Balkan Explorer


Start and end in Budapest! With the discovery  tour Balkan Explorer, you have a 15 day tour package taking you through Budapest, Hungary and 8 other destinations in Europe. Balkan Explorer includes accommodation in a hotel as well as an expert guide, meals, transport and more.

Highlights  (Starting from 1850pp)

·    Thermal springs in Budapest

·    Explore the tunnels in Sarajevo

·    Watch the sun set from the cliffs of Dubrovnik

·    Experience the unique night life of Ljubljana

·    Visit the medieval literary centre of Ohrid

·     Age range:  20 – 65 years

·     Minimum group size: 20 people

·     Maximum group size: 40 people

·     Travel Style: Discovery, Adventure

·     Accommodation: Hotel

·     Transportation: Coach / Bus

·     Guide: English guide

·     Optional tours

·     Meals: Breakfast


Rated Good by past passengers

Overnights in comfortable 4* hotels - all overnights are based on double rooms with private WC/shower

14 nights in hotels (twin or double) 


Rated Excellent by past passengers

The trip is coordinated by a tour leader from Camellia Travel, who is responsible for the logistics of the tour – updating you on the daily itinerary, arranging your passport checks at the border-crossings, handling the check-ins at each hotel, communicating with the driver and arranging the local guides as scheduled in the program. Detailed information about the countries and some of the sites will be presented by the local city guides included in the itinerary.


14 breakfasts

5 dinners

This tour offers Vegetarian and Vegan food options on request. Simply let our tour leader know the food option that you prefer. 


Rated Excellent by past passengers

·Private airport transfers to/from your scheduled hotel are included in tour price on the arrival and departure days, as set in the program (Day 1 and Day 15 respectively),

·The type of the vehicle of the tour depends on the size of the group –For group over 20 pax we travel in a bus (49 seater) with the tour leader and  also the driver; 


Additional Services

Walking tours of Sarajevo and Zadar

Driving tour of Budapest

Entry to Plitvice Lakes National Park

Local guides in Belgrade and Dubrovnik

Visit the Srebrenica Memorial


The program is made, organized and protected  by The Tourist Agency Camellia Tours

It’s under legal protection with together conditions between Travel Agency and Economic Chamber of Tourism

Слични Понуди


Day 1: Budapest, Hungary
    Meet your Trip Leader and prepare for two days of getting down and Danube (that being the river) with twin cities Buda and Pest! We’ll check out Hero's Square, Parliament House, the National Palace, Fisherman's Bastion and the swanky Andrássy Avenue before meeting the major food groups: goulash, cabbage rolls and dumplings. Yum.
    Included today:
  • Driving tour of Budapest
  • Dinner
Day 2: Budapest
    A free day to take on a city with enough baroque, neoclassical and art nouveau architecture to keep you entertained for hours. Tonight, hang with the hipsters and drink local fruit brandy at one of the original ruin bars. Wanna go one step further? An optional dinner cruise on the Danube has your name on it.
    Optional activities:
  • Dinner cruise on the Danube River
  • Breakfast
Day 3: Budapest to Belgrade, Serbia
    Next up: Belgrade. Prepare for another slice of Eastern Europe's unique mix of glasnost and capitalism! Serbia's religious and political past has cultivated a diverse cultural landscape throughout the city. After you’ve soaked up the sights on a driving tour, make like a local and sip some traditional plum brandy. You'll fit right in.
    Included today:
  • Driving tour of Belgrade
  • Breakfast
Day 4: Belgrade
    Say hello to freedom – it’s your day, your way! Check out the wartime tunnels or jump on a guided tour to find out more about life in Tito's Yugoslavia. Whatever you do, make the most of Belgrade while you can – tomorrow we’ll be hitting the road again.
  • Breakfast
Day 5: Belgrade to Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina via Srebrenica
    Beat the crowds in up-and-coming Sarajevo – a city that’s shaking off its tragic past (Sarajevo was torn apart by war in the 90s). But first: honour the victims of the 1995 genocide at the haunting Srebrenica Genocide Memorial, a sobering reminder of the greatest atrocity on European soil since the Second World War.
    Included today:
  • Walking tour of Sarajevo
  • Visit the Srebrenica Memorial
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
Day 6: Sarajevo
    You’ve got a free day to explore one of Europe’s most underrated cities. Spend some time playing ‘I spy’ with the city’s mosques, synagogues and churches – or, if you fancy, there’s also an optional guided tour of the Sarajevo Tunnel on the cards.
    Optional activities:
  • Tunnel tour in Sarajevo
  • Breakfast
Day 7: Sarajevo to Dubrovnik, Croatia via Mostar
    We make the most of Mostar before heading for the most famous walled city in Europe: Dubrovnik. Wander the city’s tiny cobblestones streets and explore hidden cafés and shops before grabbing some dinner and checking out the glitzy nightlife.
    Included today:
  • Visit Mostar
  • Local guide in Dubrovnik
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
Day 8: Dubrovnik
    Free day in Dubrovnik for the win! Check out the residential homes further up in the Old Town and take in some epic views. Later, crack open a cold beer on the wall and watch as the sun sets over the Adriatic. This is the good life.
    Optional activities:
  • Sea kayaking around the ancient City Walls of Dubrovnik
  • Game of Thrones tour
  • Breakfast
Day 9: Dubrovnik to Budva, Montenegro
    Hands up who needs more beach in their life? Well, you’re on the right trip! Today we’re hitting the road to Budva – the ‘Miami of Montenegro’. Whether you choose to laze on the sand and roll into bed or hit the clubs and party till dawn, you can’t lose!
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
Day 10: Budva
    Part beach paradise, part walled medieval wonder-city, Budva's got plenty to keep you occupied. After breakfast, the city is your oyster. And... go!
  • Breakfast
Day 11: Budva to Zadar, Croatia
    Today we’ll listen to the ocean play an instrument in Zadar. Yep, you read that right. The Sea Organ is a quirky art installation nested within the city’s eclectic mix of Roman ruins and public art. More cool facts await you on an orientation tour with your brainy Trip Leader.
  • Breakfast
Day 12: Zadar to Plitvice Lakes
    Next up: bliss and waterfalls at Plitvice Lakes National Park.
    Included today:
  • Wine tasting in Nadin
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
Day 13: Plitvice Lakes
    Today is brought to you by Mother Nature! Made up of 16 lakes connected by streams and waterfalls and surrounded by 300 square kilometres of national park, Plitvice Lakes didn’t make it onto the UNESCO World Heritage list for nothing. Hike up to see the tallest waterfall in Croatia or glide across the crystal blue lakes in a rowboat. Mindfulness just got a whole new meaning.
    Included today:
  • Entry to Plitvice Lakes National Park
  • Breakfast
Day 14: Plitvice Lakes to Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Shoot one last longing look at Plitvice Lakes before arriving in Ljubljana (lyoob-lya-nah), the capital of Slovenia. The Ljubljana Castle and Old Town have been waiting for you since Celtic times, so it’d be rude not to check them out. Tonight, hit up the strip for a tea or vino with a side of live music.
    Optional activities:
  • Ljubljana pub crawl
  • Food tour of Ljubljana
  • Breakfast
Day 15: Ljubljana to Budapest, Hungary
    Our final destination is Budapest, where this trip wraps up. Go hunt down some tasty goulash, quirky ruin bars and a fiendish Rubik's cube before heading home. See you next time!
  • Breakfast
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Guide: English guide
Optional tours
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast
Transportation: Coach / Bus

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