Vinča Duration: 3 hours Itinerary: Departure from Belgrade, drive along Smederevo Road, Archaeological site Vinča The town of Vinča is located 14km from Belgrade, on the road to the town of Smederevo, and it is well known for its finds of enormous archaeological value. The prehistoric site of Belo brdo is on the very bank of the Danube and it represents a world famous archaeological site containing the remains of a alargeNeolithic settlement and occupying the cultural layer of 10,5 meters in the area of 10 hectares. The excavations, which began in 1908 and were carried out by Dr Miloje Vasic, professor at the University of Belgrade, revealed many houses and dugouts containing the remains of material culture of prehistoric man.
Viminacjum Duration: 6 hours Itinerary: Transfer from Belgrade to Viminacijum, welcome drink, Roman chariot ride, tour of the site Viminacium is archeological emplacement, ancient roman town, nearby old part of town Kostolac. It is situated 100 km from Belgrade. Roman military camp was established in I century and it lasted until the beginning of VII century. It was one of the most significant camps on the river Danube. Today Viminacium represent very remarkable locality, story of ancient glory, splendor and decay of Roman Empire that attracts the attention of both, the national and international public.
Novi Sad & Petrovaradin Duration: 5 hours Itinerary: Transfer from Belgrade to Petrovaradin, visit the Petrovaradin Fortress, visit of Novi Sad Novi Sad is situated in Pannonian plain by the river Danube, 75 km southwest from Belgrade. City is raised on the left bank of the river Danube in the XVII century as settlement of craftsmen and merchants, and since 1748 Novi Sad abruptly developed as free emperor-royal city. The trademark of the city is the Petrovaradin Fortress. It is located on the right bank of the river Danube, opposite to the city center. The Petrovaradin Fortress is an old medieval Hungarian fortress built in the 13th century.
Sremski Karlovci Duration: 5 hours Itinerary: Transfer from Belgrade to Sremski Karlovci, tour of the city, visit Family Zivanovic’s Museum ofBeekeeping and one of the most well-known wine cellars, wine tasting Sremski Karlovci is a small town situated on the slopes of Fruška gora, 57 kilometers from Belgrade. The baroque core contains many historical buildings, which strike with both their beauty and significance. Despite small number of inhabitants in this town, significance for Serbian history, culture and spirituality is huge. Rich in tradition, this is main destination for wine admirer. The Srem region, in Serbia’s northern Vojvodina province, is one of the oldest viticulture areas in Europe. Bermet, the region’s authentic wine, was exported even 150 years ago. It is exceptional liqueur wine, much like the Italian Vermouth, but produced in a different way – through maceration of 20 different herbs and spices.
Kovacica Duration: 4 hours Itinerary: Transfer from Belgrade to Kovacica, tour of the city, visit Babka Naive Art Gallery, visit workshop for violin Nemček Kovacica is the village in Serbia,Vojvodina region, famous of naive art paintings. Visit the Gallery of Naïve paining and houses of several the most famous naïve painters in Serbia. Take a look on technique and such a skills!
Topola & Oplenac Duration: 6 hours Itinerary: Transfer from Belgrade to Topola, visit the Karadjordjevic Dynasty Complex, visit the Aleksandrović winery, wine tasting The hill of Oplenac is situated in the heart of the picturesque Šumadija region. Represents foundation of the modern Serbian State on its peak, stands a unique monument of the Serbian cultural and historical heritage – the Church of Saint George. A white marbled five-domed mausoleum of the Karadjordjevic dynasty, decorated with impressive mosaics in 15,000 nuances, depicting biblical scenes copied from medieval frescoes from more than 70 Serbian Orthodox Monasteries. Oplenac is also home to the ‘Triumph’ white wine, once produced exclusively for King Aleksandar Karadjordjevic, according to the original recipe of German winemakers.