- From: 05/16/2019
- For: 11 days
- Landing in: Bucharest, Romania
- Returning from: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
1 nightThu. May 16-Fri. May 17
1 nightFri. May 17-Sat. May 18
2 nightsSat. May 18-Mon. May 20
2 nightsMon. May 20-Wed. May 22
2 nightsWed. May 22-Fri. May 24
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
2 nightsFri. May 24-Sun. May 26
1 nightThu. May 16 - Fri. May 17
The capital of Romania serves as the country's historic, cultural, and financial center, offering a myriad of attractions and sights.
City Center, Bucharest
Wander through the streets of Romania's largest city, enjoying its eclectic architecture, unique ambiance, and fine churches.
Palace of the Parliament, Bucharest
Home to various art and history museums, this massive parliament building is the largest in the world and requires a guided tour.
Cismigiu Gardens, Bucharest
Bucharest's largest and oldest public park features a lovely artificial lake, several historical landmarks, and beautiful statues.
Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History, Bucharest
Romania's best natural history museum dates to the 19C, offering a multitude of exhibitions that will excite kids and adults alike.
1 nightFri. May 17 - Sat. May 18
Bulgaria's capital is a fusion of old and new, with historic churches and Soviet remnants alongside modern amenities, parks, and galleries.
Historic Center, Sofia
Get to know this fascinating city center and its turbulent history by exploring the streets and their marvelous historic buildings.
National History Museum, Sofia
Learn all about Bulgaria's past through an array of artifacts dating from prehistory to the present day at this excellent museum.
Home to a wide selection of mammals, birds, reptiles, and insects, this excellent zoo promises a fun day for all ages.
National Art Gallery, Sofia
Home to extensive collections of Bulgarian artwork, the pieces in this superb museum span the 12C-19C period.
2 nightsSat. May 18 - Mon. May 20
Macedonia's largest city is also its capital, known for historical landmarks, cultural institutions, and varied nightlife.
Historic Center, Skopje
Take a walk through the heart of the capital, exploring the shops and cafes lining the streets and enjoying a taste of local color.
Old Bazaar, Skopje
Dating to the 12C, this bazaar offers traditional taverns, fun little shops, and glimpses of Ottoman and Byzantine architectures.
Established in 1926, this zoo is home to 300 animals, playgrounds for children, and several eateries.
Set in the city center, this fortress dates to the 6C, housing archaeological sites, as well as remains of churches and dwellings.
2 nightsMon. May 20 - Wed. May 22
Albania's modern capital city boasts colorful buildings, world-class museums, historic sites, and sprawling parks.
Historic Center, Tirana
Explore Tirana's vibrant city center, admire the colorful former-Soviet buildings, and people-watch in one of the excellent cafes.
Big Park of Tirana
Known as "one of the most relaxing places in the capital," kick back in the shade of the park's trees or go for a swim in the lake.
Rinia Park, Tirana
Escape the bustle of the city in this large green park, home to cafes, restaurants, fountains, and even a bowling alley.
National History Museum, Tirana
Albania's largest museum is home to a wide range of fascinating exhibits, dating from ancient Illyria up until modern times.
2 nightsWed. May 22 - Fri. May 24
Dating to 5C BC, this coastal town offers great beaches, a medieval fortress, and vibrant nightlife.
Sveti Stefan, Budva
Once a fishing village, this islet features sandy beaches, charming ambiance, and an elegant hotel favored by the rich and famous.
A medieval fortress housing a small museum and a gallery, as well as providing great views of the area.
Mogren Beach, Budva
Spend your day catching rays on this lovely beach, known for its calm, surrounding beauty, and fine sandy shore dotted with cafes.
Old Town, Budva
Enjoy the medieval charm permeating these winding cobbled streets, as you explore its citadel, churches, embrasures, and more.
2 nightsFri. May 24 - Sun. May 26
The capital and largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo is famed for its cultural diversity and many fine landmarks.
Historic Center, Sarajevo
Explore the streets of this beautiful city center, admiring its varied architecture, green parks, and spectacular lookout spots.
Sarajevo Tunnel Museum
A fine museum set over the tunnels utilized during the 1993 siege on Sarajevo, exhibiting historical relics from the war period.
Eternal Flame, Sarajevo
A monument memorializing the soldiers and victims of WWII, this flame has continuously burned since its inauguration in 1946.
Gallery 11-07-95, Sarajevo
Honoring the 8,000 massacred in Srebrenica during the Bosnian civil war, this chilling exhibit is a must for history lovers.