Europe’s new capital of cool!

“Within the space of a few minutes wandering around the side streets of Belgrade I am shown a mural depicting a beautiful woman; the tomb of an ancient Ottoman warriors; a “concept store “selling quirky designer goods that wouldn’t be out of place in Soho in London; and a cool place to stop and have a late-night-coffee-Belgrade has been quite an eye-opener.“

– Adrian Bridge, The Telegraph

“Forget London, Paris or New York, this was one of the coolest nightspots I have ever seen.“

– Metro

Belgrade Fortress

The Belgrade Fortress was built as a defensive structure on a ridge overlooking the confluence of the Sava and the Danube rivers during the period from the 2nd to the 18th century. Today the fortress is a unique museum of the history of Belgrade. The complex is made up of the Belgrade Fortress itself, divided into the Upper and Lower Town (Gornji/Donji Grad), and the Kalemegdan Park.

Because of its exceptional strategic importance, a fortification — a Roman castrum — was erected here in the 2nd century AD, as a permanent military camp for the Fourth Flavian Legion. After being razed to the ground by the Goths and the Huns, the fortification was rebuilt in the first decades of the 6th century. Less than a century later it was demolished by the Avars and the Slavs.

Around this fortification on the hill above the Sava and Danube confluence, the ancient settlement of Singidunum grew up, later to become the Slav settlement of Belgrade. On top of the Roman walls stand Serbian ramparts and on top of them, Turkish and Austrian fortifications. In the 12th century the Byzantine Emperor Manuel I Comnenus built a new castle on the Roman ruins.

Under the rule of Despot Stefan Lazarević, Belgrade became the new capital of Serbia and was reinforced by the addition of extensive fortifications to the Upper and Lower Town.

A new era began with the Austro-Turkish War. As a key fortification at the heart of the armed conflicts of the 18th century, the Fortress was rebuilt three times. Under the Austrian occupation from 1717 to 1739, and after the construction of new modern fortifications, the Belgrade Fortress was one of the most powerful military strongholds in Europe. By the end of the 18th century the Belgrade fortress had taken on its final form.

“Belgrade has an energy unlike any other city I’ve been to.”

– Jonathan Schofield, East Anglian Daily

Kalemegdan

Kalemegdan, today Belgrade’s most beautiful and largest park, was during the time that the Fortress was Belgrade’s main military stronghold, used to observe and await the enemy in battle.

Consequently its name derives from the Turkish words kale meaning ‘fort’ and meydan meaning ‘square’ or ‘field’.

Kalemegdan contains the Keys of the Belgrade Fortress memorial, the Monument of Gratitude to France, the Cvijeta Zuzorić Art Pavilion, the Music Pavilion, the Great Steps (Veliko Stepenište), the Zoo, a children’s fun fair, and a number of monuments, sculptures, sports facilities, resturants and cafés. Belgrade Fortress today is a cultural property of great importance, and a venue for frequent cultural, artistic and entertainment events.

Saint Sava Temple

Saint Sava Temple

Saint Sava Temple is the largest Orthodox temple in the Balkans. It was built in the Serb-Byzantine style and including the cross on top of the dome, it is 82 meters high. The temple is still under construction, although major works ended in 2004. Church is so big that more than 10,000 people can sit at the same time. Saint Sava Temple is known for its polyphonic bells so make sure to get to the Temple at a full hour to hear them. It is built on the place where Turks burned remains of Saint Sava. Saint Sava, born as Rastko Nemanjić, was son of Serbian ruler Stefan Nemanja and a founder of Hilandar Monastery on Athos Mountain. In 1219, he founded Serbian Orthodox Church by winning independence from Byzantium. He is considered Serbian educator, saint and patron of schools and education establishments. Although church is still under construction, you can visit it during the day and evening.

Knjeginja Ljubica Museum

Knjeginja Ljubica Museum

Because of its cultural and architectural importance the residence has been designated as a monument of culure of exceptional importance. Princess Ljubica Residence is one of the most remarkable among the preserved examples of civil architecture in the first half of the 19th century Belgrade. It was built during the period from 1829 to 1830. According to plans of Prince Milos, the Residence was supposed to have a twofold purpose – to be a home for his family, Princess Ljubica and his sons Milan and Mihailo, later rulers of Serbia and at the same time a residential palace. It was built according to ideas and under supervision of Hadzi- Nikola Zivkovic, the pioneer of Serbian building and construction.

