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Short wine tour in Serbia - 5 days / 4 nights

Short wine tour in Serbia - 5 days / 4 nights

Let us welcome you with the glass of wine! Try the most tasteful vines from Fruska Gora slopes, feel the taste of the sunny day in vineyards of Sremski Karlovci or smell the wind from Vrsac mountain... If you never visited these places, permit us to take your hand and lead you on a short trip through places that you have to visit, if the hedonism is unfailing part of your life.

Day 1 Belgrade (D) (cca 30km)
Arrival to Belgrade. Accommodation in a hotel. Sightseeing tour of the city - visit to the fortress of Kalemegdan - primary bulit by Celts in the III century, Republica Square, Knez Mihailova Street - main pedestrian zone, Terazije, Parliament and St. Sava church. Dinner. Overnight.

Breakfast. Departure to monastery Krusedol – this monastery was established by Bishop Maksim (Djordje Brankovic) in XVI century and presents one of the most beautiful monasteries on Fruska Gora. Monastery church is dedicated to Blagovesti and it is painted very plentiful – the oldest frescos date from the half of XVI century. Visit to monastery Hopovo, built at the begining of the XVI century, that presents one of the most significant monasterys in Vojvodina. Departure to Novi Sad. Visit to the Petrovaradin fortress that was built from 1692 to 1780. Besides the numerous historical monuments on the fortress, there is also the Academy of Arts, art studios, and the greatest attraction on the fortress - the underground military galleries, communication systems on 4 level, gradually built in length of 16km. Departure to Sremski Karlovci - small baroque town, famous for its beautiful architecture. Lunch on the Danube coast. City sightseeing (Orthodox church, Patriarchy court, Orthodox Seminary, the fountain „Four Lions“, Chapel of peace). Wine and grape from the nearby vineyard on the brows of the Fruska Gora Mountain, are one more highlights of this town. Visit to one of the wine cellar, with snack and tasting of local branded aromatic wine called Bermet. Bermet, the rgions authentic wine, was exported to the USA 150 years ago. According to some documents, it was even included in the Titanic`s wine card. Departure to Novi Sad. Accommodation in a hotel. Dinner. Overnight.

Day 3. NOVI SAD – KIKINDA – MOKRIN – KIKINDA (B,L,D) (cca 120km)
Breakfast. Panoramic sightseeing of the most significant city sights, short walk in pedestrian zone (Sloboda Square, Cathedral, City Hall, Zmaj Jovina Street, Dunavska Street, Orthodox Church). Departure to Kikinda. Short sightseeing in Kikinda, modern town with numerous archaeological sites, the testifies about the developed civilisation on this area. Visit to the Catholic church, Orthodox church of the Great Martyr St. Marina, the Town Hall, National Museum where the complete skeleton of a steppe elephant, more exactly the mammoth, whose reamins are 60 thousand years old (7 meters long and 4 meters high) is kept. Projection the movie about mammoth. Lunch. Visit to Suvaca, once used for finest milling of corn and paprika, today is a scene for concerts of classical music or theater performances. Departure to Mokrin village, famous after geese fight. Visit to the church where will be located the museum in the future. Wine tasting at Terzic family, along with the stories about Mokrin geese. Dinner on salas farm. Return to Kikinda. Accommodation in a hotel. Dinner. Overnight.

Day 4. KIKINDA – CARSKA BARA – VRSAC (B,L,D) (cca 150km)
Breakfast. Departure to Carska Bara „Emperor swamp“. Sightseeing of Carska Bara nature reserve with 150 birds species. Two hours cruising with a tourist boat through one of the biggest ornithology stations (settle around 400 bird species) in Europe. During short stroll you will enjoy beautiful nature, and maybe you’ll be the one to solve a riddle: to find a grave of legendary military leader Atila, well known for his nickname “Gods whip”. Lunch. Departure to Vrsac. Walking tour through the city – Roman Catholic Church, Orthodox church... This calm town, in the bottom of the mountains of Vrsac, today is famous after wine growing. Moving on to neighbouring villages, famous after numerous vintners. Vrsac vineyards spread on hilly terrains around Vrsac, with over 1700 hectares of plantations. Visit to wine cellars and wine tasting the top quality wines produced in the region (Muscat Otonel, Chardoney, Italian Riesling...). Visit to the household where the traditional dinner will be organised. Accommodation in a hotel. Overnight.

Breakfast. Departure and crossing over the edge of Deliblato sand. The specific dune relief which is very rare in Europe, the well preserved eco-system and rare plant species make this sandy a unique one in Europe. This location is protected by law and nominated for the biosphere reservation. Departure to Belgrade. Lunch in Skadarlija – famous bohemian quarter. Departure to aiport. The end of the program.

Price includes:
•    Transfers according to program
•    1 BB in hotel in Belgrade, 1 BB in hotel in Novi Sad, 1 BB in hotel in Kikinda, 1 BB in hotel in Vrsac
•    4 x lunch (day 2, day 3, day 4, day 5)
•    4 x dinner (day 1, day 2, day 3, day 4)
•    wine tasting according to the program (Day 2, day 3, day 4)
•    boat cruise (Day 4)
•    entrance tickets (Patriarchy court, National Museum, Suvaca, Carska bara)
•    licenced guide

Price does not include:
•    other costs not offered in this Program

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Belgrade, Sremski Karlovci, Kikinda, Carska Bara, Vrsac, Novi Sad, wine, manastir Krusedol, Deliblato sands

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