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Armenia is the first Christian country

November 20, 2012

Armenia is the first Christian country
Armenia is the first Christian country in the world, boasting rich culture, ancient history and great heritage. Georgia is located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe and its capital Tbilisi is considered the prettiest Caucasus city. You can visit both countries from April to November for a price of 695 EUR pp for Armenia and 1.280 EUR pp for Georgia (flights are not included). Check out our website for the detailed programs of the tours to these lovely countries:
Georgia Roundtrip | Armenia Roundtrip

Trips to Iraq and Eastern Turkey
In 2012 our first trip to Iraq and Eastern Turkey took place. It was such a success that we decided to offer it again in 2013 on 11th May and 10th September with an amended program for 1.790 EUR pp (flight is not included). Visit Tour of Kurdistan (Northern Iraq and Eastern Turkey) for more details.
IRAQ AND EASTERN TURKEY TOURS

Balkan Kaleidoscope – 7 countries in 14 days
Another interesting and successful tour of 2012, which will be available in 2013 as well, is our Balkan Kaleidoscope, where adventurers wishing to visit as many countries as possible will have the chance to explore 7 countries in 14 days – Bulgaria, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Macedonia. Check out our prolonged program (with a possible extension to Albania) due on 10th May and 30th September for 1.250 EUR pp only (flight is not included) here: Balkan Kaleidoscope (Bulgaria,Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia)
Balkan Kaleidoscope – 7 countries in 14 days

NEW! Balkan Kaleidoscope

March 15, 2012

NEW! Balkan Kaleidoscope on the 30th of September –
6 countries in 12 days (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro)

Tour highlights:
♦ Stari Ras – the old capital of the medieval Serbian state of Raska, that existed between the IX and XIII century. The fortress and the nearby monasteries of “Studenica” and “Sopocani” established in the XIII century, are under the auspices of UNESCO
♦ Belgrade – the capital of Serbia
♦ Mehmed Pasha Bridge near Visegrad, built in XVI century is under UNESCO auspices
♦ Sarajevo – the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina
♦ The town of Jajce – the capital of the Bosnian Kingdom in XIV and XV century
♦ Mostar whose old part is under the auspices of UNESCO
♦ Blagaj with the springs of Buna River and the Muslim sanctuary from XVI century.
♦ Dubrovnik – the masterpiece of the Adriatic, the sea and commercial rival of Venice, under the auspices of UNESCO
♦ The picturesque Kotor Bay and the town of Kotor, forming a beautiful ensemble of natural, historic and cultural heritage, under the auspices of UNESCO
♦ Budva and the Budva Riviera – a Montenegrin tourist center
♦ Durmitor National Park with the canyon of Tara river – the second largest canyon in the world, under the auspices of UNESCO
♦ Visoki Decani Monastery with the largest medieval church in the Balkans, under the auspices of UNESCO Matka canyon near Skopje
♦ Ohrid – a medieval literary center and the last capital of the First Bulgarian Kingdom. Together with the Ohrid lake the town is under the auspices of UNESCO

890 EUR per person
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