This is a very intensive, and informative day! Visiting 3 cities and gorgeous country views! You also spend enough time with our live guides so they can show you hidden gems, and present you the history of each sites and periods in smooth and funny way! Fully private so up to your interests we offer big liberty and side options!
• 9 hours
Discover the fantastic medieval city of Szentendre and Visegrád.On the way to this picturesque town, Szentendre which is also known as the Artists’ Village you’ll be able to see the breath taking Danube Bend from the top of the Visegrád Hill (photo stop). After we take you to the picturesque Artist’s Village, called Szentendre. We wander around the baroque settlement, built on medieval ruins and walk along the narrrow streets. Then you will have the opportunity to go shopping or to visit the Margit Kovács Ceramic Museum or the Confectionery Museum (marzipan figures). The city is the ultimate escape for those who want to travel back in time, simply feel happy and be surrounded by presence of the good old days. The tour ends at your hotel.
• 5 hours
This Belgrade to Sarajevo via Visegrad transfer tour combines two services. Transfer from Belgrade to Sarajevo (or vice versa) with visit to several attractions along the way. List of the places you will visit is long: Drina river house, Sargan Eight train, Bridge over Drina in Višegrad and Andrićgrad. Your tour host will be your driver and a licensed tour guide at the same time. This transfer tour is recommended for those who want to get to Sarajevo using scenic route. If you are on tighter schedule, but you still want to have a tourist like experience, then you should opt-in for Belgrade to Sarajevo via Sirmium transfer tour.
• 12 hours
Imagine a daytour where you could see two UNESCO sites (Borak stećak necropolis and Mehmed-pasha Sokolović bridge over Drina), one 100+ year old narrow-gauge rail system (Šargan Eight) in a perfect - still in use condition, one Nature Park (Mokra Gora), one National Park (Tara) and one of its most amazing viewpoints (Banjska Stena), one traditional Serbian style village (Drvengrad), one amazing town dedicated to the most famous Bosnian born and raised, Yugoslavian writer Ivo Andrić (Andrićgrad), get to hear great stories, taste local food and all that in one day, either on round trip from Sarajevo and back, or on a connecting tour from Sarajevo to Belgrade and vice versa. Hard to imagine, isn’t it?
• 12 hours
Sarajevo and Belgrade, once capitals of ex Yugoslav Republics, two cities which Sarajevo Funky Tours today has brought together much closer by developing a stunning full day and multi day tours, which are logically connecting and covering regions of Eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina and West Serbia. Famous “Bridge over Drina”, “Šargan Eight” at Nature Park of Mokra Gora and National Park Tara are marvelous destinations every and each one travelling through Balkans must see. For that purpose SAFT has created series of international day and multi-day trips which are beautifully connecting ex YU republics and bringing great insight what Yugoslavia once was from perspective of culture, history and natural beauty.
• 11 hours
Let us show you around the scenic Danube Bend, understandably the most visited spot in Hungary after Budapest. We take you through Hungary’s turbulent medieval history with the help of three cities. Fortresses, fascinating landscapes, a near-Mediterranean town, and more.Itinerary: Esztergom, the former capital of the historical Hungarian Kingdom awaits you with its fortress and grandiose basilica. We take you to a quick photo stop to our northern neighbor Slovakia, to marvel at the impressive view of Hungary’s largest church.Then we drive to Visegrád where you’ll see why this part of the Danube Bend was the favorite spot of royalty. The panoramic view from the hills and fortress of Visegrád is absolutely captivating. In Visegrád we include a lunch break at a nearby restaurant, too. To round off our trip, we visit the charming town of Szentendre. Along its cobblestone streets we'll reveal its cultural diversity and the reason why it is called the 'town of artists'.
• 8 hours
Visit a famous Bosnia & Herzegovina tourist attraction, the Ottoman-era Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic Bridge, an UNESCO world heritage site that was popularized by Nobel prize-winning author Ivo Andric in his novel The Brigde on the Drina river.As the second part of the tour, your next stop will be Andricgrad, a stone town inspired by the literary works and characters of Nobel Prize winner Ivo Andric. It’s architecture is a mix of different eras and styles that passed throughout Visegrad history: the Byzantine style, the Ottoman period, the Renaissance, the Classicism.
• 8 hours
On this varied two-day tour you will see ethno-themed villages, the famous Ottoman bridge, an Orthodox monastery, ride on the prettiest narrow gauge railway in Serbia, sail down the river Drina and, atop of it all - visit a cave. This is the best selling two-days tour in Serbia!
• 2 days
We start the transfer from Sarajevo to Belgrade at 06:00 am and way we visit Visegrad, Andricgrad and Drvengrad. Visegrad is a town located in the valley of the Drina river, in the hilly slopes gently rising high into the mountains, over 1000 meters high. This small town is full of pretty streets but we will dedicate our visit to The Old Stone Bridge, the endowment of Grand Vizier Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic. Just nearby this famous bridge there is another tourist attraction - Andricgrad also known as Kamengrad. Andricgrad is a project of a famous film director Emir Kusturica, inspired by works and characters of a famous writer, nobel prize winner, Ivo Andric. We will also visit - Ethno Village Drvengrad. Drvengrad means wooden town and that’s exactly what you’ll find here. It is located in the Zlatibor region in a nature park Mokra Gora, in Serbia. It's a traditional village, built by the aforementioned film director Emir Kusturica.
• 14 hours
Visegrad, Andricgrad and Drvengrad tour from Sarajevo is a full day daily tour that includes visit to interesting places in eastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Višegrad and Andrićgrad) and Serbia (Drvengrad). Višegrad is a lovely small town located in the valley of the Drina, in the hilly slopes gently rising high into the mountains where you will see popular Old Stone Bridge, the endowment of Grand Vizier Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic. Just nearby this famous bridge is another tourist attraction – Andricgrad (Andrictown) also known as Kamengrad (Stonetown) which is a project of a famous film director Emir Kusturica, inspired with work and character of famous Bosnian writer, nobel prize winner, Ivo Andric. Et the end we will visit beautiful ethno village Drvengrad. To pass the border You need passport.
• 12 hours