Balkans Roadtrip - 8 countries in 7 days.

Hey anons,

Around a month ago, I created a post asking for tips for a road trip in the Balkans, stating that I only had 7 days.

Despite a lot of discouragement, I did it anyway and I'm just gonna share some details with you in this post. So far, it was a great trip but driving in the Balkans aint the most pleasant experience. Feel free to ask me anything.

I visited the following countries: Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Kosovo, Albania, MonteBlack, Croatia, Bosnia and Hezergovina and Serbia.

  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just filing in the map like this is detestable Drew Binsky behavior that I hate but at least you went to Shkoder, Ragusa and Nis. Lol imagine driving to fucking Skopje though, and I hope you didn’t skip Kotor for Budva.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Not only I drove through Skopje, but I got my car towed there and also got trolled by Google Maps and had to go through the city twice.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Everywhere you've been to JE SRBIJA

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          You wish. Kosovo is already, de facto, a country. Get over it Serbia. There's nothing you can do about it but sulk :3

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Lemme start with the road conditions and general driving in the region.

    Driving in the Balkans requires a lot of patience and nerves of steel. Everyone drives like frenzied apes in a derby actively trying to hit you. There's no camaraderie, you are not supposed to give way or such a thing. You wanna change lanes? Forget about turning the sign on and expecting the guy behind to give way. You gotta fight for your place in the lane and you pretty much shove your car in front of the other one, while dodging everyone else doing the same in your own lane. It's just terrible, terrible. No politeness whatsoever.

    On the map I marked road conditions as the following:

    Green: very good roads, dual carrigeway.
    Yellow: single lanes, but in an alright condition.
    Orange: single lanes with holes, loads of traffic and very little chance to overtake.
    Red: shit roads, very slow speed, no chance to overtake and will take you forever to drive on them.

    Also, I got my car towed twice because they got this very archaic parking system, where you have to TEXT MESSAGE the warden, telling him where you parked and how long you're staying, and then text him AGAIN when you're leaving. Of course, they don't speak any English and also, you need a Balkan number to text/call them. So bear that in mind.

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    So I arrived at Sofia airport on a Saturday, at 10 pm.

    My flight was delayed for 1 hour, and when I arrived, the booth of the car rental company was already closed and there was nobody there. There was just a phone number stuck at the window. I called (luckily my European cellphone worked in Bulgaria) and the guy told me I was late so he marked my reservation as a no-show (which allows them to charge the full amount of the booking) and went home.

    Like, fuck that, I had even given them my flight number so they could check its status. Anyhow, I tried different companies but at that time they were all closing already.

    I ended up booking a hotel close to the airport and went there to figure out what to do, since this whole trip was dependent on my having a car.

    I called Rentalcars.com and we managed to change my "no-show" to a credit to be used in another reservation. Luckily, there were cars available for the next day and I went there Sunday morning to grab a new car.

    After being scammed again (I was charged more than €200 extra but fuck it, at that point, I just wanted to leave and start my trip), I got on my way to Skopje.

    My first impression of Bulgary is that it is a shit hole. I have been to almost all countries in Europe and Sofia was the ugliest capital I've been to. Later I found out that Bulgary is indeed the poorest country in the European Union and it all made sense.

    The road from Sofia to Skopje is not really good. A single lane with lots of trucks, hard to overtake them.

    After crossing the border control (it was a breeze), in North Macedonia things get a little bit better.

    I left Sofia on Sunday at 10am and arrived in Skopje at 13:20.

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I stayed in a fucking good hotel in Skopje (MiCasa Hotel, paid like €35), on top of a mountain, just beside Skopje Fortress and with views overlooking the whole city.

    I spent the afternoon enjoying the hotel, resting, had lunch (a fucking good beef Tomahawk) and then took a nap cuz it was too hot to walk outside.

    At 6pm I went to East Gate Shopping Mall, which was a nice shopping centre, I wasnt expecting it to be big and tidy.

    After that, I went to the Old Bazaar, and it was a pleasant surprise. I thought it would be small and meh, and most shops were already closed but I really enjoyed walking around the small alleys.

    I kept walking and walking and eventually ended up at main square.

    I gotta say, there was a very cool atmosphere around, the big statues are fucking epic, the stone bridge is beautiful and so is the Archeological Museum and the river in front of it.

    Very good restaurants around as well (I went to Bella Vista Lounge) and overall, it was a 10/10 evening.

