Bulgaria is part of the Balkan Peninsula and is also marked with its difficult destiny. We made tour packages Balkan in different variations to make you breathe the air and feel the atmosphere of this interesting place, the Balkans.
American captain Fox talks about the ‘complicated Balkans’. The only explanation of the Balkan countries’ political destiny is the position of the peninsula. Its central location in Europe and the fact that it served as a bridge towards Asia, made it suffer the strong after-effect of every whim that Europe and the world had. It was forced to stand in the path of the greatest racial movements. The cradle of ancient civilizations like the Hellenic and the Thracian ones, the Balkans never failed to surprise. They are a mixture of races and beliefs, qualified by many as ‘explosive’.
Open the tour packages Balkan and enjoy their gifts
As a Bulgarian company located in the very centre of the country, Kazanlak (the Valley of the Roses and the Thracian Kings), we like to introduce Bulgaria to you with its unique nature, atmosphere and cultural heritage and reveal the different ‘similarities’ among the other countries, part of the jigsaw puzzle called the Balkans.
All you need to do is decide that it’s time for you to travel Bulgaria and have your Balkan holiday. We believe that private Balkan tours are a good possibility to sink into the history of the region (it is a general belief that the Balkan Peninsula produces more history than it is capable of consuming).
Taste of Balkan
Taste of Balkan tour covers three countries and doesn’t pretend to be a detailed one. The countries we visit are Bulgaria, Greece and Macedonia. The place we will visit in Bulgaria is Rupite. It is connected with the world-famous Bulgarian prophet Baba Vanga (Grandmother Vanga). The place is special but more special is Baba Vanga. This is a short visit but one that can make you hear the pulsing Bulgarian heart.
Then comes Thessaloniki, Greece’s second largest city – one full of optimism. It is mostly walkable and its centre is dotted with historic sights. The last country in the tour is Macedonia – the country of Alexander the Great and Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. Part Balkan, part Mediterranean and rich in Greek, Roman and Ottoman history, Macedonia has a lot to offer. Skopje, Bitola, Ohrid, Tetovo – each one of them surprising in its own way.
A more detailed one is Highlights of Balkan tour. It is an 8-day-tour in the Balkans that starts from Bulgaria, with a visit to Rupite. After Bulgaria, we go to Greece, Thessaloniki. Then Macedonia, Kosovo, Albania, Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia follow.
The longest is the Grand Balkan tour, a-16-day tour that covers 9 countries – Turkey, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Albania, Greece.
These can absolutely be complied with your interests and desires and we make them customized tour packages Balkan.