This walking city tour of the Old Town of Kotor gives you a great introduction to this UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you are staying in Kotor for couple of hours only, it is providing a wealth of information in a short period of time. If you are staying several days in Kotor, Perast, Tivat, Herceg Novi or other places around the Boka Bay, it is a good starting point in your exploration of the region. Explore Kotor city with local guides and learn about its history, architecture, culture and cuisine.
• 1.5 hours
A whole day, complete Belgrade experience. Explore everything that Belgrade has to offer in both the city center and surrounding areas. Combining a walking tour and a panoramic car tour, you will get a taste of the entire city and the bigger picture of life in Belgrade.With live, professional guiding, you will visit Zemun, Museum of Yugoslav History and House of Flowers (the resting place of Josip Broz Tito), Avala mountain and Avala Tower, plus a complete sightseeing tour of the city (New Belgrade, Saint Sava Temple, Old and New Royal Palaces, Serbian Parliament, monument to Nikola Tesla, Republic Square, Kalemegdan Fortress and much more...)For sure the most comprehensive tour in Belgrade.
• 8 hours
Discover all the most important sights in Belgrade with your tour guide during a 3,5-hour city tour. Let us show you the main attractions on both sides of Sava and Danube rivers. Walk around the Kalemegdan Fortress with your guide and enjoy the stunning scenery.
• 3.5 hours
Be introduced to the gorgeous Fruška Gora and feel the spirit of monastery Krušedol - Feel the charming atmosphere of the „museum town“ of Sremski Karlovci - Taste authentic local wines - Conquer Petrovaradin Fortress known as „Gibraltar on Danube“ and enjoy the best view of Danube - Walk through picturesque streets and squares of Novi Sad, renowned 'cultural capital' of Northern Serbia, melting pot of various ethnic groups and cultures.
• 9 hours
Get a great primer and orientation to the bustling Serbian capital, Belgrade, on this informative 3-hour walking tour. See some of the main sites, including the parliament building, Nikola Pasic Square, and Belgrade fortress with Kalemegdan Park. Walk along the charming Knez Mihailo street and learn about the history of Belgrade from its founding to the present.
• 4 hours
Located only 163 kilometers from Sofia, Nis is a fantastic option to add a Serbian stamp in your passport, without checking out from your hotel in Bulgaria. Nis is the third largest city in Serbia and the birthplace of Constantine the Great, one of the most important emperors in the Roman history. Explore the intriguing history of former Yugoslavia, while having delicious authentic Serbian roshtil (grill) in the city, located on the both sides of Nisava river.
• 10 hours
Visit Serbia’s second biggest city and its Petrovaradin fortress and small baroque town of Karlovci with The Chapel of Peace. Wine tasting included!
• 8 hours
Experience the multi-ethnic province of Vojvodina and the city Novi Sad on this 9-hour private tour from Belgrade. Visit the 16th-century Krušedol Monastery, the town of Sremski Karlovci, and Petrovaradin Fortress. Stroll through the beautiful city of Novi Sad, the capital of this autonomous province. Drive in a climate-controlled vehicle with a guide.
• 9 hours
Join this tour to have an overview of the most famous landmarks of Belgrade and an introduction to the history of two Serbian royal dynasties which ruled Serbia from the XIX till the mid XX century and freed Serbia free from the Ottoman reign.
• 4 hours
The tour starts from your hotel. The first stop will be Boyana Church, situated in Sofia. Afterwards head toward Poganovo Monastery in Serbia. After approximately two and a half hours transfer you reach your destination.There you will have the chance to enjoy the Holy Cloister and have a traditional Serbian lunch in the nearby restaurant. After lunch it is time for transfer back to Sofia. The tour ends at your hotel.
• 8 hours