    I highly recommend everyone to visit Skopje square.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      The following day, I had an awesome breakfast (€12 for a couple but could feed like 4 ppl easily) and went on to walk some more in the Old Bazaar.

      Checked out at the hotel at 11am and found out my car had been towed. Got a cab, went to the car deposit, paid €50 to release the car and went on to Matka Canyon, to visit the Vrelo Cave.

      Now, Google Maps sent me through a 1 hour route that ended up in a dead end (a private property). There a guy told me that the cave was on the other side of the canyon, so I had to drive all the way back to Skopje. Since I was back there, ended up having lunch at the hotel again and went on to the right place (which was like 30 mins away).

      Getting to Matka Canyon is easy but parking there is just a nightmare. It took us almost 1 hour to park our car but I must say it was well worth it.

      Matka Canyon was one of the most amazing places I've been in Europe. 10/10 again, definitely a must-see in North Macedonia.

      There you can grab a boat to Vrelo Cave. It takes 40 minutes return and you get to spend 20 mins inside the cave. The trip costs 500 denars per person and is well worth it. There's also a very cool restaurant/coffee by the lake.

      At 6pm we left Matka and got on our way to Pristina, Kosovo's capital.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Now, after leaving North Macedonia, I went straight to Kosovo's capital, Pristina.

        The road on Macedonia's side is a single lane full of trucks, and takes some time to arrive to the border control.

        But once in Kosovo's territory, I had the chance to drive in the BEST motorway I have EVER been to, R6 (in the pic). It is a mindblowing infrastructure, with the longest viaduct in the Balkans. A dual carriageway highway, cutting through mountains and valleys, above rivers and gorges. Absolutely amazing, 10/10.

        It didnt take too long to get to Pristina, and once there, what a surprise! I didnt have any expectations but despite not being beautiful, it was one of the liviest. 10pm and the streets were packed with people, restaurants were busy, lots of families walking around, a really nice atmosphere.

        There were lots of cafes and restaurants and boy, Kosovo IS cheap. I had a risotto for €3.50 (in Ireland it costs around €20). Good food, good prices, beautiful girls... very pleasant.

        In the morning I went sightseeing, saw Bill Clinton's statue, the library (labeled the ugliest building in the world) and the Newborn monument. It all took me around 2 hours and at 12pm, I was already hitting the road again, on my way to Shkoder.

        On the way I stopped in Prizren because one anon had told in my previous post that there was this place which served the best kebab he had in all Kosovo. I went for the kebab but once there I again was surprised with an absolutely cute medieval town.

        I spent some hours walking around and the kebab was indeed very good (the place is called te Syla). After having lunch we continued on our way to Albania.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          The way from Pristina to Albania is smooth af. They also built another freaking expensive high-quality highway, R7, in the middle of fucking nowhere. Seriously, there are barely any cars in that huge highway. IMF did a study and they found out that only 2/9 of this highway is actually economically worth it.

          Driving at 130kph between mountains and valleys is again, a very pleasant journey. There's only a €5 toll on it but it's well worth the money. There are barely any cars or trucks and you get to chill while driving.

          At this point, I guess you have realised Im all for a roadtrip, so that's why I'm talking a lot about the roads there. The usual touristy information you can get pretty much in every other travel blog.

          These two motorways, R6 and R7 and brand new and cost around 1.5bi euro. They had been just inaugurated when COVID put everything on lockdown.

          You drive around 2 hours on the nice highway but once deep in Albanian territory, the roads turn into a single lane, full of trucks, sheeps, people and old cars. Not really fun and it takes another hour and half to get to Shkoder, which we arrived at 4pm.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            Albania wasn't really in our plans, but to get to MonteBlack we of course had to drive through it, so we decided to grab a coffee in Shkoder, before moving on. Keep in mind that it's summer time, and it only gets dark after 11pm, so still PLENTY of sunlight.

            Shkoder is a very cute town, with cheap prices and delicious food. We stopped at a cafe, had some pastries and dessert and that's it. We want to spend some time on Albania's coast, and we're definitely coming back to see more of the country.

            From Shkoder to Bar, MonteBlack, is about 1:30h driving. The border cross was once again a breeze but once you cross into MonteBlack, the road get SHIT all of sudden.

            The way from the border cross to Bar is through a very narrow curvy lane that goes through the hills until it reaches the coast.