Belgrade Panorama

Belgrade Panorama

Why not get your first impressions of the city with this quick overview of that puzzling mixture called Belgrade: oriental spices co-existing with European refinement, postmodernist glassed-in buildings, charming small houses of traditional Balkan architecture, modern alleys and boulevards contrasted with hilly and whimsically laid-out side streets.  You can visit various city quarters, including New Belgrade on the left bank of the Sava River, the luxurious residential area of Dedinje and the picturesque Old town. Between these visits we will pass en route St. Sava Church, Slavija Square, Belgrade Palace, the ‘New Court’, City hall, the Federal Parliament, Terazije street, the National Theatre, the National Museum, University, and more. You can visit the archaeological and historical site of Belgrade Fortress, Kalemegdan, the remains of the old fortifications and complete the tour with a spectacular panoramic view of the rivers.

Also you can choose the sightseeing by bus, boat or aerial view of Belgrade

Topčider

Topčider

The green and well kept Topčider Park lies in the valley of the Topčiderska river. The name Topčider is a Turkish word, originating from Persian and meaning “valley of cannons”. In fact, it was here that the Turks had makeshift foundries to cast cannons for the attack on Belgrade in 1521. In 1831 prince Miloš Obrenović gave instructions for the settlement of Topčider. He first had a manor and a church built, and these were followed by a kafana, army barracks and the park. In the first decades of 19th century the entire zone was characterized by the vineyards and summerhouses of the wealthy. Then, on the swampy ground covered by cattail and cane, the first park in Belgrade was created. Between 1831 and 1833, plane trees have been planted around prince Miloš’s manor, and they still stand. Not far from the manor is the Careva ćuprija racetrack, where horse races are held from March to October. The regulation of the Topčider river started after World War II, and in that way too, this natural complex has become the most visited excursion site of Belgrade citizens. In this beautiful, forest ambience, there are the building of the Milošev Konak, the Topčider Church, The Guard House, as well as several restaurants.

Complex of Royal Palaces

Complex of Royal Palaces

Royal Palaces at Dedinje, official residence of the Serbian royal dynasty Karadjordjević are situated in a wooded, elite part of Belgrade. Royal Palaces have been opened for public only in the past several years and represent an attractive destination for excursions.

Royal complex in Dedinje consists of Royal Palace and White Palace. Royal Palace was built in 1929 and today in this large estate lives prince Aleksandar Karadjordjević II with his wife, Princess Katarina.

The later added White Court with its outbuildings was intended for three sons of King Aleksandar I – Prince Peter (the future King Peter II and father of HRH Crown Prince Alexander), Prince Tomislav and Prince Andrej. The construction of the White Palace lasted for four years (1934 – 1937).

However, after the assassination of the King in 1934, the young King Peter II settled in the Dedinje Complex and continued to reside in The Royal Palace with his mother HM Queen Maria and his two brothers.

Royal and White Palaces have valuable collections of paintings (Rembrandt, Poussin), sculptures, and decorative objects of a great value. Royal Court houses the collection of King Aleksandar I and in the White Palace, designed in the neoclassical style, you can see objects mostly chosen by Prince regent Pavle Karadjordjević. Complex also has family church dedicated to St. Andrew the First-called, patron saint of the Karadjordjević Family. Church is interesting because of replicas of the most beautiful frescoes from Serbian monasteries Dečani and Sopoćani.

There are many more interesting places and attractions in Belgrade. Don’t hesitate to ask our staff and they will be glad to assist you!

Belgrade sightseeing tour

The Price

  • The price is 59 EUR for 1 – 2 persons
  • Surcharge for more than 2 persons is 15 EUR per person
  • The price includes:
    • A/C vehicle
    • English speaking guide

The price not includes tickets to the places that guests want to visit during sightseeing.

Program is available all year around and it lasts from 3 up to 6 hours, depending on the guest wishes and time

