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15 Beautiful Places on Balkan Peninsula That Are Worth Visiting – Part 1

Today we suggest to you some less popular tourist destination on Balkan Peninsula that worth to visit in your life time. Below you can see awesome photos of places from Balkan Peninsula that will gonna take your breath away and will gonna make you to wish to visit them one day and enjoy in their beauty.

Plitvice Lake, Croatia

Plitvice lake is one of the most popular tourist destination in the Balkan Peninsula. It is located near the capital city of Croatia, Zagreb. If you want this summer to explore some new place that you should visit Plitvice lake.

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Belgrade, Serbia

Belgrade definitely is one of the most beautiful cities in the Balkan Peninsula. It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. The population is 1.399 million of people, with total area of 1.244 squares miles. The city already considered one of the European capitals with the best nightlife. In addition full of monuments, among which the most important is the view from Kalemegdan.

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Krka National Park, Croatia

Krka Nationa Park covers an area of just over 142 square km and is situated about 10km inland from Sibenik in this part of Dalmatia. It is one of the most popular places in Croatia.

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Meteora, Greece

Meteora  is one of the most important complexes of Eastern Orthodox monasteries in Greece. Mystical landscape of Meteora significantly differ from the image from Greece. Instead of beaches and sea, this time it is a huge rock formations on whose peaks are located Orthodox monasteries. This place is one of the most popular tourist destination at the Balkan Peninsula.

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Sarajevo, Bosnia

Sarajevo is a city where many cultures mix from which it draws its charm. Religious diversity is reflected in the architectural styles found in the city, and the local population already know that is always friendly. People there want to spend time away from home, so although Sarajevo is not a big city, he is very much alive.

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