Explore eastern Serbia on a full-day tour from Belgrade to Manasija Monastery, Resavska Cave, Lisine Waterfall, and Krupaj Spring, linking up widely scattered sites that would be difficult to reach without private transport. With just one day outside of Belgrade, you'll find history that stretches back to the 15th century and stop at some of eastern Serbia’s natural highlights, from a scenic waterfall to crystal clear springs.
Discover the wild landscapes and rich cultural heritage of Northern Serbia on a full-day tour of the Vojvodina province from Belgrade. Sample delicious local cakes and admire the beautiful baroque architecture of Sremski Karlovci, visit the magnificent Petrovaradin Fortress on the banks of the Danube River, and explore historic Novi Sad, Serbia’s second-largest city.
Follow the Danube River from Belgrade to the Iron Gates on a full-day tour that includes some of the region’s top sites. Discover medieval fortifications at Golubac Fortress, learn about ancient history at the Lepenski Vir Museum, and sample traditional products. Along the way, enjoy beautiful views of a scenic part of eastern Serbia.
If you only take one tour in Belgrade make it this one—the ‘Big Tour’ offers a comprehensive itinerary packed with all the highlights of the Serbian capital. With an expert guide and a small group of just 8 travelers, visit the Old Town and New Belgrade; explore the atmospheric neighborhoods of Zemun, Dedinje, and Avala; and see sights including the Church of Saint Sava, Belgrade Fortress, the House of Flowers, and Avala Tower.
Visiting the city of Novi Sad and the town of Sremski Karlovci from Belgrade can be tricky without hiring a car. See both hassle-free on this day tour in an air-conditioned minivan. Depart from your Belgrade hotel with a guide and travel to Fruska Gora and Krusedol Monastery. Taste traditional wines in Sremski Karlovci and stroll through the scenic streets of Novi Sad.
Embark on this private day tour of Serbia and its majestic sights. See the slopes of Fruska Gora and Sremski Karlovci, which are significant places for Serbia’s history, culture, and national heritage. Meet the famous Petrovaradin fortress and enjoy a splendid view over Danube river. Try world-known Bermet wine combined with domestic specialties at a local household.
✅ Enjoy the picturesque scenery of Fruska Gora National Park
✅ Meet famous Monasteries Krusedol and Grgeteg and learn more about their turbulent history
✅ Explore the town of Sremski Karlovci and admire its baroque architecture
✅ Unique gastronomy and wine experience at a local household
✅ See magnificent Petrovaradin fortress and Novi Sad
✅ Enjoy a personalized experience with a private guide
Dive deeper into Serbian culture and history on a full-day tour to Vojvodina Province. All-inclusive round trip transportation from your hotel allows you to visit more points of interest at a comfortable pace. Enjoy guided tours of Sremski Karlovci, Novi Sad, and more. The comprehensive itinerary also includes a tasting at a local winery.
Discover the natural beauty and history of Western Serbia during this full-day, guided tour that gets you out of the bustling city and into the countryside. Visit ethno-villages like the five-hectare Terzica avlije which serve as an open-air museum dedicated to preserving traditions, architecture, and old ways of life in Serbia. Hop on the old Sargan Eight train (available April to October) and pass over bridges and tunnels to Kustendorf.
If you are ready to see the River Danube from a completely unique point of view, you have chosen the right tour for you. The tour starts with the visit to Golubac which is located in a fantastic location, at the very entrance of the Djerdap Gorge. Djerdap Gorge or the Iron Gate is one of the most impressive sights on the old continent. After the Djerdap Gorge, we visit Lepenski Vir, one of the biggest and most important prehistoric archeological sites of the Stone Age.
As an icing on the cake is Kapetan Mišin Breg, an authentic, traditional Serbian farm, where you will be able to enjoy local specialties, as well as a traditional Serbian drink, rakija, all along enjoying the spectacular view from this hill, from which you can see most of Djerdap gorge.
Discover the often overlooked and seriously underrated sights of Western Serbia on a 12-hour tour from Belgrade. With comfortable round-trip transportation and a guide on hand at all times, you’re able to get off the beaten tourist path without losing your way. Itinerary highlights include the Kapija Podrinja viewpoint, House on the Drina, Sargan Eight Scenic Train, and Mećavnik, a wooden city built as a film set.
Both around 125 miles (200 kilometers) from Serbia's capital, it’s a quite some drive or bus trip to the Tara National Park and Drina River Valley from Belgrade. Bypass rental cars and bus-hopping with this small-group tour, which covers both scenic wonders in a day. Plus, you’ll get a guide to take you to highlights such as the House on the Rock and Banjska Rock, and who’ll also deliver detail and background that you’d probably miss if going it alone.
Experience the Serbian capital like a true Belgrader on a private 2- to 6-hour walking tour. The itinerary is entirely up to you and can include the city’s top attractions, hidden corners, popular neighborhoods, and more. Along the way, learn about local culture and history. Before you part ways, your enthusiastic guide provides suggestions on what to see, do, and eat during the remainder of your visit.