  • Saint Sava Temple -The largest Orthodox church in the world
  • National Library – Founded 1832.
  • Karadjordje’s Monument and Park – Leader of the First Serbian Uprising 1804.
  • Dedinje – Residential part of the town
  • House of Flowers – Museum of history of Yugoslavia, a place where the former Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito was buried
  • Park Topcider – One of the oldest parks in Belgrade, located in the valley of the river Topcider
  • Milosev konak – Built in 1831, in front of this building, there is one of the oldest and most beautiful platanus tree
  • (London plane tree) in Europe, protected as a natural rarity (it is more than 400 years old)
  • Ada Ciganlija – The Belgrade Hawaii, the river island on the 4th km from the confluence of the Sava into river Danube, Belgrade’s most popular destination in summer (200.000 visitors during weekend days)
  • New Sava bridge Ada – The most upstream Belgrade bridge across the Sava, 930 m long, 45 m wide, with a 200 m high pylon
  • Belgrade Fair – 14 halls, 100.000 m2 of exhibition space
  • The main bus and train stations, bombed buildings during NATO-bombing 1999.
  • Project “Belgrade Waterfront” – Presentation, 1.850.000 m2 of residential and offices properties
  • Sava bridge for trams – The smallest bridge in Belgrade and the only one for trams
  • Sava Centre – Congress, cultural and business centre for multifunctional activities, opened in 1979, with the largest audience in the hall for the former Yugoslavia (4.000 seats)
  • Belgrade Kombank Arena – multipurpose hall in New Belgrade intended for sports, culture, entertainment, exhibition and other events (20.000 seats)
  • Genex Tower – Western City Gate, a height of 115 m, the second highest skyscraper in Belgrade
  • Zemun (town in a town) – Gardos – located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube and representing a touristic spirit of Belgrade
  • Hotel “Yugoslavia” – opened in 1969. It was the largest and most modern hotel in former Yugoslavia
  • Grand Casino – the largest casino in the Western Balkans
  • Usce – the business and shopping centre
  • Branko’s bridge – bridge of brotherhood and unity, daily cross for 100,000 vehicles
  • Serbian Orthodox Cathedral – the biggest church in principalities of Serbia
  • Kafana “Question mark“ – One of the oldest houses and the oldest saved kafana’s in Belgrade, history on a plate
  • Konak of princess Ljubica – The most representative city house from the first half of the 19th century
  • Belgrade Patriarchate – ecclesiastical authority Serbian Orthodox Church
  • Kalemegdan Park – The largest Belgrade Park and the most important cultural and historical complex
  • Belgrade Fortress –Around this City fortress the present Belgrade grew
  • Knez Mihailo’s Street – pedestrian zone and shopping centre, the oldest and most valuable monumental urban environment
  • The Republic Square – central city square
  • Terazije Square – The most famous square in Belgrade
  • Slavija Square – The busiest square in Belgrade
  • Republic Parliament
  • The City Hall

Possible additional contents of the program

1. Belgrade by night tour

  • Skadarlija – Bohemian part of town
  • Strahinjica Bana Street – Night bar Street – Silicone Valley
  • Traditional Sava river restaurant with live music
  • Traditional Danube river restaurant with live music
  • Belgrade Kafana – Traditional Belgrade Taverna with Live Music
  • Belgrade clubbing (visiting one or more popular Belgrade night clubs)

The Price

  • The price is 39 EUR for 1 – 2 persons
  • Surcharge for more than 2 persons is 15 EUR per person
  • The price includes:
    • A/C vehicle
    • English speaking guide
    • Reservations and entrances

Program is available all year around and it lasts from 3 up to 6 hours, depending on the guest wishes and time

2. Royal Palace Complex – ROYAL PALACE Walking tour

Royal Palaces at Dedinje, official residence of the Serbian royal dynasty Karadjordjević are situated in a wooded, elite part of Belgrade. Royal Palaces have been opened for public only in the past several years and represent an attractive destination for excursions.

History of two palaces
Royal complex in Dedinje consists of Royal Palace and White Palace. Royal Palace was built in 1929 and today in this large estate lives prince Aleksandar Karadjordjević II with his wife, Princess Katarina. The later added White Court with its outbuildings was intended for three sons of King Aleksandar I – Prince Peter (the future King Peter II and father of HRH Crown Prince Alexander), Prince Tomislav and Prince Andrej. The construction of the White Palace lasted for four years (1934 – 1937). However, after the assassination of the King in 1934, the young King Peter II settled in the Dedinje Complex and continued to reside in The Royal Palace with his mother HM Queen Maria and his two brothers.

Art collection
Royal and White Palaces have valuable collections of paintings (Rembrandt, Poussin), sculptures, and decorative objects of a great value. Royal Court houses the collection of King Aleksandar I and in the White Palace, designed in the neoclassical style, you can see objects mostly chosen by Prince regent Pavle Karadjordjević. One can recognize hall of the White Court as a place in which Slobodan Milošević held political speeches during 90s. Complex also has family church dedicated to St. Andrew the First-called, patron saint of the Karadjordjević Family. Church is interesting because of replicas of the most beautiful frescoes from Serbian monasteries Dečani and Sopoćani.

