Tour of Serbia, Bosnia and Montenegro |

DAY 1 | BELGRADE

Airport transfer at the arrival time of the flight to be confirmed

 

12h30 - 14h30 Free time for lunch

14h30 – 17h30 Walking tour of downtown Belgrade

 

The word that best describes Belgrade is "surprising". This city so little known by Brazilians enchants everyone who visits it for its history, its gastronomy, the beauty of the meeting of the Sava and Danube rivers seen from the medieval fortress of Belgrade, but mainly for its positive energy and the hospitality of the people who inhabit it. The former capital and largest city of the former Yugoslavia, the current capital of Serbia is one of the oldest cities in Europe and holds a series of secrets that can only be revealed by those who visit it. Come and get ready for one of the most authentic trips of your life!

On this tour we visit the main attractions of the center of Belgrade: the Republic Square, the pedestrian street Knez Mihailova and the fortress of Belgrade.

18h00 Hotel check-in and free time. Guide and driver at the client’s disposal for dinner transfer.

DAY 2 | BELGRADE

08h00 - 09h00 Breakfast at the hotel

09h00 – 14h00  Belgrade panorama tour in old-timer Yugoslav cars with visit to

Belgrade’s beauty lies in the perfect balance between old and new.

There is no better way to experience this than by touring it's many beautiful locations in the most cutting-edge kind of way – by softly gliding the streets and parks on Segway vehicles. Segway tours will allow you to get to know Belgrade, whose parks and quays seem made exactly for this type of smooth ride, which will allow you to enjoy fresh air, won’t interfere with your conversation distract you from the beautiful sights you will be enjoying.

14h00 - 15h00 Free time for lunch

15h00 -16h00 Transfer to heliodrom for helicopter tour

16h00 - 16h30 Panoramic helicopter flight over Belgrade

Get to know Belgrade from the air on an exciting helicopter ride! Fly in modernly equipped helicopters over the Serbian capital and add a third dimension to your trip.

16h30 - 17h30 Transfer back to hotel

18h00 Hotel check-in and free time. Guide and driver at the client’s disposal for dinner transfer.

DAY 3 | NOVI SAD AND BELGRADE

08h00 – 09h00 Breakfast at the hotel;
09h00 – 10h30 Transfer to Novi Sad;
10h30 – 12h30 Novi Sad and Petrovaradin fortress walking tour;


Quiet and surrounded by a fertile plain, the Fruska Gora mountain and the Danube river, the capital city of Vojvodina is a pearl between the cities of Serbia. It is also known as the Serbian Athens  The Petrovaradin Fortress is home to the largest music festival in southeastern Europe - EXIT, which has earned a global reputation for its diversity and cutting edge music. On this tour, we will visit some of the main attractions of the city: the Petrovaradin fortress and the city center.


12h30 – 13h00 Transfer to Sremski Karlovci;


Sremski Karlovci is a charming Serbian wine destination where in a wine tasting we will try the Bermet - a herbal dessert wine that is Karlovcc trademark. The Viennese Court released Karlovci winemakers from compulsory military service because of the quality of their wines. Bermet was also included in the Titanic ship wine list. We will visit the wine and honey museum and
Sremski Karlovci town center.

13h00 – 14h00 Wine tasting at local winery;
14h00 – 16h00 Time for lunch in local restaurant by the Danube;
16h00 – 17h30 Transfer to Belgrade


17h30 Free time

19h00 – 19h30 Return to the hotel and free time. Guide and driver at the client’s disposal for dinner transfer.

DAY 4 | ZLATIBOR

08h00 – 09h00 Breakfast at the hotel and check out

09h00 – 12h30 Travel to Zlatibor

Zlatibor is the most visited mountain in Serbia and the gateway to the incredible nature of the western region of the country. Located in a "wind rose" - meeting place for different drafts - Zlatibor is a natural spa with its special microclimate. It is no wonder that on this mountain there are several hospitals that treat lung diseases. Tourism here began to develop in 1893, when Serbian king Aleksandar Obrenović spent a few days on the mountain and erected a fountain. Today, Zlatibor offers visitors a range of attractions and activities ranging from horseback riding, visits to caves and museums to skiing in one of Serbia's best ski centers!

