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9 days / 8 nights

Day 1: Arrival Belgrade, Serbia

(Total distance for this day 20 KM – total drive only 30 min)

Arrive to Nikola Tesla International Airport of Belgrade. Meeting at the airport with our representative and transfer to the hostel KARAVAN. Latter, we will enjoy dinner in the atmosphere of the local bohemian quarters of Skadarlija, with typical food and music.

Overnight in Belgrade: (2 night) (D)

Day 2: Belgrade full day city tour

Enjoy today a city tour of Belgrade, capital of Serbia since 1403, when Despot Stefan, son of Prince Lazar, moved his palace here. We will start our day by a short walk to visit Museum of Nikola Tesla to learn more about live and achievements of this extraordinary scientist.

Latter we will continue our tour by walking to the elegant Republic Square, where we will make a close inspection of its architectonic monuments such as the National Theatre and the National Museum. We will stroll along unavoidable Knez Mihajlova Street – the main shopping and meeting place, in order to see a few other masterpieces of Belgrade’s architecture, such as the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. We will then visit the oldest quarters of the 19th century, including the ‘Question mark sign’ Inn, Princess Ljubica’s Residence (now housing a permanent exhibition of original furniture), as well as the Patriarchy and the Orthodox Cathedral. We will have quick lunch in one of many restaurants right on the main street.

St Sava Temple Victor

Walking through the streets of the old part of town we will arrive to the fortress of Kalemegdan, which is the symbol of Belgrade, situated where the River Sava flows into the Danube. Our visit to the fort will start with the Upper fortress area.

It includes well-preserved artillery structures dating from the mid-18th century, as well as a medieval fortification – an acropolis with original or partly reconstructed ramparts, gateways, towers and the excavated ruins of a 15th century castle. A few Turkish monuments and some ancient Roman remains also lie in this area. In this section of the fortification complex we will see the elegant 18th century Baroque Clock Tower and the Roman Well. Our tour of the Eastern Ward includes the Rose Church of Our Lady, along with a panoramic view of the Lower fortress and its monuments – the Nebojsa Tower, the Baroque Gate of Karl VI, and the remains of the medieval metropolitan palace. In the evening you will have free time to enjoy Belgrade on your own.

Overnight in Belgrade. (B, L)

B- Breakfast, L – Lunch, D – Dinner

Day 3 : Belgrade – River Drina Cruise – Ethno Village Mecavnik

(Total distance for this day 220 km – total drive only 4h 30 min)

After breakfast, before leaving Belgrade, we will visit new St. Sava Church. This is the third largest Orthodox Church in Europe, built at the place where in 1594 Sinnan Pasha had the holy relics of St. Sava burned.

We will take a beautiful scenic road, following river Drina, which forms the border between Serbia and Bosnia. We will take a short cruise ( ) through the canyon and have a lunch on board. The beauty of the River Drina lies not only in its biological diversity and a rare scenic beauty.. Everything is so close that you can almost reach out and touch the freezing water beneath you and steep rocks and dark forests along the river banks will surround you. Only the sky is far away from you. It shows up there among the grey rocks as a narrow pale blue stripe…
After a short drive we will arrive to the ethno village of Mecavnik, the ‘Wooden City’, built as a setting for the latest film of the very famous movie director Emir Kusturica. The amazing village was, until recently, merely a couple of salvaged traditional wooden houses on a bluff above a beautiful valley. This village will be our home for tonight.

Overnight in Mecavnik: Hotel (1 night) (B, L, D)

river Drina mecavnik from above

Day 4: Mecavnik – Sargan Eight Train – Monastery Studenica

(Total distance for this day 160 km – total drive only 3h 30 min)

This morning we will take a nostalgic journey by the old steam engine “Šarganska Osmica” for 15km, crossing breathtaking scenery through 20 tunnels, 10 bridges and across many viaducts. Once, this narrow gauge train, affectionately known as the Cira (Chira), used to be the only traveling solution for the people of the area. The train cut its path through the astonishing landscapes of Serbia and Bosnia, on its way from Belgrade to Sarajevo, and further on to Dubrovnik. Now it is possible to ride a 15km part of it, famous for its curves in the shape of the number 8 that made it possible to climb the steep slopes of the mountains Šargan and Mokra Gora. The track was reconstructed in 1999. During the ride, the train makes a few stops, one of which lasts 20 minutes to let you take some fabulous photographs, enjoy the views, or have a refreshment in the café of a tiny and charming ‘railway station’. Lunch will be at the railway station. Continuing our journey we will take a drive trough beautiful countryside to the Monastery Studenica (UNESCO site) where we will spend a night. Dinner in the monastery.

Overnight in Monastery Studenica Compound (1 night) (B, L, D).


