8 Days travel package Balkan Peninsula

8 days Tour
3 Countries, 9 City Tours
Arrival to: Belgrade (Serbia)
Departure from: Belgrade (Serbia)


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Package details


8 days Tour
3 Countries (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia)
9 City Tours
7 Breakfast, Lunches and Dinners
All ticket included
Arrival to: Belgrade (Serbia)
Departure from: Belgrade (Serbia)

Tour itinerary
1.Day – Arrival in Belgrade

1.Day – Arrival in Belgrade

Arrival at the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport
Visit to the Old Embassy of the People's Republic of China in the Republic of Serbia, which was devastated in 1999. by NATO army. It was affected with 3 projectiles and 3 journalists died and 20 people was injured in the attack. (15 minutes)
Visit to the Temple of Saint Sava that is a Serbian Orthodox church. Dedicated to Saint Sava, the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church and an important figure in medieval Serbia. It is one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world. (30 minutes)
Lunch in one of the traditional restaurant in Belgrade Visit to the Museum of Yugoslavia is a public history museum in Belgrade that chronicles the period of Socialist Yugoslavia as well as the life of Josip Broz Tito. And visit to near by the House of Flowers that is the resting place of Josip Broz Tito (1892–1980), the President of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and his wife Jovanka Broz. (1 hour)
Short coffee stop on our way to Zlatibor
Trip to Zlatibor (220km) - judging by everything the most attractive mountain in Serbia. Which is famous and are the reason for visiting throughout the year for a soft and sunny summers and soft and sunny winter, a breath taking springs and a warm autumn.
Dinner and overnight stay at Zlatibor

2.Day – Drvengrad, Durmitor, Podgorica (Montenegro)

2.Day – Drvengrad, Durmitor, Podgorica (Montenegro)

Trip to Drvengrad (40 km) - which is a traditional Village, that the Serbian film director Emir Kusturica built for his film Life Is a Miracle. Since 2008, the Village hosts the annual Küstendorf Film and Music Festival and in 2010, it was visited by actor Johnny Depp.
Short coffee stop on our way to Djurdjevica Visit to Djurdjevica Tara Bridge, the 365-metre-long a concrete arch bridge over the Tara River in northern Montenegro, that was built between 1937 and 1940 in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. The project's Chief Engineer was Isaac Russo.
Visit to The Durmitor- (180km) created in 1952, includes the mountain of Durmitor, the canyons of Tara, Susica and Draga Rivers covering an area of 390 km². It is the largest protected area in Montenegro, and it was inscribed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1980.
Lunch in one of the traditional restaurant
Trip to Podgorica (120km)- the Capital city of Montenegro. We will visit Independence Square, formerly Square of the Republic is the central town square of Podgorica. And we will visit the Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ it is a cathedral of the Metropolitanate of Montenegro and the Littoral of the Serbian Orthodox Church.
Dinner and overnight stay in Podgorica

3.Day – Skadar Lake, Kotor, Budva (Montenegro)

3.Day – Skadar Lake, Kotor, Budva (Montenegro)

Visit to Skadar Lake that is the largest lake at the Balkan Peninsula. With fresh water and air one of the largest National Parks in Montenegro. It’s extremely famous for its diversity of flora and fauna. Lake itself is unusual for mutual vicinity of different living areas and their chain of feeding. (20 minutes)
Visit to the Saint Stephen- the Island that has a coast line in the central part of Montenegro Adriatic coast line. (15 minutes)
Lunch at traditional restaurant Cruising in Gulf of Kotor- expect to be swept away by the beautiful landscaping that surrounds you. The Old City of Kotor is one of the most well preserved medieval towns. It is surrounded by a large city wall that was built during the 9th century with Venetian influence. This coastal town is also a UNESCO World Natural and Historical Heritage Site, for its beautiful bay area and scenic background.
Dinner and overnight stay at Budva

4.Day – Budva, Stolac, Pocitelj, Mostar (B&H)