12h30 – 13h30 Visit to the Stopica cave

The Stopića cave, on the left bank of the Prištavica river, is one of the biggest tourist attractions in western Serbia. The cave entrance is 18 meters high and 35 meters wide. It is a river cave, as the Trnavski stream flows through it. Its main attraction is an underground waterfall 10 meters high. It has incredible natural pools inside, some of which are up to 7 meters deep.

13h30 – 15h30  Visit and lunch in Sirogojno

​At the heart of Zlatibor mountain, surrounded by pine trees and hills, away from the crowds, lies Sirogojno - an authentic mountain village in Serbia, where visitors can see, feel and taste the past. In its open-air museum, we can enter original mountain houses dating from the 19th century. At the restaurant, mountain specialties are prepared following ancient recipes.
 

15h30 – 16h15 Trip to the center of Zlatibor

16h15 – 18h00 Walk through the center of Zlatibor

18h00 Check-in no hotel. Guide and driver at the client’s disposal for dinner transfer.

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Image by Luka Korica

DAY 5 | DRVENGRAD AND VIŠEGRAD

07h30 – 08h30 Breakfast and check out

08h30 – 09h15 Travel to Mokra Gora

09h15 – 10h15 Visit to Drvengrad, the City of Madeira

 

Located on the Mećavnik hill, in the Mokra Gora nature park, the meeting point of two beautiful Serbian mountains Tara and Zlatibor, the ethnic village “Drvengrad” is a product of the imagination of film director Emir Kusturica and was built for the production of his film “Life is a Miracle". Every January, the international film festival Kustendorf is held there, which always has the presence of world-renowned personalities. In 2005, the “Philippe Rotthier Foundation for architecture”, based in Brussels, named “Drvengrad” the best architectural achievement in Europe.

10h30 – 12h00 "Eight of Shargan" train ride


Due to its rich history, unusual shape and unimaginable landscapes, Shargan's Eight is rightly called a railway wonder and one of Serbia's most magnificent tourist attractions. Part of the railway line that once connected Europe to the Adriatic Sea, Belgrade to Dubrovnik, passing through hills, bridges and inaccessible scenery, today represents a unique tourist railroad.

12h00 – 12h30 Transfer to Visegrad

12h30 – 13h30  Visit to the "Bridge over the Drina" and Andricgrad


In the late 16th century, the Great Vizier Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic asked Mimar Koca Sinan to design a bridge. Sinan was one of the best Ottoman architects who created the Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic bridge, with 11 arches and 180 meters long over the river Drina. At the time, it was part of the main road leading to Istanbul; it is now the main attraction of Visegrad and an important stop for everyone who passes by. The bridge was the inspiration of the Serbian writer Ivo Andrić, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1961 with his book "The Bridge over Drina".​​

13h30 – 15h00 Free time for lunch

15h00 – 17h00 Travel to Sarajevo

17h00 Arrival in Sarajevo, check-in at the hotel. Guide and driver at the client’s disposal for dinner transfer.

DAY 6 | SARAJEVO

08h00 – 09h00 Breakfast at the hotel and check out

09h00 – 12h00 Guided tour in Sarajevo
 

Sarajevo is the capital and largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The 2013 census indicated a population of 395,133 inhabitants, which indicates a small growth in the more than two decades since the 1991 census, which indicated a population of 329 672 inhabitants. Sarajevo is considered one of the most important cities on the Balkan Peninsula and has a rich history since it was founded in 1461 by the Ottomans. It was in this city that Archduke Franz Ferdinand was murdered, which served as a trigger for the First World War. More recently, the city had the opportunity to organize the 1984 Winter Olympics. In the 1990s, the war in Yugoslavia left a trail of destruction in the city.
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12h00 – 14h00 Free time for lunch

14h00 – 16h00 Visit to the Salvation Tunnel

The Tunnel of Salvation, was an underground tunnel built between March and June 1993 during the siege of Sarajevo in the middle of the Bosnian war. It was built by the Bosnian army to link the city of Sarajevo (which had been entirely surrounded by Yugoslav forces) with the territory maintained in Bosnia on the other side of Sarajevo airport (area controlled by the United Nations). The tunnel connected the neighborhoods of Dobrinja and Butmir, allowing food, war supplies and humanitarian aid to reach the city and allowing people to leave. The tunnel has become the main way to circumvent the international arms embargo and provide arms to the city's defenders.

