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Weekend in Belgrade - Sightseeing, Danube cruise, Trip to Vojvodina


1st day - Arrival in Belgrade. Transfer to hotel. Accommodation. Overnight.

2nd day - Breakfast. Sightseeing town: Kalemegdan fortress, Republic Square, National theater, National museum, Nikola Tesla museum, Belgrade museum, Ivo Andric house, Knez Mihailova street, Terazije Square, Federal Assembly, St. Marco's church, St. Sava Temple, Memorial centre Josip Broz Tito... Free time. In late afternoon hours visiting Belgrade from the rivers by boat - 2 hours. End of the day in one of the national restaurants in old quarter Skadarlija where dinner will be served. Overnight.

3rd day - Breakfast. Departure for Vojvodina. Stop in Sremski Karlovci [60km from Belgrade]. Visit old Patriarchate and Cathedral. After little break visiting monastery Novo Hopovo - XVI century. Departure for Petrovaradin, old medieval fortress on Danube. Visit fortress with great panoramic view on Novi Sad. Lunch break /Optional/. Sightseeing Novi Sad - economic, political and cultural centre of Vojvodina, and seat of Serbian cultural and literary society Matica Srpska: Bridges on Danube, National theater, central city zone... Back to Belgrade. Free afternoon. Dinner in one of the national restaurants. Overnight.

4th day - Breakfast. Free time. Transfer to airport at 12:00h. Visit aeronautic museum.

For realization of program - minimum 25 passengers.

Price include:
- 3 bed and breakfast in 3* hotel,
- dinner in Skadarlija quarter - dinner in national restaurant,
- sightseeing Belgrade with tourist guide by bus - 4 hrs,
- sightseeing Belgrade by boath - 2 hrs,
- excursion to Vojvodina - entrances in museums and
- 1 free of charge.

Price not include: Air ticket to/from Belgrade.

Visit Vršac, Vojvodina


Eighty five kilometers away from Belgrade at the borders of Romanian Transylvania, a town of 40,000 population being a long time the economic and cultural center of the region. Vršac has been known by its young and fruited wine, but also by its agreeable climate. In fact, lent to the greenish hills of Vrsacki Breg [641 m high] the town has been emanating an agreeable atmosphere favorable to walks. Thus, passing the palaces and churches constructed in XIX century, then the hills till the height of the town, where from there is a splendid view of the planes of Banat. This greenish framework and the clean air at an hour on the road from the Serbian capital have been explaining numerous sport successes of the national teams in the basket ball and the volley ball, as well as the first most Westward hotel in Serbia-Montenegro.

Since the Middle Ages Vršac has been the capital of Banat, and its contacts with Romania had always allowed it to develop a flourishing commerce. This is what could be seen in the beauty and richness of particular public buildings.

Since the Neolithic period the site of Vršac, like those of Vatin and Mesic in the close environment, had developed a particular form of dwelling and of the community life. In the Roman period the hill of Vršac ad been utilised to install a watch tower, and nowadays this is a favourite place to the inhabitants to take walks in. This particular place has been explaining the development of a commercial town since the XIV century when the name of the town appeared for the first time in the official register. In XIV and XV centuries the town had alternatively passed from the Serbian suzerainty to the Hungarian domination. Between 1552 and 1717 Vrsac had been under the Turkish domination. In that period there were two towns: the Serbian upper town and the German lower town. In 1804 the Austrian Emperor had granted to it the status of a free town. This would give the town a commercial impulse. In XIX century it had got many theaters and lyceums and had seen the flourishing of great Serbian names of arts and literature: the painters Nikola Neskovic and Paja Jovanovic, the dramaturge Jovan Popovic, and additionally the poet Vasko Popa. Still today there are numerous cultural manifestations such as the "Golden Autumns" or the "Biennale of the Youth". They are the signs of a never stopped vitality

Magistrat - Mayoralty. In what today is the Mayoralty there is a surprising edifice being the symbol of the town. Constructed in 1860 by the German engineer from Temisuara, this red and white palace overhead by a very Venetian dome in a corner has been of the purest New Art style.

Cofmanova Palata - Cofman"s Palace. In front of the Mayoralty a larger neo-Renaissance edifice built in 1872 by the brewer Jovan Cofman destined to receive his offices and to represent his beer brand this two story had later served as a merchant gallery with the shops rented by the rich German entrepreneurs.

