Highlights of Serbia

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Itinerary - Highlights of Serbia Tour

Day 1: Arrival to Belgrade
Arrival at Belgrade airport. Meet and greet by your guide. Transfer to the hotel and accommodation. Overnight.

Day 2: Belgrade
After breakfast,  we will have tour around Belgrade, a capital city. Start the tour visiting the Museum of Yugoslav History, the stadium of FC Red Star, the Temple of Saint Sava, Belgrade’s patron saint. We’ll continue with Slavija Square, to Saint Mark’s Church, the Serbian National Parliament and White Palace, and on to Republic Square. Free time for shopping. Overnight in Belgrade.

Day 3: Belgrade -  Fruška Gora – Sremski Karlovci – Novi Sad – Belgrade 
Breakfast. Today we’ll make a day trip to Novi Sad, Petrovaradin and Sremski Karlovci. We will visit well preserved monastery Krušedol, where we’ll have the opportunity to buy wine and rakija made by the monks.The tour continues on to town of Sremski Karlovci, known as a ‘museum town’. City tour, including the Baroque centre, the Patriarchal Court, the Orthodox Cathedral of Saint Nicholas and the first Serbian secondary school. Our next stop is Novi Sad, where we will have another sightseeing tour including city’s pedestrian zone, the City Hall, a Catholic church, the old city centre, the former house of Albert Einstein’s wife Mileva, the cultural foundation Matica Srpska and a synagogue. Drive back to Belgrade. Overnight.

Day 4: Belgrade - Manasija Monastery – Resava Cave – Lisina Waterfalls 
Breakfast. Today we’ll head to the Manasija Monastery, Resava Cave and Lisina waterfalls. In the afternoon we will return to Belgrade. Overnight.

Day 5: Belgrade – Mokra Gora Mountain – Wooden-town – Zlatibor
After breakfast we will depart Belgrade for a visit to the ethno village Drvengrad (Wooden Town), built by prominent movie director Emir Kusturica. After exploring Drvengrad, there will be a short drive to the famous Zlatibor Mountain, where you’ll enjoy a relaxing walk around the quaint town centre. After that, accommodation in hotel and overnight. 

Day 6: Zlatibor – Uvac Reserve – Ethno Sirogojno – Belgrade
After breakfast, continue to Uvac Special Natural Reserve, located between the mountains Javor and Zlatar. Our next stops are two caves called Ušak and Ledena (Ice). After that the tour will return to Zlatibor and visit Sirogojno, a village famous for its ethnological museum and ‘Sirogojno sweaters’ made of raw wool. In the afternoon we will head back to Belgrade. Overnight.

Day 7: Departure
Free time after breakfast. Transfer to the airport. End of our services.  

Rates for Highlights of Serbia Tour 2020

  2 pax 4 pax  6 pax
3* Hotels 840 euro  550 euro  440 euro
4* Hotels 870 euro 580 euro 470 euro
5* Hotels 970 euro 690 euro 580 euro

What is ​Included in Highlights of Serbia Tour 2020?

Price is per person
6 nights accommodation
6 x breakfast
Private transfers in air-conditioned car with private, English-speaking driver
Airport transfer on first and last days
English-speaking guide on excursions

What is Excluded from Highlights of Serbia Tour 2020?

Entrance fees
meals and drinks.

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