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The Balkan Peninsula is one of the last relatively unexplored corners of Europe. But with a wealth of history, cultural and culinary treasures and great nightlife, it won't be too long before the region becomes the next travel hotspot. Stretching from the Adriatic Sea to the Black Sea, the region is home to some of the most diverse languages and dialects, customs and perhaps some of the most intriguing history of Europe spanning thousands of years of legacies and war-occupation.
The Charm of Slovenia & Istria
Take a little bit of Bavaria, a sliver of Mediterranean Riviera, a stretch of the Danube, a touch of Venice and a slice of the Balkans, and you have Slovenia, one of Europe's best-kept secrets. Marvel at some of the most incredible nature, wine and gastronomy combined with Croatia's Istrian Peninsula on a journey less trodden.
Albania - The Undiscovered Mediterranean
Embark on this less-trodden journey to discover one of the most unspoiled destinations as we uncover the secrets of Albania., a combination of wondrous seascapes and inspiring mountainous landscapes provides endless discovery in a storied land of epic conquests.
Bulgaria - A Balkan Serendipity
Home to some of the most incredible UNESCO sites, heritage and wondrous nature, Bulgaria had had a grim reputation during the Communist era in its storied past but now, it is one of the most revered destinations in the Balkans for its surreal landscapes, hidden culture and the shimmer of the Black Sea.
Enigmatic Romania offers an entirely different culture from what you'll find elsewhere in Europe with some of the most stunning mountain scenery on the continent, and much of the countryside seem untouched by modern history. For the discerning, the eerie castles, charming villages and painted monasteries hidden away in deep forests showcases a Europe that still seemed to be lost in time.
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