In a country that has become a global destination, it is sometimes tempting to skip the hassle of connecting to a hostel or hotel and just book in person.

In many places you can buy cheap, local tours that offer a taste of the region’s history and culture.

And if you can find a guide that will guide you the right way, it can be a pleasure to travel in a country where history is a way of life.

Here are some of the best ways to get to know the country.

Get a map and get your bearings.

Balkan countries are divided into seven regions.

A country is defined by its territory and the area within which it exists.

This includes the areas where people live and work.

The countries are defined by the population and their economic power.

The regions are divided in two ways: geographical and linguistic.

The geographic regions are defined as areas where there is a direct connection to the mainland or to a sea.

This makes them the areas that are closest to a European country, such as France or Germany.

The linguistic regions are those areas that do not have direct connections to the continental landmass.

These areas include the former Austro-Hungarian empire, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and the former Soviet Union.

These geographical regions are more common in Europe than the linguistic ones, as they have historically been the most important and populated.

The Balkans are often referred to as the “Western Balkans” because they are the areas closest to the Balkans, Italy and the Mediterranean Sea.

To get to these areas, travelers must go to a border crossing in the region or visit the city of their choice.

This can be in one of the regions, or by driving a car through the country and then driving across it.

The number of crossings varies greatly, but many border crossings are located in major cities.

The region or city nearest to the main border crossing is the “interprovincial border.”

This is usually located at the eastern border, where it is about 20 miles (32 kilometers) from the city nearest the border.

The main road between the two border crossings is the Transnistria highway.

These highways are also used to cross the Black Sea, but most travelers drive on one side of the road to reach the border crossings and the other side of that road to enter the country from the other region.

If you need help with your trip, try a tour of the Balkans.

The tour company will show you the best places to go and the best time to visit each one.

The Balkans are a fascinating place with a rich history and cultures, and many tourists visit each year.

It is one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations, and it is a good place to visit if you are interested in the country or culture.

It offers a wide variety of sights, sounds and smells.

It has many historical sites and places that offer historical significance.

The most popular destinations are in central and eastern Europe.

In Romania, for example, you can visit the famous Palaeolithic-Stone Age ruins at the archaeological site of Aiglei.

You can also visit the archaeological sites of Krasni and Smiljan in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

In Croatia, the city and its suburbs are the most popular, followed by the southern areas of the country in the south and the eastern areas in the north.

For example, the most interesting sights are the archaeological ruins at Smilja and Krasnica, the archaeological ruin at Vojvodina, and the UNESCO World Heritage site of Pestřina in the southern part of the Croatian region of the former Yugoslavia.

The cultural diversity of the Balkas is very strong.

Some cities, such a Skopje, are full of museums and cultural attractions.

You will find a large variety of national and international art forms and the people and cultures of the various regions are diverse.

There is also a great number of ethnic groups living in the Balkans, from Slavs and Croats to Armenians and Turks.

Some countries in the Balkans are much more ethnically homogeneous than others.

For more information, you may also want to check out our guide to the countries of the Former Yugoslav Republics.