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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, Kalemegdan park and Belgrade fortress.
Some of the most dramatic landscapes to be seen this morning as we drive through the narrow gorge of river Moraca to Podgorica, Capital city of Montenegro.
See the city’s highlights including the National Theatre, Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ, the Millennium bridge and Government buildings.
Then our tour takes us high up to the historical old Royal capital at Cetinje.
Here we will visit the former Palace of King Nikola, now a museum, and the Blue Palace which is the official residence of the President of Montenegro. Later we reach the Adriatic coast and the country’s biggest seaside resort of Budva.
Today we spend a full day in Dubrovnik, known as “the pearl of the Adriatic” due to its incredible beauty. A great defensive wall encircles the enchanting Old Town.
After our included walking tour you may be tempted to walk on top of all or part of the wall, from where you will be rewarded by a magnificent view over the historic centre.
The rest of the day is at leisure to explore and soak up the atmosphere of this extraordinary city. Later in the evening we return to our hotel in Trebinje.
Our first stop this morning is a small village of Mokra Gora. Here we have the seats reserved for the train journey along the famous “Shargan eight” track, constructed in the early 1900s through the steep cuttings and narrow gorges.
Although the train route no longer serves its original purpose of connecting rural villages with Belgrade and Sarajevo, this short section has been restored nowadays and present one of the most famous attractions.
Then spend some time looking for the local souvenirs, medical herbs, rare sorts of brandy and homemade food before we start our drive back to Belgrade.
Tonight we celebrate a successful trip at our Farewell Dinner with excellent food and music in “Skadarlija”, the Bohemian quarter of the city.
Traveling south today through the green hills of Serbia until we reach Zlatibor, one of the country’s best known mountain resorts.
Spend some free time and enjoy the fresh air before we continue the journey to Montenegro.
Tonight we will be staying in Kolasin, a small town dubbed “unspoilt Switzerland” and surrounded by great winter sports and spa facilities. Dine at our Hotel.
A short drive this morning will bring us to the fortified old town of Kotor, listed on UNESCO Heritage list for its impressive architecture.
Explore the narrow streets and search for some local souvenirs. Later we follow the picturesque shores of Bay of Kotor also known as European most “southern fjord”. Our next stop is at Herceg Novi located at the entrance to the Bay and known for its lush Mediterranean vegetation, old architecture and its spa resort.
Then we cross the border into Hercegovina and arrive to the town of Trebinje where we will stay for the next two nights. Take a pleasant stroll through the Old Town in the shade of huge plane trees before enjoying dinner served at a local restaurant.
Beautiful and unspoilt nature awaits us on our way over the Bosnian mountains.
Passing through small communities, some of which still show evidence of the damage sustained during the civil war, we reach the pretty town of Visegrad resting on the river Drina. Here we can admire the Ottoman era Mehmed Pasha Bridge, an UNESCO world heritage site. Later we return to Serbia and continue to a unique location of Drvengrad – Mecavnik, for our overnight stay.
It is a traditional looking village created by the Serbian film director Emir Kusturica. Wood is the dominant building material used both for construction and decoration of the houses with very steep roofs.
Traditional Dinner will be served tonight.
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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