East Serbia – tastes and sounds

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$1,000.00 / Per Person

  • 4 Days
  • Belgrade, Gamzigrad, Golubac, Kladovo, Lepenski Vir, Negotin, Serbia, Smederevo

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TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:

Belgrade – the most vibrant city in this part of Europe
Discover the town of Smederevo with medieval fortress
Visit the Golubac fortress built on the place where the Danube is the widest
Discover ancient culture that is about 8000 years old at “Lepenski Vir” Archeological site
River Cruise to see the Trojan’s Table and the statue of the last Dacian king.
Visit museum house of the famous 19th century Serbian composer, S.S. Mokranjac
Visit UNESCO World Heritage Site – Felix Romuliana

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Price Includes

  • Travel by air conditioned coach on day excursion
  • Airport transfers in Belgrade (Day 1 and Day 4)
  • The service of a licensed guide
  • Hotel accommodation in Belgrade
  • Hotel accommodation in Kladovo
  • All hotel service charges and tips, baggage handling fees and local taxes
  • Dining highlights: breakfast daily, 1 lunch at local restaurant, “Farewell dinner”at Skadarlija bohemian quarter.
  • Two hours cruise to Trajan’s Table and the statue of the last Dacian's king carved in the rock

Day 1Belgrade


Welcome to Belgrade! You’ll be met at the Airport and transferred to our Hotel. Depending on your flight schedule, the sightseeing tour of Belgrade will take place either today or on the last day before your return flight. Belgrade sightseeing tour includes the most significant sights of old part of the city: the National Assembly, City Hall, National Theatre and the visit to St Sava Orthodox Church. You will also walk with your Local Guide along the pedestrian Knez Mihailova street and Kalemegdan park and fortress.

Day 3Kladovo – Negotin – Gamzigrad – Belgrade


Today we visit the historical city of Negotin surrounded with beautiful vineyards. The city is the birth place of Haiduk Veljko – a national hero and one of the Dukes who took part in the rebellion against the Ottoman Empire in 1813. We will visit the church where he was buried and learn more about the history of that period. This city is also famous for the Musical Festival staged in memory of the greatest Serbian composer Stevan Stojanovic Mokranjac. We visit the house where he was born which nowadays contains a Museum dedicated to the composer. Then we continue to Gamzigrad, an archaeological site, spa resort and UNESCO World Heritage Site built at the beginning of the 4th century A.D. We return to Begrade and celebrate a successful trip at our Farewell Dinner with excellent food and music at a restaurant in “Skadarlija”, the Bohemian quarter of the city. NOTE: Gamzigrad visit can be arranged ONLY over the summer months! Instead, we can visit the Rajac ethno village and the wine cellars. This unique cultural sight is dedicated to the glory of wine, as this whole area of Serbia is famous for its vineyards dating from the ancient Roman times. The complex of Rajacke Pimnice consists of over 270 stone houses which were built more than 200 years ago, to produce and preserve natural wines.

Day 2Belgrade – Smederevo – Golubac – Lepenski vir – river cruise – Kladovo


After breakfast we drive to the Eastern part of country following the stream of river Danube. First we visit Smederevo, the capital and cultural center of 15th century Serbia. The most significant sights include the medieval fortress, summer residence of Obrenovic dynasty and the main town square. Before entering the Danube gorge, better known as “The Iron Gate” we will be face to face with Golubac fortress built on high rock above the river. It is situated in one of the most beautiful parts of the Balkans, where the Danube is the widest and nature is the greenest. After a short drive we reach Lepenski Vir – archeological site with the remains of human settlement where we discover 8.000 years old culture. Traditional lunch will be served in a local Restaurant. Later we take a boat to see the famous Trajan’s Table and the statue of the last Dacian king carved in the rock. Also visible are the Mraconia monastery located on the Romanian side of the Danube and the Veliki Kazan gorge where the river is just 150 meters wide. Our overnight will be in Kladovo, a town on the banks of the Danube with Turkish fortification from 16th century.

Day 4Belgrade


After breakfast we transfer you to Belgrade airport for your flight back home. Those who have a later flight may enjoy the included city sightseeing tour before departure to the airport.

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