1. A route to Travel Serbia2. Solve transportation problems Studenica Monastery, Uvac Canyon3. Take advantage of the modern city of Novi Sad4. whatsapp follow up, quality service5. Belgrade Hotel Transfer
As the largest city in western Romania, Timisoara has been influenced by many cultures. It was used as a crossroads fortress by the Romans, conquered by the Turkish armies in 1552, and came under Austrian rule for two centuries in the early 18th century. Its eventful past has left its mark in Timisoara, and influences from many cultures can be seen in neighbourhoods throughout the city. Settled on the northern bank of the Bega River, the charm of this city lies in its distinct architectural character and vibrant cultural life. Often referred to as “Little Vienna,” Timisoara is home to year-round musical and theatrical performances, art galleries, and museums. It was also the first European city (second in the world only to New York City) to use electricity to illuminate its public streets.
Explore the highlights of Belgrade on a private 4-hour city tour. As you drive and walk between the sights, build an overview of the city’s turbulent history and architecture from your guide. Learn about Serbia’s two royal dynasties at the Royal and White Palaces, and the City Assembly, the Old Palace of Serbia’s first king. Discover the Church of St Sava, Serbia’s largest Orthodox church; take in pedestrianized Prince Mihailo Street; and stroll around the old, cobblestoned Kosancicev venac quarter past Princess Ljubica’s Residence, St Michael’s Church and other sights.
Our tour starts from your accommodation, and we head toward Western Serbia.Two and a half hours ride, we will reach “The House on the Drina,” an isolated house made of logs on a river stone.We will leave the house behind us, and continue our trip just in time to make it for the departure of the famous Sargan Eight scenic train. Unique narrow-gauge railway nowadays serves only for the amusement. During our ride, we will pass and stop On several viewpoints from which one can see fabulous views over Mokra Gora.After almost two and a half hour ride we are returning to the departing station from where we continue our journey to the nearby Mećavnik, or Drvengrad (Wooden City). The famous director Emir Kusturica (two times Palme D'Or in Cannes winner) To build it during the shooting of his film “Life is a miracle.”After the meal, we will head back for Belgrade where we will arrive late in the afternoon.
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.
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.
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.
This tour give you the opportunity to see the Northern part of Serbia, the second largest city in Serbia, Novi Sad in very short time. Also, visit very charming town, Sremski Karlovci, very important for our history, culture and taste one of the famous vines.
This is the ideal tour for travelers who’d like to see the best of Belgrade in a day. Save hours researching your trip by having a full itinerary planned out for you. After a convenient pickup, you’ll travel with a guide between dispersed sites. See all of Belgrade's major highlights, see the most city's great museums and learn more about Serbian rich history.
Turn a layover into a day of sightseeing with this full-day, guided tour that includes pickup and drop-off at the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. See the old world and modern life and stretch your legs while wandering the castle-like Belgrade Fortress learning about its history from your guide. Overlook the Sava and Danube rivers, the Republic Square in the bustling city center and more.
Get oriented in Belgrade as soon as you arrive on this tour. Meet your guide in the airport arrivals hall and head out into the city in an air-conditioned vehicle. As you cruise down the streets of Belgrade, see landmarks and highlights including New Belgrade, Old Town, Belgrade Cathedral, Republic Square, Prince Milos Street, Tito's Memorial, Dedinje, and St. Sava Church. Travel by vehicle to your Belgrade hotel at the end of the tour.
Visit exciting historical and natural attractions on private full-day tour from Belgrade. Beginning at your hotel, private transportation allows you to travel in comfort and reach multiple remote destinations in one day. Discover natural wonders like the halls of Stopica Cave and the remote Gostilje waterfall. Travel back in time at the ethnological open-air museum while your guide narrates. Finally, enjoy authentic Serbian cuisine (at your own expense) at a family restaurant.
This tour is great option if you would like to go off the beaten path, travel in 4×4 SUV vehicles and explore the most interesting mountain ranges near Belgrade city. Beside nature, this may be perfect opportunity for you to experience life in old villages of Serbia!
Delve into Serbia’s ancient and medieval past on a full-day tour to Viminacium and Smederevo Fortress from Belgrade. Travel with a driver-guide and visit the archaeological park at Viminacium, one-time capital of the Roman province Upper Mesia and site of a military camp. Follow a guide around the relics, including the necropolis and fortified walls, and see artifacts dating to the 1st century AD. Next, explore Smederovo Fortress, a 15th-century fort built on the River Danube by prince Djuradj Brankovic, before finishing with lunch at a local restaurant.
Go back in time to learn the history of Belgrade and see how modern life in the city unfolds today during this private, half-day tour. See the Belgrade Fortress and snap a photo where the Save and Dunube rivers meet. Wander in the city center taking in monuments, architecture, and tour the incredible Saint Sava Cathedral.
Short stay? No worries, take the ride and enjoy! Explore Belgrade from the comfort of our car and see over 30 attractions. This exclusive and private tour will show you all the important historical, cultural and commercial sights of the city. Hear the history behind bombing scars, visit Sent Sava Cathedral - the second largest Orthodox church in the world, walk along the Danube and visit Zemun- a historically rich city that was absorbed by Belgrade in the 1930s. Learn about city squares, bridges, parks, museums...Languages offered for all tours: English, Russian, Greek, Turkish, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Polish, Hungarian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Swedish, Norwegian and Danish.
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.
Step into a classic VW Beetle for a private tour of Belgrade’s Old City and New City, with stops to see the Kalemegdan Fortress, Saint Sava Orthodox Cathedral, the Memorial of Marshall Tito, and more. Exploring the city with a personal guide means you’ll get the inside scoop on local history, Belgrade culture, and quirky landmarks; a handpicked list of photo stops is perfect for capturing the city's best angles.
Belgrade E-bikes is strongly committed to a sustainable way of living. This coincide with the fact that e-bike tour is the best way to get about the City with its beautiful sights and history. This could not be exercised by pedal bikes because Belgrade is relatively hilly and hard to cruise. Our moto is “Relax and enjoy your surroundings” knowing you’re in safe hands as you ride with our knowledgeable e-guide application. This is the perfect opportunity to discover the rich history that makes Belgrade so extraordinary. E-guided tours are not only fun, but informative and designed for all skill levels.Enjoy our unique Electric Bike E-Guided Tour across the city! The tour features our custom electric bikes with a strong pedal assist. This tour is great for riders who want direction from our e-guide software and are looking for a boost up any hills. Alternatively you can opt for hourly rentals and use our bikes on your own wishes
If you’re short on time in Belgrade or want an overview of the city to help plan your sightseeing, this half-day tour is ideal. Visit the historic capital of Serbia and enjoy flat rate pricing, while learning about history, culture, and daily life in the city. You’ll take in the city’s top sites and neighborhoods, including the The Republic Square, St. Sava Temple, Royal Compound, Old Town, the Belgrade Fortress and much more, with a flexible departure from your hotel.- 2-hour Belgrade walking tour with English speaking host- 2-hour Belgrade panoramic tour (by vehicle) with an audio guide- Learn about Serbian culture and history from a local- Possibility of pick-up and drop-off hotel transfer service
See the most specific examples of Yugoslav architecture that triggered the hype at the exhibition at MoMa in New York.Hear about it from the guide who has not just studied it, but actually lived in it. Understand how, in the years from 1948 to 1980, the architecture and urban planning helped shape the society of Yugoslavia and New Belgrade as its capital city.
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.