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Balkan Odyssey

Discover the culture and beauty of the Balkans

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Discover the charms of the Balkans. This tour will give you an insight into the people, history and culture of these countries that share much but with distinct local characteristics, making this tour a fascinating exploration of a region still seen by few outsiders. From the Orthodox monasteries of Serbia to the wineries of Macedonia, from the ancient history of Kosovo to the stunning nature of Montenegro and the unique architecture and warm welcome of Bosnia, this is a tour not to be missed.

Extensions to Dubrovnik and other regions of the Balkans possible. Please ask us.

Highlights

· Visit Belgrade and Serbia`s monasteries

· Stobi, Ohrid and Skopje in Macedonia

· Gracanica monastery and Pec in Kosovo

· Biograd Lake, Cetinje and Kotor in Montenegro

· Mostar and Sarajevo in Bosnia

· Optional extension to Dubrovnik (Croatia) and other parts of the Balkans

Intro

· 25-Apr-2015 to 09-May-2015

· 05-Sep-2015 to 19-Sep-2015

For alternate dates or private trips please contact us

What's included

  • International return flight (where indicated)
  • Airport pick-up & drop-off
  • Ground transport and driver
  • Escorted guide
  • Accommodation
  • Assistance at all borders
  • Entrance fees to sites on itinerary
  • Breakfasts
  • Climate Care contribution
  • Places visited
    • Belgrade (Serbia)
    • Sremski Karlovici and Novi Sad
    • Nis & Devils Town
    • Stobi & Bitola (Macedonia)
    • Lakes Prespa and Ohrid
    • Skopje
    • Pristina (Kosovo)
    • Monasteries Gracinica & Pec
    • Biograd Lake & Zabljak (Montenegro)
    • Cetinje, Trenbinje & Kotor
    • Mostar & Sarejevo (Bosnia)
    • Dubrovnik (Croatia) - optional extension
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    Itinerary

    Day 1

    Arrive in Belgrade and transfer to your hotel. Afternoon free to explore the city. Overnight in Belgrade. Meal Plan: n/a

    Day 2

    City Tour of Belgrade. Dinner in a local restaurant and overnight in Belgrade. Meal Plan: B

    Day 3

    Visit Fruska Gora, Sremski Karlovci and Petrovaradin. Overnight in Belgrade. Meal Plan: B

    Day 4

    Drive to Šumadija stopping in Topola, Kruševac and Mediana. Overnight in Nis. Meal Plan: B

    Day 5

    See Devil's Town before crossing into Macedonia. Visit Stobi and Demir Kapija. Overnight in Demir Kapija. Meal Plan: B


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    Highlights

    · Visit Belgrade and Serbia`s monasteries

    · Stobi, Ohrid and Skopje in Macedonia

    · Gracanica monastery and Pec in Kosovo

    · Biograd Lake, Cetinje and Kotor in Montenegro

    · Mostar and Sarajevo in Bosnia

    · Optional extension to Dubrovnik (Croatia) and other parts of the Balkans



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    Itinerary

    Day 1

    You will fly into Nikola Tesla airport of Belgrade where a Travel The Unknown representative will meet you and take you to your hotel. The rest of the day is free to relax or explore. Overnight in a central hotel in Belgrade. Meal plan: n/a

    Day 2

    The day begins with a city tour of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia since 1403. This tour includes the sights of Knez Mihajlova Street, Kalemegdan and a tour of the Eastern ward. In the evening you will enjoy dinner in the atmosphere of the local bohemian quarters of Skadarlija, with typical food and music. Overnight in a central hotel in Belgrade. Meal Plan: B

    Belgrade has been the capital of Serbia since 1403, when Despot Stefan, son of Prince Lazar moved his palace here. The city tour begins with a walk from the elegant Republic Square, where we will make a close inspection of its architectural monuments such as the National Theatre and the National Museum. We will stroll along unavoidable Knez Mihajlova Street – the main shopping and meeting place, in order to see a few other masterpieces of Belgrade's architecture.

    The Fortress of Kalemegdan, which is the symbol of Belgrade, is where the River Sava flows into the Danube. The visit to the fort will start with the Upper fortress area. It includes well-preserved artillery structures dating from the mid-18th century, as well as a medieval fortification - an acropolis with original or partly reconstructed ramparts, gateways, towers and the excavated ruins of a 15th century castle. A few Turkish monuments and some ancient Roman remains also lie in this area. In this section of the fortification complex you’ll see the elegant 18th century Baroque Clock Tower and the Roman Well. Our tour of the Eastern Ward includes the Rose Church of Our Lady, along with a panoramic view of the Lower fortress and its monuments - the Nebojsa Tower, the Baroque Gate of Karl VI and the remains of the medieval metropolitan palace.

