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Eastern Balkans
9 days / 8 nights

Day 1 Arrival Belgrade
Arrive at the airport and transfer to hotel for dinner and check in

Day 2 Belgrade – Skopje (430km/7h)
Explore the best-known sites of the Serbian capital. Visit St Sava church, the Serbian Parliament, Knez Milos Boulevard. Continue to Tito’s Mausoleum. Get to the Kalemegdan Fortress. Enjoy the panorama. Transfer to Skopje. Dinner and overnight

Day 3 Skopje
The sightseeing tour starts with a visit to the old Train station. Continue on to the monument of Mother Teresa and its house; The Stone Bridge. The tour continues with The church St. Spas and The church St.Pantelejmon where inside the small stone and brick building lies some truly glorious frescos. Enjoy the great views over central Skopje from The Fortress Kale. Free time in the afternoon. Dinner and overnight in Hotel.

Day 4 Skopje –Rila Monastery (230km/4h)- Sofia (120km/2h)
Transfer to Rila Monastery, enjoy guided visit of famous Rila Monastery, the biggest spiritual and cultural center in Bulgaria. Then proceed to Sofia. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 5 Sofia – Veliko Tarnovo (220km/4h)
Explore the city with 7000-year long history. Find one of Bulgaria's most significant historical treasures. Visit the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the Rotunda of St George, the Russian Church. See the Banya Bashi Mosque and the Great Synagogue. In the afternoon transfer to Veliko Tarnovo. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 6 Sofia – Tarnovo (220km/4h) – Bucharest ( 180km/4h)
In the morning Explore the capital of Medieval Bulgaria, Veliko Tarnovo. See the Tsarevets Royal hill above the river Yantra. Go to the Samovodska market place. In the afternoon transfer to Bucharest. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 7 Bucharest – Sinaia (130km/2h) - Bran (50km/1h) – Brasov ( 30km/1h)
Departure to Sinaia and the fabulous Peles Castle. Continue to the legendary Dracula’s Castle. Arrival in Brasov, the second most visited city in Romania. Enjoy the walk in the old town and its centuries-old buildings. Dinner and overnight in hotel

Day 8 Brasov – Bucharest (180km/3h30min)
Transfer back to Bucharest. See from outside the colossal Palace of Parliament. Continue to the Revolution Square, where communist Romania came to an end. The Romanian Athenaeum is the next stop. It is the neo-classical home of the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 9 Bucharest Departure
Departure transfer to airport