This amazing 15-day Balkans tour takes you to all the highlights Balkans have to offer, with plenty of time to bathe under the sun and cool off in the Adriatic. Sailing it off, embark on a week-long journey through the famous Croatian islands, decorated with long parties and delicious meals. Ride all the way from Montenegro, through Albania and Macedonia, to Greece, and learn about many cultures that have existed in the Balkans at different times in its ancient history, and witness their beautiful interaction, while being amazed by its unspoken natural beauty.
You will fall in love with the perfect combination of culture, history and the dynamic contemporary life in one of the oldest cities in the world.
Bitola is the second largest city in Macedonia and near the border with Greece.
Budva is a town in Montenegro and known for best nightlife on the Adriatic Sea.
This complex is one of the most beautiful and strongest fortified systems in Europe, but the lively streets show that there is more! Party in a 13th Century fortress anyone?
Among the most popular of the Adriatic, it was named a top destination to travel in 2012. Crowding streets and the crazy nightlife can’t go unmentioned.
Kalambaka is a small town in Greece, built on the feet of the Meteora.
The birthplace of Marco Polo reminds many of a miniature Dubrovnik with its walls. Make your way to the old city tower to grab a cocktail and enjoy the stunning view.
Kotor is a coastal town in Montenegro and well-known for its World heritage medieval structures.
A true beauty of nature, the island of Mljet is covered in green with some small villages and lakes. A third of the island is an amazing Natural Park.
Ohrid is a large town in Macedonia on the shore of Lake Ohrid and a UNESCO heritage site since 1980.
Omis is a small port located at the mouth of the Cetina River and surrounded by huge gorges
Podgorica is the capital and largest city of Montenegro and 63 km far from the Budva.
Shkodra is the fourth largest city in Albania and one of the oldest places in the Balkan peninsula.
Skopje is the capital and largest city of Macedonia and it lies in the heart of the Balkan Peninsula.
The largest city of Adriatic has a stunning coastline with countless cafes, bars or shops. Emperor Diocletain’s palace, a World Heritage Site, is open for visitors.
Tetovo is a city in the northwestern corner of western Macedonia and adjacent to the Shar Mountains.
Thessaloniki is the second largest city of Greece and has a rich history from the Roman period.
Tirana is the capital and largest city of Albania.It is also culturel and economical center of the country.
Twin, double, triple and quadruple cabins in “A category” private boats with ensuite facilities, 4 Star hotels in Balkans.
12 breakfasts | 7 lunches | 1 Liter of drinking water per day on the boat
A” category traditional Croatian motor cruiser with air condition in common areas
Services of an experienced Travel Talk tour leader.
Services of the captain and experienced crew
Air-conditioned non-smoking coach or mini-bus
This contemporary, centrally located hotel is situated 2 minute walk-away from Monastiraki Metro Station. The rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with minibar, satellite TV and hairdryer.
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