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Peaks of the Adriatic Classic

Sightseeing Tour

 

Monday 14/9/2019 - 23/9/2019

Italy Via Friuli, 1, 33043 Cividale del Friuli UD, Italy

 
 
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Contact:
Bart Kleyn
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Peaks of the Adriatic Classic. The Balkan is attracting more and more tourists and for some reason, it has a vast coastline inundated with sun, the mountains are wild and mighty and the people are welcoming. Leaving the motorail to the start hotel we drive through the Dolomites (we suggest you take a motorail a few days early). From the castle in Cividale del Friuli we drive towards the Croatian coast to the Grand Hotel in Crikvenica. From there we drive via Zadar in two days over the cliffs overlooking the Adriatic to the ancient city of Split. We stay on the main square in the centre of town in two historical buildings. We leave the coast into Bosnia and Herzegovina. As we approach our destination, Mostar, we see the mountains doming ahead. We drive some of the most beautiful roads over passes, through villages right out of a different time into Montenegro. Our modern and stylish hotel seems out of place, but the next day we understand. We drive through the second largest canyon in the world, 82 km long and at 1200 m deep at one point. In Albania we stay in in the small town of Shköder with the mountains as magnificent backdrop. We leave the – relatively – populated coast for the mountains. Again it is a magnificent drive in the valley towards lake Debar and Macedonia. We go south and pass lake Ohrid and lake Prespa, the former is one of the deepest lakes in the world and declared UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its unique ecosystem. We cross once more into Montenegro before our last border crossing into Greece. We will have covered approximately 1.750 km when we arrive at our last hotel at the lake of Kastoria. It is a final 230 km to Igoumenitsa where the ferry will bring us all to Ancona.

 

Peaks of the Adriatic Classic. The Balkan is attracting more and more tourists and for some reason, it has a vast coastline inundated with sun, the mountains are wild and mighty and the people are welcoming. Leaving the motorail to the start hotel we drive through the Dolomites (we suggest you take a motorail a few days early). From the castle in Cividale del Friuli we drive towards the Croatian coast to the Grand Hotel in Crikvenica. From there we drive via Zadar in two days over the cliffs overlooking the Adriatic to the ancient city of Split. We stay on the main square in the centre of town in two historical buildings. We leave the coast into Bosnia and Herzegovina. As we approach our destination, Mostar, we see the mountains doming ahead. We drive some of the most beautiful roads over passes, through villages right out of a different time into Montenegro. Our modern and stylish hotel seems out of place, but the next day we understand. We drive through the second largest canyon in the world, 82 km long and at 1200 m deep at one point. In Albania we stay in in the small town of Shköder with the mountains as magnificent backdrop. We leave the – relatively – populated coast for the mountains. Again it is a magnificent drive in the valley towards lake Debar and Macedonia. We go south and pass lake Ohrid and lake Prespa, the former is one of the deepest lakes in the world and declared UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its unique ecosystem. We cross once more into Montenegro before our last border crossing into Greece. We will have covered approximately 1.750 km when we arrive at our last hotel at the lake of Kastoria. It is a final 230 km to Igoumenitsa where the ferry will bring us all to Ancona.

 

Peaks of the Adriatic Classic. De Balkan trekt steeds meer toeristen aan en daar is alle reden toe, het heeft een uitgestrekte kustlijn overspoeld met zon, machtige en wilde bergen en de mensen zijn er gastvrij. Na het verlaten van de autoslaaptrein, op weg naar het starthotel rijden we door de Dolomieten (we raden u aan om een ​​paar dagen eerder al met de autoslaaptrein deze kant op te komen). Vanuit het kasteel in Cividale del Friuli rijden wij richting de Kroatische kust naar het Grand Hotel in Crikvenica. Vanaf daar rijden we via Zadar in twee dagen over de kliffen met uitzicht op de Adriatische Zee tot de oude stad Split. We verblijven in twee historische gebouwen op het centrale plein in het centrum van de stad. Wij verlaten de kust naar Bosnië en Herzegovina. Als wij onze bestemming, Mostar, naderen, zien we de bergen hoog oprijzen. Wij rijden enkele van de mooiste wegen, over passen en door dorpjes uit een andere tijd naar Montenegro. Ons moderne en stijlvolle hotel lijkt niet op zijn plaats, maar de volgende dag begrijpen wij het. Wij rijden door de op één na grootste kloof ter wereld, 82 km lang en op een bepaald punt 1200 m diep. In Albanië verblijven wij in het kleine stadje Shköder met de bergen als prachtige achtergrond. Wij verlaten de – relatief – bevolkte kust voor de bergen. Het is alweer een prachtige rit in de vallei naar het meer Debar en Macedonië. Wij gaan naar het zuiden en komen langs het meer van Ohrid en het meer Prespa, de eerste is een van de diepste meren ter wereld en vanwege zijn unieke ecosysteem opgenomen in de UNESCO-werelderfgoed lijst. Wij steken opnieuw Montenegro over voor onze laatste grensovergang naar Griekenland. Wij zullen ongeveer 1.750 km hebben afgelegd bij aankwomst bij het laatste hotel aan het meer van Kastoria. Het is een laatste 230 km naar Igoumenitsa waar de veerboot ons naar Ancona zal brengen.

 

Peaks of the Adriatic Classic. The Balkan is attracting more and more tourists and for some reason, it has a vast coastline inundated with sun, the mountains are wild and mighty and the people are welcoming. Leaving the motorail to the start hotel we drive through the Dolomites (we suggest you take a motorail a few days early). From the castle in Cividale del Friuli we drive towards the Croatian coast to the Grand Hotel in Crikvenica. From there we drive via Zadar in two days over the cliffs overlooking the Adriatic to the ancient city of Split. We stay on the main square in the centre of town in two historical buildings. We leave the coast into Bosnia and Herzegovina. As we approach our destination, Mostar, we see the mountains doming ahead. We drive some of the most beautiful roads over passes, through villages right out of a different time into Montenegro. Our modern and stylish hotel seems out of place, but the next day we understand. We drive through the second largest canyon in the world, 82 km long and at 1200 m deep at one point. In Albania we stay in in the small town of Shköder with the mountains as magnificent backdrop. We leave the – relatively – populated coast for the mountains. Again it is a magnificent drive in the valley towards lake Debar and Macedonia. We go south and pass lake Ohrid and lake Prespa, the former is one of the deepest lakes in the world and declared UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its unique ecosystem. We cross once more into Montenegro before our last border crossing into Greece. We will have covered approximately 1.750 km when we arrive at our last hotel at the lake of Kastoria. It is a final 230 km to Igoumenitsa where the ferry will bring us all to Ancona.

 
 
 
 

(latitude: 46.085693, longitude: 13.430800)

 
 
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