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Explore eastern Serbia on a full-day tour from Belgrade to Manasija Monastery, Resavska Cave, Lisine Waterfall, Krupaj Spring, and Gornjak Monastery, 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 14th century and stop at some of eastern Serbia’s natural highlights, from a scenic waterfall to crystal clear springs.
With a wealth of history waiting around every corner, exploring Belgrade is an adventure on this private sightseeing tour. Visit the Belgrade Fortress, the cobbled streets of Gardos (complete with stunning views from Millennium Tower), the markets of Zemun, and more, all before winding down at a traditional cafe.
Totally different tour than usual wine or monastery tour. You will see the most beautiful lakes, viewpoints, monuments and monasteries. You can customize this tour. Possibility to visit: Pavlovacko lake, Borkovac lake, monasteries Jazak and Mala Remeta or Kusedol. Optional lunch in the Lugarnica Restaurant, one of the best traditional restaurants on Fruška gora.
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.
Enjoy a journey through history while visiting the archaeological park of Viminacium - once a capital of the Roman province, Moesia Superior. Explore two beautiful medieval fortresses built on the Danube's banks.Learn about the Roman Empire in SerbiaExplore the biggest low-land fortress in Serbia from the 15th CenturyVisit the most beautiful 14th Century fortress built on the rock at the entrance to the Djerdap Gorge
In an unassuming railway depot south of Belgrade lies a relic of a forgotten era. Built in a time when Yugoslavia was recovering from the Second World War, this iconic blue train served to transport the country’s leaders around the different republics of Yugoslavia, and entertain foreign dignitaries so critical to the diplomatic success of the socialist nation.
Tour “Belgrade your host” is open bus tour for sightseeing, with a capacity of 90 seats (60 outdoor and 30 indoor section), equipped with audio guides in five languages: Serbian, English, French, German and Russian. Sightseeing tour lasts 70 minutes.Itinerer: Nikola Pašić Square – Knez Miloš street – Museum “25 maj” - Stadium of football club “Partizan” – Square Autokomanda – Temple of St.Sava – Square Slavija – Kralj Milan street – Square Terazije – The Republic Square – Studentski square – Park Kalemegdan – Belgrade fortress - Congregational Church – Branko´s bridge – Novi Beograd – Shopping centar Ušće – Brankov bridge – Zeleni venac market – Prizrenska street – Hotel Moskva – Nikola Pašić Square.
Stretch your legs and see the sights on this Belgrade walking tour. Your local guide will lead to the jewels of the city, including the Republic Square, Knez Mihajlova - pedestrian zone, Belgrade Fortress, Cathedral Church, Question Mark Tavern, etc. Get an in depth look at Belgrade’s attractions and contemporary culture on a half an hour/one-hour walking tour. The guide conveniently meets you on the Republique Square before you set off to visit the city’s most popular sights. - Get a comprehensive overview of the city in just one hour- Innovative stories, interactive participation encouraged- Overview of 800-year long Serbian History and Culture- Small group for walking tour
Discover Belgrade's subterranean secrets on a 2.5-hour walking tour, led by an expert local guide. Go below ground to experience intriguing underground fortifications, spooky tunnels, and bunkers and caves carved out through the ages, from Roman times to the 20th century. Inspect the remnants of a Roman fortress and well; see a gunpowder warehouse built by Austrian forces to defend against the Ottoman Empire; and explore a military bunker from the time of the Cold War.
Enhance your sightseeing experience of Belgrade, Serbian beautiful capital city, on a 2-hour introductory sightseeing tour. Climb aboard a comfortable, climate-controlled coach and pass all of the city’s historical highlights while listening to entertaining audio commentary. See all of Belgrade's major highlights, see the most city's great museums and learn more about Serbian rich history.
Retrace history along the Danube River during this full-day, guided tour. See the Smederevo Fortress, a medieval stronghold built in 1430, visit the Roman city of Viminacium, and look out over the 62-mile (100-kilometer) Djerdap Gorge from Djerdap National Park. See the Golubac Fortress, a walled medieval town built on a ridge at the river’s edge and walk in the oldest urban settlement in Europe.
