Spring in Baltik Sea
Day One: Departure at 00:00 from Tirana by bus to Croatia. We will cross the Black Sea without stopping for visits and head to Zagreb. Short stops for coffee and food while traveling. Arriving in Zagreb around 6.00 pm we will have a more panoramic visit to the city in 3 hours starting from the Gothic Cathedral of the city to the Capitol and later on to the Gradec neighborhood where the stone entrance is located, the main political institutions of the country as well as the impressive St. Mark's Church. We will go down to the grad file and go to Cvjetni Square. There we will see the statue of the poet Preradovic and psk below Tesla. Finally we will go to the Republic Square where one of the most beautiful works of the Austrian period is located, the National Theater. Short stop for dinner in town. Return to hotel. Accommodation and accommodation in hotel.
Day 2: Breakfast at the hotel. Departure for Ljubljana. Panoramic two-and-a-half-hour visit to the Slovenian capital. We will start from Krekov Square and just below the statue of the Slovenian poet Vodnik. We will make a stop in the most beautiful area of the city, on the Butcher Bridge, on the river Ljubljanica. We will come later to the central square of the city that bears the name of the national poet Francis Preseren, whose statue is there, as well as the beautiful Franciscan Church. Through the rrugësopova trade route we will stop at the city's Northeast Opera. A little further down we will find the only square still dormant from the socialist system, the Republic Square, surrounded by modernist buildings of their time and the country's Parliament. The second largest square in the old city is the Congress Square where the university is located and the Philharmonic Orchestra building. At the end we will go into the old town to see the medieval town hall, Robba Fountain and visit the Baroque Cathedral of St. Nicholas. The trip continues to Salzburg in northern Austria. In this itinerary we will pass through the Alps of Europe admiring the magnificent views of the surrounding landscape. Panoramic visit for about 2 hours to Zalcburg. We will begin the walk from the Baroque Cathedral of St. Rupert, and on the largest square next to it is the statue of composer Mocart, who was born in that city. We will move inside the old town, which is regarded by UNESCO as one of Europe's most maintained baroque cities, and later reach the Makartsteg Bridge over the Zalcah River, known as the Lovers' Bridge. We will conclude our visit to the garden of the Mirabell Palace. Late in the afternoon, the journey to Munich, Bavaria, continues. Accommodation and accommodation in Hotel.Day Three: Breakfast at the hotel. Panoramic sightseeing in Munich and in the morning we will start from the city center, from Odeonsplac Square, where Hitler's assassination attempt, we will continue to Max Joseph Square where the statue of the Bavarian king, the National Opera and the winter residence of the Vitelsbah family are located. . We will continue to the Maximilianstrare shopping street and stop at the Hofbräu brewery. After a short stop, we will see Munich's most impressive building, the borough of St. Mary's central square. We will exit the old center from Karl's Gate, near Stahus and head to the Vitelsbach dynasty's summer palace, Nymfenburg. After visiting its gardens, we will go to the BMW exhibition and Olympic squares and visit the 290 m high Olympic tower. Around noon we will depart for the north of Germany to Hanover, Lower Saxony. Short stops while traveling for coffee and food. Arrival in Hanover at late dinner. Accommodation and accommodation in Hotel.Day Four: Breakfast at the Hotel. We will start with the new City Hall and Mash Park. We will continue along the Laina River and stop at the Nanas artwork. We will cross the other side of the river and enter the old town by the Marstal entrance. The old town is filled with medieval buildings and some modern masterpieces such as the City History Museum. Adjacent to it is the source of Oscar Winter and the house of Laibnic. Downtown is the Market Church and the Old Town Hall, which are one of Hanover's finest medieval buildings. We will stroll along the Old Town to get to Kpke Square where the clock is of the same name. Just below is an installation by the philosopher Laibnic. At the end we will go to visit the world-famous royal gardens of the Herrenhauzen palace. Around noon we will leave for the north capital, Hamburg. Hamburg lies along the Elbe River and is the most important port as well as the second largest German city. We will start our visit to Hamburg from the Port of Hamburg and start from Spaihershtad, the port warehouses, built above the water and resting on oak trees. At the end of the westernmost part of this neighborhood we will stop at the Elbfilarm Concert Hall. We will go north of the harbor to the old town and stop at St. Nicholas Church, which is one of the tallest cult objects in the world. Later we will stroll into the old town and stop at the beautiful northeast city hall building. After the visit we will leave for Copenhagen, Denmark. Arriving in Copenhagen during the evening. Accommodation and accommodation in hotel.
