From  £1645
per person
Tour Highlights
  • Discover Belgrade Fortress
  • Admire St Sava Cathedral in Belgrade
  • Enjoy a tour of Lepesnki Vir
  • Explore the Roman site Felix Romuliana
  • Visit the beautiful Vrnjacka Banja spa
  • Visit the amazing Studenica Monastery
  • Ride on the figure 8 mountain railway
  • Stop at the ethnic village of Drvengrad
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Cultural Landscapes of Serbia

10 Day Tour, from £1645 per person

Discover the cultural landscapes of Serbia on this this tailor-made tour, travelling by private car with a driver-guide. Explore the incredible mediaeval monasteries of Fruska Gora National Park, admire the well-preserved mosaic floors of Felix Romuliana and travel on a unique scenic railway - the historic Sargan Eight - which cuts through the beautiful mountain landscape in a figure of eight.

Tour Itinerary

DAY 1
FLY TO BELGRADE
FLY TO BELGRADE
Fly to Serbia’s capital and transfer to the hotel for a three night stay. Take a short panoramic tour of the city and enjoy dinner at a restaurant in the Skadarlija area. (D)
DAY 2
BELGRADE
BELGRADE
Enjoy a morning sightseeing tour of Belgrade including visits to Belgrade Fortress, Kalemegdan Park, the old quarter, Central Republic Square, Prince Mihailo Street, Terezije Square, the Old Palace and St. Sava Cathedral. Afternoon at leisure; perhaps visit one of the city’s many museums such as Tito’s Museum or the House of Flowers. (B,D)
DAY 3
VOJVODINA
VOJVODINA
Take a full day excursion to the Vojvodina Plain, including a visit to Fruska Gora National Park, renowned for its vineyards and monasteries dating from the 15th and 16th century. Visit Sremski Karlovci, a small baroque town famous for its architecture and wine cellars. The last stop of the day is Novi Sad, Serbia’s second largest city, which is home to the Petrovaradin Fortress, also known as the Gibraltar of the Danube”. (B,D)
DAY 4
BELGRADE TO KLADOVO
BELGRADE TO KLADOVO
Visit Viminacium, one of the most importantRoman cities and military camps from the 1st to 4th centuries. Continue to Lepesnki Vir - an important Mesolithic archaeological site dating from between 6700-5500 BC. Visit the Diana Roman fortification from the 2nd century AD en route to the riverside town of Kladovo. (B,D)
DAY 5
KLADOVO TO VRNJACKA BANJA
KLADOVO TO VRNJACKA BANJA

Depart Belgrade and head east towards Serbia’s ‘Iron Gate’ on the Danube river. Visits today include ‘Smederevo Fortress’, Serbia’s temporary capitol from the Middle Ages, ‘Viminacium’, one of the most important Roman cities and military camps from the 1st to 4th centuries, ‘Lepesnki Vir’, an important Mesolithic archaeological site dating from between 6700-5500 BC. Along the way drive through the Djerdap Gorge, the longest and deepest gorge in Europe, with the mighty Danube running alongside. Arrive in the riverside town of Kladovo for an overnight stay. (B,D)

DAY 6
STUDENICA AND SOPOCANI MONASTERIES
STUDENICA AND SOPOCANI MONASTERIES

Spend the day visiting Serbia’s most treasured monasteries, both UNESCO protected. First stop is Sopocani Monastery, famed for its colourful wall frescos from the 13-14th Century. Afterwards, head on to the magnificent Studenica Monastery, the largest and richest Orthodox monastery in Serbia, with its impressive collection of Byzantine-style frescoes. Also pay a visit to Gradac Nunnery, built in the 13th Century by the Serbian Queen Helen of Anjou. Continue Return to Vrnjacka Banja. (B,D)

DAY 7
VRNJACKA BANJA TO ZLATIBOR
VRNJACKA BANJA TO ZLATIBOR

Drive towards Zlatibor, making various stops en-route. Visit ‘Sirogojno’ an open-air museum which depicts the life of a traditional family from the region. Travel on to Mokra Gora for a train journey on the unique mountain railway. The Sargan Eight is an old-fashioned narrow-gauge railway which cuts through the picturesque mountain landscape. Continue to the ethnic village of Drvengrad, built by film director Emir Kusturica for his film 'Life is a Miracle', before arriving in Zlatibor for a 2 night stay. (B,D)

DAY 8
ZLATIBOR REGION
ZLATIBOR REGION

Take a boat ride through the Uvac Nature Reserve to try and catch a glimpse of the one of the 60-65 pairs of Griffon Vultures that nest around Zlatar mountain. There will be an option to take a jeep up to the ’Prayer’ look-out point, for breath-taking views of the canyon below. Return to Zlatibor via Mileseva Monastery, known for one of the most famous frescos in Serbian culture, the ’White Angel’. Return to Zlatibor. (B,D)

DAY 9
ZLATIBOR TO BELGRADE
ZLATIBOR TO BELGRADE
Travel to Openlac via the Ovcar-Kablar Gorge. Oplenac is the unofficial capital of the Karadjordjevic dynasty. It features the magnificent mausoleum of the royal family and the church of St.George which is one of the most beautiful orthodox churches in the country. The inside of the church is covered with must see mosaics from floor to ceiling.Travel back to Belgrade for a final night in the capital. (B,D)
DAY 10
FLY TO THE UK
Transfer to the airport for the flight back to the UK. (B)

Pricing Information

10 day tour, from £1645 per person
(Single person supplement + £365)

Price Includes

  • Return flights in economy class with Air Serbia direct from London Heathrow
  • All airport taxes and security charges
  • Accommodation in 3-star hotels on Half-board basis (apart from in Belgrade on Day 1 when dinner is at a local restaurant)
  • Meals as specified (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
  • All transfers and transportation with English speaking driver
  • Sightseeing with English-speaking guides in Belgrade and Novi Sad
  • Entrance fees on sightseeing tours

Price Excludes

  • Optional excursions

Price Includes

Price Excludes

Price Notes

Single room supplement: £365


Tour Route Map


  1. Serbia, Belgrade
  2. Serbia, Novi Sad
  3. Serbia, Kladovo
  4. Serbia, Vrnjacka Banja
  5. Serbia, Zlatibor
  6. Serbia, Belgrade

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