Serbia – Bosnia and Herzegovina – Montenegro
1. day …BELGRADE
Arrival to airport ‘’Nikola Tesla’’. Transfer to hotel. Panoramic city tour: Republic Square where are situated National Museum of Serbia, National Theatre, Terazije Square, Hotel Moscow, Parliament, City Hall, St. Marco’s Church, Tashmajdan park, Slavija Square, St. Sava Chatedral, one of the biggest orthodox temples in the world. After visit St. Sava Chaterdal, tour continues to ’’House of Flowers’’, grave of long standing president of former Republic of Yugoslavia – Josip Broz Tito. Accommodation in hotel. Free time. Overnight.
2. day BELGRADE – SIROGOJNO VILLAGE – MOUNTAIN ZLATIBOR
Breakfast at hotel. Leaving the rooms and checking out from hotel. Departure from Belgrade to Zlatibor mountain with stop in ethno village known as the Old Village Museum Sirogojno – building skills and interior facilitation, as well as the way of organizing business and family life of people in the hilly – mountainous areas of the Dinar region are presented in 55 buildings (of which 32 are in permanent museum exhibition) which are relocated from Zlatibor’s villages. Accommodation in the hotel. Overnight.
3. day ZLATIBOR – WOODENTOWN – VISHEGRAD – SARAJEVO
Breakfast at hotel. Leaving the rooms and checking out from hotel. Departure from Zlatibor to Sarajevo – the capital and largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with stop in Woodentown (Drvengrad) – also known as Küstendorf and Mećavnik . It is a traditional village that the Serbian film director Emir Kusturica built for his film Life Is a Miracle. After visiting the tour continues to the Vishegrad – small town in Bosnia and Herzegovina, known for its famous Old bridge on the Drina river, built by the order of the Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic. Drive to Sarajevo. Evening departure to Sarajevo. Accommodation in the hotel. Overnight.
4. day SARAJEVO – MOSTAR
Breakfast at hotel. Leaving the rooms and checking out from hotel. Sightseeing tour: the old Bascarsija quarter with preserved crafts and oriental architecture, the Latin Bridge, the City Hall, the Bey’s mosque, the old Orthodox church with Icon museum, Catholic church. Driving to Mostar, one of the most beautiful towns of Herzegovina. On arrival sightseeing: Mostar Old Bridge with well-preserved historical core and old Bazaar, included in 2005 into UNESCO’s List of World Cultural Heritage, with its towers, Tower of Halebija – Cehovina, Ceyvan Cehan Mosque, Karadjoz-bey’s Mosque, Old market. Accommodation in the hotel. Free time for individual activities. Overnight.
5. day MOSTAR – NEUM – TREBINJE
Breakfast at hotel. Leaving the rooms and checking out from hotel. Drive to Neum, the only seaside resort of Bosnia and Herzegovina on the Adriatic coast, situated on the hill side of the Neum – Klek bay. Free time until departure to Trebinje – the southernmost city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Republika Srpska lies at the foot of Leotar Mountain. Sigthtseeing of city. Accommodation in hotel. Free time. Overnight.
6. day TREBINJE – KOTOR – BUDVA
Breakfast at hotel. Leaving the rooms and checking out from hotel. Departure from Trebinje to Budva. Drive along breathtaking Boka Kotor Bay and visit to Kotor – UNESCO World Heritage site. On arrival sightseeing: old town, Clock tower, St.Typhon Cathedral… Free time until departure to Budva. Accommodation in hotel. Free time for individual activities. Overnight.
7. day BUDVA – UVAC – MOUNTAIN ZLATAR
Breakfast at hotel. Leaving the rooms and checking out from hotel. Departure from Budva to Zlatar mountain. Driving to Uvac –
national park where is home of the largest bird of prey in Europe – Griffon vulture. Visit to the ’’Molitva” viewpoint that provides an amazing view over the entire system of meanders, Pester, mountains Zlatar and Javor. Drive along Uvac lake. Evening departure to Zlatar mountain. Accommodation in hotel. Overnight.
8. day MOUNTAIN ZLATAR – KRAGUJEVAC
Breakfast at hotel. Leaving the rooms and checking out from hotel. Driving to Kragujevac. On arrival sightseeing. Accommodation in hotel. Free time for individual activities. Overnight.
9. day KRAGUJEVAC – WATERFALL VELIKI BUK – MONASTERY MANASIJA – BELGRADE
Breakfast at hotel. Leaving the rooms and checking out from hotel. First stop will be waterfall Veliki Buk. The waterfall is over 20 meters high and is considered to be among the highest in Serbia. It’s strongest in the spring, because it carries the most water in that period. It’s most refreshing during the summer heat and it is most beautiful in the autumn. Driving to monastery Manasija also known as Resava – one of the last monuments to Serbian mediaeval culture. The church was founded by Despot Stefan Lazarevich, son of Prince Lazar, between 1406 and 1418. The church is dedicated to the Holy Trinity. It is one of the most significant monuments of medieval Serbian culture and it belongs to the “Morava school”. Manasija complex was declared Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1979, and it is protected by Republic of Serbia, and monastery have entered a UNESCO Tentative List Process. Departure to Belgrade. Free time until transfer to the airport ’’Nikola Tesla’’. (End of program)
Transport with high class coach, accommodation in hotel 3* and 4* based on 8 nights on bed and breakfast basis, admissons for museums, english speaking guide during the program.
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