Discover the medieval monasteries and natural wonders of Eastern Serbia on this full-day tour of the Pomoravlje province from Belgrade. Admire the 14th-century architecture and stunning frescoes of Ravanica monastery, visit the 15th-century Manasija monastery, then venture underground to explore the ancient Resava cave.
Experience the most important landmarks in Belgrade on this half-day walking tour. Learn about Belgrade’s history from your guide as you stroll the streets. See highlights that include Saint Sava Temple, Saint Sava Church, the monument dedicated to Karadorde Petrovic, and Kalemegdan. Admire the views of the Sava and Danube Rivers.
Travel through time as you cruise down the Danube on a full-day tour from Belgrade. Comfortable transportation takes you from your hotel to the national park. Listen as your guide gives you the stories behind points of interest from 8,000 BCE, the Roman era, 14th century, and more. It's a chance to experience - and photograph - the lesser known natural and manmade wonders of Serbia.
From the Petrovaradin Fortress, you will have an unforgettable view of the entire Novi Sad city. Walking through the oldest streets of ”Serbian Athens”, admiring magnificent baroque, classical, neo-gothic buildings, and colorful facades, you will fall in love with its grace atmosphere and its inhabitants.
Pause for traditional lunch is planned around 1 pm (own expense).
We will show you the oldest national park in Serbia – Fruska Gora. While enjoying the landscapes of its beautiful slopes, we will visit the monastery New Hopovo and The Freedom monument.
Our next stop will be the small town of Sremski Karlovci where we will visit the oldest high school in Serbia, the famous fountain "4 lions", and the Orthodox cathedral.
At the end of this exciting adventure, we are going to the local wine cellar. The red one was a favorite drink of Empress Maria Theresa and the legend says it was sold on Titanic as well!
Roundtrip private transportation brings you from Belgrade to Mokra Gora. Film buffs will be excited to visit the village that director Emir Kusturica built for the award-winning film Life is a Miracle. Take the famous Sargan Eight train ride with your guide and experience Serbia’s natural wonders. Winter visitors will enjoy an alternative trip to the popular Zlatibor Mountain.
This tour will be an amazing bohemian day off, for people who enjoy the beautiful scenery and good wine. You can’t go wrong with visiting the Serbian Tuscany. This tour includes the visit to some of the most important sights in Serbian history, the first of which is Krušedol Monastery. Krušedol Monastery is a pearl of all the monasteries in Fruška Gora and the most beautiful one. After Krušedol, we visit Sremski Karlovci a small whimsical city, built in a baroque style. This city of just 10.000 people has over 30 wineries. We finish the tour with a visit to Petrovaradin Fortress and the city of Novi Sad. Petrovaradin Fortress is the second-largest fortress on the Danube River, nicknamed Gibraltar of the Danube and from the top of the fortress, you will enjoy the amazing and breathtaking view of the city of Novi Sad. In the city of Novi Sad, we will visit the Theatre square, the Liberty square, Zmaj Jovina Street, and the Name of Mary Church, as well as Saint George’s Cathedral.
Follow the Danube River to Golubac Fortress, Iron Gate Gorge, and Lepenski Vir on a full-day tour from Belgrade. Combining the sites is a fascinating glimpse of the many cultures that have thrived along the Danube and it’s a straightforward way to reach the widely scattered destinations outside Belgrade's city limits.
Journey a long way from Belgrade and see some incredible natural scenery in Western Serbia without having to lift a finger with this private day trip. Traveling in your private vehicle you’ll first reach the picture-postcard sight of Drina River House, a small cabin stranded on a tiny island in the river. Then it’s on to Tara National Park, a Serbian national park with sweeping vistas of the Drina River Gorge.
Explore one of Serbia’s natural treasures with the bonus of a guide’s commentary and free from transport hassles on this tour from Belgrade. Admire the scenery as an air-conditioned vehicle whisks you to Zlatar Lake and then to Uvac Nature Reserve, famous for its serpentine river and griffon vultures. Cruise the river, visit caves (subject to availability), look for vultures overhead and visit a viewpoint high above the meanders. Finish with lunch (own expense) at a mountain restaurant before returning.
The Tara National Park is home to some of Serbia’s most impressive natural scenery and lies just a few hour’s drive from Belgrade. On this tour, travel in the comfort of a private vehicle and enjoy a customizable itinerary. Stop at viewpoints including Perucac lake, Banjska rock, and Zaovine Lake; visit the traditional village of Mecavnik, a film set built by director Emir Kusturica; and enjoy a short hike in the Serbian Alps.
Discover a city steeped in history on a full-day trip from Belgrade to Niš, where you’ll have a flexible mix of guided tours and free time. Coordinating a tour of Niš with round-trip transport from Belgrade saves time in transit; that means you’ll spend more of the day exploring, from the Niš Fortress to the grim Skull Tower, the Archeological Hall, and the Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp.