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Lonely Planet Western Balkans, 4 ed.

Lonely Planet Western Balkans, 4 ed.

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.Lonely Planet's local travel experts reveal all you need to know to plan the trip of a lifetime to Western Balkans. Discover popular and off the beaten track experiences from visiting the enchanting 2500-year-old ruins of Butrint to swimming in the emerald waters of Bosnia & Hercegovina's Kravica Waterfall, and discovering amazing wine and olive oil on the Dalmatian coast. Build a trip to remember with Lonely Planet's Western Balkans travel guide: Our classic guidebook format provides you with the most comprehensive level of information for planning multi-week trips. Updated with an all new structure and design so you can navigate Western Balkans and connect experiences together with ease. Create your perfect trip with exciting itineraries for extended journeys combined with suggested day trips, walking tours, and activities to match your passions. Get fresh takes on must-visit sights and explore one of the world's biggest Roman edifices: Diocletian's Palace, or meander around North Macedonia's churches. Special features on the best national parks, Dubrovnik walking tour, outdoor activity guide. Expert local recommendations on when to go, eating, drinking, nightlife, shopping, accommodation, adventure activities, festivals, and more. Essential information toolkit containing tips on arriving; transport; making the most of your time and money; LGBTIQ+ travel advice; useful words and phrases; accessibility; and responsible travel. Connect with Balkan culture through stories that delve deep into local life, history, and traditions Inspiring full-colour travel photography and maps. Covers Albania, Bosnia & Hercegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia Create a trip that's uniquely yours and get to the heart of this extraordinary part of the world with Lonely Planet's Western Balkans.

Publication: 10 May 2024, Lonely Planet
ISBN: 9781788683920

Extent: 392 pages, 138 maps

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