This trip combines some of the best cycling routes in Albania, Kosovo and Macedonia and includes visits in two of the UNESCO sites, Ohrid and Berat. Enjoy shopping in Kruja’s old bazaar and taste the diverse local cuisine as well as the Mediterranean delights.
Drive along the world famous Amalfi Drive and discover Sorrento. Sit and enjoy the Pure Mediterranean terrine with it's spectacular scenery, enchanting fishermen villages, and luxurious vegetation. Enjoy a English speaking driver who'll take you along the peninsula of Sorrento and Amalfi and stopping at view spots and villages along the way. Shopping and delicious local food stops are available upon request (at your own expense).
Discover Tangier the most charming and cosmopolitan city of Morocco on a full-day tour. Have knowledge of its rich culture and history due to its special location between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean led by a local guide. Appreciate the felling of being in a past time walking through the narrow streets of the old Medina. Enjoy a delicious Moroccan meal.Take a break for shopping or having a coffee or a traditional mint tea in one of its famous terraces admiring the scenery of this fascinating city.
Mostar is famous for the impressive Ottoman–style bridge spanning the Neretva river, which was destroyed during the war in Bosnia and Hertzegovina but subsequently rebuilt. Mostar is undoubtedly the most beautiful city in Bosnia and Herzegovina and is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site. Take in the buzz of the local bazaar, and have a great shopping experience. You will not be disappointed. Visit Medugorje (optional for parties wishing to visit), a site of spiritual interest since 1981 when the virgin Mary is reported to have appeared to local children, and see the Mount of Appearance. Head to Pocitelj, a fascinating fortified town, with its scattered homes and a beautiful mosque. We visit the Blagaj Tekija monastery which was built around 1520, with elements of Ottoman architecture and Mediterranean style architecture - a Bosnian national monument. A wonderful day of East and West.
Cinque Terre is an enchanting area on the Ligurian Coast where sea and land blend together to form the perfect five villages. Thanks to the knowledge of a local guide you will get to admire three of these villages in just one day. If you are arriving to La Spezia by cruise or spending your vacations there, join this private tour of Cinque Terre. You will reach the unique area of Cinque Terre by train and you will get to see the elegance of Riomaggiore, the charm of Manarola and the grace of Vernazza ! Marvel at the stunning views along the coast and the Mediterranean Sea, while shopping in the exclusive boutiques of Cinque Terre. End the tour in the best way, with a tasting of local products, such as wine, focaccia (flat bread) and cheeses. Enjoy this fun day in company of your family, friends or loved one and don’t miss the opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful areas of the Italian coast!
Be inspired: in a few days we will make you discover the best of the largest island of the Mediterranean. The beautiful Taormina, the majesty of Etna, the millennial history of Syracuse, the pearl of the Sicilian Baroque and its Nero d'Avola wine, the mosaics of the Roman Villa del Casale and also free time for shopping in the most beautiful Outlet of southern Italy.Our Multiday Tours are always made with a local expert who speaks fluently Italian, English and Chinese. You will be part of a small group (max 16 people) and we will never miss anything. The hotels chosen for you have been selected to ensure comfort and relaxation. You will travel in a comfortable vehicle in absolute safety.Each stop has been designed to make you appreciate our land in a relaxing way, covering small distances and visiting places that you will always bear in your heart.
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