4.Day – Budva, Stolac, Pocitelj, Mostar (B&H)

Free time for discovering beautiful coasts of Budva (2 hours)
Trip to Stolac (160km)
Visit to Stolac- Stolac and its area have been settled since ancient times. Its rich hunting-grounds along with other natural benefits attracted prehistoric man, and later the Illyrians, Romans and Slavs, all of whom left a wealth of anthropological evidence. We will visit Old bridge on the Bregava is a sinking River in Bosnia and Herzegovina that passes through the Stolac City. It is a left tributary of the Neretva River.
Lunch in the restaurant on our way to Mostar
Visit to the Pocitelj (30km) - Heading for discovery Tour of the Ancient Town Pocitelj. There will be visiting the Mosque, Art Colony, and have the possibility to buy homemade food and handmade Souvenirs.
Departure to the Mostar (30km)
Dinner and overnight stay at Mostar

5.Day – Mostar and Sarajevo City Tours (B&H)

5.Day – Mostar and Sarajevo City Tours (B&H)

Mostar City Tour - Walking Tour of all the most important cultural and historical landmarks of Mostar like: The Old Bridge, Biscevica corner, Old part of Mostar, Kujundziluk Street.
Trip to Sarajevo (130km)
Lunch at traditional restaurant
City Tour of Sarajevo on foot, visiting all important cultural-historical sightseeing and introducing the story about historical facts, the last war and legends of Sarajevo. We will visit: Bascarsija with old handcrafts streets, Water fountain Sebilj, Town hall, Spite House, Old Orthodox Church, Gazi Husrev Bey Mosque, Cathedral, Jewish synagogue, Latin bridge and place of Franz Ferdinand's assassination, Markale marketplace, Sarajevo Roses and more...
Dinner and overnight stay in Sarajevo

6.Day- Visit to Novi Sad (Serbia)

6.Day- Visit to Novi Sad (Serbia)

Departure to the Salas 137 (280km)
Visit and lunch at Salas 137- that is a unique place near Novi Sad. You will enjoy the homemade food and drink with the authentic ambiance of the Salas and the local music of the Vojvodina plain. It‘s been recognizable for years and has been affirmed in this conceptual way of cooking and social life.
Visit to Petrovaradin Fortress (20km) – That is sitting on a hill above the Danube River, features centuries-old monuments, numerous museums and entertainment venues. Although the present-day fortress was built between 1692 and 1780, 21st-century archeological excavations show traces of Paleolithic civilizations living at the site some 20,000 years ago. Walk around the fortress to see these remains and numerous medieval structures. ( 30 minutes)
Departure to the Novi Sad (10km)
Check in to the Hotel
Dinner and overnight stay at Novi Sad

7.Day- Belgrade (Serbia)

7.Day- Belgrade (Serbia)

On our way we will stop to The Bajilo Wine Cellar that is dating from 1864 in the very center of the beautifully arranged baroque Cellar- In the vineyards of the Bajilo Family are grown numerous local and international grape varieties, of which some 30000 liters of wine is produced per year. Wine tasting includes 3-4 sorts of wines, which come along with cheese rolls and cheese. Cruise on Danube River- Once the frontier of the Roman Empire, the Danube River is the second longest river in Europe. The Sava River enters the Danube at Belgrade and together, the two rivers provide ample opportunities for visitors to enjoy the water view. Lunch in traditional restaurant
Visit to Kalemegdan Park- that is the largest park and the most important historical monument in Belgrade. It has 3,424 individual trees from 80 different tree species. Most of the trees were between 20 and 60 years old. Visit to Prince Michael Street, protected by law as one of the oldest and most valuable landmarks of the city.
Dinner and overnight stay in Belgrade
8.Day- Departure from Belgrade

8.Day- Departure from Belgrade

After breakfast some free time at your disposal.
Transfer from Hotel to the Airport in Belgrade.
End of the Tour.

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