Day 1. Belgrade, Serbia
Arriving at Belgrade airport, meet your guide and transfer to the city centre of the Serbian Capital.
Lunch in the city then start a sightseeing tour of one of Europe's oldest cities. Located at the confluence of the Save and the Danube and at the crossroads of the East and the West, Belgrade, the Capital of Serbia is an incredibly rich mosaic of different cultures, influences and styles with a mysterious and exotic atmosphere.
You will discover the Kalemegdan Park and discover the Belgrade Fortress located in the park. Enjoy a stunning panorama on the Save and the Danube. Then visit the old town and discover 19th-century Belgrade With the Orthodox Cathedral of Saint-Michel Dating back to 1844, The Residence of the Patriarch of the Church of Serbia And the Republic Square. Join the Restaurant Mali Vrabac with its traditional charm in the district of Skadarlija, Belgrade's Montmartre, for dinner.
Overnight stay in Belgrade.
Day 2. Belgrade - Novi Sad - Sremski Karlovci, Serbia- Osijek, Croatia.
After breakfast, leave for the village of Sremski Karlovci known for its 72-day congress that ended hostilities between the Ottoman Empire and various European states in the Treaty of Carlowitz.
Join Novi Sad, Once called the "Gibraltar of the Danube." Outside visit of the fortress of Petrovaradin dating back to Roman times, which overlooks the city de Novi Sad. Lunch at Novi Sad.
Then head to Croatia and join Ilok for a local wine tasting in a vineyard whose cellar was built in the 15th century.
Finally drive towards Osijek. Dinner and overnight stay in Osijek.
Day 3. Osijek - Vukovar - Zagreb, Croatia
After breakfast, sightseeing tour of Osijek, the largest city in Slavonia, on the river-banks of the Drave River. Its rich history has left many monuments: the cathedral, the Capuchin church and the "secession" style buildings, a legacy of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Head to Vukovar and have lunch in the city.
After lunch, meet your local guide and start the sightseeing tour of Vukovar, this baroque town in the heart of Slavonia completely rebuilt as it was the scene of a bloody siege during the last Serbo-Croatian war. This city-museum is the symbol of Croatian resistance.
Then reach Zagreb, the Capital of Croatia. Dinner and overnight stay in Zagreb
Day 4. Zagreb, Croatia – Ljubljana - Bled, Slovenia
After breakfast, start a sightseeing tour of Zagreb and discover: The National Theatre, the Mimara Museum, St. Mark's Church, the Parliament, lotrak Tower, Ban Jelasei Square, then an indoor tour of the cathedral.
Afterwards, join the Slovenian Capital – Ljubljana and lunch in town. Start a short walk through the city. Discover the baroque buildings reminiscent of Vienna's style: The Prešeren Square, the Dragon Bridge, the Plečnik Market.
Finally continue your journey to Bled, nestled on the edge of a lake at the foot of the Alps. Start the sightseeing tour of Bled, highlights of Slovenian tourism. Embark on a small boat on Bled Lake and visit the . Dinner and overnight stay in Bled.
Day 5. Bled - Postonjna Caves, Slovenia – Lake Plitvice - Slunj, Croatia
After breakfast, take the road to Postojna.
Start the inner tour of the Postojna Caves, the longest in Europe and enjoy a train ride in this incredible underground world. Lunch in Postojna.
Finally, get back on the road for the Croatia and pursuit to the National Park of Plitvice in the beautiful and unique village of Slunj. Free time on arrival to stroll around Slunj where you will appreciate the atmosphere of a town with unique charm thanks to its many windmills and waterfalls.
Dinner and overnight stay in Slunj.
Day 6. Slunj - The National Park of Plitvice - Zadar - Split, Croatia
After breakfast, join the splendid Plitvice Lakes National Park, protected by UNESCO. You will walk along this National Park and discovers its 16 lakes with turquoise and crystal clear waters, connected by beautiful waterfalls.
Join the city of Zadar and lunch in the city centre. Free time in Zadar for a walk in the city to discover from the outside the most important sites: its ancient churches, palaces, squares and alleys.
Finally, take the road to Split and drop off your luggage in your hotel and free time. Dinner and overnight stay in Split..
Day 7. Split Croatia – Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
After breakfast, meet your local guide and start a sightseeing tour of the Split. You will visit the city centre with a fascinating history: the Diocletian Palace with its cellars and the church of Saint-Domnius.
You will drive towards Bosnia and Herzegovina and make a stop at Trilj for lunch.
Take the road through beautiful rural landscapes and reach the capital of the country - Sarajevo, one of the martyred cities of the Bosnian war with the siege of the city that lasted more than 3 years and destroyed many buildings.
Start a walk in Sarajevo. Discover its famous district " Baščaršija " with its souvenir shops and cafes, the Gazi Husrev-Begova Mosque, the old Orthodox church and the Latin Bridge, the place where Archduke François-Ferdinand and his wife were killed.
Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel in Sarajevo.
Day 8. Sarajevo - Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Dubrovnik, Croatia
After breakfast, take the road to the country's second largest city: Mostar. You will discover its famous medieval bridge "Stari Most", destroyed in the 1990s during the last war and completely rebuilt. Today it is one of the main attractions of the city for its famous jumping competitions in the river.
