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Explore the Serbian Capital

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  • Veličina grupe:
  • 2-30
  • Posjećujemo:
  • - Serbia
  • Tip izleta:
  • leisure, culture
  • Razdoblje realizacije:
  • - all year round
Arrival at Belgrade Airport at 12.10. Meet and greet by a travel agency representative. Transfer to hotel in Belgrade centre. Check-in and short time for refreshment.
Your first Belgrade afternoon is perfect for a pleasant walking tour to the Republic Square, the heart of the capital, which hosts the city’s most prestigious cultural institutions like the National Museum and the National Theatre. Along the most famous pedestrian street – Knez Mihajlova – will reach the oldest part of Belgrade – Kalemegdan with its Park from where a spectacular view extends to the confluence of Sava River into Danube River. You will definitely enjoy the stories from the past of this stunning city and then enjoy a coffee break along the Danube shore – in one of the popular Beton hala coffee bars.  Return to the hotel. Dinner.
Meals: Dinner 

Breakfast. After breakfast we will visit the famous Belgrade Bajrakli Mosque for pray (depending on the time of prayer). After prayer will continue to explore Belgrade by bus sightseeing during which the most significant sights of the city as Serbian National Parliament, Old and New Royal Palaces, Terazije Square and many more will be seen. Lunch and coffee break in one of the restaurants situated along the famous Ada Ciganlija (Belgrade sea) (OPTIONAL).
The highlight of this tour are definitely Museum of Yugoslavia and the House of Flowers – the last resting place of Josip Broz Tito, a leader of the second Yugoslavia. Here you will get familiar with how life was in the period of Socialist Yugoslavia and get to know more about the life and work of Yugoslavia’s former president Josip Broz Tito.
At the end of the tour, we will visit one of Belgrade’s landmarks – St. Sava Temple, one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world. Its 27-metre high and 4,000 tons’ weighty dome can be seen from every part of the city.
Return to hotel. Leisure time.
Meals: Breakfast 

Breakfast. Departure from Belgrade at 9am. On the way to our first stop in Monastery Krušedol, you will enjoy the colourful landscapes of the Pannonian Plain whilst listening stories about the turbulent history of this area. Once reached Fruška Gora region, we will visit the most important of total 16 medieval Orthodox monasteries nested in this region, the famous Serb Orthodox Monastery of Krušedol. Established in the early 16th century by the last dynasty of medieval Serbia, the Branković family, for centuries it served as a burial church for the most illustrious Serbs of the Habsburg Empire - patriarchs, dukes and even an exiled king. Inside the monastery church you will see a stunning late medieval iconostasis and beautiful frescoes but, most what is even more important, experience the feeling of past times and of Orthodox Christian monasticism.
Our next stop, just a few minutes away from Krusedol Monastery, is a small historic town Sremski Karlovci known for its baroque churches and excellent wine. Today quiet and provincial, for over two centuries the town has been an unofficial capital of Serbs in the Habsburg Empire and as a result the town centre boasts several nice palaces and churches, including the Four Lion Fountain, the Karlovci Gymnasium, town hall, Roman Catholic Church, the Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas and more.
Museum of Honey and Bee-keeping visit including tasting of one of the best honey and honey products in Serbia and region as well as local cheese, olives and bread tasting. Just a few minutes’ drive away from Sremski Karlovci we will reach the famous Petrovaradin Fortress, one of the largest strongholds in Europe still preserved and called "Gibraltar on the Danube”.  Built by the Austrian Empire during the 17th and 18th centuries, this fortress played a significant role in defending the middle European countries from Ottoman attacks. Leisure time to enjoy breath-taking views over the river and Novi Sad.
Our last sight today is Novi Sad. It is the second largest city in Serbia and thanks to its typical Central European appearance and proud history of being a cultural and intellectual centre in the Austro-Hungarian Empire it was given a nickname - the Serbian Athens. Today it hosts the largest south-east Europe's music festival – EXIT of a global reputation.
The Square of Liberty will be our starting point to explore Novi Sad as it is surrounded by some of the prettiest as well as the most important buildings of this town -  the imposing Catholic church, the grandiose City Hall, the Iron Man Building, historical hotels Meyer and Vojvodina – who will tell you stories about the past and present of this area. By walking along famous streets Zmaj Jovina and Dunavska you will have the feeling of being back in the 18th and 19th centuries, admiring architecture of that time as well as endless rows of cafes and restaurants. Leisure time for lunch and shopping. Return to Belgrade.
Meals: Breakfast 

Breakfast. Today is a Royal Day as we will visit Royal Palaces and get introduced to Karađorđević dynasty and the period when former Yugoslavia was a kingdom ruled by two dynasties. Let us teach you some interesting facts about that part of Serbian history, art and culture. Our next stop is the famous Avala mountain, one of Belgrade’s most popular green escapes but also habitat to numerous birds and animal species, situate just some 20 km from the city centre. Before the Avala Tower built in 1960s as a TV tower and the largest concrete structure and the tallest structure in the entire Balkans, we will just stop and visit the Monument to the Unknown Hero, built-in 1930 by world-famous sculptor Ivan Meštrović, chosen by Aleksandar I, King of Yugoslavia to be his favourite artist. During the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999, the Avala Tower was bombed and completely destroyed but then reconstructed according to the same plans and reopened for visitors. The two elevators will take us to a 123 metres high viewpoint where you will remain breathless and speechless to enjoy the Central Serbian province of Šumadija and the entire Belgrade, including the two rivers' confluence and the Vojvodina Region behind.
Lunch in one of traditional Serbian restaurants (OPTIONAL).
Return to Belgrade.
Leisure time. Overnight.
Meals: Breakfast 
OPTIONAL TOUR – Belgrade River Cruise
Breakfast. Leisure time until departure.
Transfer to Belgrade Airport and check-in for your flight.
Meals: Breakfast
Let Belgrade seduce you with its centuries-old charm, vibrant daily life and beautiful people. Find out what Sremski Karlovci and bee-keeping have in common, wander around Petrovaradin Fortress, visit so important Krušedol Orthodox Monastery and many, many more...
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