. Naum and the tour will enter again in Albania to stop in the capital city of Tirana that has been considered as a cross between Istanbul and Naples with a pinch of Minsk. After visiting Tirana with its huge boulevards and the National Historical Museum, its time to get back home.