The Price

  • The price is 59 EUR for 1 – 2 persons
  • Surcharge for more than 2 persons is 20 EUR per person
  • The price includes:
    • Transfer hotel-Royal Palace-hotel
    • English speaking guide
    • The Royal Palace walking tour last from 1 up to 1.5 hours
    • If the prince and princess are on the court at that day, they will welcome you.

Please note that you should take your passports with you to enter the Royal Palace

3. Tito’s VIP Blue Train

Tito’s Blue Train is a luxury train, not only favourite form of transport of Josip Broz Tito, but it hides the greatest secrets of Yugoslavia and the other world greats, kings, emperors. Who is in whose bed slept, where the Broz’s bathed and what the famous “Train of Peace” is consist of…Conference car, Bar-restaurant car, Tito’s private car, private salon, Tito’s office, bedroom, bathroom, Staff sleeping-car, generator cars, baggage… One of the most famous train in the world, that drove, until the death of his master Josip Broz, many senior officials, foreign statesmen, and hides many secrets and mysteries of the former Yugoslavia. Tito loved train travel and train was built in 1959 which he used extensively until his death in 1980. The train was used to entertain many famous guests when they visited Yugoslavia Among those who travelled on the train as Tito’s guests were Haile SelassieFrançois MitterrandYasser ArafatJawaharlal Nehru Sukarno and, in October 1972, Queen Elizabeth II. Since 1980, this beautiful train has languished in its shed just south of Topcider station outside Belgrade, kept in immaculate original condition by its dedicated railway staff, available for hire but little used.

The Price

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4. Belgrade boat cruise – the most beautiful Danube and Sava parts

During the cruise you will see Danube Horse island, Belgrade Fortress, Millennium Tower in Gardos, Sava mala, Belgrade old town, New Belgrade, Belgrade bridges with possible stop and visiting the Great War Island (200 ha), virtual museum of the river Danube, empire of intact of flora and fauna, separated with water from urban part of capital on place where the boundary of Central and Southern Europe is.

The Price

Option I

  • The price is 39 EUR for 1 – 2 persons
  • Surcharge for more than 2 persons is 15 EUR per person
  • The price includes:
    • Transfers hotel-river port-hotel
    • English speaking guiding during the regular public boat cruise

During the cruise it is possible to have Serbian traditional lunch (dinner) and it costs 20 EUR per person including welcome drink.

Option II

  • The price is 89 EUR for 1 – 2 persons
  • Surcharge for more than 2 persons is 15 EUR per person
  • The price includes:
    • Transfers hotel-river port-hotel
    • English speaking guiding during the private boat cruise
    • Rent a boat
    • Skipper

During the cruise it is possible to have Serbian traditional lunch (dinner) and it costs 20 EUR per person including welcome drink.

5. Belgrade boat cruise by night

Night adventure and cruising the Danube and Sava rivers, through it’s confluence, at the very heart of Belgrade, the magic lights of Millenium Tower and Kalemegdan Fortress, the magic glow and lights of all Belgrade bridges wich connect New and Old Belgrade from the perspective one have not opportunity to enjoy each day. Experiance romantic evening you will never forget, with possible enjoyable dinner, beverages, pleasant music and company – magic combination for special experience of Belgrade by rivers.

The Price

  • The price is 89 EUR for 1 – 2 persons
  • Surcharge for more than 2 persons is 15 EUR per person
  • The price includes:
    • Transfers hotel-river port-hotel
    • English speaking guiding during the private boat cruise
    • Rent a boat
    • Skipper

During the cruise it is possible to have Serbian traditional dinner and it costs 20 EUR per person including welcome drink.

6. Ada Ciganlija – The Belgrade Hawaii – tour by mini trainino

The ideal way to get to know Ada Ciganlija is to look around the Sava Lake (8,5 km). During the ride, touristic train will take you through the woods, near the sports playgrounds, slides, bungee, aqua ski centre, the volleyball courts on the sand, next to the beach and then return to the beginning of the trip. Ada Ciganlija Lake is surrounded by more than 7 km of well-kept shingle beaches, whose water is warmer and cleaner than in the river. The lake is ideal for mass recreation, swimming, rowing, kayaking, water polo, diving, wind-surfing and other sports, and a number of international and domestic championships have been held there. Ada Ciganlija has more than 50 open-air sports fields, including a golf course, and cable-ski circuit. There are football pitches, tennis courts, handball, volleyball and basketball courts, as well as baseball, rugby and hockey pitches. There are also beach volleyball courts and inflatable water soccer pitches, and facilities for the extreme sports of bungee-jumping, wall-climbing and paintball. For anglers there is the Ada Safari Lake, covering 6 hectares, stocked with prize and rare fish of strictly controlled quality.

