Published in Tours, Serbia
Day 1: Belgrade
Arrival in Belgrade. Meet and greet the guide at the airport. Upon arrival we start the tour
Taking a walking tour around Belgrade's city center is the best way to get your first impressions of both the city and its residents. Encounter the history, culture, and architecture of Serbia's capital on a walking tour with a local guide. See the key sights, and learn about how Belgrade became the vibrant city that it is today.
Your tour will first take you to the National Assembly and the Royal Palaces, where you can learn about Serbia's turbulent political history and hear some spicy details about Serbia's royal dynasties. As you continue your walk towards the heart of the city, you will discover some of the many important landmarks of Belgrade such as the former Trade Union Hall, the historical Hotel Moscow, the Terazije Fountain, and many more.
You will also get the chance to feel the unique atmosphere of the famous Bohemian Quarter of Skadarlija Street, and learn about the traditions, gastronomy, and customs of the locals. Your tour will later take you to the main city square where you'll get the chance to admire the Monument of Prince Mihailo, the National Museum, and the National Theatre, before taking a walk around the Knez Mihailova pedestrian street, taking you to the Orthodox Cathedral. You'll later finish the tour by enjoying the view from Kosančićev Venac and learning about Kalemegdan Park and Belgrade's fortress. Free time. Accommodation and dinner at hotel in Belgrade.
Day 2: Belgrade-Nish-Belgrade
Breakfast at hotel. After just over 2 hours of driving, you will reach Niš. From here your day is reserved for your exploration of the birth city of the famous Roman Emperor, Constantine the Great.
You will begin by visiting the Niš Fortress, which lies on the bank of Nišava River. It assumed its final shape in 1723, at which point the Turks completed it whilst facing the end of their reign in this area. Its construction required that over 40 stone cutters from Constantinople, and around 400 bricklayers from Niš had to be hired. You will continue your sightseeing of the most important sights in the city including the Banovina Building, The Niš Liberators Monument at King Milan Square, the Monument of well-known Serbian writer Stevan Sremac. You will then explore the Mediana Archeological Site and the infamous Skull Tower (which was erected by the Turks as an example to others of the folly of opposition to their rule). Your tour will then conclude with a visit to the Red Cross Nazi Concentration Camp, which is today a museum. The German Gestapo operated the camp and held captured Jews, Serbians, and Romas during the Second World War.
After that, you will have free time for individual activities in Niš and to try some of the traditional delicacies for which Niš is widely famous. Dinner and overnight at hotel in Belgrade.
Day 3: Belgrade
After breakfast at hotel we start our tour. Beginning from St. Sava Temple, your informative tour begins with exploring the biggest Ortodox temple on the Balkans and one of the biggest Ortodox churches in the world. The tour then continues with a trip to a museum dedicated to one of the most significant figures of the Balkans, Nikola Tesla. This is the only museum in the world which preserves his original and personal legacy. The tour then continues through Tašmajdan park near St. Marko Church and onward to the Main Post Office and City Assembly, before concluding at Nikola Pašic Square.
Free time for individual activities, shopping or walking. Dinner and overnight at hotel.
Day 4: Belgrade-Airport
After the breakfast check out from the hotel. Transfer to the airport for your flight back to home, bringing back wonderful memories from trip to Serbia.
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