    Day 3

    The third day of the trip will involve a drive to Fruška Gora before driving onwards to Sremski Karlovci and then the fortress of Petrovaradin, once called “Gibraltar on the Danube”. We will make a stop to treat ourselves to lunch in a “charda”, a small restaurant usually built to float on the river. These are known for serving great freshwater fish specialties. Return to Belgrade for an overnight in a central hotel. Meal Plan: B

    Vojvodina and the region of Fruška Gora is the only hill in the entire Pannonian Valley. Located on the slopes of this hill are seventeen medieval monasteries, which for several centuries represented the spiritual centre of the region, often labelled as the Serbian Mt. Athos. You will visit Krušedol Monastery, founded in the 16th century and known for its attractive location, historical importance, and a variety of decorative frescos in its church.

    Our next stop will be Sremski Karlovci, a picturesque Baroque town which was a Serbian religious and educational centre in the 18th and 19th centuries. There, you will enjoy the Baroque-style fountain from 1790 and Karlovci High School. This site dates from the end of the 19th century and contains decorative elements reminiscent of mediaeval Serbian buildings. You will also visit the Patriarch's Palace, once the most imposing building in the whole region, as well as the Cathedral from the mid-18th century.

    In Novi Sad you will visit Petrovaradin fortress, built in the 17 and 18th centuries and once called "Gibraltar on the Danube". This Austrian artillery fortification is situated above the river and represents the second largest structure of its kind preserved in Europe. Built by Austrians at the spot of former Roman, Byzantine and Hungarian settlements, the fortress plays a very important role in the life of the town even today, as many cultural events are organized there.

    Novi Sad is one of the biggest cities of Serbia and is the capital of the region of Vojvodina. It is a modern, lively city with many growing businesses, but, at the same time, it maintains a beautiful flavour of its past. You will have a walking tour of the centre of Novi Sad to visit the main Orthodox Cathedral, the main Catholic Cathedral, and then continue walking along the famous Dunavska street.

    Day 4

    The day begins with a short drive to the hilly Šumadija region with a stop off in Topola before continuing on to the town of Kruševac. This is the medieval capital of Serbia where you can take in the history of the region before going onwards to Mediana. The trip then continues on for an overnight stay in Niş. Meal Plan: B

    The hilly Šumadija region is known as the cradle of Serbian uprisings against Ottoman rule in the 19th century. From here to Topola, you will visit the Residence of Karadjordje (now a museum dedicated to the leader of the First Serbian Uprising), the Church of Our Lady, built by Karadjordje (1811-1813), and two stone towers which are left from what was once a mighty fortification. A short drive away is St. George Church, built after WWI by the King of Serbia, Petar I, on top of Oplenac. This church is unique among all the monuments in Serbia, with columns made of marble, an iconostasis of local marble and mosaics covering amost 3500 sq. Metres, which include 725 scenes and 1,500 human figures.

    Krusevac was the medieval capital of Serbia during the time of Prince Lazar in the second half of the 14th century. You will see the Lazarica Court Church, founded by the Serbian Prince in 1380. This church represents a fine architectural achievement, adorned with rich carved stone decoration on the arches, rosettes, windows and portals. As one of the earliest monuments of the Morava school, it long served as a model for Serbian builders.

    Nis is the second largest town in Serbia. This city is most famous as the birthplace of Constantine the Great. It is situated in the Nisava valley, near the spot where it joins the Juzna Morava River, one of the most important Balkan and European traffic lines along which people, goods and armies moved. Known as the ‘Via Militaris’ in Roman and Byzantine periods and the ‘Constantinople road’ in the Middle Ages and the period of Turkish rule, these roads still represent major European traffic arteries. Nis is one of the oldest cities in the Balkans and has from ancient times been considered a gateway between the East and West. There is an abundance of Archaeological evidence that Nis was inhabited even in prehistoric times. The city was names after the Nisava River, which was called Navissos by the Celtic inhabitants of the town. Each new conqueror gave the town a new name: Roman Naissus, Byzantine Nysos, Slovene Nis or German Nissa.

    The royal property of Mediana, a luxurious residence placed in the suburb of the antique Nis is also known as Naissus.

