South eastern Europe


Croatia is a Mediterranean fairy-tale known for its sapphire waters and over thousand islands, ancient walled towns, largely preserved and intact nature, as well as rich culture and history.

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Bosnia and Hercegovina is most intriguing for its distinctive “East-meets-West” character. Visitors are likely to remember the country for its deep, unassuming human warmth, its beautiful mountain landscape, rich history and architecture, enchanting rivers and impressive waterfalls.

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Serbia is a land of great diversity, amazing and wild nature, welcoming people and a lot of fun. This inland country in the heart of the Balkans is still surprisingly off the tourist trails. While the Serbian spirit is embodied in Belgrade’s world-class nightlife and Novi Sad’s EXIT Festival, there are many other stunning places to explore across the country where East and the West have been intertwining for centuries.

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Tiny Montenegro, literally translated as "Black Mountain", proves that good things do indeed come in small packages. The country boasts majestic mountains, breathtaking beaches, UNESCO-recognized fjordscapes, rich culture and history as well as variety of leisure activities combined with fabulous authentic cuisine.

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After being closed to outsiders for much of the 20th century, in recent years, tourism has grown a lot in Albania and more and more people discover this beautiful country. The National Geographic announcement recognizing Albania as one of the best destinations to visit in 2018.

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Macedonia might be small, but it is fascinating in many ways. This is where the Cyrillic alphabet was invented, and where Mother Teresa of Calcutta, recently made a saint by Pope Francis, was born in Skopje in 1910. Located in the southern part of the Balkans, boasts fascinating history and rich cultural heritage.

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Romania is for sure a land of diversity. It is renowned for spectacular nature, rich wildlife, many cultural attractions, friendly people, mysterious castles, impressive folk museums and old-folk tales about witches, giants, ghosts, heroes and fairies.

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Bulgaria is one of the most beautiful cultural crossroads in Europe today. Its geographical position in the heart of the Balkans has strongly influenced its culture, architecture, customs, and traditions. Soul-stirring mountains rival golden beaches, while cities hum with nightlife and art.

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