            MonteBlack has this geography, with high hills and mountains all the way to the very coast, so towns are near the beaches.

            Also, prices. After being in hella cheap countries like Albania and Kosovo, MonteBlack feels A LOT more expensive, even though it is still cheaper than Italy/France.

            Bar is a small town with nothing much to see, but we got there at around 7pm and since it was still very bright and warm, we went on to the private seafront our Bnb had, and it was lovely (shown in the picture).

            Food wise, we had a lovely fish paté and fish soup, made with a fresh catch of the day.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              Please continue op

              Sorry for the delay but now, continuing...

              Prior to this trip, the only place I had ever heard about in MonteBlack was Kotor, and choosing a city/hotel to sleep was such a chore.
              A problem I found is that many bnb/hostels mark themselves up as a hotel on Booking.com and then it's hard to filter among all of them.
              Don't get me wrong, there's absolutely no problem with Bnb and sleeping on people's house, but since this was my wedding anniversary, I didnt want to stay in anyone's house, which I mistakenly ended up doing.
              So to make up for the mistake in Bar, I decided to stay another night in MonteBlack, but this time in Budva.
              Bar is a very small town, with a little beach and the town itself is kinda ugly with not many sighseeings around.
              So we headed to Budva which was less than one hour away. Despite the road between Bar and Budva being a single lane and busy with cars and buses, the scenery is very beautiful and there are many vantage points throughout the way.
              If you guys are every going to MonteBlack, I'd recommend staying in Budva as a hub. The town itself has a very nice promenade, with many nice restaurants and a lot of people. It is very lively. We decided to spend a bit more on that night and we stayed at Hotel Millennium by Aycon.
              Budva's old town is also a very nice place to stroll and wander around, getting yourself lost in the little alleys.
              We spent this night in MonteBlack and on the following day we headed to Croatia in the morning.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                I've changed computers and now my reply has this shitty line spacing. Anyone has any idea why?

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                On the 5th day of the trip, we left Budva and decided to go to Dubrovnik, Croatia, because it was just about 2 hours driving. On the way we got a ferry at Kotor Bay and soon we were in Croatia.

                Now, I've been to many medieval walled cities in Europe and I must say Dubrovnik is the most epic of them all. Absolutely breathtaking scenery. Truly amazing and it's gonna leave you feeling like you're back in the medieval age.

                Now, prepare your pockets cuz Dubrovnik is hella expensive. 2 hours parking next to the fortress cost €20, and a meal for two in a restaurant was like €60. Now that I think of it, it's not thaaat expensive (it's about the same price as Ireland) but it is when compared to other Balkan Countries.

                We spent 2 hours walking inside the fortress and it was a very nice experience. We had a shitty overpriced icecream that instantly melted once we were out of the shop and we had to wash our hands in a public fountain.

                Still, Dubrovnik's fortress is a sight to behold and I highly recommend it to anyone. After we had lunch there, we headed to a town called Trebinje, in Bosnia and Hezergovina. It was just about 45 minutes away, very close.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            OP I remember your thread and thanks for sharing about your trip

            lots of people in the old thread warned you driving is not a fun experience in the balkans, I'm Romanian and here half of a motherfucker's personal wealth goes into buying a 3rd hand BMW so they can pretend they have more money than they actually have while in public

            theres a reason I didnt go on a tour like this one as just crossing through my own shithole on highways is bad enough let alone to go through mountainous balkan countries, yeesh, I would literally drive to hungary and south around serbia rather than just go straight for Dubrovnik from my hometown of Timisoara in western Romania, growing up in a ex-commie country I still have memories of literal craters in the streets in the 1990s, today we have highways but a lot of balkan countries outside of EU or even Bulgaria within the EU are still struggling to maintain roads let alone build motorways

            https://i.imgur.com/Ypg13oC.jpg

            Now, after leaving North Macedonia, I went straight to Kosovo's capital, Pristina.

            The road on Macedonia's side is a single lane full of trucks, and takes some time to arrive to the border control.

            But once in Kosovo's territory, I had the chance to drive in the BEST motorway I have EVER been to, R6 (in the pic). It is a mindblowing infrastructure, with the longest viaduct in the Balkans. A dual carriageway highway, cutting through mountains and valleys, above rivers and gorges. Absolutely amazing, 10/10.

            It didnt take too long to get to Pristina, and once there, what a surprise! I didnt have any expectations but despite not being beautiful, it was one of the liviest. 10pm and the streets were packed with people, restaurants were busy, lots of families walking around, a really nice atmosphere.

