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On our guaranteed daily tours you will learn something new, have fun and create new memories, all you have to do is choose a day! Take a look at the itinerary and sign up for the tour that you would like to attend!
The price includes:
- Transportation services;
- Licensed tour guide services / group companion guide;
- Lunch at Skadarlija;
- Ticket for Museum of „Nikola Tesla“.
The price doesn’t include individual costs during the trip.
The payment method: on departure, on the bus or the day before to the representative of the travel agency.
You can sign up for this tour until 8:00pm on the day prior to departure.
Group meeting and departure from Novi Sad at 09:00 am in front of locomotive, next to the train station. An hour and a half journey to the first destination.
Around 10:30 am arrival in Belgrade Waterfront - a newly built complex with a promenade along the Sava River, from which the walk to the Belgrade Fortress Kalemegdan begins. Visiting Kalemegdan fortress, as one of the most important cultural historical complexes and military stronghold, located above the confluence of Sava into the Danube river, walk to the Victor monument originating from 1928, as a symbol of the tenth anniversary of Thessaloniki front breakthrough. We then continue the tour towards Belgrade city center through Knez Mihailova street. Arrival at the Republic Square, which boasts the National Theater, the monument to Mihailo Obrenović, the National Museum. Lunch in well-known bohemian quarter of Skadarlija in one of the oldest restaurants of traditional food „Three Hats“. Free time for individual activities.
Group meeting at 4 pm and departure to the Мuseum of „Nikola Tesla“, one of the most famous Serbian and world scientists, which enabled much easier and more efficient transmission of electricity over a distance by an alternating current system. Around 5:30 pm departure to the Church of St. Sava, the largest Orthodox church in the Balkans, and one of the largest in the world. The temple was built at the place where it was believed that in 1594 the relics of Saint Sava, the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church, were burnt. Group meeting at 6:30 pm and return to Novi Sad. Arrival in Novi Sad around 8:00 pm.