Celebrate the cheaper rates and emptier beaches that September brings as children all around the world return to school. We don't think you need to find an excuse any better than that to book a holiday.
From the showcase capital of Pyongyang, peppered with huge socialist monuments and bizzare one-of-a-kind architecture, to the De-Militarised Zone of the south and mountains of the north, the DPRK enthrals with its inimitable sights and surprises. Visitors are generally considered to be privileged guests invited into a closed world. The few who make the journey will receive a rare insight into a society completely alien to our own. Devoid of mobile phones, global news and access to the internet, visiting gives you the unparalleled insight into a fascinating, unique society - escorted by official guides, of course.
Celebrate the 45th anniversary of our first foray into Albania with our exclusive Regent group tour that introduces you to Albania’s history, visiting the restored castle at Kruja and later Tirana city. Uncover the country’s stunning natural landscapes; dipping into the wild and craggy Albanian Alps, scouring the remote northern Theth National Park for waterfalls. Cross the border into Kosovo to visit its Ottoman cultural capital, Prizren and the UNESCO-listed Decani Monastery, and Macedonia’s charming lakeside town, Ohrid.
Combine two of the Balkans’ most alluring countries on a brand new group tour for 2016. Starting and ending in Belgrade on the banks of the Danube, unearth Serbia’s medieval treasures visiting Peter and Paul’s Church (the oldest in the country) and the impressive orthodox Studenica Monastery Complex nestled in a river valley. Travel through Montenegro’s spectacular Durmitor National Park for sweeping vistas of a land carved by glaciers and visit the striking fjord-like bay of Kotor.