Day Five: Breakfast at the Hotel. The visit to Copenhagen will start with the Carlsberg Brewery and the symbols it carries. Then we will go to Tivoli Park, the Danish Capital City Hall and the Christianborg Palace where all three of the country's main powers are housed in a building. Next we will head to the new King's Square as well as the new Port, Nyhavn, the most photographed place in Copenhagen. Very close to it is the King's IV Christian Castle and its Rosenborg Castle, where the royal crowns of the Danish Crown are also found. Then we get to the most famous septum in town, Little Siren H.K. Andersen. Near the Maersk offices is the mythological figure Gefjon and it will be the next stop. We will see the most beautiful part of the city directly after this visit and it is the Royal Amalienborg Palace and the Church of Charles. At the end we will once again go to the old town to the Women's Cathedral, University of Copenhagen and the Tico Brahe Circular Tower. After this visit we will leave for Helsingør, the journey takes about 1 hour. Visit to the Kronborg Castle in Helsingör, where the events of Hamlet take place and made famous by Shakespeare. The journey is about 30 min by ferry to Helsingborg, Sweden. A short visit to Helsingborg where we will see the City Hall, the central Stortorget Square and the Kärnan Castle. Afterwards I left for Gotenborg. Arriving in Gotenborg. Accommodation and accommodation in hotel.
Day Six: Breakfast at the hotel. Morning panoramic visit to Gotenborg and let's start from Gotaplatsen Square, where some of Gotenborg's main cultural institutions are located. Later we will go to the former Dutch neighborhood, The Hague, being Dutch engineers built with this model. Then we will go to the City Opera and walk to the Central Square, that of Gustav Adolf III, the founder of the city, in that square is the City Hall. We will cross over the canals of the city, once built by the Dutch, and discover its old city and stop at Domkyrkan Church. In the morning we will leave for Oslo, Norway. Short stops while traveling for coffee and food. During lunch we arrive in the Norwegian capital and will make our first visit to Akershus, the city's medieval military fortress. Later we will go downtown and start at the Rathuset City Hall, where the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded each year, then head to Karl Johan Gate Main Street Boulevard where they find the National Theater, Parliament of Norway together , The Royal Palace of the Norwegian Monarch. We will cross the Art Nouveau neighborhood of the city and in the Frogner area there is the extraordinary Frogner Park with Gustav Vigeland sculptures. Finally we will go north to the city, in the Holmenkollen area where the Norwegian national sports track, the Ski track, is located. Then we will return to the hotel. Accommodation and accommodation in the Hotel.
Day Seven: Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Stockholm, Sweden. Short stops while traveling for coffee and food. Arrival in Stockholm at lunch. The city is built on 13 islands in the archipelago of the same name on the Baltic Sea and on Lake Melaren. We will first go to the eastern part of the city, on the island of Jurgen to visit the largest medieval warship in the world, to extract from the Stockholm archipelago, the Vasa ship. Later we will cross the most beautiful boulevard of the city of Strandvegen to reach the island of the old town, Gamla Stan, on the central island where we will see the central city where the royal palace is located, the City Cathedral, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, The first central bank in the world to award the Nobel Prize in Economics. Leisure in the Old Town. The last will be a panoramic position on the southern island of the city, in Södermalm where some of the central islands of the city look. Then we will return to the hotel. Accommodation and accommodation in the Hotel.Day Eight: Breakfast at the hotel. The visit will begin with visits from the Drotingholmen Palace, the residence of the Swedish royal couple. Later we will go to the City Hall where every year the Swedish Nobel laureate is honored. We will stroll into key parts of the city such as Selgel Square and stop at the Concert Palace, where Nobel Prizes are awarded every 10 December. At 2:30 pm we will depart for the port of Stockholm and at 4:30 pm we will travel by ferry from Stockholm to Turku, Finland between the Stockholm Archipelago, one of Europe's most beautiful places with over 13,000 islands. Later we will head out to the Baltic Sea to head to western Finland. Accommodation in cabins on the ferry.Day Nine: Arriving in Turku, Finland at 10:10. Continuation to the Finnish capital, Helsinki. The journey takes about 2 hours from Turku. The panoramic city tour will start from Sibelius Park with the impressive monument dedicated to the composer Jean Sibelius, then we will go to the Olympic Park where the Olympic fields are located and where the 1952 Summer Olympics were held. We will admire the nearby Opera and Ballet Theater in Töölönlahti Bay. Then we will head to the central area and stop first in the lower Töölö neighborhood, at the Rock Church, an architectural masterpiece in rock resembling a bunker. We will continue to General Manerheim Square where his animal predominates. We will go a little higher and see the Finnish Parliament. As well as the Sibelius Academy of Music. On foot we will see Central Railway Station, one of the most beautiful national Roman style stations in the world. Adjacent to this is Alexis Kiven Writer's Square, where his statue is dominated by the Finnish National Theater. In the Kluvi neighborhood there is the Helsinki Symbolical Building, the neoclassical St. Nicholas Cathedral. We will continue south to Helsinki City Hall and to the Russian Uspenskin Cathedral. Return to hotel. Accommodation and accommodation in hotel.
