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Serbia You Will Adore - 6 days / 5 nights, from 153 EUR

Serbia You Will Adore - 6 days / 5 nights, from 153 EUR

Program: Travel and discover the treasures on the roads of Serbia. Northern parts of Serbia, beautiful plains of Vojvodina region welcomes to accommodate You in unique and typical atmosphere and to show You all the things that they are proud of. Be sure that you will taste the best food and drink the best wine. After that, take a trip to the south and experience the spirit of real Balkan metropolis, Belgrade will show You how. Explore the ancient times and discover the wild nature beauty in southern parts of our country. At the end, enjoy in the spirit of orient on the very south of Serbia.

Day 1. Backi Monostor – Sombor (cca 30km)
Arrival in Backi Monostor and a tour and visit to a special nature reserve „Gornje Podunavlje“, where you have a chance to go on a photo safari, to taste Vojvodina gurman specialties in the ethno-house which stores objects and memory of the nationalities living in Vojvodina, as well as to visit the Museum and view the setting of old crafts and dolls. A nice day in nature. Departure to Sombor, accommodation and overnight.

Day 2. Sombor – Bac – Backi Petrovac – Novi Sad (cca 120km)
Sombor sightseeing. Visit to the Church of Holy Trinity, Milan Konjovic’s gallery, Zupni Dvor (castle) which has the famous sundial, shopping at the open market… Departure to Bac – visit to the minor priory and fortress from XIV century built on a small island made from former river Mostonga. Departure to Backi Petrovac where you'll find the friendly hospitality of the hosts who will embrace you in their home and offer you the famous culinary specialties (famous Slovakian ’kulen’, ’tvaroh’ cheese and corn cakes; wedding cabbage with beef or ’sarma’; pork with potato and domestic sausage...). Departure to Novi Sad, accommodation in apartment in the downtown. After, we recommend you to take a short evening walk or a drink in one of the many cafes in the pedestrian zone in the center.

Day 3. Novi Sad – Sremski Karlovci – Fruska Gora – Belgrade (cca 95km)
After the breakfast we recommend you sightseeing of the town, walk in pedestrian zone (Sloboda Square, Cathedral, City Hall, Zmaj Jovina Street, Dunavska Street, Orthodox Church) or visit one of the museums. After that, across the river, visit to the Petrovaradin fortress – famous as Gibraltar on the Danube, represents a classical example of military architecture of the XVIII century with the most beautiful view on Novi Sad. We recommend you to take a tour in underground system of military galleries, with profesional guide. Departure to Sremski Karlovci - small baroque town, famous for its beautiful architecture and wine and grape from the nearby vineyard on the brows of the Fruska Gora Mountain. City sightseeing and wine tasting in one of the many wine cellars in Karlovci town. Short break for the lunch, we recommend you a restaurant „Danube“ on the river. Departure to Fruska Gora. Visit to monastery Krusedol one of the 15 monasteries on the Fruska Gora mountain. Because of that fact, Fruska Gora is known as „Sveta Fruska Gora“ by the reputation of Sveta Gora on the Athos in Greece. This monastery was established by Bishop Maksim (Djordje Brankovic) in XVI century and presents one of the most beautiful monasteries on Fruska Gora. We recommend you to visit ethno – house in Maradik, house that is old about 150 years and where the authentic exhibits, between 50 and 200 years old, are kept. Departure to Belgrade and accommodation in apartment. We recommend evening dinner accompanied by musicians at the famous bohemian Belgrade quarter of Skadarlija that emanates an oriental atmosphere, and to those who want to experience a real Balkan night life, we recommend cafes on the river in Belgrade and Zemun. Return to hotel. Overnight.

Day 4. Belgrade
A day in Belgrade, capital city of Serbia. Walking sightseeing of Belgrade - Kalemegdan fortress - primary built by Celts in the III century BC with the ZOO, Republica Square, Knez Mihailova Street - main pedestrian zone with cafes and shops, Terazije, St. Sava's temple - the biggest orthodox church in the world, Parliament, St. Mark’s church, open markets... Visit the “House of flowers”, grave of long standing president of former Yugoslavia – Tito. Dinner we recommend in one of the restaurants in the downtown. Overnight.

Day 5. Belgrade – Nis – Prolom spa (cca 340km)
Departure from Belgrade to Nis, the city in the very center of the Balkan peninsula. The city is built on the shore of Nisava river. Sigthseeing of the most important sights and visit to Nis fortress, a complex and very important cultural and historical monument - an edifice that dominates the urban nucleus of the city. There you can take a short break or a coffee in some of the cafes in the fortress or take a ride in little tourist train through the complex. Visit to the national Museum and to „Cele Kula“, a monument built of skulles of the people of Serbia during the times under the Turks. One of the most attractive sights presents Mediana, that was a royal property with luxurious residence and highly organized economy, placed in the suburb of the antique Nis – Naissus. It is the birth place of the Roman emperor, Constanin the Great. Departure to Prolom spa. Relaxation and enjoying in wellness and spa programs, overnight.

Day 6. Prolom spa – Devil’s Town – Caricin grad (Empress city) – Lebane - Leskovac (cca 75km)
Departure to south. You have the opportunity to visit one natural phenomena the Devil's Town, place with unusual name and appearance. Visit to this nature site, famous for 2 rare phenomena: earthen figure - specific relief forms with different shapes, that grows, reduces, disappears and grows again; and after two springs of mineral water with high mineralisation. These two rare natural phenomenas, makes the Dewil Town the real World nature miracle. It is a candidate for the list of Seven Wonders of the World. Departure and a visit to Caricin grad (Empress city) – one of the biggest and most significant Byzantine cities of central Balkan, endowment of Byzantine emperor Justinian. This town was raised in Byzantine province Ilirik, where the Byzantine emperor Justinian was born. Departure to Lebane, where you can see interesting architecture and old handcrafts shops and old cafes, and Leskovac. Leskovac is town known to it’s famous “pljeskavica” and other gourmand grilled specialties. Sightseeing of the town and enjoying in the spirit of the orient in the life and architecture, typical for southern parts of Serbia.

Pricing information

Price per person:
Pax     2 pax     3 pax     4 pax
Price     163€     159€     153€

Price includes:
- 1 BB in the motel in Sombor, 1BB in the apartment in Novi Sad, 2 BB in the apartment in Belgrade, 1 BB in Prolom spa
- wine tasting according to the Program (day 3.)

Price does not include:
- Transfer according to the Program
- other costs not offered in this Programme
- ticket for the museums or other places that we recommend in this Program


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Belgrade, Sremski Karlovci, Fruska Gora, Sombor, Novi Sad, Backi Monostor, Nis, Empress City, Prolom spa, Devils Town, Leskovac, Bac, Backi Petrovac

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