Hello, today I will tell you 11 places you should see when you go to the balkans. Some of them are in the same country, some are in different places. I prepared this list by paying attention to its cheapness.If you are reading this guide before going on a trip, you are very lucky.


Albania, officially the of Albania, is a country in the Balkans. Its neighbors are Montenegro in the north, Kosovo in the northeast, North Macedonia in the east and Greece in the south.

The Albanian city of Tirana is great for exploration. It is on a flat plain under the Dajti Mountains. The Lana River runs through here.

The National History Museum, which is also the largest museum in Albania, and the 35-meter-high Clock Tower, the tallest building in Tirana, are also here.

Blok area, which is the most popular place in the city today, is a 10-minute walk from the square. This is where the nightlife of Tirana beats. There are many delicious cafes and restaurants to end the day. Rruga Kavajes where you can hang out outside the block zone

It is the heart of the city with the Kaplan Pasha Tomb built in the 19th century, the Unknown Partisans Monument and the Eight Columns Tomb and Skender Bey Statue directly opposite.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina, or B&H for short, officially Bosnia and Herzegovina, is a country in the Balkans with an area of ​​51,197 km².


Bascarsija is a famous Ottoman bazaar that was founded in the 16th century and is located in the center of Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is still in use today and is the heart of Sarajevo. It was one of the main targets that the Serbian army tried to destroy during the Bosnian War.

Sarajevo Tunne

Sarajevo Tunnel of Hope was opened on 30 July 1993 to connect Sarajevo, which was under siege during the Bosnian War, with Sarajevo International Airport, which was then under the control of the United Nations. long tunnel.

Old Bridge (Stari Most)

The Mostar Bridge is a bridge over the Neretva river that runs through the city of Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The original bridge was built in 1566 by Mimar Hayreddin, a student of Mimar Sinan, and was used for 427 years until it was destroyed by Croatian forces on 9 November 1993 during the Bosnian-Croatian War.


The capital city of the Saxony region, Dresden was a pleasant surprise. The city is compact enough to aimlessly explore on foot, and the grand Baroque architecture, which was restored (and in some case, is still being repaired) following the extensive damage of the war makes this a worthy European city break to rival some of the other grand cities in central Europe.

Prizren Fortress

Prizren Castle is a medieval castle in Kosovo's body of Prizren. It has a view over Prizren. It is stated that the first fortresses were built in the Eastern Roman period. During the Ottoman Empire, it was developed with various additions and turned into a big castle.

Ethnographic Museum

It is an ethnographic museum located in Pristina, Kosovo. It is located in the Emin Gjiku Complex, an 18th century cultural monument. This house once belonged to Emin Gjikolli's family.

Mirusha Waterfalls

Mirusha Waterfalls is a waterfall region in the central district of Kosovo, within the borders of the municipality of Klina. Mirusha Waterfalls are located on Mirusha Stream, one of the tributaries of Ak Drin. These waterfalls have formed landforms such as canyons and caves.


North Macedonia, officially the Republic of North Macedonia, is a landlocked country in the Balkans. It became independent from Yugoslavia in 1991.


Lake Ohrid is a lake located in the mountainous border region between southwestern North Macedonia and eastern Albania.


Macedonia Square is the main square of Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia. Macedonia Square, the largest square in Macedonia, is 18.500 m² in size.