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Visit Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia & Slovenia On Line (Video + Stills)

My film “Draculas Neighborhood” presents Balkan highlights from Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, and Slovenia.

It includes dictator Ceausescu’s massive palace, fortified churches and the legend of Dracula, Orthodox Church artistic splendor, a Thracian tomb, folk dancing, Belgrade’s citadel, the destruction of Yugoslavia by Milosevic, Sarajevo’s recovery from civil war, and its splendid old town, Mostar’s landmark bridge, the walled city of Dubrovnik, Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace, the Postojna Cave, and scenic Lake Bled.

Athens to Serbia in 10 days

We want to travel from Athens in Greece up to Serbia, Montenegro & possibly Croatia. We have 10 days & are fine to travel long journeys by train. We want to stop off in countries on the way & enjoy the experience. Will transport be ok for us to do this trip? What is the best way to do

Apartments in Soko banja

Apartments at Klasanovic’s house

Balkans by train

I found a special offer called Balkan Flexipass which is valid for Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Turkey, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia. It seems to be working like the Interrail tickets. Does anyone have any experience on this ticket?

My other question is: where can I check the Montenegro railway timetables?

Explore Draculas Neighborhood On Line (Video + Stills)

My recent film “Draculas Neighborhood” presents Balkan highlights from Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, and Slovenia.

It includes dictator Ceausescu’s massive palace, fortified churches and the legend of Dracula, Orthodox Church artistic splendor, a Thracian tomb, folk dancing, Belgrade’s citadel, the destruction of Yugoslavia by Milosevic, Sarajevo’s recovery from civil war, and its splendid old town, Mostar’s landmark bridge, the walled city of Dubrovnik, Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace, the Postojna Cave, and scenic Lake Bled.

Krakow - Budapest - Belgrade

Hello everyone!

I am planning a huge trip starting December the 16th.
Thou I’ve ran in some problems while searching the cheapest possible way,as my budget is very tight. As I’ve understood, the best way to get there is by train.
I’m currently trying to find train Krakow – Budapest, that departs in morning/afternoon on 18.12 and train Budapest – Belgrade, that’d leave on 19th December around 1pm. Basically – daytime trains.
Also, a big problem is the fares – I’ve stumbled across quite few variations, that goes from 27e up to 100e and more.