Kutrubes Travel offers a 7-day tour to Serbia, which lies in the very center of the Balkans and in the crossroads of land and river routes from Western Europe to Asia Minor. Belgrade, the capital, is a lively vibrant city. Its medieval gates, Orthodox churches, Muslim tombs, and Turkish baths are all remainders that here in Serbia East meets West. Experience the culture and sights of present day Serbia with Kutrubes Travel. Combine a visit to Serbia with other Balkan States of Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Romania, and Bulgaria, Albania or Macedonia.
2017 Land Cost Per Person (double occupancy)
Available Anytime – $2275
Single Supplement: $296
This tour operates with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 10 travelers. Other group rates available on request.
- Motor coach and services of driver and guide throughout
- Entrance fees
- Airport transfer
- Sightseeing tours, tour-guide and private car
- Local taxes
- Museum tickets
Price Does Not Include:
- Airfare (unless otherwise arranged)
- Departure and custom fees
- Gratuities and individual daily expenses
- Additional beverages
- Travel insurance
- Trip cancellation
- Medical and luggage insurance are recommended for coverage against all unforeseen circumstances
Arrival Belgrade. Transfer to 4* hotel. Free day to explore Belgrade. You will visit Kalemegdan fortress, Knez Mihajlo Street, Terazije Square, Nikola Tesla Museum, and Memorial Center of Josip Broz Tito. Lunch in the restaurant ? (Question Mark), the oldest restaurant in Belgrade. The Serbian capital is one of the oldest towns in this part of Europe. The remains of its long and turbulent history still exist on a hill overlooking the mouth of two rivers, the Sava and Danube. Dinner and overnight. (L, D)
After breakfast, visit the town museum of Sremski Karlovci and the nearby monastery of Krusedol, first founded in 1509. After lunch visit Petrovaradin fortress with a great panoramic view of the city. Continue with the sightseeing of Novi Sad, the economic, political, and cultural capital of Vojvodina Province. Novi Sad lies on a strategic location on a bend in the Danube and retains a Hungarian atmosphere from years of Habsburgs rule. Dinner and overnight at a 5* hotel. (B, L, D)
After breakfast, visit the Smederevo fortress on the Danube River, the wooden church Pakajnica, and the monasteries Ravanica (14th century) and Manasija (15th century). Lunch at Moravski Konaci Restaurant. In the afternoon visit Vmjacka Banja, the best tourist center in Serbia. Dinner and overnight in Novi Sad. (B, L, D)
Morning departure to visit the monasteries of Zica (13th century), Studenica (12th century), and Sopocani (13th century), which are UNESCO heritage sites. Lunch, dinner, and overnight at a 4* hotel in Mt. Zlatibor. (B, L, D)
After breakfast visit the wooden town Mecavnik (home of the famous film producer, Emir Kusturica), drive by narrow track train Cira, and visit Open Air Museum Sirogojne. After lunch visit the ethno household Terzica Avlija. Dinner with folklore performance and overnight in this household. (B, L, D)
After breakfast drive to the rural household Villa Melody to visit the memorial of the Karadjordjevic dynasty and home of King Petar I in Oplenac. Karadjordje was the leader of the first Serbian uprising against the Turks in 1804 and the founder of the Karadjordjevic Dynasty in Oplenac. Next enjoy wine degustation in the king’s cellar and visits to the church with wonderful icons. Return to Belgrade for dinner and overnight. (B, L, D)
After breakfast transfer to the airport. (B)
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