The Price

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7. Kalemegdan park tour by mini trainino

Touristic mini train will take you through the Kalemegdan Park and Fortress:

Kalemegdan is Belgrade’s central park and fortress complex lying on a hill overlooking the Sava and Danube confluence, on the eastern side of the river Sava. This has been the sight of the ancient Roman city of Singidunum, the medieval and Turkish era Belgrade and was converted into a park in the middle of 19th century. It is home to several galleries and museums, restaurants, sports courts, and the Belgrade Zoo.

The Park: Besides many kilometres of paths and numerous hideouts through the park, there’s also a few playgrounds for the kids, some chess boards from the elderly, and a great wall which is a favourite spot for teens & youth with spectacular and often romantic views of sunsets, storms or other beauties of nature. In winter, the younger population goes skiing and sleigh riding on the slopes near the Zoo, or ice-skating at the court near the Sahat (Clock) tower. The park is also home to squirrels and other smaller animals which from time to time like to hang around with people, especially if you have some food to offer them.

The Price

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8. Traditional Belgrade lunch or dinner

In the most attractive quarter in the centre of modern Belgrade so-called Montmartre of Belgrade or Belgrade Plaka of Athens.

In the restaurant visitor book you can find an imposing list of more than 80 world statesmen (George Bush Senior, William Brant, Leonid Brezhnev…), almost 20 kings and emperors (Juan Carlos, Haile Selassie, Reza Pahlavi…), many princes and princesses (Prince of Nepal, Princess Margareta…) and famous businessmen (Rockfeller, Rothshield).

The Price

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9. Belgrade bicycle sightseeing tour

  • Ada Ciganlija – elongated River Island, lake 4.5 miles long; 8.5 km of bicycle paths. Because of its beauty it is called “Water Flower”. Riding around the lake.
  • Belgrade Fair – The largest space for fairs exhibitions
  • Gazela – The busiest and most important bridge in Belgrade
  • The main tran station – 1884.
  • The main bus station
  • Branko’s Bridge – Bridge of Brotherhood and Unity, built in 1979.
  • Project “Belgrade Waterfront” – the first major step in the direction of activation of great potential that Belgrade has thanks to its rivers. Visiting and presentation of the project.
  • Kalemegdan downtown – The oldest park in Belgrade and most significant cultural – historical complex.
  • Belgrade Fortress – around the fortress grew the present city of Belgrade.
  • Tower Nebojsa – The most famous tower in the Belgrade Fortress.
  • Tennis Academy “Novak Djokovic”
  • Sport Center “Milan Gale Muskatirovic”
  • Boat transportation to the Great War Island and bicycle riding presentation (200 ha), virtual museum of the river Danube, empire of intact of flora and fauna, separated with water from urban part of capital on place where the boundary of Central and Southern Europe is.
  • Boat transportation to Usce
  • Park and monument Usce – The largest Belgrade Park
  • Danube quay
  • Belgrade light lunch
  • Zemun – located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube and is a touristic soul of Belgrade.
  • Gardos – Millennium Tower – through the history it has been a symbol of power, observatory, viewpoint, and today is a place of history and culture importance
  • New Belgrade – Belgrade’s biggest municipality (450.000 inhabitants)
  • Ada Bridge – the most upstream Belgrade bridge across the Sava, 930 m long, 45 m wide, with a 200 m high pylon
  • Ada Ciganlija

The Price

  • The price is 59 EUR for 1 – 2 persons
  • Surcharge for more than 2 persons is 20 EUR per person
  • The price includes:
    • Transfer hotel-Ada Ciganlija-hotel
    • English speaking guide
    • Rent a bike
    • Boat transportations to the Great War Island

During the cruise it is possible to have Serbian traditional dinner and it costs 20 EUR per person including welcome drink.

10. Adrenaline Escape Room

The top attraction in Belgrade. You are locked in themed room and you need to find hidden clues, solve mysteries and puzzles in order to escape the room in 60 minutes. It requires no specials skills or knowledge. All you need is your perception, creativity and logic. And, of course, team working is the key. It is unique and unforgettable experience not to be missed.

