This program has guaranteed departure and it is suitable for individuals who like to join in one group and make good atmosphere. During your stay in Belgrade, you will have opportunity to enjoy in good music and crowd on Belgrade streets or in local restaurants during New Year Eve.
Join us in Serbia with the urban birder for an exclusive long (eared Owl) weekend! Observe owls, geese and cranes with bird experts David Lindo and Milan Ruzic.
Explore some of the hidden gems of the former republic of Yugoslavia on this tour. You visit beautiful monasteries and ancient villages, stunning scenery and fascinating cities. This is where Europe meets the Orient - come see for yourself.
“Serbia is a Balkan country an is considered as a major land route connecting Central Europe to Turkey, it is one of the least discovered European countries for touring purposes. However, with advancement in its tourism sector, Serbia has become one of the major holiday destinations for people who like to indulge in nightlife and multi-cuisine restaurants and those who like to visit architectural wonders, such as those found in Danube and Subotica.”
History & Culture - Visit Belgrade, Serbia’s capital city, and explore Belgrade Fortress and Orthodox Cathedral. Visit the Kalemegdan Park with its zoo and castle, and Princess Ljubica’s Konak, a Turkish architectural piece can be visited. History lovers can spend time in the National Museum (Narodni Muzej), later relax at the Danube River, and enjoy a quiet meal in the floating restaurant along the river.
In Novi Sad you can visit a military base and park at Petrovaradin and enjoy in the Dunavski Park. Religious people can visit St. Mary Cathedral and Fruska Gora Monasteries.
In Sombor, you can enjoy shopping on the main street at Glavnjak and also walk along the historic buildings. At Zupanija, a City Hall takes you back in old Serbian times. Sombor National Museum, National Library, and Veljko Petrovic Gimnasium are some other attractions.
Visit Kragujevac’s sights: the historical building of First High School, the New Church, and the Monument to the Executed Pupil.
Hiking & Mountaineering - In Eastern Serbia, the Homolje Mountain Range is a popular destination for hiking and mountaineering. Use a local specialist tour operator for customized hiking and mountaineering expeditions of short or long distance. On the way to the Homolje Range, you may explore Serbia by visiting different medieval forts, monasteries, peaks, caves, lakes, and mountains. Golija hiking is also popular because of the scenic beauty it presents and you may be able to taste Rakija, a special form of beer, in this region of Serbia. Similarly, regions like Stara Planina, Tara, and Fruska Gora are popular for hiking, mountaineering, and mountain biking excursions.
Birdwatching - Many guided and study tours are organized for bird watching across Serbia. Obesdska Bara in Panonian Basin has more than 220 species of rare birds. You can also enjoy boating while bird watching at Ludasko jezero of Backa region and at Carsca Bara. The white-headed vultures, the species found in the Balkans can be seen near Zlatar Mountain in the Canyon of Uvac River.
Skiing - Adventurers can feel the rush while skiing in Kopaonik ski center in Serbia. Here the track is nearly 45km. During winters, the Zlatibor ski center at Tornik peak is a great place to travel for skiing activities.
Cave Exploration - Exploring the caves of Serbia is one of the popular holiday activities. Many formal and informal caving groups are present in different parts of Serbia and are able to enroll visitors in professional caving experiences. Even cave diving is an adventure activity taught in these groups. Ceremosnja, Risovaca, Belgrade, and Stopica are some of the popular caving destinations.
Rafting & Log Rafting - View panoramic views of the mountain Tara while rafting down Drina River. A Joy Ride event is organized on Ibar River in August. You can watch and also participate while enjoying the scenic beauty of curvy green forests along the way. Among many rivers, Lim River is said to be the rafters’ favorite river because of its whirls and its bright hues.
Serbian Wine Routes - See where Serbia’s oldest and most famous wine is made. The heritage varieties like Muscat Croquan, Kederka, and Kevedinka are popular along the Palic Wine Route. Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco, and Italian Riesling from Vrsac Wine Route are also famous. Similarly you can explore Smederevo, Oplenac, Negotin, and Fruska Gora Wine routes.
Fishing - The Serbian rivers are full of carp, trout, perch, pike, starlet, and white fish. You can enjoy fishing in various riverbeds like Danube, Morava, Sava, and Tisa.
From May to October the Serbian climate is warm and dry. Skiers should visit in the winter season that runs from November to March.
Explore some of the hidden gems of the former republic of Yugoslavia on this tour. You visit beautiful monasteries and ancient villages, stunning scenery and fascinating cities. This is where Europe meets the Orient - come see for yourself. More
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