    Day 5

    The first visit of the day will be to a very unique place – Devil’s Town – a particular rock formation located in the Radan mountains in southern Serbia. The journey south continues across the border into Macedonia for a visit of the site of Stobi before continuing to Demir Kapija for a wine tasting. Overnight in Demir Kapija. Meal Plan: B

    Devil’s Town features 202 exotic formations described as earth pyramids or “towers”, as the locals refer to them. They are between two metres and fifteen metres tall and four to six metres wide at the base. The formations are created by strong erosion of the soil in a place that was the scene of intense volcanic activity millions of years ago. Most of the towers have “caps” or “heads” of andesite, which protects them from further erosion. A natural spring is located beneath the formations with a high mineral concentration; there are two springs with extremely acidic water (pH 1.5) and high mineral concentration (15g/l of water).

    Next you will visit the ruins of Stobi, one of the largest towns in Macedonia. It was built just before the rule of Philip II, father of Alexander the Great in the early Hellenic period. It had beautiful basilicas and palaces and many wonderful mosaics still can be seen. Demir Kapija offers an additional treat with a wine tasting in one of the oldest wineries in Macedonia.

    Day 6

    The day begins with a drive to Bitola, the “City of the Consuls” as it was previously known. The journey continues from the Lake of Prespa to the breath-taking Mt. Galicica (National Park), which forms a natural division between Lake Prespa and Lake Ohrid. Overnight in Ohrid. Meal Plan: B.

    Bitola, previously known as the “City of Consuls”, is an extraordinary mixture of old and new, a meeting point of different cultures and civilisations. For centuries Christians, Muslims and Jews have lived here side by side. We will see the church of St Dimitrius, one of the biggest Orthadox temples in Macedonia and enjoy the Old Bazaar, which is among the best preserved in the country.

    Lake Prespa, the second largest lake in Macedonia, exudes an extraordinary, wild and unique beauty. It covers an area of 274 sq km and lies at an elevation of 853m above sea level. You will descend into Mt Galicica National Park, an area blessed with an abundance of diverse flora and fauna. Coming down to Lake Ohrid and before arriving to the town of Ohrid there is the famous 10th Century monastery of St Naum, who was, with St. Clement, the most consistent and worth pupils of the Thessalonica brothers Cyril and Methodius.

    Day 7

    The day begins with a walking tour of Ohrid, a UNESCO World Heritage site, also known as a city of 365 churches. The afternoon is free for you to browse this spectacular town. Meal Plan: B

    The Old-town museum of Ohrid, located on the shore of Lake Ohrid, is at 695m above sea level. The town was known in prehistoric and classical times as “Lychnidos”, the City of Lights. Slavs gave it the name of Arida in the 10th century and it became a major centre of culture and art for this area. It is the cradle of the Slavic written language and literature, where the Cyrillic alphabet was created (by the brothers Cyril and Methodius) and then spread all over the Slavic world.

    Ohrid is known as “City of 365 churches”; you will visit the important ones such as the 10th Century Tsar Smuili fortress, St Kliment’s from the 13th century, the 11th century St. Sophi and St Panteleimon dating from the 9th century.

    Day 8

    Start with a drive along the mountainous route to St. Jovan Bigorski. Upon arrival, there is a chance to explore the area before continuing on to Skopje. Skopje is the capital city of Macedonia, located in a valley and featuring stunning architecture hinting at the fascinating history of this land. Overnight in Skopje. Meal Plan: B

    A small ethno village of Vevcani is where you will acquaint yourself with many typical local customs. Not far from Vevcani lies the Monastery of St. Jovan Bigorski, famous for its iconostasis carved in wood and its location on the slope of a mountain. Before reaching Skopje you will pass through the National Park of Mavrovo, the biggest in Macedonia, famous for its lake, river, gorges and waterfalls.

    Skopje is the capital and the largest city in the Republic of Macedonia. It is located in a valley on both side of the river Vardar. Its history can be traced back two thousand years when it was known as the ancient city of Skupi. From there, you will walk through the old part of the town, “Charshi”, where there is the Stone Bridge, a symbol of Skopje built by the Turks in the 15th Century. You will visit the church of St. Spas, with its marvellous iconostas first from the 17th century, the Old Bazaar and fortress Kale whose first walls date to the 6th century as well as Mustapha Pasha Mosque. This is one of the most beautiful examples of Ottoman architecture erected in 1492 with the earliest wall paintings, Daut Pasha Bath, a masterpiece of Islamic architecture, dating from the second half of the 15th Century.

