Grand Serbia Tour / 6 days – 5 nights

Grand Serbia Tour / 6 days – 5 nights

1st day

Arrival at Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade. Welcome at the airport. Belgrade city tour by bus and walk: Belgrade Fortress on the confluence of Sava to Danube River, with medieval knights fight act (with swords, spears, bat…). Visit to Saint Saint Sava Temple, biggest Orthodox Christian church in the world by volume. Lunch in downtown. Transfer to hotel and check in. Gala welcome dinner on floating house restaurant on Sava River with view to Belgrade Fortress. Overnight in Belgrade.

2nd day

Breakfast at hotel. Visit to Museum of History of Yugoslavia and Mausoleum of Tito, president of Yugoslavia and leader of Movement of Non-Aligned Countries during Cold War. Cruise on Danube and Sava River. Lunch in restaurant on Sava or Danube River bank. Visit to Zemun Town, former Austro-Hungarian city, with Millennium Tower view-point on Gardos Hill, overlooking confluence of Sava to Danube and Belgrade. Overnight in Belgrade.

3rd day

Breakfast at hotel. Visit to Sremski Karlovci, small baroque town, a place of conservation of Serbian culture in 17th-19th century. Tour continues to Petrovaradin Fortress that is second biggest fortress in Europe, known as “Gibraltar on Danube”, built at 17th century, where we will enter the tunnels (500 meters of more than 20 kilometers of fortress tunnel network). Lunch at restaurant on Danube River, beside Petrovaradin Fortress. Sightseeing of Novi Sad City, the second biggest city in Serbia. Overnight in Belgrade.

4th day

Breakfast at hotel. Visit to Viminacium archaeological site, one of the largest Roman cities from 1st century. Sightseeing of Golubac Fortress, from 14th century, one of the most beautiful medieval fortresses, located on the Danube River where the Danube is widest (6,5 kilometers). Danube River is second longest river in Europe and it reaches its maximum in Serbia, with the greatest depth of about 100 meters, where it formed longest gorge in Europe – Djerdap Gorge that’s 99 kilometers long. Lunch on Danube River bank. Visit to Lepenski Vir archaeological site, the oldest conserved urban settlement in Europe (7000 years BC). Overnight in Belgrade.

5th day

Breakfast at hotel. Visit to Topola Town, former military base of Karadjordje or ”Black George”, leader of the 1st Serbian uprising against the Turks in 1804, and establisher of Serbian Royal Dynasty of Karadjordjevic. Visit to Oplenac Hill with the complex of Serbian Royal Dynasty Karadjordjevic: Museum of King Peter the 1st and the mausoleum of Serbian Royal Dynasty of Karadjordjevic in the Church of St. George. Visit  to Royal wine cellar, and wine tasting. Lunch at restaurant that royal family uses, with Sumadija Region specialties. Visit to Avala Mountain, with 200 meter high TV tower constructed 50 years ago, destroyed at NATO bombing at 1999, and rebuilt at 2010. Elevator lift to the view-point on Avala Tower, overlooking landscape of Belgrade and central Serbia from 130 meters above mountain top. Gala dinner in Skadarlija bohemian street with live Balkan national and international music, bohemian host actor and national folklore dance. Overnight in Belgrade.

6th day

Breakfast at hotel. Check out. Transfer to the airport. End of services. Flight