16h00 Free time.Guide and driver at the client’s disposal for dinner transfer.

Sunset view of Sarajevo from most popula
Mostar Bosnia and Herzegovina. View of t

DAY 7 | mostar

08h00 – 09h00 Breakfast at the hotel and check out

09h00 – 11h00 Trip to Mostar

11h00 – 13h00 Tour of Mostar

Mostar is a city with about 113,000 inhabitants, located in the region of Herzegovina, capital of the canton of Herzegovina-Neretva. This city is famous for its 16th century bridge over the Neretva River, located in the old part of the city, which was rebuilt in 2004 after its destruction in 1993 due to the Bosnian War felt in the region. The reconstruction and reopening of the bridge is seen by the inhabitants of Mostar as a sign of hope for the future of a city divided between Croats and Muslims, who have had a troubled relationship over time. Mostar's old bridge and historic center were listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2005.
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​​13h00 – 15h00 Free time for lunch

15h00 – 18h00 Visit to the Blagaj Tekija monastery

Blagaj Tekija is a nearly 600-year-old dervish monastery on the outskirts of Mostar, founded during the height of the Ottoman empire. Located at the base of a cliff, near the source of the Buna River, is a series of unique and picturesque buildings that are even more beautiful in person than in the photos.

18h00 End of activities with the guide. Guide and driver at the client’s disposal for dinner transfer.

DAY 8 | BUDVA

07h00 – 08h30 Breakfast at the hotel and check-out

08h30 – 12h30 Trip to Budva

12h30 – 14h30  Free time for lunch

14h30 – 15h30 Check-in at the hotel and time for a short rest

15h30 – 18h00 Guided tour by local guide in Budva

Budva, é uma cidade montenegrina no Mar Adriático com cerca de 14.000 habitantes. Budva tem 2.500 anos, o que a torna um dos assentamentos mais antigos da costa adriática. Desenvolveu-se em torno de uma pequena península, na qual se situa a cidade velha. É, de longe, o destino mais visitado de Montenegro, atraindo principalmente turistas montenegrinos, russos, sérvios e outros europeus da Europa Oriental. Há até 35 praias na área de Budva, principalmente de rocha e algumas com areia.

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18h00 Fre time. Guide and driver at the client’s disposal for dinner transfer.

Old town in Budva in a beautiful summer
Old church inside Stari Grad Kotor Monte

DAY 9 | KOTOR

08h00 – 09h00 Breakfast at the hotel

09h00 – 09h30 Travel to Kotor

09h30 – 12h00 Guided tour by local guide in Kotor

Located along one of the most beautiful bays in the world is Kotor, a city of famous merchants and sailors, with many stories to tell. The Old Town of Kotor is a well-preserved urbanization typical of the Middle Ages, built between the 12th and 14th centuries. Medieval architecture and countless cultural heritage monuments have made Kotor a UNESCO "World Heritage and Historical Site". Across the entire city, buildings are crossed by narrow streets and squares. In one of these squares is the Cathedral of San Trifone (Sveti Trifun), a monument of Roman culture and one of the most recognizable symbols of the city.

12h00 – 16h00 Free time to have lunch and explore Kotor

16h00 – 17h00 Boat trip to the island of Nossa Senhora das Pedras
 

On this comfortable boat ride, you will enjoy panoramic views from the Bay of Kotor to the island of Nossa Senhora das Pedras, one of the most important places in the bay. It is an artificial island made in the 15th century as a monument to Perast's sailors. Beneath it are 196 shipwrecks sunk by people from Perast while defending Kotor from the Venetian and Ottoman Empire. With its incredible history and spectacular views, we are sure that this is one of the points that you will remember for a long time.
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17h00 – 17h30 Return to Budva
17h30 Free time. 
Guide and driver at the client’s disposal for dinner transfer.

DAY 10 | DEPARTURE FRM TIVAT OR PODGORICA

Transfer to the airport at a time to be arranged.

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