BADEM TOUR & M.I.C.E

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Ul.Makedonija 11 / 1-8 / 1000 Skopje N.Macedonia

+389 2 31 21 681

[email protected]

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"Balkan Incoming" tourism market all over the Balkan and Southeastern Europe

Balkan Tour & M.I.C.E

N. Macedonia, Greece, Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, Kosovo, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary and Czech since its establishment in 2006.

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Bademtour is an experienced and professionally managed agency for incoming tourism, based in N.Macedonia and it has been successfully operating on the tourism market all over the Balkan and Southeastern Europe (North Macedonia, Greece, Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, Kosovo, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary and Czech) since its establishment in 2006.

Our highly professional stuff is always prepared to provide You hotel accommodations, bus transfers, charter flights, guide services, restaurants, rent a car, as well as MICE events, according to Your needs.

DISCOVER ALL OUR DESTINATIONS

N. MACEDONIA

Mountainous Macedonia remains somewhat mysterious. UNESCO PROTECTED OHRID LAKE REGION

ALBANIA

Registered as a world heritage in 2005 and ratified in 2008 by UNESCO, Berat

SERBIA

Serbia knew how to preserve the genuine beauty of its mountains, canyons, gorges, caves, forest and other natural jewels.

SLOVENIA

Slovenia is the only country in Europe connecting four completely different geographical worlds: the Alps, the Mediterranean, the Pannonian Plain and the Karst.

CROATIA

Almost two kilometers in length, Ancient City Walls of Dubrovnik are among the best preserved and most attractive on this planet, and a walk along them is an absolute must.

BULGARIA

Discovered in 1944, the Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak dates from the Hellenistic period, around the end of the 4th century BC.

MONTENEGRO

The Old Town of Kotor is under UNESCO protection as a world cultural heritage, as it has one of the best preserved medieval towns in the Adriatic.

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

The Old Bridge of Mostar (Stari most) was a stone bridge build in 1566. The bridge had few esthetical devices and no ornamental elements; its architectural beauty and elegance were found in its simplicity and the essentiality of the structure.

KOSOVO

Patriarchate of Peć, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a complex of churches located in the suburbs of Peć, near the Lumbardh River (Prizren Bistrica), at the entrance of Rugova Canyon.

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