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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.
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.
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.
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.
This tour gives you in depth perspective of social and demographic changes in the region due to historic turmoils through centuries up to these days. We will visit all the significant places which are the evidences of these changes. It will help you to better understand the cultural and historical context of Europe
Take a break from the busy streets of Belgrade on a private sightseeing tour of Topola. With comfortable end to end transportation and a private guide, the tour offers a comprehensive look at Serbia’s eventful history across the19th and 29th centuries. You’ll get free entry to all museums you visit, including St. George’s Church and King Peter’s House. Finally, enjoy a wine tasting at the Royal Winery.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The driver/guide will pick you up from the hotel or any location of your preference in Skopje. Although it is a longer ride, taking the new highway we will be there in approximately 4 and a half hours. We will start the tour at the House of flowers, the Mausoleum and a final resting place of the former president of Yugoslavia, Josip Bros Tito. We will visit the St Sava church on the Vracar plateau, a grandiose Orthodox Church. On our way to the Knjaz Mihajlova Street we will see: Slavija Square, the National Assembly of Serbia, the City Assembly of Belgrade (Old Palace), Terazije Square and we stop at the Republic Square. We will walk across the Knjaz Mihajlova Street for a possible lunch and a coffee break. We will continue with a visit of the Kalemegdan Fortress. We will see the wonderful view of the confluence of the rivers Sava and Danube, the sport terrains, the monuments and museum inside the gates. At the end we will get back in our comfortable vehicle and return to Skopje.
In two days we will see the best in Serbia. We will experience Belgrade, the city with a rich history and, for some, the city with the best nightlife in the world. We will visit Novi Sad as well, the hometown of the Exit festival.
Farmers Market Food Tour is the best answer to the question What and Where to Eat in Belgrade.All you need to know and taste in 90 minutes.You'll taste seven local specialties and understand where they come from and what is their tradition.Besides having delicious bites, you will taste real Belgrade in a wider sense. You'll see how the locals socialise, pick groceries, sip coffees and take it easy.The guide will show you the bistros and the restaurants that locals love. The eateries where family and friends get together, or the innovative places that promote new cuisine.Take the tour and take away the taste of Belgrade!
• Pickup at your accommodation in time that suit you • 30 min of driving in nice and comfortable car • sightseeing of Unknown hero monument and park around it on top of the Avala mountain • View from Avala tower (2,5€ tickets are not included in price) • Lunch in the Avala mountaineers club restaurant(lunch is not included in price)
Admire some of Serbia's most elegant towns and examples of Hungarian secession architecture — Art Nouveau — on a privately guided full-day tour from Belgrade. Travel to the beautiful towns of Palic, Subotica and Sombor, famous for their handsome buildings and Art Nouveau styles. Explore Palic’s Great Park with its intriguing Water Tower and other highlights, and visit Subotica to admire its Synagogue, Ferenz Raichl mansion and more. Take in Sombor’s sumptuous City Hall and other buildings; learn about the secessionist movement, and enjoy a traditional farmstead lunch before returning to Belgrade.
Discover the fascinating history behind Serbian Cyrillic on a private 10-hour tour from Belgrade. The full-day excursion is perfect for language-lovers, history buffs, and travelers who want a more holistic picture of Serbia. Private transportation takes you to Trsic, the birthplace of language reformer Vuk Karadzic. The linguistic tour also includes a stop at a WWI battlefield, a scenic stroll to a monastery, and a homemade Serbian lunch (own expense).
The only gastro tour in Belgrade where you meet the softer side of the communist leader like no other! Visit Tito's museum - mausoleum, taste dishes that Tito's chef invented for him and learn to cook one of them, a superstar steak of the Serbian cuisine.
Leave the crowds of Belgrade behind on a private 4-hour tour to Kovacica. The quaint Serbian village has a long history dating back to 1802. It’s also the birthplace of Naive Art, which began in the area after World War II. Visit local art galleries and workshops for a behind the scenes look at the unique form of art. Later, visit the home and workshop of a distinguished violin maker.
Drive a vintage Yugo, the iconic car beloved in the former Yugloslavia, around Belgrade’s outskirts on this fun 6-hour private tour. After a practice drive, get behind the Yugo’s wheel, and with your guide beside you, drive up the nearby slopes of Mt. Avala. Trace the winding roads to the top, and climb the Avala Tower to enjoy stupendous views over the city. Lastly, wind through the lush green woodlands of Šuplja Stena to enjoy some delicious Serbian or international food at a restaurant before driving back to Belgrade.
Petrovaradin NOVI SAD Next we cross to the right side of the Danube cost and go to Petrovaradin, to Petrovaradin Fortress. Founded on the grounds of a medieval edifice, the fortress was built by the Austrians in the 17th and 18th century as pillar of defense against the invasion of the Turks. They call it the “Gibraltar of Danube”, because of its position. Today the fortress is famous for the most prestigious European music festival “Exit”.
This is a rakija and street food tour around Belgrade. For the start, l will explain to you how to sense and taste rakija's like a real sommelier. This is our national drink and we are one of the best fruit brandy producers in the world. l will share with you only the finest ones so you can taste only unique aromas and exceptional flavors. After a few rakija's you will feel like professional and cheers for that! During our pleasant walk, l will show you how Belgrade has been destroyed and build up again 17 times. We will see all the most important sights in the city center and better understand the past. That is why l prepared for you a photo guide and it will be very useful during the walk. It will show us how Belgrade has changed during the time and l will explain to you a lot of urban stories. In the end, we will have rakija cocktails at the Riddle bar so we can relax and enjoy it. Cheers!!!
The Fortress is the #1 attraction of Belgrade. Why go with us? To get beyond the obvious. You'll see the big picture and get the epics of Belgrade.You'll grasp the physical and cultural border between the Balkans and Central Europe. You'll discover traces of empires who were building and destroying Belgrade.And there is more than meets the eye: the mysterious underground chambers! Let us take you to a 2000-years-long journey in just over two hours.