Day 10: Breakfast at the Hotel. I left early in the morning to the port. Departure from Helsinki at 07:30 to Tallinn, Estonia. The journey takes about 2 hours. Arrival in Tallinn. First we will start our visits to the city of Rusalka Monument and a little further down we will visit the Carik Kadriorg Palace. We will go to the old town and start from the Toompea neighborhood, the upper Tallinn neighborhood, where Riigikogu, the Estonian parliament and the Russian Cathedral of Alexander Nevsky are located. Toompea, once home to the city's aristocracy, is today home to many embassies, St. Mary's Cathedral and the most beautiful views of the Old Town. Later we will go down to the lower town via Pikk Jalg Road and through the Long Leg Gate we will enter the one town of the Hanseatic League, Reval. We will stroll down Pik Road and head to Raekoja Central Square where Talim Municipality dominates, a beautiful medieval building. Through the characteristic Vana Viru road, we will leave the old town and go to the Opera City. At lunch we will leave for Riga, Latvia. Short stops along the way. Arrival in Riga in the afternoon. Panoramic city tour and we'll start from Brīvības Freedom Boulevard and the Russian Cathedral of the Nativity. There we will begin the walk and later stop at the Freedom Monument. Along the bathtub park, we will stop at the very beautiful Neoclassical Opera as well as Laima hour. Later we will go into the old town and enjoy the fantastic and vibrant atmosphere of the old town, full of cafes and restaurants in the medieval spirit alleys. The main sites in the Old Town are St. Peter's Church as well as the central Doma Laukums Square where the medieval Riga Cathedral is located. At the end comes the most beautiful part, the Cocaine House, the most beautiful buildings in Riga. Return to hotel. Accommodation and accommodation in hotel.
Eleventh Day: Breakfast at the hotel. Departure for Vilnius, Lithuania. Short stops for coffee and food along the way. Arrival at noon in Vilnius. We will start with a medieval entrance to the city from St. Mary of the Dawn and through the golden street Austris Vartu we will go to the very beautiful building of the Vilnius Philharmonic Orchestra. Continuing the walk below we will reach the very beautiful Church of St. Kashmir. The central square of the Old Town in the triangular stronghold is just below, there is also the neoclassical town hall of Vilnius. Strolling through the narrow alleys of the city, we come to the eastern part of the old town, along the Vilnia River, where the most beautiful Gothic Baltic church, St. Anne's, is located. We will return to the historic area and go north to the old town, to the Grand Duke's Palace, where the statue of the city's founder, Gediminas, is located. Just below Vilnius's neoclassical cathedral and close to the city's main river, Neris, is the National Museum and the statue of Lithuanian founder Mindaugas. The journey to Warsaw, Poland, continues. Short stops along the way. Arrival in Warsaw. Accommodation and sleeping in hotel
Day Twelve: Breakfast at the Hotel. Visit the main landmarks of Warsaw and we will start the walks from the Old Town along the Vistula River. We're going to Warsaw's Old Town and Rynek Starego Miasta Central Square, Warsaw's most beautiful shrine with a mermaid in its center. In the garden of Saxony lies one of the largest squares in the city, that of General Josef Pilzutzky. Emblematic figures for Poland of the last century. The statue of which is there along with the monument of the Unknown Soldier. By bus we will go to a gift that Stalin gave to the city last century, the Palace of Culture and Science. We will leave for Krakow in the morning. Roadside food and coffee stops. Arriving Krakow during lunch. Panoramic visit to Krakow and our walk will focus on the royal road, which starts from Matejko Square, from the Church of the Patron Saint of