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Greece, Albania, Montenegro & Croatia
Greece and Croatia united under a sunny blast of beach culture, through Albania’s unspoilt beauty, Montenegro’s national parks all the way to the stunning Adriatic coast.
- Athens, the cradle of Western Civilisation
- Albania’s off the beaten track feel
- Budva the best beach culture in Montenegro
- Kotor’s old town and UNESCO world heritage site
- Parga’s great beachside resort
- Your fantastic Busabout Guide and local driver
- 4 nights accommodation, 4 breakfasts
- Orientation walks of Parga, Tirana, Budva, Dubrovnik & Split
- FREE Lonely Planet guidebook
Take time out with one of our Optional Extras. Full details from your Busabout Guide.
- Dubrovnik wall walk
- Kotor fjords λ Albanian bunkers
Day 1: Athens to Parga
We depart Athens and head north to Croatia via Parga which boasts not only a bubbling party scene but some great beaches and touches of Greek mythology. Old Poseidon, the God of the Sea liked this part of the world. We will arrive in the afternoon; enjoy a swim and a relaxed evening in our resort.
Day 2: Parga to Tirana
We head over the border into Albania and the capital city of Tirana.. Our drive today will take us through rural Albania with a chance to get to know the local culture a little better before spending the night in the country's capital where you'll find the local Albanians are willing to please as tourism is just beginning here.
Day 3: Tirana to Budva
After the freshness of Albania, we continue our journey north into Montenegro and the town of Budva. Set directly on the Med, Budva has the best beach culture in the Balkans. You will be amazed at the blue stone churches and the historic old city. The Balkans are unrivalled for beauty and today this will become very apparent.
Day 4: Budva to Dubrovnik to Split
Our day takes us into Croatia and Dubrovnik. This city is legendary for its well preserved stone walls, great seafood and is often referred to as the 'Pearl of the Adriatic'. We arrive into Dubrovnik around mid-morning and will stay until mid-afternoon so ample time to walk the walls, have a swim and tuck into some fresh seafood for lunch. The last leg of this amazing journey takes us to Split and the Diocletian Palace. Tonight we'll orientate you around the old city and delve into some excellent Dalmatian food and nightlife.
Day 5: Split
Trek ends after breakfast