The Balkan Peninsula covers an expansive area, situated east of Italy and west of Turkey. Although it is often overlooked by many travellers, the Balkan Peninsula is home to some of the most naturally mesmerising cities and landmarks on earth. Our range of Balkan Peninsula tours will provide plenty of inspiration to visit this wonder of Eastern Europe.
To the north of the peninsula lies Croatia, home to many fantastic coastal cities including Korcula and Dubrovnik. Croatia is also home to the Plitvice Lakes National Park, where water gently cascades along a network of waterways that connects 16 glistening lakes together.
Mostar in Bosnia is a beautifully quaint town, epitomised by the iconic Stari Most Bridge, which sits above the Neretva River. In many ways, this city is best experienced by just simply wandering through the network of streets and admiring the harmonious blend of cultures.
The Bay of Kotor, in Montenegro, is absolutely stunning and is renowned for baring resemblance with Monaco. Whether you decide to wander the streets in search of medieval structures or simply sit back and admire the sloping fjords in the distance, a journey to Kotor is a must for anyone visiting the Balkan Peninsula.