8 nights / 9 days
1st day: Belgrade
Arrival in Belgrade, capital and cultural center of Serbia. Accommodation in hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.
2nd day: Belgrade
After breakfast, meeting with the guide and visit of the city. To understand Belgrade, you have to climb the hill of its ancient fortress, the Kalemegdan. From here dominates the landscape, formed by the placid flow of the Danube and Sava rivers, while the collection of tanks on display among the strong walls tells of the recent turbulent past of this city. You have to take a walk along the Knez Mihajlova Street – the main street of the city where you will have the chance to witness the daily life of the people of Belgrade. Lunch in a typical local restaurant. Afternoon return to the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.
3rd day: Belgrade-Novi Sad -Belgrade
After breakfast departure to Novi Sad – the main administrative center of the Vojvodina Region. The most beautiful attraction and symbol of the city is the Petrovaradin Fortress. From the top of the fortress You can enjoy a wonderful view of the Vojvodina plain. Not far from Novi Sad we visit the “Fruška Gora” National Park. Lunch during excursion. Return to the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.
4th day: Belgrade-Drvengrad-Zlatibor
After breakfast departure to Drvengrad (wooden town). This small town and the reconstruction of a traditional village was born from a dream of Serbian director Emir Kusturica during the filming of his well-known film “Life is a miracle”. Famous for its typical wooden houses, Drvengrad is an open-air museum, offering the possibility of returning to the lifestyle of our grandparents. Kusturica’s idea was to build a village where tourists could enjoy a pleasant and original stay. Lunch on the way. Continuation to Zlatibor. Hotel accommodation, dinner and overnight stay.
5th day: Zlatibor-Mokra Gora-Sarajevo
After breakfast departure to Mokra Gora which houses one of the oldest railways in the world “Sarganska osmica” (Sargan 8), so ‘said because the tracks are arranged in such a way that, when seen from above form the number eight. Continuation to Sarajevo. Lunch on the way. Hotel accommodation. Dinner and overnight stay.
6th day: Sarajevo
After breakfast, guided tour of Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia. If there is a place in Europe that symbolizes the intersection of the West and the East of the continent, this is Sarajevo. The famous Baščaršija, built during the Turkish occupation, became the core of culture, economy and trade. Lunch in a typical restaurant. Free time. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
7th day: Sarajevo-Mostar- Sarajevo
After breakfast departure to Mostar. On arrival guided tour of the city, founded by the Turks in the 15th century. Visit the old Bazaar, the mosque and the Stari Most, a famous stone bridge over the Neretva River, rebuilt in 2003, a symbol of the coexistence of the communities of Croats and Muslims. The walk ends with a visit to the Turkish House. Lunch in a typical restaurant. Free time. Return to Sarajevo. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
8th day: Belgrade-Sarajevo-Višegrad
After breakfast departure to Belgrade, with a stop in Višegrad to cross the bridge over the Drina. This architectural marvel, as writer Ivo Andrić wrote, was always an integral part of the life of Višegrad from the moment of its construction: a proud bridge erected between two worlds and between two religions. Lunch on the way. Return to Belgrade. Hotel accommodation, dinner and overnight stay.
9th day: Belgrade-departure
After breakfast departure to home