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private balkan tour

Private Balkan trip

Private Balkan trip

Wake your senses up with private Balkan trip

A private Balkan trip in the Balkan countries means a good possibility to sink into the history of the region and put the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle together.

What is a better way to tease and wake your senses up than travelling? They say that travelling is the key to happiness. Do you believe it? I do. Join us and let’s find out together.

The countries on the Balkan Peninsula are all different and at the same time they share this ‘similar difference’. (Balkan tours 2019 ) For example, ‘The coffee we had tastes like the Turkish coffee but they call it Greek. Or, ‘ Isn’t that dish the same as the one we had in the place, etc.’ These kinds of conversations probably look familiar to you. I am sure most of you experienced them and enjoyed them really much.

Dubrovnik and Austria

Dubrovnik and Austria

It’s not just Dubrovnik that’s worth a look. The surrounding area also has a great deal to offer.

The new Radisson Blu Hotel Sun Gardens makes a great base camp for anyone wishing to explore the resort of Dubrovnik ten kilometres away -and connected to the hotel by a shuttle boat – the beautiful southern stretch of the Dalmatian coast which surrounds it, and the offshore islands, which are always worth a look. If quiet, undiscovered destinations are your thing, the region has an embarrassment of riches. Dubrovnik itself is not known as ‘Little Venice’ for nothing; like its celebrated Italian counterpart across the Adriatic, the Croatian port is impressive and rich in histoiy, with ancient palaces, narrow alleyways and beautiful views over the sea. Any visit should also include a trip to the Elaphiti Islands, where the island of Lopud in particular is a must-see. And whenyou return from your day