The Price

  • The price is 59 EUR for 1 – 4 persons
  • The price includes:
    • Transfer hotel-Escape room-hotel
    • 1 rent a Escape room for 1 hour

11. Bungee Jumping

The only bungee jump platform in Belgrade consists of fixed crane with platform that can reach height of 55 meters. Trained professionals will perform regular health check up to determine whether you are or are not eligible to perform the jump.

The Price

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12. National Theatre and City Hall (the old Royal Palace, 1883)

Presentation of external and internal part of Theatre by theatre ballet director and welcome drink only for you on the terrace of the Theatre with beautiful panoramic view to the Republic Square, National Museum, pedestrian street – heart of Belgrade.

The Price

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13. Konak of Knjeginja Ljubica

The most representative city house from the first half of the 19th century.
Special program “A Coffee at Princess Ljubica” will be organized only for you, time after the Serbian uprisings, with a cup of coffee from the Turkish delight, in an authentic setting to hear the story of one of the most influential women in our history, details about her life and the that time in Serbia. You will be greeted by museum director, a lady who will be dressed in traditional Serbian costumes of the time in the role of Princess Ljubica.

The Price

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14. Horse riding
15. Karting (go kart)
16. Paintball
17. Bowling
18. Shooting (indoor and outdoor)
19. Belgrade Sightseeing from hot-air balloon
20. Belgrade Sightseeing by airplane
21. Cable water ski
22. Speedboat (powerboat) rides
23. Tennis centre Novak Djokovic

The Price

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Vojvodina, Novi Sad sightseeing tour

The Price

  • The price is 119 EUR for 1 – 2 persons
  • Surcharge for more than 2 persons is 15 EUR per person
  • The price includes:
    • A/C vehicle
    • English speaking guide
    • Traditional Vojvodina`s lunch

The price not includes: tickets for Museum of beekeeping, honey and wine – tasting of honey and wine (three types of red and three types of white vine, three types of honey),  tickets for Chapel of Peace, tickets for Treasury Patriarch’s Palace, tickets for the oldest Serbian Grammar School, tickets for the private underground tour of the Petrovaradin fortress, tickets for Museum of Vojvodina, tickets for Vojvodina’s ethno house.

Total cost for the tickets is 25 EUR per person.

Program is available all year around and it lasts from 8 up to 12 hours, depending on the guest wishes and time

  • Sremski Karlovci –Cultural and spiritual centre of the Serbian people
  • Museum of beekeeping, honey and wine – tasting of honey and wine – unique in our country, where you can smell the scent of wax and propolis of the pasted times and taste traditional noblest wines from Karlovci (Ausbruh, Bermet, Riesling), which were served on the Wien, and Budapest and Serbian Palace and that were located on the wine list of the Titanic 1912.
  • Chapel of Peace – For the first time in the history of world diplomacy organized the roundtable negotiations so that no one has primacy in the facade – Karlovci Peace 1698.
  • Treasury Patriarch’s Palace – a most magnificent building and one of the finest examples of kings palaces in Serbia
  • The Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas – the capital and largest Orthodox church in Karlovci
  • Karlovacka Gimnazija –The oldest Serbian Grammar School (1791)
  • Karlovci Town house
  • The Petrovaradin Fortress – The most modern fortresses in Europe in the 17th century, the underground tour of the Petrovaradin fortress, which is its biggest attraction
  • Museum of Vojvodina – The largest museum in Vojvodina (archeology, history, ethnology, art history …)
  • Zmaj Jovina Street – One of the oldest streets in Novi Sad
  • Catholic Cathedral – 76 m high
  • Square of Svetozar Miletic – the main city square
  • Novi Sad City Hall – built in 1895.
  • The Serbian National Theatre – the oldest cultural institution in Vojvodina, founded 1861.
  • Student Square – University of Novi Sad
  • Sports Centre Novi Sad
  • Boulevard of Liberation – The largest and most famous boulevard in Novi Sad
  • The main train and bus stations
  • Monastery Kovilj – 14th century
  • Titel hill – archaeological site
  • Vojvodina’s ethno house

Possible additional contents of the program

  1. Novi Sad sightseeing by boat (sunset river sightseeing)
  2. Rowing on the river Danube (Dunavac)
  3. Bird watching in Carska Bara (Carska Barameaning Imperial Swamp, is the largest individual bog in Serbia, located in the municipality of Zrenjanin. It is part of the major nature reserve, officially Special Nature Reserve “Carska Bara”).

