Best Cities In the Balkans


The Contenders: Page 2

21 Burgas, Bulgaria

Westest point of Black sea. Sea, Lakes, small island. Good weather. Long beach. Charming Sea garden. Adorable girls. Most romantic city. Artistic!

22 Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
23 Kotor, Montenegro

Kotor has great beaches, as it is in the Gulf of Kotor. It also consists of towering mountains that can be visible from anywhere in the quaint, yet lively, town. The area is very safe, and the locals are almost all welcoming. Not to mention, it's very close to Dubrovnik!

24 Gjirokastër, Albania

A very historical and beautiful city. I've been there and it's really awesome. It is called the city of stone

The Stone city og Argirocastle, in south of Albania, part of UNESCO, beautiful, antic and misterious city.

25 Pristina, Kosovo

Best city in balkans, best machiatto in the world according to yahoo, great food, great nightlife and most friendly people in Europe

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26 Prizren, Kosovo

A very beautiful city with delicious food and very friendly people - ledibajrami

27 Timisoara, Romania
28 Kragujevac, Serbia
29 Ruse, Bulgaria

Nice atmosphere throughout. Check out the cafes in the center, walk along the main streets with beautiful Seccession architecture, feel the borderline between the East and West. You won't regret it

Never a state capital, this city on the Danube encompasses all the history of the region: the Roman times, the medieval heritage, the Turkish occupation, the European modernisation, the Communist era.
Az Nobel prize laureate Elias Canetti wrote: "Anything I subsequently experienced had already happened in Ruschuk".

30 Veles, Macedonia
31 Kazanlak, Bulgaria
32 Cluj, Romania

The nicest city in Romania, has the best universities, very educated people, intelectuals, good doctors, and the best beer URSUS

33 Edirne, Turkey
34 Tekirdag, Turkey
35 Serres, Greece
36 Neum, Bosnia
37 Mostar, Bosnia

I think the most beutiful city off all the ones listed. Google it and fall in love

38 Ohrid, Macedonia

Ohrid have around 50.000 population. Ohrid is notable for once having had 365 churches, one for each day of the year, and has been referred to as a "Jerusalem (of the Balkans)".
The city is rich in picturesque houses and monuments, and tourism is predominant. In 1979 and in 1980, Ohrid and Lake Ohrid were accepted as Cultural and Natural World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. In fact, Ohrid is one of only 28 sites that are part of UNESCO's World Heritage that are both Cultural and Natural sites.
Lake Ohrid It is one of Europe's deepest and oldest lakes, preserving a unique aquatic ecosystem that is of worldwide importance, with more than 200 endemic species.The importance of the lake was further emphasized when it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979 and when, in 2010, NASA decided to name one of Titan's lakes after Lake Ohrid.

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39 Stara Zagora
40 Yambol, Bulgaria
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