Prizren- Pristina City Tour
Budva-Kotor, Herceg Novi
In Gala dinner, Folklore Games and Rumelia songs will be organized for you.
Prizren is a historic city with about 235,000 inhabitants in Kosovo. Prizren is situated on the border with Albania and is the province where the Turks live most. The officially speaking provinces are Turkish, Albanian and Serbian. The main attractions of the city include Prizren Castle, Stone Bridge, Cuma Mosque, Şemseddin Ahmed Bey Bath, Namazgah, Prizren Clock Tower, St. Arhancel Monastery and Şeyh Osman Halvet.
Pristina is the capital of Kosovo. It is also the most populous city in Kosovo. Pristina is connected to other Balkan capitals such as Belgrade, Skopje and Tirana by both road and rail. There are many places worth seeing in the city. These include the National Museum of Kosovo, the Tomb of Sultan Murad, the Clock Tower, Mother Theresa Cathedral and the Yaşar Paşa Mosque.
Skopje is the capital and largest city of Macedonia. The city, which is the political, cultural, economic and academic center of the country, is divided into two by the Vardar River. Skopje, which has hosted many nations throughout history, offers a mosaic landscape where people from different languages, religions and cultures live together. There are many historical and cultural features in the city. The most prominent of these are the Stone Bridge, the Turkish Bazaar, the Fortress of Skopje, the Millennium Cross, the Village of Macedonia and the Matka Canyon.
Located in the southern part of Macedonia, the city of Ohrid was founded in the ancient city of Liknidos. Ohrid, the largest settlement on the edge of Lake Ohrid, was named after the steep hill on which the old city was located. Ohrid lake is the oldest and deepest lake in Europe. It is one of the first four lakes with the most clear water in the world. There are many places worth seeing in the city, as well as the ohri lake. They are Tsar Samuel Castle, St. John’s Church, St. John’s Church. St. Clement Church, Ohrid Castle, Ancient Theater of Ohrid and St. Petersburg. Naum Monastery.
Budva, one of the Balkan countries, is the most popular tourist city of Montenegro, and it is a balkan city known for its beautiful sandy beaches, beautiful bays, cliffs, small islands and amazing nightlife. The city, which has a population of approximately 10,000 people, is the center of country tourism. The city is one of the oldest settlements on the coast of the Adriatic Sea with a history of 2500 years. Some places that need to be shipped in the city are Old Town, Sveti Stefan, Sveti Nikola Island, Hisar, St Sabas the Sanctified Church, The Holy Trinity Church and Marina.
Herceg Novi is a coastal city in Montenegro’s Bay of Kotor. The city has a population of 17,000 people. Located on an area of 235 square kilometers in the foothills of the Orjen Mountain, this beautiful and sympathetic city still carries the traces of its history dating back to the 1300s. Especially the old city part called “Old Tow” attracts thousands of tourists every year. There are many places worth seeing in the city. Some of these are Bloody Tower, Old Town, Church of St. Michael the Archangel.
Kotor is a secret and protected port city, one of the most beautiful shores of the Adriatic Sea. It is small but very important in terms of historical and architectural artifacts. The city has been listed in UNESCO’s World Heritage List since 1979. The city, which is frequented by ships and yachts, is home to one of the important ports of the region. There are many important buildings of historical and cultural importance in the city. Some of these places are Old Town, Gospa od Skrpjela Island, Kampana Tower, Kotor Cathedral, Sveti Luka Church, St. Nikola Church, Pima Palace and Napoleon Theater.