Are our tours right for you?
We at Monterrasol car travel agency love to see Europe in a relaxed, not hurried way. This is how we do tours here. This is our way. This also mean, exhausting itinerary is not what we offer.
All our private tours are custom built, for each individual client or group of people who may be good friends or family members. All our pre-designed tours has been built with the same ideas in mind and try to keep balance between places scheduled to see and free time to take a rest. We never mix strangers in our groups and we do not travel in big buses. We can stay in the same place two or three or four nights, so that you can get to the the place and feel at home. Usually that place used as central location and we do day trips and return back. We love getting our clients into the countryside so they can experience and feel spirit of the country.
We are flexible, and will happy to make your trip memorable for years. Due the fact we are specialize on custom trips, we will visit hidden gems of each area, where average tourists are no common, and even sometimes local people only heard about such places. We always can stop in interesting places to take beautiful images, to eat when you would like, to take a rest when you prefer, and have walks as long as you feel good.
As a rule, our tours managed by 2 people, one is driver and one is tour leader. This way is important from point of view security of driving, so driver will not lost attention on the road while explain something we pass thru. This configuration also mean, we have 6 free passengers seats in the car. Due to limited space for luggage, the passenger is allowed to take only 1 carry on with him. Normal classic suitcase will request the use of space on another seat.
What you can expect from the tour you think to take with us?
We love to give people the ability to travel with us not only within one county but also across a few countries. Imagine combining in one tour Greece and Albania, Croatia with Bosnia and Montenegro, Czech Republic and Poland, or Hungary with Bosnia and Croatia.
Also, we have created long Balkans tours starting for instance in Hungary, Croatia, Bosnia or Montenegro, and finishing in Greece.
With such multi-country trips people not only will visit the UNESCO World Heritage sites together with other top destinations across this beautiful area, but also will get in touch with each country's culture and the real taste of the whole region. Certainly, these tours are truly spectacular!
Come and visit these stunning destinations with us! You will quickly understand why The Balkans are much more than just a perfect summer destination. Without a doubt, they are a year-round destination!
The Balkans are the ideal destination if you enjoy nature and dramatic landscapes, regardless of the time of the year you plan to visit them.
Each country boasts plenty of things to do: from fascinating museums to imposing archaeological sites, and from mouth watering gastronomy to perfect- picture villages and towns.
Also, you will have lots of scenic roads, wild landscapes, impressive architecture, imposing fortresses and castles, historic monasteries and ancient churches to admire along these wonderful tours, besides urban delight with a dynamic nightlife.
Discover the beauty of The Balkans with us! Moments that you will never forget. You will be bound to enjoy it. You are in for a treat!
Last updated on: 21 November 2020
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