    Day 9

    After breakfast, drive to the border and cross into Kosovo. Our first stop in Kosovo is World Heritage listed Monastery Gracanica, a place of remarkable beauty. Continue to Pristina, the capital of Kosovo for a visit before continuing to Pec. Overnight in Pec. Meal Plan: B

    Travelling north across the border into Kosovo, the first visit will be to the Monastery Gracanica, with its church devoted to the Annuciation. The monastery was an endowment of King Milutin and was built in the early 14th century. Its architectural structure represents the apex of Serbian buildings that followed in the spirit of Byzantine tradition. This monastery stands apart as a work of harmonious proportions and extraordinary beauty and as such made its way onto the UNESCO World Heritage site list.

    The next stop is Priština, the capital of Kosovo. We will have time to stroll along its streets and enjoy the main square at the very centre of the town. In the afternoon we will continue our journey to the north. The Monasteries of the region of Kosovo and Metohija are of exceptional quality and workmanship. In the late middle Ages, this region was the centre of the Serbian State and the Church. The most monumental building in medieval Serbia is the church devoted to Christ, the Pantocrator at Dečani Monastery. King Stefan Dečanski initiated its building, while his son, the famous Emperor Stefan Dušan completed the work of his father in the 13th century. Dečani church boasts the richest and best preserved sculpture in the Romanesque-Gothic style, a lavish portal, and decorative windows. It bears witness to the regal origins of the Nemanjić’s and the rulers’ families of the founders. What makes this monastery exceptional is also its treasury, a safekeeping of precious old icons and other objects of superb value. The next stop will be the Patriarchate of Peć. The complex stands on its own in this area with four churches. The oldest, dedicated to the Holy Apostles, was built in the mid 13th century, while the last one, devoted to St. Nicholas, dates back to the first half of the 14th century. The Patriarchate of Peć plays a major role in the Church and State history of Serbia.

    Day 10

    After breakfast cross into Montenegro to Biograd Lake. Continue to drive along the River Tara before continuing on to Zabljak, the highest mountain in the Balkans. You are now in a National Park, also home the famous Black Lake. Overnight in Zabljak. Meal Plan: B

    Biograd Lake is a National Park protected by law since 1872 by King Nikola and is one of the last three virgin woods left in Europe. Many trees are more than five hundred years old and 40 – 50 m high. The park contains a vast variety of different flora and fauna, while the central attraction is a large glacial lake.

    River Tara, a UNESCO site, has its source in the mountains at the northern part of the country and runs 140km before it joins River Piva, forming one of the largest and richest rivers in the Balkans. For centuries, Tara eroded the soft limestone, forming a spectacular gorge, measuring 82 km long and in some places 1300m deep, making this the second largest gorge in the world. Žabljak, a small village on the top of Durmitor Mountain, lies at the very centre of this vast and wonderful National Park. Zabljak is 1456 m above sea level, making it the highest town in the Balkans. It is surrounded by 23 hill tops, the highest of which is 2300m. Within the territory of the National Park there are 17 glacial lakes known as the “eyes of the mountains“, the most famous being Black Lake.

    Day 11

    After breakfast, drive to Cetinje for a visit to the town. Continue past Mount Lovcen, catching sight of the Mausoleum of Njegos. This is followed by a drive onwards to Njegusi and then, Kotor. Meal Plan: B

    Cetinje was once, in the time of Njegos, capital of Montenegro. It doesn’t have a strong fort like many other important capitals from its time, as nature blessed this place with natural stone protections. The town was founded in 1482, when Ivan Crnojević, the last ruler of the medieval country of Zeta, built here a palace for himself as well as a church. Cetinje stayed the heart and soul of Montenegro all the way up to WW1. In Cetinje you will visit the royal palace of King Nikola II, the last King of Montenegro. The palace contains both a beautiful small museum as well as the Monastery of St. Petar.

    A breathtaking drive is passing by the Mount of Lovcen, where at the top, we can spot the Mausoleum of Peter II Petrović - Njegoš, the absolute pride of the people of Montenegro. Njegoš was ruler of the country in the second half of the 19th century. He was also the head of the Orthodox Church and a leading poet and writer whose achievements are still taught in the schools of Sebia and Montenegro. The impressive monument at the top of Mt. Lovćen where Njegoš was laid to rest is decorated with a statue sculpted by the famous Croatian sculptor Ivan Mestrović.

    Afterwards we will visit the typical, laid-back village of Njegusi, the birth place of Petar Petrovic, where they still keep traditional way of life.

    Day 12

    After breakfast, visit the Cathedral of St. Tryphon & Luka Church amongst others. Cross into Bosnia and continue to Trebinke then Mostar to see Neretva and Hajrudin. Overnight stay in Mostar. Meal Plan: B

    The World Heritage Site of Kotor is a town which was inhabited from the times of the Illyrians and the Romans. The walking tour through the city takes us back to medieval times as most of the monuments we observe are from the 14th to 18th C’s. You will also visit the Cathedral of St. Tryphon, St. Luka Church and St. Mihail Church amongst other sites.