Day 5: Monastery Studenica – Mt. Kopaonik – Niš

(Total distance for this day 190 km – total drive only 4h 30 min)

After breakfast this morning we will learn more about the Monastery Studenica. It was founded by Stefan Nemanja. This is considered to be the crowning achievement of medieval culture and art in Serbia. The monastery complex consists of the fascinating Church of the Virgin (1183 – 1196), the Church of SS Joachim and Anne (also known as the King’s Church) and the Church of St. Nicholas, a simple single-nave building. The monastery circle contains monuments raised over a period of 130 years, and several Serbian rulers had a hand in their construction. At the start of this period, the young Serbian feudal state under Stefan Nemanja was consolidating its independence, and by King Milutin’s reign it had reached the height of its political, cultural and economic power. The strengthening of the medieval state and of its ruler’s might is naturally reflected in these monuments.

Our drive will take via Kopaonik, a mountain range located in South Serbia. It is the largest in Serbia. The highest point is the Pancic’s Peak with 2,017 m. The central part of the Kopaonik plateau was declared a national park. It is one of the most popular ski center in Serbia as well as hiking center during summer months. We will make a short stop for a lunch.

Next, we will get to Niš, the second largest town in Serbia. This city is most famous as the birthplace of Constantine the Great. It is situated in the Nišava valley, near the spot where it joins the Južna Morava River, one of the most important Balkan and European traffic lines along which peoples, goods and armies moved. Known as the ‘Via Militaris’ in Roman and Byzantine periods and the ‘Constantinople road’ in the Middle Ages and the period of Turkish rule, these roads still represent major European traffic arteries. Niš is one of the oldest cities in the Balkans, and has from ancient times been considered a gateway between the East and the West. There is abundant archaeological evidence that Niš was inhabited even in prehistoric times. The city was named after the Nišava River, which was called Navissos by the Celtic inhabitants of the town. Each new conqueror gave the town a new name: Roman Naissus, Byzantine Nysos, Slovene Niš, or German Nissa. We will see Niš Fortress, a complex and very important cultural and historical monument that dominates the urban nucleus of the city. The existing fortification is of Turkish origin, dating from the first decades of the 18th century. It is known as one of the most significant and best preserved monuments of this kind in the Balkans. Dinner in the local restaurant.

Overnight in Niš: (1 night) (B, L, D)

monastery Studenica

Day 6: Nis – Skopje MACEDONIA

(Total distance for this day 200 KM – total drive only 2h)

After breakfast, we will cross the border info Macedonia. We will we will explore Skopje, capital and the largest city in the Republic of Macedonia. It is located in a valley, on both sides of the river Vardar. It can be traced back 2000 years when it was known as the ancient city of Skupi. We will walk through the old part of the town “Charshi”, where is the Stone Bridge – a symbol of Skopje built by Turks in 15th century. We will visit the church of St. Spas, with its marvelous iconostas first from 17th century, Old Bazaar, Fortress Kale whose first walls date to the 6th century, Mustapha Pasha Mosque – one of the most beautiful objects of Ottoman architecture erected in 1492 with the earliest wall paintings, Daut Pasha Bath, a masterpiece of Islamic civil architecture from the second half of 15th century.
Afternoon is free for you to enjoy this lovely town on your own. Lunch will be in the local restaurant.
Overnight in Skopje: Hotel (1 night) (B, L)

Day 7: Skopje – St. Jovan Bigorski – Ohrid

(Total distance for this day 200 KM – total drive only 3h 30 min)

In the morning we depart for Ohrid. First we will pass through the National Park of Mavrovo – biggest in Macedonia, made famous by its lake, river, gorges and waterfalls. Continuing our drive on a beautiful scenic mountain road, we will arrive to Monastery of Sv. Jovan Bigorski, famous for its iconostasis carved in wood and by its particular nice location on the slope of the mountain. Before arriving to Ohrid we will pass through Struga, a town located at the mouth of river Black Drim into Lake Ohrid. Dinner will be in the local restaurant.

Overnight in Ohrid: Hotel (2 nights) (B, L D)

sv Jovan Bigorski

Day 8: Ohrid

(Total distance for this day 260 KM – total drive only Sh 30 min)

In the morning, we will enjoy a walking tour around the old town-museum of Ohrid (UNESCO cite), located on the shore of Lake Ohrid, which lays at 695m above sea level. The town is known in prehistoric and classical times under the name of Lychnidos – the City of Lights. Slavs gave it the name of Arida in 10th century, and it became a major center of culture and art for this area. It is the cradle of Slavic written language and literature, from where the alphabet called Cyrillic was created by brothers Cyril and Methody and then spread all over the Slavic world.

Out of endless number of monuments and churches – Ohrid is also known as “City of 365 churches“, we will visit the most important ones such as Tsar Smuili fortress from 10th century, St. Kliment from 13th century St. Sophia from 11th, and St. Panteleimon from 9th. In the afternoon we will enjoy short boat ride on the lake.

Overnight in Ohrid. (B, L)

Day 9: Ohrid departure

Free time before transfer to the airport of Skopje on time for your flight home

skopje lake


Our professional English speaking guide will accompany group at all time group is with us – so from arrival to the airport where tour begins till departure at the airport where tour finishes, except when group has free time.

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