Why South Eastern Europe? Because it is an incredible journey of over 3,000 kilometers thru untouched natural landscapes and unique historical places. Sofia, the Bran Castle in Transylvania, Transfăgărășan, Budapest, Zagreb, the Plitvice Lakes, Split, Mostar, Dubrovnik, Kotor, Tirana, and Skopje.
A one-shot journey of 3,000 kilometers across Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Albania, and Macedonia.
In the mountainous regions of South Eastern Europe and along the Adriatic Sea to discover different cultures and languages of one of the most untouched areas of the old continent.
What to see?
Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria and from there we shall start our travel adventure. Then, we will cross the first border with Romania going up to one of the most beautiful roads in the world that takes to Transfăgărășan. Continue to Transylvania for the Bran Castle, Dracula’s place. We will visit Budapest, the beautiful capital of Hungary. Furthermore, on the way to the Plitvice Lakes National Park, we will stop at Zagreb. Visit the Roman city of Split and the breathtaking towns of Mostar, Dubrovnik, and Kotor. Finally, we will stop at Tirana before the last drive to Sofia passing thru Skopje.
Why South Eastern Europe?
Because of the beautiful natural landscape but also for its rich cultural heritage. South Eastern Europe, despite its beauty. is off the beaten track. Moreover, it is still far cheaper than the rest of Europe and you can taste great food without having to break the bank.