Flashback Friday: Filming at Old Town Dubrovnik
My Road Trip Route
It’s been a dream of mine for some time to come back to the Balkans since initial traveling in May 2008 through Croatia, Montenegro, and Slovenia. The Balkans hold a unique place in my heart to get their towns, scenic landscapes, and cultures. About traveling into the Balkans, Possibly the aspect is that you can experience in a concentrated area. Southeastern Europe is often wrongly overlooked by travellers too excited to explore only the”big three,” Paris, London, and Rome. Balkan civilizations are varied because of how many cultures have settled here in the crossroads between Europe and Asia.
Why Serbia and Bosnia?
My Route — Belgrade, Nis, Novi Sad, Sarajevo, Mostar & Banja Luka
What you can expect from the Excursion
The Balkan Peninsula consists of many countries, a lot of which aren’t really a part of this peninsula, but are still lumped in from a point of view. Of these, I will be seeing Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina come tomorrow, April 19th. I will be spending three weeks exploring cities, towns, castles, ruins, wineries, local food, and museums for the guidebook and David’s Been Here internet show collection. Both are my 57th along with 58th countries, respectively.
Serbia has always been on my own bucket checklist for many reasons (I nearly moved there at the same point!) Belgrade is seen as the”Paris of the Balkans” for its intimate structure and cultural events. The main reason behind its grandeur comes from the fact that’s was the backing of the former Republic of Yugoslavia. The money was pumped to revitalizing the city. I’m a history buff, so that you can imagine how excited I am to visit the birth country of 7 Roman emperors, including Constantine the Great. Serbia also has castles, several world-renowned wineries, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
As it’s a country steadily coming out from the shadow of a war, bosnia and Herzegovina was a natural choice. Sarajevo offers visitors a different type of expertise in the sense of Ottoman-era rolls through culture, the food, and structure. Suit is followed by the remainder of the nation, but includes some of this continent’s most amazing and interesting towns . Another highlight is going to be a day in the pilgrimage site of Medjugorje, in which the Virgin Mary appears to traffic.
Anticipate gorgeous photos, tons of Facebook, Instagram, along with Twitter upgrades. We’ll be incorporating restaurants, resorts, and tourist attractions during the trip. We’ll be working hard to bring our readers information that is accurate and up-to-date, as well as tons of inspiration and excellent trip thoughts should you ever choose to investigate both these countries.
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Also we will be producing a post for the Momondo.com experience collection. Here you can read on our gastronomic knowledge in Sarajevo.
Peace out from Barcelona!