Romania, Bulgaria and Serbia Explored

Small Group Holiday



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This two-week tour of Romania, Bulgaria and Serbia has you discover the highlights of these countries that share so much history yet are so diverse. Visit the capitals of Bucharest, Belgrade and Sofia, explore the castles and fortress towns of Transylvania, discover ancient Roman ruins at Plovdiv, the Ottoman Citadel at Nis and Soviet monuments in Sofia and churches, monasteries and mosques everywhere.

Activity / Theme



Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria

Comfort Level

Physical Rating

Basic / Moderate





1 night comfortable guesthouse, 11 nights comfortable hotel, 2 nights simple hotel

Months of Operation

April, May, June, July, August, September, October


DAY 1 Start Bucharest
DAY 2 Tour Bucharest; Peles & Bran Castles, Transylvanian Moieciu
DAY 3 Medieval Brasov and walled city of Sibiu
DAY 4 Corvin Castle & King Decebalus' statue, hot springs
DAY 5 Into Serbia, Roman Viminacium, to Belgrade
DAY 6 Visit Novi Sad; Belgrade walking tour
DAY 7 Devil's Town rock formations, Nis Skull Tower
DAY 8 To Bulgaria, Sofia Soviet Army Monument & walking tour
DAY 9 Rila Monastery; free afternoon in Sofia
DAY 10 Plovdiv Roman Theatre, Thracian tomb in the Rose Valley
DAY 11 Shipka Memorial Church, Etar Open Air Museum, Veliko Tarnovo
DAY 12 Black Sea coast: Varna and Balchik
DAY 13 Kaliakra Fortress and cliff top walk
DAY 14 To Bucharest
DAY 15 End Bucharest


14 breakfasts, 1 dinner
Sightseeing and entrance fees
Services of Tour Leader, Driver(s) and Local Guide(s)

Sample tour.  Itinerary, accommodation, transportation, inclusions and prices are correct at the time of publication but may change without prior notice.  Please inquire.

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