Choosing one of the Belgrade city break within our tour section called City Breaks you determine to Visit Serbia and spend few days in beautiful city of Belgrade. This way we will have the chance to show you some interesting Belgrade tours as well as things that only locals can see and feel. Stay in one of many Belgrade hotels and enjoy the company of friendly people in this unexplored pearl of Balkans.

Belgrade city break tour includes: panoramic part from the bus – Republic and City Assembly, Slavija Square, St. Sava Temple, White Palace, Museum 25th May (Tito`s mausoleum), Kneza Milosa street, Republic Square; walking part by foot – National Theatre, Knez Mihailova pedestrian zone, St. Michael`s Orthodox Cathedral and Kalemegdan Fortress.
Dinner in Skadarlija – Belgrade`s bohemian quarter.

This Belgrade city break tour starts with breakfast in hotel and includes full day excursion. Third day of this tour includes 3 options: Novi Sad & Sremski Karlovci, Topola & Oplenac and Excursion to Resava Valley.

  • Novi Sad & Sremski Karlovci – Novi Sad is currently a cultural, aconomic, political and administrative centre of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina,a modern university city that has grown on the tradition of continuity of cultural development. It is the city of museums, galleries and different kinds of events such as EXIT music festival that has been awarded international rewards.
  • Topola & Oplenac – Settled right in the heart of Sumacija region, this area is landscaped with beautiful greenery, forests, vineyards and fertile land. The most interesting place for visit is Endowment of King Peter right at the pik of Oplenac hill. Endowment is composed of fabulous St.George Church built in white marble, King Peter`s house – todays museum, Karadjordje residence and king`s vinery.
  • Excursion to Resava Valley – Manasija complex was declared Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1979, and it is protected by Republic of Serbia, and monastery have entered a UNESCO Tentative List Process in 2010. After visit we are heading on the new adventure – it is visit to Resava Cave.

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Meet Serbian way og life through Belgrade city break

This Belgrade city break tour starts with arrival in Belgrade. Meeting with the local guide and city tour. Free time. Dinner in restaurant in Skadarlija – Belgrade`s bohemian quarter (live tambourine music).

Belgrade city break tour includes: panoramic part from the bus – Republic and City Assembly, Slavija Square, St. Sava Temple, White Palace, Museum 25th May (Tito`s mausoleum), Kneza Milosa street, Republic Square; walking part by foot – National Theatre, Knez Mihailova pedestrian zone, St. Michael`s Orthodox Cathedral and Kalemegdan Fortress.
Dinner in Skadarlija – Belgrade`s bohemian quarter.

Arrival in Belgrade. Meeting with the local guide and city tour. Free time. Dinner in restaurant in Skadarlija – Belgrade`s bohemian quarter (live tambourine music).

Belgrade city tour includes: panoramic part from the bus – Republic and City Assembly, Slavija Square, St. Sava Temple, White Palace, Museum 25th May (Tito`s mausoleum), Kneza Milosa street, Republic Square; walking part by foot – National Theatre, Knez Mihailova pedestrian zone, St. Michael`s Orthodox Cathedral and Kalemegdan Fortress.
Dinner in Skadarlija – Belgrade`s bohemian quarter.

Day 3 of this Belgrade city break tour starts with breakfast in hotel and includes full day excursion. Lunch in a restaurant. Return to Belgrade.

Option 1 – Novi Sad & Sremski Karlovci

After approximately 1 hour drive from Belgrade we arrive at second largest city in Serbia, Novi Sad. Judging by archaeological findings, Novi Sad has been a good place for living for five thousand years already. The development of a modern city is connected with Petrovaradin Fortress, one of the most important preserved fortifications in Europe. It is a symbol of the city and evidence to a turbulent history and tradition that strongly leans onto European culture. Novi Sad is currently a cultural, aconomic, political and administrative centre of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina,a modern university city that has grown on the tradition of continuity of cultural development. It is the city of museums, galleries and different kinds of events such as EXIT music festival that has been awarded international rewards. Novi Sad city tour and short free time for coffee in the city centre. Go further by visiting extravagant Petrovaradin Fortress, overlooking the city and Danube River. After seeing one of the largest fortresses in Europe we go to the small baroque town of Sremski Karlovci. Sremski Karlovci city tour includes: Patriarchy Residence, Orthodox Cathedral, Karlovci Grammar School, Chapel of Peace, Town Hall, Theological School and Seminary. Lunch in a restaurant and free time afterwards. Return back to Belgrade.

Option 2 – Topola & Oplenac

After approximately 1,5 hour drive from Belgrade we arrive to Topola and go visiting Endowment of King Peter at Oplenac hill. Oplenac is the name of the hill situated within the city of Topola. Settled right in the heart of Sumacija region, this area is landscaped with beautiful greenery, forests, vineyards and fertile land. The most interesting place for visit is Endowment of King Peter right at the pik of Oplenac hill. Endowment is composed of fabulous St.George Church built in white marble, King Peter`s house – todays museum, Karadjordje residence and king`s vinery. Beautiful park is also the part of the complex which you pass through uphill to reach the church. St. George Church was built in Serbian-Byzantine stile whice inside is decorated with mosaic frescoes in 15000 color shades. As this is one of the most important wine regions in Serbia, we will pay a visit to a winery where we will have wine tasting. Lunch in a restaurant and free time afterwards. Return back to Belgrade.

Option 3 – Excursion to Resava Valley with lunch

After approximately 2 hours drive from Belgrade we will arrive at Manasija Monastery. The church is dedicated to the Holy Trinity. It is one of the most significant monuments of medieval Serbian culture and it belongs to the “Morava school”. Manasija complex was declared Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1979, and it is protected by Republic of Serbia, and monastery have entered a UNESCO Tentative List Process in 2010. After visit we are heading on the new adventure – it is visit to Resava Cave. Resava Cave is one of the largest cave systems in Serbia and has about three kilometers of passages. Domestic trout which is bred here will be served for lunch. Restaurant, surrounded in the nature, is overlooking the Veliki Buk waterfall. Free time after lunch and then return to Belgrade.

Final day of this Belgrade city break tour includes: Breakfast in hotel. End of program.

Belgrade city break
Belgrade city break
Belgrade city break
Belgrade city break
Belgrade city break
Belgrade city break
Belgrade city break

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23. November 2018.

I just want to say thank you for a well arranged event. We had great fun and everything worked perfectly. I hope that we can do business together soon again…😊.

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