Topola, Oplenac sightseeing tour

The Price

  • The price is 119 EUR for 1 – 2 persons
  • Surcharge for more than 2 persons is 15 EUR per person
  • The price includes:
    • A/C vehicle
    • English speaking guide
    • Traditional Sumadija’s lunch

The price not includes: tickets for Avala tower, tickets for Karadjordje’s Konak and the Church, tickets for house of king Peter I Karadjordjevic, tickets for Church in Oplenac, tickets for the Royal vinery and degustation of royal wines, tickets for cave Risovaca, tickets for Orasac.

Total cost for the tickets is 19 EUR per person.

Program is available all year around and it lasts from 8 up to 12 hours, depending on the guest wishes and time

  • Rakovica Monastery – 14th century
  • Mountain Avala – altitude 511 m
  • Monument to the Unknown Hero – All other countries have the Monument to the Unknown Soldier, only Serbia to the Unknown Hero
  • Monument to Soviet war veterans
  • Avala Tower – 205m high, the viewpoint is located at 123 meter on Avala Tower
  • Karadjordje’s konak and the church – Karadjordje’s palace and throne residence
  • House of King Petar I Karadjordjevic – Museum – Gallery of themed settings related to the Karadjordjevic dynasty
  • Church in Oplenac – mosaics covering an area of 3,500 m2, 725 pictures with 1500 figures from 60 Serbian monasteries and churches
  • The Royal wineries and vineyards – Built in 1931, where is the oldest and largest barique barrel, the oldest bottle of wine and the oldest lift in Serbia, tasting the royal wines
  • Cave Risovaca – Ace age man habitat and the most famous Palaeolithic discovery in Europe (Fossils of: bears, mammoths, rhinoceros, buffalo, lions, leopards, hyenas, deer …)
  • Park Bukovicka Spa – the most beautiful park in our country
  • Bukulja – mountain top – Viewpoint – altitude 696 m, an observation tower height of 19 m which offers a panoramic view of the Sumadija (central Serbia)
  • Orasac – First Serbian Uprising in 1804 (the church in Oplenac, Memorial school, Memorial fountain and monument of Karadjordje.

Possible additional contents of the program

  1. Visiting 5* Resort “Izvor” Arandjelovac, with Water Park
  2. Visiting “Knjaz Milos” water factory in Arandjelovac with degustation
  3. Park Bukovicka Spa and Bukulja tour by mini trainino
  4. Horse riding

Surcin Sightseeing tour by boat

The Price

  • The price is 290 EUR for 1 – 2 persons
  • Surcharge for more than 2 persons is 19 EUR per person
  • The price includes:
    • A/C vehicle
    • English speaking guide
    • Rent a boat
    • Boat skipper
    • Transfers
    • Tickets for Museum
    • Tickets for carriage riding in Bojcinska forest
    • Traditional forest lunch

Program is available all year around and it lasts from 7 up to 9 hours, depending on the guest wishes and time.

  • 1,5 hours Private Boat Cruise from Belgrade to Salas „Stremen“
  • Salas “Stremen” –an area of 6 ha, authentic place of the Vojvodina culture. As part of Salas there is a horse riding club “Stremen”, decorated ambience, recreation areas, children’s park and gardens of ethno restaurant.
  • Club “ S “ – Seamless harmony greenery, outdoor pools, tennis courts, volleyball, handball, football, basketball, so close and yet so far away from the hot and busy Belgrade asphalt.
  • Monastery Fenek – 15th century
  • Ethno house “Stajkov” – Museum exhibition of traditional farmer’s family house at the beginning of the last century.
  • Bojcinska forest – Swampy forests under state protection as a natural monument. Before traditional lunch, you will go on carriage ride through the forest next to the farm of Mangulica and horse stable
  • Farm of Mangulica – half domestic – half wild pigs, autochthonous species
  • Nautical village “Biser” – village consists of 16 houses on water from permanent material
  • 5 hours Private Boat Cruise to Belgrade

Surcin Sightseeing tour

The Price

  • The price is 79 EUR for 1 – 2 persons
  • Surcharge for more than 2 persons is 15 EUR per person
  • The price includes:
    • A/C vehicle
    • English speaking guide

The price not includes tickets to the places that guests will visit during sightseeing.

Program is available all year around and it lasts from 5 up to 6 hours, depending on the guest wishes and time.

