In this section we give details of places of interest to visit in the Balkans and countries linked to the Balkans. They include battlefields, museums and other areas of interest to the military historian.
Most of the areas covered reflect the Editor's own travels.
Albania - A military history tour covering the castles, ancient sites and museums of this country.
Athens - Military and national and Byzantine museums and of course the Evzones
Budapest - A fine city to visit with a military museum, the National Museum and much more.
Bucharest - the military and national museum
Dalmatia - a military history tour up the Croatian coast from Dubrovnik to Split
Dardanelles - Sail up the straits and view the Turkish forts that defended this strategic waterway
Epirus - The north west of Greece is explored in this tour.
Gallipoli - The First World War battlefield.
Istanbul - The army museum and the other attractions including the Dardanelles forts.
Montenegro - The smallest Balkan state but an absolute must visit place. This tour focuses on the coastal regions and the old Royal Capital of Cetinje.
Moscow - Balkan interest at the Armed Forces Museum and the Plevna memorial
Slovenia - Battle of Caporetto
Transylvania - Vlad the Impaler and much more
Tunisia - Yes, not in the Balkans but plenty of Ottoman interest
Venice - The main military history attraction is the Arsenale.
Vis - Croatian island with a rich history
Zagreb - A couple of museums of interest in the Croatian capital.
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