Tours of the Balkans
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Our Balkans tours
Whether you dream of gazing at the pristine blue waters of the Adriatic in Slovenia, sipping traditional Turkish tea with locals, or stroll along the cobblestone streets on the island of Naxo, you’ll absolutely love our guided tours of the Balkans. This often-overlooked region of the world boasts stunning landscapes to explore and rich history to uncover. It's time to choose your Balkans tour.
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Our team of experts makes planning tours to the Balkans easy, so you can enjoy your trip!
Sit back and get ready for your trip
Your tour includes hotels, breakfast daily and other select meals, comfortable transportation, an expert Tour Director, guided sightseeing, and more.
Take off on an adventure, stress-free
Your local Tour Director will meet you and your group on the first day, and be your go-to for the best sites, flavors, and stories of the region.
What our travelers say about our Balkans tours
Why go on a guided tour of the Balkans?
Formerly one country known as Yugoslavia, the Balkans dissolved into 11 independent nations in the 1990s. Today, you'll find unique history, culture, and food to experience in every land.
The wine The Balkans are the fifth-largest producer of wine in the world, and this region is well known for bold, interesting reds. Be sure to visit the Zivanovic Wine Cellar in the wine region of Sremski Karlovci in Timisoara, Romania—their honey and wine are indescribably delicious.
The views Lakes, seas, landscapes, and incredible architecture put a tour of the Balkans on the top of many photographers’ to-do lists. Have you ever heard of Lake Ohrid? It’s on the border of Macedonia and Albania, and it has some of the most incredible views in Europe.