Poland, St. Florian. Along the Matejko Square is the most important monument to most Slavs, the Grundvalt Monument. To the north of the Old Town is the Old Barbican Protective Tower. We will enter the old town through the gate of St. Florian and at the end of the street the same name is found in one of Europe's largest squares, but also the most beautiful, Rynek Glówny. On this square there is the Gothic Church of St. Mary, Sukienice, the statue of Adam Mickiewitz, the Tower of the former Town Hall, and the Church of St. Vojislav. Continuing along the royal road, we will see just below the baroque church of St. Peter and Paul and the statue of the Jesuit cleric Piotr Skarga. At the end of Kanonicza Road, we will start climbing Vavel hill, the place where the Piast and Jagelonian kings once lived. At the entrance to the Vavel hill lies a prominent figure of the Polish nation, Tadeus Kosciuk. Inside the siege of the Vavel hill lies the Cathedral of Krakow, where it once served Mass before Vojtila as well as the Renaissance Palace, built by Italians of the Polish dynasties until 1596 when Krakow was the capital of Poland. Then we left for Bratislava, Slovakia. Short stops along the way. Accommodation and accommodation in hotel
Day Thirteen: Breakfast at the hotel. A short visit to the Slovak capital and we will start from the Slovak Uprising Bridge, on the Danube. Then we will go to Hviezdoslavovo Namesti square where the column of the Three Saints is located. Nearby is the Bratislava Cathedral, St. Martin's. A gorgeous gothic work. We will stroll along one of the central boulevards such as Venturska and Mihalska by going to the Old Town Entrance Gate on the north side of the city, the St. Michael's Gate. Below we will reach the Primacial Square where the Primas Palace is located, once the residence of the Slovak President, one of the most beautiful buildings in the city. Nearby is Bratislava's central square, Hlavny Namesti, which houses some of the city's most iconic buildings, such as the Old Town Hall, the Jesuit Church, Palugiajov Palace, and the Ignac Lemar Statue. south of the city, Rybarska where we meet an art installation, which is the most photographed in the city, that of the canal worker. We will come again to Hviedozlavo Square where the Slovak National Theater is located. At the end we will come to the september of the very important Slovak character for the century. 19th, Luvodit Stura. In the morning we will leave for Belgrade, Serbia. Stops and short breaks along the way. Arrival in Belgrade in the afternoon
Day Fourteen: Breakfast at the Hotel. A short morning visit to Belgrade where St. Sava Cathedral in Vraçar will first visit. Later we will take a bus to the central part and stop at the student square where we will see the main Kneza Mihailla Boulevard and the historic downtown Kalemegdan Historic Park where the Belgrade fortress is located and Ivan Mestovic's victory statue. We will leave for Albania. Short stops while traveling for food and coffee. Arriving in Tirana during dinner. Departure on May 1st More Details: Price per adult Double Room. Payment includes: 1. Bus trip: Tirana - Zagreb - Munich - Hanover - Hamburg - Copenhagen - Hesingor - Helsingborg - Goteborg - Oslo - Stockholm - Helsinki - Tallinn - Riga - Warsaw - Bratislava - Belgrade - Tirana. 2. Stockholm - Turku and Helsinki - Tallinn Ferry Travel. 3. Hotel accommodation: Sleep: 1 night in Zagreb, 1 night in Munich, 1 night in Hannover, 1 night in Copenhagen, 1 night in Goteborg, 1 night in Oslo, 1 night in Stockholm, 1 night by ferry, 1 night in Helsinki, 1 night in Riga, 1 night in Warsaw, 1 night in Bratislava and 1 night in Belgrade. 4. Breakfast in hotels according to schedule. 5. Bus tours according to schedule. 6. Albanian escorts during their stay abroad. Payment does not include: 1. Everything that is not mentioned in this program. 2. Entrance to monuments and museums