You will walk along its bazaar and visit the Turkish house and the mosque.
Lunch at Mostar and free time.
Head back to Croatia and reach the amazing city of Dubrovnik.
Dinner and overnight stay in Mlini, Dubrovnik region
Day 9. Dubrovnik, Croatia
After breakfast, meet your local guide and start the sightseeing tour of Dubrovnik. Discover a city of rare beauty, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Lunch in the old town and free afternoon.Besieged in 1991, it was restored and its buildings bear witness to the various historical influences. Outside visit of the Rector's Palace, the Dominicain and the Franciscan Monasteries. You will also discover the Saint-Blaise Church and the Onofrio Fountain.
Dinner Dubrovnik and overnigh stay in Mlini.
Day 10. Dubrovnik, Croatia – Kotor - Njegusi - Budva, Montenegro
After breakfast, take the road to Montenegro and join the Bay of Kotor, the deepest fjord of the Adriatic.
Meet your local guide and start the sightseeing tour of Kotor, Montenegro's most beautiful city. Surrounded by its walls which architecture are strongly influenced by 400 years of Venetian occupation, visit the old town and the St. Triphun's Cathedral.
Then head to the most beautiful road of Montenegro, “the Serpentines road” to the village of Njegusi for a lunch with tasting of local product like smoked ham and cheese. Small and picturesque mountain village that became known for its local production.
Join Cetinje, the former Capital of Montenegro, residence of the princes of Montenegro and current residence of the president of Montenegro. Outside visit of King Nicholas' palace and the Blue Palace.
Finally, drive towards Budva, Montenegro's largest seaside resort. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel in Budva.
Day 11. Cetinje, Montenegro – Shkodër - Tirana, Albania
After breakfast, head to Albania and join the historical city of Shkodra. Sightseeing tour of the largest city in northern Albania and former cultural and economic center of the country.
You will then leave for the Albania's most famous restaurant “Mrizi I Zanave”. Lost in the Albanian countryside, you will enjoy a lunch in an eco-friendly restaurant where all the products served come from the restaurant and the local families located in the surrounding area.
Join afterwards Tirana, the capital of Albania. Once dull and grey, the city has experienced a post-communist international boom, becoming a lively, colourful and vibrant metropolis thanks to its unique atmosphere. Fascinating, Tirana represents both Albania's past and future.
Exterior visit of the main sites: the Skanderbeg Monument, the Ethem Bey Mosque, the President's Palace and the Tirana National Museum.
Dinner and overnight stay in Tirana.
Day 12. Tirana, Albania – Ohrid, North Macedonia
After breakfast, take the road to North Macedonia to reach Ohrid, the birthplace of Orthodoxy. Lunch in Ohrid.
Meet your local guide and start the sightseeing tour of a city inscribed the UNESCO World Heritage and sublime lakeside city which, for many, represents the culmination of the Macedonian experience, a Kingdom of Light and Water as well as a reference to the ancient ruins of the traditional kingdom of Macedonia.
Discover its historical heritage, well preserved as St Jovan's Church and the Ancient theatre dating back to the Roman Empire.
At the end of the day, join a wine cellar in Ohrid's Old Town for a tasting of local wines.
Traditional dinner with the possibility of being accompanied by Macedonian musicians (subject to availability). Overnight in Ohrid.
Day 13. Ohrid - Skopje, North Macedonia – Prizren, Kosovo
After breakfast, take the road to Skopje, the Capital of North Macedonia. Start a short sightseeing tour of a city ravaged by an earthquake in 1963 that has been able to completely rebuild itself and offer a unique experience. You will enjoy a city separated between two cultures and two different lifestyles between Macedonian Albanians and Macedonians.
Stroll through its new city centre to discover its famous fortress « Tvrdina Kale » and his stone bridge « Kameni Most" which separates the city into two parts with the old Ottoman bazaar « Čaršija ».
Head towards Kosovo and join Prizren, the cultural and historical capital of Kosovo. Surrounded by mountainous landscapes, discover the old Ottoman centre of the city where the Lumbardhi River passes. Its cobbled streets and tea rooms in the old bazaar give Prizren a unique Ottoman charm.
start the guided tour of Prizren with its three nearby religious monuments: the Sinan Pasha Mosque, St. George's Orthodox Cathedral and the Catholic Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Relief.
Visit the Albanian League of Prizren, the first Albanian rights league established at the end of the 19th century and its Ethnographic Museum.Visit of a Filigran manufacturing, traditional Albanian jewelry taking its origins in ancient Egypt (depending on availability). Free time to get to the Prizren Fortress and enjoy stunning views of the city. Dinner overnight stay in Prizren.
Day 14. Prizren - Pristina, Kosovo – Belgrade, Serbia
After breakfast, join Pristina, Capital of Kosovo and the youngest country in Europe. Lunch in town then start the sightseeing tour of Pristina, the newest and smallest Capital of the Balkans. The city has already everything from a large metropolis with a city center living with its many cafes and restaurants.
Lunch in a traditional agrotourism restaurant serving local and organic products to discover the excellent Albanian gastronomy.
Finally take the road to Serbia and return to Belgrade for your last night.
Dinner and overnight in Belgrade
Day 15. Belgrade - Belgrade Airport, Serbia
Breakfast and free time until you transfer to Belgrade airport for your return flight.