Our guide will meet the group at the Belgrade airport – Nikola Tesla. Panoramic and walking city sightseeing
1. Day – Belgrade
Our guide will meet you at the airport ” Nikola Tesla”. After airport procedures the trans-fer to the city center. Panoramic and waking tour of Belgrade.city sightseeing : New Bel-grade area, Kalemegdan fortress, Princess Ljubica residence, Gathering church, Inn “?” , pedestrian zone –Knez Mihajlova street, Republic Square, King Milan street , Old palace, New Palace ,National Parliament, Embassy district, Nato bombing ruins, House of flow-ers –President Tito Memorial, Dedinje suburb, Marakana stadium, St Sava Temple, Slavija square, King Alexander boulevard. Transfer to the hotel. Overnight.
2. Day- Sremski Karlovci, Novi Sad
Breakfast at the hotel. Full day trip to Novi Sad and Sremski Karlovci – a small town on the Danube bank, some 6km away from Novi Sad. It is rightly called a town-museum, due to its remarkably preserved town nucleus in the baroque style, dating from the 18th and 19th centuries when became the spiritual and cultural center of Serbs. The first Serbian grammar school opened in Karlovci in 1791 and still is functional. You can also see the Patriarchal Palace (displaying artefacts from the treasury of the Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church) orthodox churches (Cathedral, Lower and Upper Churches), a Roman Catholic church, Museum of the City, City Hall (Magistrat) from whose balcony Serbian Vojvodina was declared in 1848, a pharmacy in Straser house (from early 19th century, still functioning), ‘Four Lions’ fountain (the legend says that whoever drinks from the fountain will come back to Sremski Karlovci some day). By all means visit the museum of honey and sample wines in wine cellars. Sremski Karlovci is famous for its authentic li-queur wine, Bermet, rumoured to have been enjoyed by those on the .Visit also the Chapel of Peace which was built on the spot where in 1699 Turkey and European forces negotiated a peace treaty, so-called “Peace of Karlovci”. .Continue tour towards Novi Sad ,visit of Petrovaradin Fortress which has been known as the Gibraltar of the Danube. It has been well preserved and is considered to be the second largest fortress in Europe. The Clock Tower is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. What is inter-esting is the fact that the big hand shows the hours, and the small one shows minutes. The reason for this was very practical – it used to help people, especially sailors to see the time from a great distance. Visit of city center of Novi Sad, Liberty square the main city square which has witnessed a number of significant events such as New Year’s Eve celebrations, concerts and manifestations of different kinds. The square is surrounded by The City Hall, The Palace of Finance (Bank of Vojvodina), Catholic Church, Tanurdzic’s Palace, Hotel “Vojvodina” etc. The statue of a former Novosadian mayor, politician, journalist and lawyer Svetozar Miletic takes the central place of the square.
3. Day – Belgrade
Breakfast at the hotel. Half day trip to Zemun and President Tito Memorial house. Zemun once was separate city and actually was the most southern city of Austro-Hungarian Empire .Zemun has been a municipality within the city of Belgrade since 1945. People have settled the area of Zemun as far back as the Neolithic, using the favorable position of the banks of the Danube and the Sava. You will enjoy the view from Gardos tower and hear the stories of old town of Zemun . After Zemun visit you will be able to hear the stories from different époque – House of Flowers or President Tito Memorial house .You will learn a lot of about history of the country once called Yugoslavia, about its ideals and dreams but also about its president and important politician of 20th centu-ry – Josip Broz Tito also you will see the gifts he was receiving from all over the world . Free time. Transfer to the hotel .Overnight.
4. Day – Belgrade
Breakfast at the hotel. Check out .Free time . Transfer to the airport . End of program.