Belgrade and Novi Sad City break - Sara Travel

Belgrade and Novi Sad City break

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Tour Details

This tour is tailored so that you can get to know Belgrade Serbias capital city and Novi Sad second biggest city in Serbia.

We invite you to get to know Serbian people by experiencing the way they live by taking a walking city tour in Belgrade center and a dinner in Belgrade’s bohemian part Skadarlija.

If you happen to visit Serbia by New Years Eve you could walk through the city and feel the vibes around new year, be present on the main square for festivities or enjoy the evening in lokal restaurant with dinner and new year program.

Departure & Return Location

Departure from Nikola Tesla airport in Belgrade

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • 3 Nights Hotel Accomodation with breakfast
  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location
  • 3 dinners or late lunches in restourants
  • Transfer from airport to hotel and from hotel to airport.

Price Excludes

  • Any tips for driver and guide
  • Health ensurance
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees

Day 1Belgrade city tour

Transfer from airport, check-in a hotel


Belgrade sightseeing panoramic tour

Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, situated on the confluence of Sava and Danube, is where the first European civilization was born – Vinča, which is some 7,000 years old. Due to its geographical position, connecting Central Europe and the Middle East, Belgrade became a true mosaic of cultural influences, from Roman, Byzantine, Hungarian, Serbian, and Ottoman cultures. Belgrade is also one of the most conquered and most frequently demolished cities in the world.

You will learn about the history of Belgrade and the most well-known city landmarks while being accompanied by a professional tourist guide. You will see the center of Belgrade, the parliament building, and the building of the Government of Serbia. The ride will continue along Nemanjina Street, which hosts buildings built at the beginning of the 19th century when Belgrade architecture was at its peak. Nowadays, the remains of the Ministry of Defense are there too, which was bombed by NATO in 1999.

We will visit the House of Flowers and the Museum of Yugoslavia, where the grave of Josip Broz Tito is located. We will also enter the Church of Saint Sava, the largest Orthodox church in Balkan.

Lunch will be organized around 15h in a restaurant in the center of Belgrade. The afternoon is free.

Optional excursion

Dinner and cruise on the Danube

If your plane arrives later we could switch the program day 1 with day 4


Day 2Novi Sad and Frushka Gora


Departure from Belgrade

We will visit the center of Novi Sad, known for its beautiful architecture and a cathedral dedicated to the Mother of Jesus. Then we will go to the Petrovaradin fortress, which is second in size on the Danube, being built by prominent names of the military architecture of the Habsburg monarchy.

We will pause for lunch in the most well-known restaurant on the Danube’s shore, where you will enjoy domestic specialities and fish dishes made in the traditional way.


Frushka Gora this visit is recomended in spring and summer time, autumn is lovely too.

At 18:30h we will start towards the Fashion Park Outlet Inđija. After shopping, we will return to Belgrade.

Day 3Belgrade bohemian region and Kalemegdan walking tour


Knez Mihajlova and Kalemegdan

On a walking tour led by a guide, we will visit the center of Belgrade, strolling through the Knez Mihajlova Street (pedestrian zone) known for its cafes, restaurants, shops, and shopping centers. At the end of this street, we will reach Kalemegdan, a famous park and fortress. You will hear about the history of the city and the fortress.

Kalemegdan is located at the confluence of Sava and Danube, where you will have the chance to enjoy an amazing view. Apart from being the most visited tourist location in Belgrade, the fortress is a kind of oasis in the city center and a favorite place for rest and recreation of many Belgraders. It is also the most important cultural and historical complex in the city.


After meeting in front of the hotel, we will walk to Skadarlija, an old bohemian quarter in Belgrade. There you will enjoy a dinner, tasting traditional meals and hearing the sounds of trumpet orchestra, which is a tradition in our kafanas.


Day 4Belgrade

Free time in Belgrade till your flight, transportation from hotel to the airport.



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