Belgrade city break
European but with oriental influences, Belgrade is a great weekend break, with tons of interesting sights and attractions, splendid architecture, a fast-paced nightlife, great and affordable shopping, as well as a thriving cultural scene.
As one of Europe’s oldest cities, located at the crossroads of the East and West, the capital of Serbia is an incredibly rich mosaic of different cultures, influences and styles with a mysterious and exotic atmosphere.
Belgrade was laid in ruins some sixty times but always arose from its cinders.
The oldest part of the town is situated at Belgrade fortress and Kalemegdan Park, with a splendid view over New Belgrade, Zemun and Panonian Plain.
The fortress, built on the high ground is overlooking the confluence of these two rivers. For centuries it was a frontier fortress, the apple of contend between the rivaling invaders, Romans, Goths, Huns, Byzantines, Crusaders, Hungarians, Turks and the others.
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Day 1: Arrival
Day 2: Half day city tour
Day 3: Free at leisure to discover the city
- Sightseeing Fruska Gora, Sremski Karlovci, Novi Sad (Full day tour)90km from Belgrade - Fruska Gora is an isolated mountain in Pannonian plain, famous for its natural beauties, vineyards and 17 monasteries built in the 15th and 16th century. Their historical value is under protection of UNESCO. - Sremski Karlovci, on the slopes of Fruska Gora mountain and Danube river bank known for its first ever boarding school in Serbia as well as a place where the change of border lines between Hapsburg and Ottoman Empires were agreed. Nowadays it is known for its vineyards, especially for local sweet wine "Bermet" production and homemade cake called"kuglof. - Novi Sad - with the imposing Petrovaradin Fortress located across the Danubecalled the “Gibraltar of the Danube” because of its strategic role through the centuries. Return to Belgrade.
Day 4: Departure
- Serbia in the Balkan Peninsula
- Climb to the the top of Gardoš Tower for a best view for the Church of Saint Dimitrije , the charming yellow Orthodox church
- Relax and enjoy the buzz of the city in Knez Mihailova a pedestrian street lined with shops and arts
- Don’t Miss Skadarska Street small ‘bohemian’ neighborhood
- Must see Ada Bridge
- Visit Belgrade Fortress and Belgrade Palace
- Visit Zeleni Venac to buy edible Serbian souvenirs like ajvar, fresh cheeses, produce, and rakija.
- Have Dinner with music in one of the traditional restaurants in the bohemian Skadarlija vintage street
- Chill in one od the cafes along the Sava and the Danube rivers
- Public transport. Belgrade's trams, trains, trolley buses and buses make it easy to move around the city.
- Summer days are warm and hot and generally with cool nights
- Smart dress
- walking shoes
- light jacket
- Dinar is the official currency
- Credit cards are widely accepted but keep some with you
- Visa is required for Lebanese citizens ( call us for further details)