            There were lots of cafes and restaurants and boy, Kosovo IS cheap. I had a risotto for €3.50 (in Ireland it costs around €20). Good food, good prices, beautiful girls... very pleasant.

            In the morning I went sightseeing, saw Bill Clinton's statue, the library (labeled the ugliest building in the world) and the Newborn monument. It all took me around 2 hours and at 12pm, I was already hitting the road again, on my way to Shkoder.

            On the way I stopped in Prizren because one anon had told in my previous post that there was this place which served the best kebab he had in all Kosovo. I went for the kebab but once there I again was surprised with an absolutely cute medieval town.

            I spent some hours walking around and the kebab was indeed very good (the place is called te Syla). After having lunch we continued on our way to Albania.

            I suspect (based on some reporting shit I saw about roads like these in balkans) that China did a lot of crediting and building of shit like this and if the country can't pay them back they basically take over and profit either by imposing tolls on motorways for like a hundred years or just taking the port over like they did in Sri Lanka with the failed harbor they loaned money for, its called a debt trap, but hey infrastructure is infrastructure

            What you missed in the area in my opinion is Budapest in Hungary which is just an awesome looking city and I'm sorry you didn't go for it

            https://i.imgur.com/FFQTRaW.jpg

            So I arrived at Sofia airport on a Saturday, at 10 pm.

            My flight was delayed for 1 hour, and when I arrived, the booth of the car rental company was already closed and there was nobody there. There was just a phone number stuck at the window. I called (luckily my European cellphone worked in Bulgaria) and the guy told me I was late so he marked my reservation as a no-show (which allows them to charge the full amount of the booking) and went home.

            Like, fuck that, I had even given them my flight number so they could check its status. Anyhow, I tried different companies but at that time they were all closing already.

            I ended up booking a hotel close to the airport and went there to figure out what to do, since this whole trip was dependent on my having a car.

            I called Rentalcars.com and we managed to change my "no-show" to a credit to be used in another reservation. Luckily, there were cars available for the next day and I went there Sunday morning to grab a new car.

            After being scammed again (I was charged more than €200 extra but fuck it, at that point, I just wanted to leave and start my trip), I got on my way to Skopje.

            My first impression of Bulgary is that it is a shit hole. I have been to almost all countries in Europe and Sofia was the ugliest capital I've been to. Later I found out that Bulgary is indeed the poorest country in the European Union and it all made sense.

            The road from Sofia to Skopje is not really good. A single lane with lots of trucks, hard to overtake them.

            After crossing the border control (it was a breeze), in North Macedonia things get a little bit better.

            I left Sofia on Sunday at 10am and arrived in Skopje at 13:20.

            Also no OP Sofia is not the ugliest commieblock capital, Bucharest is, good job not visiting southern Romania though as anything outside of Transylvania is dogshit

            if you want another cheapish experience come to Romania's transylvania region, hike in the mountains, visit our castles, then go to Budapest

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              >anything outside of Transylvania is dogshit

              Don't be so hard on yourself. You need to be somewhat of a Real Traveller™ to look beyond Transylvania but Bucovina, Maramures, Dobrogea and even Romanian Moldova all have some merit.
              Wallachia is a proper dump though. That includes Bucharest. What a dreadful, impoverished region.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              >lots of people in the old thread warned you driving is not a fun experience in the balkans

              Yeh, but I kinda had to feel it myself you know? It's indeed not fun, despite the beautiful scenery around them.

              >Sofia is not the ugliest commieblock capital, Bucharest is

              I wasnt meant to go to Sofia for The International final (Dota shit), I had tickets bought and all that before they cancelled it. However, I did drive to Suceava (from Lviv, Ukraine) and Cluj Napoca. It wasnt too bad and to be honest, Romania people are cool and the girls are hot af! It's cheap and I stayed in a very nice hotel for like €30. I have some friends in Sibiu that I want to visit sometime.

              >What you missed in the area in my opinion is Budapest in Hungary

              I've been a couple of times in Budapest, it is my favourite European capital. I had a blast going to SPARTY (in the pic) :DD

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Did you visit any nice roads in Budapest?

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                They weren't in bad shape but too much traffic for a single lane as well.

