Explore the Balkans culture through its history, cuisine and people.
Best of Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina & Montenegro. Visit these three charming Balkan countries, learn about its history, tradition and culture directly from its locals.
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Arrival in Belgrade. Sightseeing of Belgrade – by bus, walk, boat and underground, and Belgrade Fortress on the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. Visit the Ruzica Church – Rose church, a military church built in the 19th century in a former gunpowder storage on the Belgrade Fortress, followed by a visit to an Army Bunker dated from the 1940’s. We will pass through a tunnel in the direction to a Wine Cellar in a cave dated from the 19th century – wine tasting time. Coffee break at „?“ restaurant – question mark, the oldest traditional restaurant – kafana, in Belgrade dated from 1823. Visit the Red Star Football Club Stadium that won the European Cup and Intercontinental Cup in 1991; the St. Sava’s Temple – largest Orthodox Christian Church in the world.
Lunch at a wooden hut restaurant on the confluence of Sava and Danube Rivers and view to the Belgrade Fortress. Cruise on the Sava and Danube Rivers followed by dinner at a Serbian traditional restaurant from the 19th century located at the Skadarlija Bohemian street. End the day and overnight in Belgrade.
Tour Day in Eastern Serbia. Visit the Smederevo Fortress – the largest lowland fortress of Europe; and the Archaeological site of Viminacium – a former Roman military camp. Lunch by the Silver Lake and visit the medieval Golubac Fortress – where the Danube is widest – 6,5km, just before the Djerdap Gorge – the largest gorge in Europe, 99km long – where the Danube is deepest – more than 90 meters. Visit the Archaeological Site of Lepenski Vir, the oldest urban settlement in Europe dated 7000 years b.c. Return to Belgrade and dinner in a Serbian traditional restaurant. End the day and overnight in Belgrade.
Tour Day in Northern Serbia. Visit the Sremska Mitrovica Town – a former Sirmium, one of the four capitals of the Roman Empire and place of birth or death of Roman emperors, follows a visit to the Emperor’s Palace. Visit the Zasavica Natural Reserve, sightseeing from the boat and special lunch: stew made of Mangulica, a rare type of pig from the 19th century. Visit the Fruska Gora Mountain, the Krusedol Monastery – built in the 16th century as the legacy of Branković Family, the last Serbian despot family of Srem. The entire family including Đurađ Branković and Stefan Lazarević, as well as two patriarchs of the Serbian Orthodox Church, were buried in Krušedol monastery.
The tour continues with the departure to the small baroque town of Sremski Karlovci and sightseeing of the Patriarch’s Palace, followed by the local wine tasting in a traditional wine cellar. Visit the city of Novi Sad and it’s dominant Petrovaradin Fortress, the second largest fortress in Europe, built by the Austrians in the 17th century. Return to Belgrade followed by dinner in a restaurant by the Danube River, with live music and excellent atmosphere. End the day and overnight in Belgrade.
Check Out and Tour Day in Western Serbia. Visit Sargan Railroad with a coffee break at the beautiful Divcibare Mountain, known as “aerial SPA”. Lunch at a Serbian traditional restaurant, with specialties typical from Western Serbia and rakia tasting. Stop at Mokra Gora Village on the Tara Mountain and ride through part of the old touristic railway called Sargan Eight dated from 1925 – a narrow-gauge railway that passes through 22 tunnels, over 5 bridges, and overcome the altitude difference of 300 meters in a total distance of 15km. After, we will visit ethnic Village Drvengrad – wooden city, built by the famous Serbian Film Director Emir Kusturica – who won twice the Palm d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival.
The tour continues in the Visegrad Town, in the Republika Srpska entity in Eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, rest and sightseeing on the Drina River. Sightseeing of Visegrad, including the Turkish Ottoman-Era Mehmed Paša Sokolović Bridge dated from the 16th century, an UNESCO World Heritage Site, popularized by the Nobel Prize winning author Ivo Andrić in his novel “The Bridge on the Drina River”. The day ends with dinner at a Serbian traditional restaurant, departure to Sarajevo and late evening check-in and overnight in Sarajevo.
Sightseeing in Sarajevo. The capital of Bosna and Hercegovina was founded in the 15th century and is famous for its traditional cultural and religious diversity, with adherents of Islam, Orthodoxy, Catholicism and Judaism coexisting there for centuries, and due to this it was sometimes called the “Jerusalem of the Balkans”. Optional visit to Konjic Town and where the best secret of ex-Yugoslavia were kept – a bunker built on the mountain where the leaders of the Yugoslav Republic planned its atomic war command. The bunker was one of the most expensive structures in the ex-Yugoslavia and it was built from 1953 until 1979, taking 26 years to be completed.
Lunch at a Serbian traditional restaurant, transfer to Sarajevo, free activities time followed by dinner in a Serbian traditional restaurant with live music in the famous pedestrian zone Bascarsija . The day ends with overnight in Sarajevo.
Check out and Departure to Montenegro. Visit three beautiful towns in Bosnia and Herzegovina. We will first visit Mostar Town, named after the bridge built on the Neretva River by the Turkish Ottomans in the 16th century – one of the most exemplary pieces of the Islamic architecture in the Balkans. The tour continues to Počitelj, a small fortified town with diverse architecture – stone-constructed town and fortress, two stages of evolution medieval and ottoman dated from the 16th to the 18th century.
The tours continue with lunch and next stop to Trebinje – the city of the sun, sycamore trees, refreshing Mediterranean climate, and one of the most beautiful and hospitable cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Departure to Montenegro, check-in and overnight in Budva.
Sightseeing of Budva. Famous for its sandy beaches, diverse nightlife and Mediterranean architecture. Budva was populated by Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Venetians and many other great civilizations in the last 3 millenniums. Cruise along the Budva Riviera, including the islet of Sveti Stefan – a former pirate fortress from the 15th century; now hosting a resort hotel.
Free activities time and overnight in Budva.
Sightseeing of Kotor Town. Visit Kotor, an old town dated from 2 millenniums and its UNESCO World Heritage Site fortress, built during the 6th century.
Free activities time on the beach. Return to Budva, free activities time and overnight in Budva.
Check out and Departure to Belgrade. Arrival in Belgrade and end of our services.