Serbia City Tour
Everything you’ve never heard about Serbia is true: it’s diverse, hospitable, and a lot of fun. The best part is that this landlocked Balkan country is still deliciously off the beaten path. While the tenacious Serbian spirit is expressed in Belgrade’s world-class nightlife and Novi Sad’s huge EXIT Festival, explore beyond these ancient metropolises to find a crucible of cultures and an unpolluted environment perfect for adventure.
Subotica, an art nouveau town, celebrates its Austro-Hungarian roots, while bohemian Ni echoes the clip-clop of Roma horse carts and minaret-studded Novi Pazar nudges the most sacred of Serbian Orthodox monasteries. Wine areas and thermal springs nestled in undulating hills have been around since the Roman era. Ancient traditions mingle with après-ski bling on the slopes of Kopaonik, Zlatibor, and Stara Planina, while the super-scenic Tara and erdap National Parks abound with hiking, biking, rafting, and kayaking activities.
Arrival in Belgrade, Transfer to the hotel, and free evening
Breakfast in Hotel.
Meet the guide at hotel lobby and start half day Belgrade city tour.
Explore Belgrade’s history, culture, architecture, lifestyle, and everything that you might like to know in order to get around…
Sights: St. Sava temple, Knez Mihailova Street, Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan Park with a spectacular view onto the confluence of the Sava into the Danube, the National Theatre, the oldest restaurant in Belgrade named “?”, Orthodox Christian Cathedral Church, the National Museum, Belgrade University, City Hall and the National Parliament, Skadarlija bohemian quarter and much more… Optional Lunch break could be organized during the tour. Free afternoon.
Optional dinner could be organized.
Breakfast in hotel
Meet the driver and guide and start the full day tour
This full-day tour will take us to eastern Serbia and includes the most interesting historical attractions of this region. Your historic adventure begins with a visit to the Golubac Fortress located at the entrance to the Iron Gate, the longest gorge in Europe. Explore the visitor center, walk along the Danube River, and enjoy beautiful views.
The next stop of the day is Viminacium archaeological site with fascinating Roman remains. Explore the remains of its mausoleum, amphitheater, and baths. Hear about the ancient city, the capital of the Roman province Moesia Superior and the military camp located in this area during the Roman era.
Evening back to Belgrade
After Breakfast in Hotel
Transfer from Belgrade to Novi Sad
On The way to Novi Sad, we go through Fruska Gora National Park.
Serbia’s oldest national park, Fruška Gora is an 80km stretch of rolling hills where cloistered life has endured since monasteries were built between the 15th and 18th centuries to safeguard Serbian culture from the Turks.
Arrive and start the sightseeing of Novi Sad – capital of Vojvodina province
Visit to Petrovaradin fortress and city center.
Transfer and visit Sremski Karlovci and OPTIONAL local winery Kiš, wine tasting with traditional products. Transfer back to Belgrade.
Breakfast at the hotel.
Private transfer to Belgrade International airport.