What a great tour. I was in Serbia for business and had two days to myself. I wanted to see more of Serbia than just Belgrade so I booked this tour (plus I was lured in by the prospect of tasting some Serbian wine). Victor...More
Meet your guide at your Belgrade hotel and depart in an air-conditioned minivan or car to Vojvodina. Learn about the history of Northern Serbia as you view the colorful landscapes of the Pannonian plane from your window. Arrive at Fruska Mountain and visit one of the 16 medieval Orthodox monasteries in the surrounding forests.
Make your way to Sremski Karlovci and explore the town landmarks, including the Four Lions Fountain, The Karlovci Gymnasium, the Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas, and the Serbian Orthodox Theological Seminary. Taste local Bermet wine and Kuglof cakes.
Continue on to Petrovaradin Fortress and enjoy the view of the city of Novi Sad. Descend to the city and stroll through the streets to admire its many highlights and landmarks. Pause to enjoy a Serbian lunch (own expense) and wander through Novi Sad independently.
Return by vehicle to your Belgrade hotel.
Aleksandar was my guide for the trip to Novi Sad tour. What a fantastic tour guide! He was very knowledgeable regarding the area, and he answered all my questions that I had! He is also an adventurous character! It is inspiring! I like to discover...More
It was really last-minute - I texted their customer service number the evening before and within 10 minutes, was offered a space on the tour. It was made very clear that I was the last person to sign up and would have to take the...More
We took this tour as a family of 4. Our guide Stefan was so informative, professional and personable. Very interesting places to visit and Stefan’s encyclopaedic knowledge of the history and places we were visiting was fascinating. Brilliant day out and very highly recommended.
The transportation infrastructure outside Belgrade is not so developed. Especially during the summer with the heat, it is a very nice to join a tour . The small group tour (no more than 8) is also the perfect size. We have people from US who...More