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Journey to West Serbia begins in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. This is a journey where you will meet the customs and traditions of western Serbia. Each place we visit has a unique energy and will leave you breathless.  On our journey map, the first place we will visit is the ethnic village of Terzića...

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The doorway to the past Vol.2 is an unusual journey, that will take you to the mystical places of eastern Serbia. From the famous Viminacium, late lunch at the restaurant “Kapetan Misin breg”. And all the way to the medieval Manasija Monastery. National Museum in Zajecar National Museum in Zajecar is the home to over...

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Herceg Novi is a beautiful old town at the foothill of Orjen mountain. It stands between the mimosas, oleanders, magnolias, eucalyptuses… This is the town of eternal greenery, sun and thousand stairs. The history left behind many fortresses, towers, monasteries, churches that witnessed six centuries of different cultural influences. The walking tour will introduce you...

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Explore the hidden stories and the beauty of Serbian Monasteries For many centuries, Serbian monasteries stands tall as the guardians of the tradition and past. Manasija monastery is one of the most significant monuments of Serbian medieval culture. It belongs to the so-called  “Moravian school”. which Stefan Lazarevic built it in 15 century. Immediately after...

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Vineyards of Vrsac

June 10, 20191

Vrsac is one of the most visited cities in Vojvodina. The main features of this city are the tower, famous vineyards and monasteries.  The tower is located on the Vrsac bank above the city. Locals don’t know the exact time of its construction, but we can say that it was built around 15th century. The...

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Pannonian Romance

June 7, 20190

The Sloven tribes settled the territory of today’s Vojvodina during the VI and VII century. Before they crossed the Danube and the Sava rivers, they were settling on the Balkan peninsula. Particularly important cultural centers were Sremski Karlovci, Novi Sad and Fruska Gora monasteries. The government restored monastery complex in the 18th century. Now it...

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If your idea of a perfect vacation includes being exposed to other cultures and interacting with local people, then look no further than our exclusive Museum Tour.

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Belgrade Museum Tour

Duration
ALL DAY
Destination
Serbia
Travellers
6+

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