If you’d like to see more of Europe but are short on time, add a new country to your list with a guided day trip to Nis, Serbia’s third city. Stop at the Skull Tower, a bizarre monument embedded with human skulls, then explore highlights of the Old Town from Nis Fortress to Cair’s Fountain. Your tour includes lunch and door-to-door round-trip transfers.
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 Krusedol Monastery, Sremski Karlovci, Novi Sad, and more. The comprehensive itinerary also includes a tasting at a local winery.
If you are interested in both, nature and history than this is the perfect tour for you. See all popular landmarks in Nis, a city famous for being a birthplace of the greatest Roman Emperor ever - Constantine the Great, and admire one of the most attractive natural phenomena within Balkans while visiting Devil's Town.
Immerse yourself in the long and fascinating history of the city of Nis during this full-day, guided tour that includes a visit to the towering stone formations in Devil’s Town (Djavolja Varos). See old world and modern life collide in the fortress city of Nis. The birthplace of Roman Emperor, Constantine the Great, this city has been the site of many historically significant events.
This private insider walking tour takes you to Belgrade’s favorite coffee house in the Dorćol quarter, followed by tastings at a local bakery and the famous Bajloni Market. Aided by your new knowledge of Serbian food, you’ll feast on an 8-course meal prepared by one of the city’s best chefs. After lunch, your guide will lead you to your hotel or show you around other parts of the city.
Discover why street art has become part of the modern art movement during this half-day walking tour with an art historian guide. Walk the streets on route to the Sava River bank and keeping your eyes peeled for hidden works of art along the way. Follow your guide to key pieces of graffiti and street art and learn how this movement is impacting culture and the broader art world.
Delve into the history of Communist Yugoslavia on this walking tour. Learn Learn about Belgrade post-WWII from you guide as you stroll the streets of the city. Hear about Josip Broz Tito, the leader of Yugoslavia, and listen to the urban legends of the era. Visit the Yugoslav History Museum. Go on a round-trip trolley ride.
Discover the highlights of Belgrade and visit locals-only spots on a 5-hour walking tour. Follow your guide to top monuments, such as Republic Square and Brankov Bridge. In addition to visiting the city’s historical attractions, you also experience Belgrade like a local. Travel - free of charge - by public transit to lesser known neighborhoods and learn about contemporary culture. Leave with exclusive tips for things to see, do, and eat.
Our tour with an E-Scooters is unique way to feel Belgrade streets, learn and taste its booming Craft scene. In recent months, Belgrade has established itself as a new, trendy destination for craft beer enthusiasts and in our tour you can visit three local tap rooms and breweries and try a variety of different beers, served alongside numerous tips on how to make beers of such a rich and flavourful taste.Local breweries are also creative when it comes to craft beer names, as well as their packaging design.Want to take a sip of the First Serbian Craft Uprising? Book our tour on E-Scooter and you will learn everything about Serbian craft scene and try the best Serbian craft beers.
Delve into Belgrade’s Jewish history with an art historian guide. Visit Jewish Historical Museum and learn about the history of Jews in the former Yugoslavia. Walk to the Jewish quarter Dorchol and pause at a Holocaust memorial. Then travel by air-conditioned vehicle to a Sephardic Jewish cemetery. Pause at an old tavern for a refreshment break before stopping by Belgrade’s only functioning synagogue.
Discover the natural wonders and medieval history of Serbia on on a 10-hour tour from Belgrade. Comfortable round-trip transportation from your hotel spares you the stress of public buses and timetables. Simply relax and take in the sights of the Reasavna Valley. Enjoy guided visits to the 15th-century Manasija Monastery and 80 million year old Resava Cave, with ample time to ask questions and take pictures.
Take in the city of Belgrade on foot and by car during this half-day, guided tour that includes entrance into the Museum of Yugoslavia. See the embassy buildings lining the sides of Prince Milos street before touring the artifacts at the Museum of Yugoslavia. Stand in the city’s Slavija Square and Republic Square where locals come together and meet in view of the National Theatre.
Get to know Belgrade’s streets, shops, restaurants and more during this half-day, guided walking tour. Learn your way around and get see the city in action as you hear about Serbian history and culture at the Old Palace, Nikola Pasic Square, Republic Square and more.