                Now, the best place to drive ever was west Ukraine during the war. No cars, no traffic laws, just you, your car and a bomb here and there. 10/10

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Please continue op

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >it was a great trip

    kek. cope. you basically spent all day driving.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      220km per day, average (3h) = "aLL dAy DriVing HErp DeRP".

      Unless you drive like an old granny, or you're a poor fag waiting for buses or hitchhiking, that's totally doable.

      You leave at 11am, at 2pm you're at your destination, ready for lunch, with a whole free afternoon and night.

      Learn to manage your time bro

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >a whole free afternoon and night per place

        I mean come on lmao.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          I guess he has more money than time. Anyway good for you op I hope you had a good time and thanks for the report

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Have u ever been to Balkans? U dont need more than a couple of hours in Pristina, for instance. Same thing for most cities tbh.

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I pity people like you so much. Why the fuck did you do this? Just to flex on fellow zoomies about how many countries you've been to?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      42 countries and counting... 😀

      Wby? Have u ever left the shithole you live in, brain dead american?

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >:D
        >Wby
        >u
        So this is the typical country-counting Instathot? Life is not a bibyogame you onion guzzling fuck, you're not beating anyone at any numbers game because you can't objectively have "more fun" than someone else. Fucking chill and stop comparing yourself to other people.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Jeez I thought you were cool and then you went full nazi by being racist against Americans. Grow up Chud.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Must be really hard to go to that many countries when you have like 30 within the span of what would be six states in the US.

        Europoors, always so gay and retarded.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Lmao manletdick here bragging about the size of his country/states

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            Cancer cuntry if I ever see one, imagine being proud of that cancerwoke exporting shithole

  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    Guess I just teleported between them, huh?

    Imagine if I had TRAVELED between them. Can you just imagine it? A person going on a travel and actually travelling, instead of spending a whole week in a single place? Mind-blowing!

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >instead of spending a whole week in a single place?

      instead you spent a couple of hours each in seven different places. congrats.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Still better than spending ZERO hours, nowhere else.

        A vacation for you has to be what? A whole month in Paris, so you can see every fucking painting in every fucking museum and try every single dish in every single restaurant, otherwise "you havent spend enough time to get to know the place"?

        And then what? Can you actually say you have been to France if the only city you know is fucking Paris? See where this line of thought gets you? Retard gatekeepers that complain "hurp it's not enough time".

        One day in Pristina and I visited all the major tourist spots, got my hair cut, spoke with the barber about the political situation of Kosovo, went to a restaurant and tried a number of different traditional cuisines, went to a bar and talked to local girls, while you didnt move your fat ass from the chair you live. There wasnt much left to do and it was more than enough to get to "feel the country".

        <In the picture, Prizren>

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          you seem upset

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            nah, Im cool senpai 😀

            I'm just speaking in the same way you fucktards understand

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              nobody cares about your shitty balkan speedrun.
              it's okay, you can cry.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              Post more im doing Skopje-Dubrovnik me and a few of the lads wheeyy!

              nobody cares about your shitty balkan speedrun.
              it's okay, you can cry.

              have sex

  8. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I enjoy your topic op, keep it up
    Btw, got the correct google maps location to matka?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is the right location:

      X72X+7R Dolna Matka, North Macedonia

      But even then, make sure you're not being trolled by Google Maps beca2use depending on your location, it might give you the wrong way.

      In the picture, just make sure you don't go the way south of Vodno mountain, you will end up in the wrong side of the canyon. You have to go north of it.

      Once there, you can actually drive past the entrance of the dam, uphill (a very steep slope) and park there.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Thx bro, much appreciated

        nobody cares about your shitty balkan speedrun.
        it's okay, you can cry.

        >saving all year for 3 weeks thailand
        >fucking seamonkeys
        >proper traveling
        Should’ve went the schoolshooter route in highschool bitchboy

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          all year for 3 weeks thailand
          seamonkeys

          way better than spending 0.875 days per country in a car actually

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            different people have different interests regarding trips fucking mongoloid. Guessing your a american - who are famous for visiting the whole med and/or western europe in 5 days - so pot/kettle. But unlike you i dont go full autismo on other peoples holidays cancersperg

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Guessing your a american

              you're wrong.
              nice esl though.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Still you're an actual mong for gatekeeping traveling lmao

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                not everyone has what it takes to be a real traveller™ sweetie

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >real traveler
                >thailand kek
                Again, i get highschool was shitty but should’ve just kys’d pussy xox

  9. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    and here is the gatekeeper again haha

    >It's only travelling if you follow the rules I made up inside my head

    That's why you need a fucking month to do anything, cuz you walk like a beggar. According to your own script book, if someone cycles then it's cheating and doesn't count as travelling right?

