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Start and end in Belgrade! With the Discovery tour The best of Serbia, Excursions from Belgrade,
you have a 8 days tour package taking you through different cities of Serbia. Includes
accommodation, an expert guide, meals, transport and more.
Transfer in/out Belgrade – Airport,
3 Hours Before Flight Time
From city tours to 3 different Cities starting with Belgrade the capital of Serbia moving to Novi sad the second largest city in Serbia and the capital of Vojvodina the northern Provency then to Sremski karlovci.
Saratravel will take you to Zlatibor mountain, to explore Serbias nature and to take a ride on the romantic train on shargans eight and on the longest chain car in Europe. See a beautiful waterfall and visit outdoor museum of the village of Siragoine.
You will get the chance to walk in Drven grad the wooden city of our world famous movie director Emir Custorica.
You will have the chance to dine in a hand picked restaurant and enjoy two visits to different wineries with wine tasting.
Upon arrival in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, you will be welcomed by your guide, and your tour can begin all depending on the time of your flight arrival to Belgrade. You would either start the sightseeing tour of Belgrade or we could transfer you to your hotel for check in and leave the evening for rest and we can give you recomndations for dinner in restaurants.
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 at 15h in a restaurant in the center of Belgrade. The afternoon is free.
Dinner and cruise on the Danube
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.
We will visit Sremski Karlovci, an old city on the shore of the Danube, located 8km from Novi Sad. The city center is full of astounding buildings, made in the 18th and 19th centuries when Sremski Karlovci was the most influential spiritual, cultural, and economic center of Serbia. Among the most significant buildings are the Patriarchate Court, the Summer Residency of the Serbian Patriarch, the Karlovac High School, and the Cathedral of St. Nicholas, all built in the 19th century. The city is famed for good wine, and we will visit the winery of the patriarchate. Another monument on the list is the Kuglov Museum, dedicated to the most delicious cake of the region that you will taste and love.
At 18:30h we will start towards the Fashion Park Outlet Inđija. After shopping, we will return to Belgrade.
Start you city tour and get to know Belgrade.
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.
Free time until 18h
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.
Breakfast and check-out. Morning departure from Belgrade, heading west towards the picturesque Ovčar-Kablar Gorge, through which the West Morava River meanders. The tour will continue on to Tara National Park, and you will have time to reflect on its beauty from aboard the authentic, retro ‘Nostalgia’ train which runs along the narrow-gauge heritage railway, Šargan Eight. Travelling from the bottom of Šargan mountain on a route shaped like the number eight (hence the name), you will be transported back in time while enjoying the stunning mountain scenery and numerous tunnels and viaducts. At the beginning of the 20th century, the railway used to be a part of the railway from Belgrade to Sarajevo. After enjoying the breathtaking nature, you will arrive at the ethno village Drvengrad (Wooden Town), built by prominent movie director Emir Kusturica. The village, which includes the Mećavnik Hotel, houses, galleries, shops, a cinema and a church, is made of natural materials, mostly wood. Since 2008, the village plays host to the annual Küstendorf Film and Music Festival and Drvengrad has been visited by the likes of Johnny Depp, Monica Belucci, Jim Jarmusch and many others. After exploring Drvengrad, there will be a short drive to the famous Zlatibor Mountain, home of the first royal resort in Serbia. Here you can enjoy a relaxing walk around the quaint town center of this picturesque air spa. In the evening, an enjoyable dinner of traditional Serbian food typical of the region will be served in the hotel.
Breakfast and check-out. Departure from Zlatibor in the morning, transfer to Uvac Special Natural Reserve, located between the mountains Javor and Zlatar. The main attraction of the reserve is its population of griffon vultures. The griffon vulture is a relatively rare species of bird of prey whose population in Uvac is the biggest in Europe. The bird’s wing span is about 3 m and they can weigh up to 11 kg, making it the biggest bird in Serbia. However, the griffon vulture is not the only attraction of the reserve; for centuries, the Uvac River has been making its way through the mountains, leaving deep meanders and creating caves that annually attract lots of tourists. The tour will take a boat trip and follow the river as it twists and turns through the impressive landscape, stopping at two caves called Ušak and Ledena (Ice). After the exciting boat trip, the tour will return to Zlatibor hotel overnight.
Third day will start with breakfast which is a treat for all senses. Check out from hotel. A trip on Zlatibor Mountain where you’ll enjoy pure nature. First stop is Stopića Cave, then after the cave we continue to the village Sirogojno, where the ethnological open-air museum Old Village is settled. From Sirogojno we move on to Gostilje waterfall where 20m water dropdown creates wonderful scene and cold water makes pleasant refreshment in hot summer days.
Drive to Belgrade
Check in hotel, overnight in Belgrade.
After breakfast check out from your hotel.