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Balkan region


Balkan regionThe Balkan region.

The location of Belgrade makes it a perfect start for exploring the Balkan region. But there are different definitions of this region. In this wikipedia section you can read more about it. My personal definition would be, anything located less than 1000 kilometers from Belgrade. Of course this is not completely true. Somehow Romania is not part of the Balkan region. And Slovenians apparantly do not want to be associated with the Balkans (anymore).



Whatever the correct definition might be, we will use this section to publish pictures and short stories of other countries and/or cities in the region to give you an impression of this very interesting part of Europe.

On our first trip we visited Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. (posted 26/11/06)

On my second (business) trip I visited Skopje, the capital of Macedonia. (posted 19/03/07)

In March 2007 we visited several cities during a 3 days trip. This is Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. (posted 01/04/07)

In March 2007 we visited several cities during a 3 days trip. This is Split, a coastal city in Croatia. (posted 01/04/07)

In March 2007 we visited several cities during a 3 days trip. This is Mostar, famous for it's bridge and located in Bosnia Hercegovina. (posted 01/04/07)

In March 2007 we visited several cities during a 3 days trip. This is Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia Hercegovina. (posted 01/04/07)

In March 2007 we visited several cities during a 3 days trip. This is Tuzla, the second city of Bosnia Hercegovina. (posted 04/04/07)

In March I visited Montenegro on a business trip. This is Podgorica, the Capital of Montenegro. (posted 06/04/07)

In April we visited Thessaloniki, Greece. A short holiday and only 6 hours driving from Belgrade Click here for our Thessaloniki story. (posted 05/05/07)

In May 2009 I visited Budva, Montenegro. A one day visit and only 40 minutes by plain and less than 1 hour driving from Podgorica Click here for some Budva pictures and information. (posted 01/06/09)

In May 2009 I visited Kotor, Montenegro. A one day visit and only 40 minutes by plain and less than 1 1/2 hours driving from Podgorica Click here for some Kotor pictures and information. (posted 01/06/09)


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