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Southeast Europe (SEE) is a region of Europe and can be found on the Balkan Peninsula. Southeastern Europe and its sovereign states in alphabetical order: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia.  


Full of life and lots of fun, SEE is know about its spontaneity. Tall mountains level out into the plains, on which the Romans, Byzantines, and Ottomans have all left their mark. Castles lie hidden within the forests and folklore and legend are a large part of the culture. Hiking inclines in the summer give way to ski slopes in the winter.


The destination can offer you all you want to see and experience during your holidays. The gastronomical experience of the region is unique. Still, organic food is prepared on the way it was prepared hundreds of years ago. The hospitality is on the higher level and whee ever you go on the Balkans you will find a positive attitude and people with an open and warm heart.


Montenegro is the smallest child of Yugoslavia, independent since 2006, currently heading towards the world’s top in tourist destinations. About an hour away from Rome by plane, less than two from Paris or Istanbul, or five from Dubai, Montenegro is close to the rest of the world. It’s a place where you can go for a swim in the sea and go hiking on the snowy mountain tops in one day. It’s a place where you can choose between the utmost luxury and minimalism. Between an adrenaline rush or complete serenity. It’s where you can choose to be hidden or join the crowd. It is where you can choose to take everything.


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North Macedonia

Part Balkan, part Mediterranean and rich in Greek, Roman and Ottoman heritage, North Macedonia has a fascinating past and a complex national identity. It’s an old country with a rich history and around 1,000 churches and monasteries. Experts believe the foundation of three Macedonian monasteries include parts of the cross on which Jesus Christ was crucified. It’s the home country of Mother Theresa and Alexander the Great. North Macedonia has so much to offer. It’s rich in shimmering lakes, picturesque valleys, untouched mountain massifs, national parks, traditional village cottages, and other spectacular natural beauties that make it perfect for outdoor enthusiasts.

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Bosnia and Herzegovina

Traveling across Bosnia and Herzegovina, it's impossible not to fall in love with the landscape. Dramatic rocky mountains, cut down the middle with turquoise blue rivers and gushing waterfalls, carpet most of the country. While Bosnia and Herzegovina only has a 25-kilometer slice of the Adriatic Coastline, overshadowed by the coves and bays of Croatia and Montenegro, the country does win out when it comes to epic gorges and valley drives.

From crunchy, flaky burek filled with tangy white cheese to succulent cuts of grilled meat, Bosnia and Herzegovina's cuisine is humble but satisfying. Ingredients are fresh and locally sourced.

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Closed to outsiders for much of the 20th century, Albania has long been Mediterranean Europe's enigma. Until fairly recently its rumpled mountains, fortress towns and sparkling beaches were merely a rumour on most travel maps. But, with the end of a particularly brutal strain of communism in 1991, Albania tentatively swung open its gates. The first curious tourists to arrive discovered a land where ancient codes of conduct still held sway and where the wind whistled through the shattered remnants of half-forgotten ancient Greek and Roman sites. Albania's stunning mountain scenery, crumbling castles, boisterous capital and dreamy beaches rivalling any in the Mediterranean continue to enchant.

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