  • Salas “Stremen” –an area of 6 ha, authentic place of the Vojvodina’s culture. As part of Salas there is a horse riding club “Stremen”, decorated ambience, recreation areas, children’s park and gardens of ethno restaurant.
  • Club “ S “ – Seamless harmony greenery, outdoor pools, tennis courts, volleyball, handball, football, basketball, so close and yet so far away from the hot and busy Belgrade asphalt.
  • Monastery Fenek – 15th century
  • Ethno house “Stajkov” – Museum exhibition of traditional farmer’s family house at the beginning of the last century.
  • Bojcinska forest – Swampy forests under state protection as a natural monument
  • Farm of Mangulica – half domestic – half wild pigs, autochthonous species
  • Nautical village “Biser” – village consists of 16 houses on water from permanent material

Possible additional contents of the program

  1. Horse riding at salas “Stremen”
  2. Carriage ride in Bojcinska forest
  3. Traditional Surcin lunch

Countryside (mountain) of Serbia tour

The Price

  • The price is 189 EUR for 1 – 2 persons
  • Surcharge for more than 2 persons is 20 EUR per person
  • The price includes:
    • A/C vehicle
    • English speaking guide

The price not includes tickets to the places that the guest will visit during sightseeing

Total cost for the tickets is 19 EUR per person.

Program is available all year around and it lasts from 10 up to 12 hours, depending on the guest wishes and time

  • Ovcar-Kablar mountains and Canyon – the mount of Athos in Serbia. Represents a unique morphological entity, its length is about 20 km, it is protected by the state as an area of exceptional importance of first category. The landscape is extraordinary landscape diversity, beauty and attractiveness.
  • Monastery “Nikolje” – Among the oldest monasteries in canyon, which is concluded by its architecture. It was first mentioned in the Turkish census from 1476, which indicates the possibility of an earlier existence.
  • Potpec cave – Unique for its monumental entrance in the shape of a horseshoe. It is assumed that the cave was a man’s habitat during the Neolithic period. In the cave were found archaeological remains: ceramics, processed deer antlers and flint tools. The Cave is protected as a natural monument.
  • Village “Zlakusa” (pottery) – Zlakusa village is not one of those villages where the locals go to live in the city but the village in which the students after graduation returned to live, work and create. 18 households cares for old pottery craft in a way that was done more than 3 centuries
  • “Terzica avlija” – Ethno park Terzic’s yard as a rural tourist household, is a kind of museum outdoors and indoors.
  • “Sarganska osmica” – The most beautiful railway in the world. The railroad was the lifeblood of linking Europe to the Adriatic Sea… From Belgrade to Dubrovnik and narrow railroad from 760 mm, from 1925. to 1974, through tunnels, over bridges and through mountain ridges formed, operated by the famous train “Cira” leaving behind distinctive odor of steam locomotive smoke…
  • Mokra gora – Nature Park “Sargan –Mokra Gora” includes mountain Tara, located 210 km from Belgrade, protected as a natural monument of first degree
  • Drvengrad – Wooden town – Ethno village, it was founded and built on the hill topping ideas by the famous film director Emir Kusturica, for the film “Life is a miracle.”

Avala and Surcin sightseeing tour

The Price

  • The price is 95 EUR for 1 – 2 persons
  • Surcharge for more than 2 persons is 15 EUR per person
  • The price includes:
    • A/C vehicle
    • English speaking guide
    • Tickets for Museum
    • Tickets for carriage riding in Bojcinska forest
    • Traditional forest lunch

Program is available all year around and it lasts from 6 up to 8 hours, depending on the guest wishes and time.

  • Rakovica Monastery – 14th century
  • Mountain Avala – altitude 511 m
  • Monument to the Unknown Hero – All other countries have the Monument to the Unknown Soldier, only Serbia to the Unknown Hero
  • Monument to Soviet war veterans
  • Avala Tower – 205m high, the viewpoint is located at 123 meter on Avala Tower
  • Salas “Stremen” –an area of 6 ha, authentic place of the Vojvodina’s culture. As part of Salas there is a horse riding club “Stremen”, decorated ambience, recreation areas, children’s park and gardens of ethno restaurant.
  • Club “ S “ – Seamless harmony greenery, outdoor pools, tennis courts, volleyball, handball, football, basketball, so close and yet so far away from the hot and busy Belgrade asphalt.
  • Monastery Fenek – 15th century
  • Ethno house “Stajkov” – Museum exhibition of traditional farmer’s family house at the beginning of the last century.
  • Bojcinska forest – Swampy forests under state protection as a natural monument. Before traditional lunch, you will go on carriage ride through the forest next to the farm of Mangulica and horse stable
  • Farm of Mangulica – half domestic – half wild pigs, autochthonous species
  • Nautical village “Biser” – village consists of 16 houses on water from permanent material

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