Visit the capital of Macedonia, the city of international solidarity and the place where the past meets the future. A city of insatiable development, Skopje is slowly growing into a bustling metropolis.
The magical hill of mythical Macedonia, settled on the coast of a pristine lake amidst mesmerizing nature – Ohrid, ‘The pearl of the Balkans’ represents a transcendence in the history, culture and traditions of the cultures that passed through.
Surrounded by sprawling parkland, the capital and largest city of Bulgaria lies at the foot of a popular ski mountain. With a history that stretches over several millennia and rich in artifacts, Sofia is one of Europe’s oldest cities.
Romania’s capital gets a bad rap, but in fact it's dynamic, energetic and fun. It’s where still-unreconstructed communism meets unbridled capitalism; where the soporific forces of the EU meet the passions of the Balkans.