    Mostar is a picturesque town, more than 5 centuries old and made famous by its old Turkish bridge; it was once the only means connecting the city over the emerald waters of the Neretva River. The bridge always played a central role in the lives of its inhabitants. The original bridge was wooden, built at the beginning of the 15th century, and it was a very important link of the two parts of Herzegovina, not only strategically but also in respect of trade linking the sea to the interior. This soon brought the urgent need to replace the old unsafe wooden chain bridge with a new which could meet the growing requirements. The construction of the bridge began in 1557 and continued for nine years under the close observation of the Caliph, Suleyman The Magnificent (builder), making it the masterpiece of Hajrudin.

    Day 13

    After breakfast, the day begins with a drive to Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina for a full day walking tour of the town. Meal Plan: B

    Sarajevo – capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina begins with a walking tour. This magical city instantly takes you back to the Ottoman day as we visit beautiful Ottoman mosques, old quarters and the authentic Turkish “carsija”, with its oriental sweet shops, cafes and traditional Bosnian food. Sarajevo is also a town with a multiplicity of mosques, Orthodox churches, Roman Catholic churches and synagogues which have been standing side by side for centuries.

    Day 14

    Today is a free day to explore Sarajevo at your leisure. Meal Plan: B

    Day 15

    After breakfast transfer to Sarajevo airport for onward flight. Meal Plan: B

    NOTE: Extensions to Dubrovnik are possible. Please ask us for details

    Itinerary

    Day 1

    Arrive in Belgrade and transfer to your hotel. Afternoon free to explore the city. Overnight in Belgrade. Meal Plan: n/a

    Day 2

    City Tour of Belgrade. Dinner in a local restaurant and overnight in Belgrade. Meal Plan: B

    Day 3

    Visit Fruska Gora, Sremski Karlovci and Petrovaradin. Overnight in Belgrade. Meal Plan: B

    Day 4

    Drive to Šumadija stopping in Topola, Kruševac and Mediana. Overnight in Nis. Meal Plan: B

    Day 5

    See Devil's Town before crossing into Macedonia. Visit Stobi and Demir Kapija. Overnight in Demir Kapija. Meal Plan: B

    Day 6

    Drive to Bitola and see Lake Prespa and Lake Ohrid. Overnight in Ohrid. Meal Plan: B

    Day 7

    Walking tour of Ohrid and afternoon free to explore. Overnight in Ohrid. Meal Plan: B

    Day 8

    Drive to St. Jovan Bigorski before continuing to Skopje. Overnight in Skopje. Meal Plan: B

    Day 9

    Drive to Kosovo and visit Monastery Gracanica. Continue to Pristina and then Pec, where you will overnight. Meal Plan: B

    Day 10

    Drive into Montenegro to Biograd Lake. Continue on to Zabljak, the highest mountain in the Balkans. Overnight in Zabljak. Meal Plan: B

    Day 11

    After breakfast drive to Cetinje for a visit of the town. Continue past Mount of Lovcen, catching sight of the Mausoleum of Njegos. This is followed by a drive onwards to Njegusi, and then, Kotor. Meal plan: B

    Day 12

    Visit Kotor, then drive to Mostar. Overnight in Mostar. Meal Plan: B

    Day 13

    Drive to Sarajevo for walking tour of the city. Overnight in Sarajevo. Meal Plan: B

    Day 14

    Today is a free day to explore Sarajevo at your leisure. Meal Plan: B

    Day 15

    After breakfast transfer to Sarajevo airport for onward flight. Meal Plan: B

    NOTE: Extensions to Dubrovnik are possible. Please ask us for details

    What's included

  • International return flight (where indicated)
  • Airport pick-up & drop-off
  • Ground transport and driver
  • Escorted guide
  • Accommodation
  • Assistance at all borders
  • Entrance fees to sites on itinerary
  • Breakfasts
  • Climate Care contribution
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    Small comfortable hotels

    Places Visited
    • Belgrade (Serbia)
    • Sremski Karlovici and Novi Sad
    • Nis & Devils Town
    • Stobi & Bitola (Macedonia)
    • Lakes Prespa and Ohrid
    • Skopje
    • Pristina (Kosovo)
    • Monasteries Gracinica & Pec
    • Biograd Lake & Zabljak (Montenegro)
    • Cetinje, Trenbinje & Kotor
    • Mostar & Sarejevo (Bosnia)
    • Dubrovnik (Croatia) - optional extension
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