    Also, I suppose I drove around blindfolded because according to your logic, you don't see anything while driving. Makes even more sense when there're no hiking trails and you literally hike on the side of the road I'm driving, but it takes you 100 times longer.

    I'm not a hobo and I don't care if you are. Just walk everywhere like an animal, while I drive around, chillin and giving zero fucks 😀

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >you don't see anything while driving.
      You get to see a fucking road lmao.

      >giving zero fucks 😀
      >writes an entire essay fuming with rage

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'm all up for discussion, I can argue without getting mad ^_^

        I'm still waiting for your point of view tho, unless all you have is ad hominen.

        >You get to see a fucking road lmao.

        Unless you drive wearing horse blinders, I'm pretty sure normal humans are able to see the road and the surroundings at the same time.

  10. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Before moving on, I just wanna post another picture of highway R6 Skopje-Pristina.

    It is such an impeccable feature of engineer in the middle of nowhere. It deserves some more attention.

  11. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >half of the pictures ITT are roads

  12. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Thanks for the write-up. I'm a non-European living in Hungary, and I've done a few road trips to Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, and Slovenia. I really like the Balkans, and I'm excited to explore more. I've saved your map of road conditions as a reference. I think next trip for me will be to Pristina in southwestern Serbia and then continue on to the Albanian riviera. After your description, I'm looking forward to driving on the R7. Maybe I can hit Skopje on the way back.

    Regarding driving, I didn't find it that bad, but I've been driving a bit farther north than you. Bosnian and especially Serbian drivers can be assertive, but it also means that you can also drive assertively yourself.

    By the way, fuck the guy complaining about you driving so much. It's only a couple of hours per day, and that douche probably spends at least that much time per day walking around or on public transport passing the same boring fucking buildings in bugman cities. Experiencing the countryside through the windshield in a climate controlled car with cool tunes playing and the ability to go wherever you want is far superior.

    I'm looking forward to reading about Nis and southern Serbia.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    How was the coom scene in these cities?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm married but not blind. So from what I caught up on my radar (that is, cocktail in
      a table by the sidewalk, watching ppl passing by) I'd rank girls as the following (from hotter to less hot):

      >1 st place: North Macedonia
      Girls there are freaking hot/beautiful. They are short, thick and have this tanned skin with green eyes and brunette hair. 10/10

      >2nd) Croatia
      I'm not sure about Croatian women but Dubrovnik is SO busy, with lots of people from all over the world so there's definitely someone for your taste there.

      > 3rd) Bosnia & Hezergovina
      I was in a town in the middle of nowhere and there were teenagers/young adults bathing in a river. All the girls I saw walking around the town were thick and many tall girls as well.

      > 4th- Kosovo

      At night, the streets of Pristina were full of woman walking in small shorts and sexy clothes. They would pass by me and smile, instead of frowning and turning their faces. So they are hot and friendly (but dont speak english).

      > 5th Serbia

      They say Belgrad has the best night life scene in Europe. I didnt get to go there so I can't confirm it.

      > 6th MonteBlack
      Despite having a shore line and many beaches, I foung Montenegrin woman average, nothing that caught my eye.

      > 7th - Bulgaria

      I disliked Sofia and walking by the streets I only saw weird looking/gipsy woman (that is, short, fat, with a moustache and wearing a headband)

      That being said, I didn't go to any nightclubs but if you're not a beta fag, it shouldn't be hard to hit on girls. There aren't many tourists in Kosovo, for instance, so girls there are curious and like foreigners. That aligned with cheap alcohol, you can be the king of the night if you want to.

      <pic related, she's north macedonian>

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >opinion based on one (1) place per country he's been to

        kek

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Yup, that's correct. I can't really talk about the cities I havent been to, can I?

          Also, these are pretty small countries, it's not like the demographics change A LOT between cities.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >doesn't even have any idea how ethnically diverse Balkan countries are

            what a joke

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              You sure?

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              He went to one city per country that's how he knows the ethnic makeup is the same in the entire country

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      stick to your containment thread pajeet

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Tips for arriving in Skopje airport? At 3am. Taxi? Train/bus? Boat? Should I spend much time in Skopje at all or just fuck off to Ohrid?

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