Vladičanski Dvor - The Bishop"s Palace, Dvorska ulica 20. This very nice neoclassical palace had been built from 1750 to 1757 by the orthodox bishop Jovan Georgijevic to establish here the residence of the eparchy of Banat. With the chapel of St. Michael and Gabriel the palace makes an ensemble approaching the palaces of Venice, with its monumental entrance in the forged iron and its slate roof in the selected shapes. In the inside the chapel contains an iconostasis in the baroque style organized around a great representation of Christ. It has been the work by the painter Nikola Neskovic. In the palace there has been a gallery with the pictures of the bishops since the XVIII century, as well as numerous manuscripts and religious objects.

Kula Donjon. On the hill dominating the East of the town there is a donjon from the XV century offering a magnificent view. Seventeen meters high and 6 meters wide, this tower, constructed in the place of the Roman garrison made part of the destroyed fortress of the "Belgrade Peace" signed by Turks and Austrians in 1739. In fact, the Turks having been engaged three times to take it, had lost it finally in 1717 to the Eugene of Savoy troops. This is today the favorite by the people of the town.

Visit Subotica - Karadjordjevo and Palić

Subotica, the economic and cultural centre of North Vojvodina, near the Hungarian border. Its beauty is enhanced by numerous hotels, restaurants and beaches. Karadjordjevo, near Subotica is a famous stud farm established as far back as 1885 as a property of the Austro - Hungarian empire. It still today breeds race horses. It is set within a hunting reservation whose stags, wild boars and moufflons attract hunters from around Europe.

Reveal romance in Vojvodina (Dundjerski castle - Kovilj - Fruska Gora)

A picturesque castle in the Vojvodina plain near Bečej, nowadays hotel "Fantast". The pre - war landowner and wealthy heir, Bogdan Dundjerski built the castle between 1919 and 1923 together with a church and chapel the latter of which was decorated by the owner's close friend, the famous Uroš Predić. Dundjerski, a passionate lover of horses set up a stud farm with 1.400 thoroughbred horses which still exists today on a somewhat smaller scale.

Day 1th: Arrival to Belgrade. Transfer to the hotel. Accommodation. Dinner. Spare time. Overnight.

Day 2nd: Breakfast. Route: Novi Sad - Sremski Karlovci - Palić.
Departure to Novi Sad. Visit to the old city center of Novi Sad [Sloboda Square, Orthodox Church, Vladičinski Palace, City Hall, Cathedral, Dunavska Street, Nikolajevska Church, Serbian National Theatre, Mladenački [Newlyweds] Square, bridges on the Danube, Sahat Tower], Petrovaradin Fortress.

Departure to Sremski Karlovci, the center of Serbian spiritual and secular power; visit to Orthodox Church, Patriarchate Court, Main Square and High School of Karlovci. Wine tasting in one of old wine cellars, lunch in restaurant "Kod 4 lava" with traditional dining table of Vojvodina. Departure to Palić in the evening. Dinner at national restaurant Majkin salaš [homestead]. Overnight at Cvetni salas.

Day 3rd: Breakfast. Route: Palić - Dundjerski castle.
Visit to the Palic; Lake and park, one of the most beautiful in Serbia. We suggest driving by lake or riding bicycles through the beautiful baroque park. Trip continues to the famous castle of Dundjerski family - Fantast [1919]. Visitors will hear a romantic story about this castle and love between Bogdan Dundjerski and beautiful Mara. Visitors can enjoy horse riding within castle. This castle Bečame one of the trademarks of Vojvodina thanks to its beauty. Diner in the castle restaurant; traditional dishes and national music orchestra - tamburaši [tambourines orchestra]. Overnight.

Day 4th: Breakfast. Route: Dundjerski castle - Kovilj - Fruska Gora - Belgrade.

Departure to Kovilj. Visit to the Monastery in Kovilj. Tasting of famous Kovilj's brandies [rakija] and honey from the monastery; visit to a house of Laza Kostić [1841 - 1910], one of the greatest Serbian poets who wrote one of the most beautiful love poems dedicated to Lenka Dundjerski - "Santa Maria de la Salute". Trip continues towards Fruška Gora with visiting two of 17 monasteries. The monastery Krusedol [built from 1509 to 1516] and Monastery Grgeteg [built from 1465 to 1485]. Arrival to Belgrade. Accommodation. Dinner. Overnight.

Day 5th: Breakfast. Transfer to the airport; departure.
 
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