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5 Tips For Booking A Trip To The Balkans

5 Tips For Booking A Trip To The Balkans

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So, you might think I’m a little biased, but I genuinely believe that the Balkans is one of the most beautiful places in the world. This area of South East Europe includes Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, and some people even include Greece in that too. If you’ve never been, you’re truly missing out. However, if you’re planning a trip, here are some top tips to ensure your Balkan adventure is the best it can be.

Pick the perfect place
First up, you’re going to need to * where you want to go. As mentioned, the Balkans area actually includes quite a few countries – although there’s still debate as to whether Greece is part of that, too. If you’ve read my blog, you’ll know that I live in (and adore) Albania, and many of the strange myths you’ve heard are definitely not true. Other places you may want to consider are Ljubljana in Slovenia, Zagreb in Croatia, Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Belgrade in Serbia, to name a few! If you’re planning on going for a while, you may even be able to squeeze in more than one of these destinations.

Set your budget
Generally, the Balkans is a lot cheaper than Western Europe, so you’re going to see your budget stretch further over here. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t budget. There are some really clever sites that will tell you how much things cost in each place you’re visitingso you can get an idea of how much to take with you.

If you’re going to visit a few different places, don’t forget that you’ll need a variety of currencies. Some countries will accept euros, but you’ll get more for your money if you take the local currency. In Albania it’s lek, in Serbia it’s dinar, and in Croatia it’s kuna.

Pack smart
A lot of people visiting the Balkans are backpacking, and trying to see as much of this beautiful part of the world as possible – I don’t blame them! However, even if you’re not backpacking, it’s still a good idea to pack smart.

The Secret Traveller blog at 1Cover has a good packing listthat includes clothing you can mix and match, plus something waterproof. The weather in the Balkans is nice most of the time, but that doesn’t mean you won’t get caught up in a rainstorm every now and then. Especially if you’re visiting in the winter.

Things like toiletries can be purchased over here quite cheaply, so you don’t necessarily need to pack all of your shampoos, conditioners, and shower gels.
More here: https://thebalkanista.com/2018/12/21/5-tips-for-booking-a-trip-to-the-balkans/
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