Theme: Art, History, Architecture, Culture/Tradition
From Bar, all roads will lead you anywhere in the world. This is one of the largest ports on the eastern coast of the Adriatic, with its passenger terminal and marina. Bar is mentioned for the first time in the 10th century under the name of Antibareos. Today, it is called the Stari Bar (Old Bar).
The city frequently changed owners over the centuries - from the Byzantium era to Turkey via the Slavic kingdoms or again, Serbs. This is the Turkish period with the most traces left on city's appearance. As they used to do, the Turks transformed many Christian shrines into mosques. After visiting the old town, we offer a baklava tasting, the famous oriental cake.
Continue to Ulcinj.
The city of Ulcinj, installed on an estate between two bays, is the largest city of the Adriatic coast. One of the most important monuments of Ulcinj is the complex adjoining the fort near North Gate. Dedicated to an unknown saint, the church was built in 1510 and rebuilt in 1569. The Turks turned it into a mosque in 1693. The mosque church now houses the Archaeological Museum of Ulcinj.
Price includes: francophone guide, Baklava cake tasting, entrances and Bar / Ulcinj
* Prices do not include transport
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