Serbia is a country where every visitor can find something that attracts, inspires or soothes. It is good to indulge in the charm of that Balkan country. Here you can feel that unique Balkan passion and European cosmopolitanism. On Serbia tours, we are fascinated by the ducal plains in the north, the mysterious world along the Đerdap gorge, high mountains, lakes and rivers. The natural wealth of the country is immeasurable. We will never be bored when wandering around Serbia. So join us on one of our group or private tours to Serbia.
You will never be bored when visiting the Serbian capital. The city is an unusual mosaic of rich culture, history, the intertwining of an excellent catering offer and amicable people. Visit the fabulous old part of the city above the confluence of rivers Sava and Danube, with a fortress on Kalemegdan and “bohemian” Skadarlija. New Year’s Eve in Belgrade always attracts visitors.
The second-largest city in Serbia is well known for Petrovaradin Fortress, which reigns over the town, with exceptional views, including an observatory and a planetarium. In the vicinity of Novi Sad, you visit Sremski Karlovci with its wine cellars or wander around Fruška Gora and visit its famous monasteries.
On the way through Serbia, it is also worth visiting the region of Sumadija and stopping at Topola. Here you find a beautiful mausoleum of the Serbian/Yugoslav royal house of Karadjordjevic. Sumadija is becoming more and more established as a wine-growing region with excellent local wines.
Visit one of the most famous monasteries built in the middle ages, which testifies to the rich history of the Serbian Empire and state. Studenica Monastery is surrounded by a fairly well-preserved oval defensive wall with towers, treasures, and beautiful fresco paintings.
Subotica is a town in the far north of Serbia, not far from the Hungarian border. Subotica is undoubtedly one of the most photogenic Serbian cities, thanks to the highly well-preserved Art Nouveau city centre. The town hall with its 76-meter-high tower stands out among the picturesque buildings. Nearby is the beautiful lake Palic, a popular gathering place for locals.
Knez Mihailova street is a lively pedestrian boulevard flanked by historical buildings all the way to the ancient Kalemegdan Citadel. First, taste some traditional Serbian food. Then, visit the famous fortress of Kalemegdan.
Take a cruise through the gorge, which lies in eastern Serbia and is the longest and deepest gorge in Serbia, where you discover the power of the Danube river. During the cruise, you sail the Iron gate, visit Lepenski Vir Archeological site and Ram Fortress and stop at the
A unique experience is a ride on the museum train along the Sarganska Osmica, one of the most attractive tourist railway lines. It is a part of the former line Belgrade-Višegrad-Sarajevo-Dubrovnik, which is unique because it is built in the shape of number eight due to the significant height difference. On the 13.5 km long section, there are 22 tunnels and five bridges and viaducts.
The museum has a very innovative approach to interpreting Yugoslav history and its idea. The integral part is the mausoleum of the former Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito.
Skadarlija is a neighbourhood located in the old town of Belgrade. It is famous for excellent restaurants with traditional live music.
Sailing along the Danube, hiking around the mountain tops, bird-watching, recreational fishing, rafting, all that in harmony with beautiful panoramic views. Nature has been generous to Serbia.
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