Discover former Yugoslavia through the capitals of its former republics.
The journey starts in Dubrovnik, a town of worldly fame for its uniqueness, “bewitching” the visitors with its charming ally-ways and captivating views. We take you then to Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina, a town of unmistakable and omnipresent Turkish spirit, but at the same time a crossroads of different cultures and religions.
We will next fly to Ljubljana in Slovenia, a town of wonderful facades in the centre, designed by the famous Slovenian architect Plečnik.
The Croatian capital Zagreb is a town of rich history. We will visit the picturesque Upper Town and the Down Town where streets and vivid squares alternate with numerous parks.
Belgrade, the capital of the former Yugoslavia, and the capital of Serbia today, developed on the banks of the Sava and Danube Rivers to become the most important crossroads in the Balkans, in the past as well as in the present day. We will visit its highlights such as the Kalemegdan Fortress and the adjoining park, and other monuments in the centre.
Once we reach Skopje, the capital of Macedonia, we will visit the Old Fort Kale, the Church of St. Savior with its famous icons, the Old Bazaar and the Stone Bridge and will, along the way, learn some history of this southernmost republic of the former Yugoslavia.
On our way back to Dubrovnik, we will drive through Montenegro, its capital Podgorica, and the Bay of Kotor.