Serbia & Montenegro & Bosnia Herzegovina

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Cultural

One type of cultural tourism destination is living cultural areas

ID : BK2821

Belgrade (2) – Zlatibor (1)– Podgorica (1) – Trebinje (1)– Mostar – Sarajevo (2) -Belgrade

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Day 1, Arrive to Belgrade

You will meet with our local guide at the Belgrade Airport. After Belgrade City Tour you will have lunch in some of nice Belgrade restaurants. Transfer to your hotel, check inn and free time for leisure. Dinner will be served at the hotel for you and for your travel partners. Accomodation at the hotel in Belgrade

*D– Dinner at the hotel.-

L-D– Lunch, Dinner

**Belgrade City Tour : First, we will start to Saint Sava Temple, one of the biggest Orthodox temples in Europe. Built in Vracar plateau on the location where remains of Saint Sava, the founder of the Serbian Orthodox church were burned in 1594 by Ottomans, the church is so big that it can receive more than 10.000 people. Next stop will be most famous Serbian scientist an done of the biggest investors in the World history – Nikola Tesla. After exploring the museum and learning about inventions of this great scientist, you will continue to the Museum of Yugoslavia, and hear the story about Josip Broz Tito, the president of former Yugoslavia and leader of the Non-Aligned Movement. Visit to his mausoleum in the House of Flowers. After we will be sightted to Slavija Square, Tašmaidan, Terazije Square, Republic Square, Knez Mihailova and Kalemegdan Area. At Kalemegdan, we will discover Leopold’s Gate, Zindan Gate, Despot’s Gate, Jakšića Tower, Chapel of St.Petka and Ruzica Church (Virgin Marry Church),Mehmed- Pasha Sokolović Fountain – Defterdar’s Gate, The Main Gunpowder Storage, Karl 6 Gate and Nebojha Tower, The Victor Monument, Roman Well, The King’s gate and Sava promenade, the Damat Ali Pasha Tomb, Clock Gate, Clock Tower, Military museum and Istanbul’s gate, Monument of Gratitude to France.

Day 2, Belgrade -Mokra Gora - Zlatibor

After breakfast,way leads us to the Mokra Gora and Sargan eight railway.Next stop will be Drvengrad, also known as Küstendorf and Mećavnik is a traditional village the Serbian film director Emir Kusturica built for his film Life Is a Miracle. Lunch, and transfer to Zlatibor mountain.Transfer to your hotel. Check inn and free time for leisure.Dinner will be served at the hotel for you and for your travel partners. Accomodation at the hotel in Zlatibor.

B-L-D– Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

**Mokra Gora Tour (Serbia): Drive from Belgrade to Mokra gora, a village in Serbia on the northern slopes of mountain Zlatibor. Emphasis on historical reconstruction has made it into a popular tourist center with unique attractions. Mokra Gora has become popular after a reconstruction of a narrow gauge railway called  Sargan Eight which is unique in the world.  It is narrow-gauge railway that passes through 22 tunnels, over 5 bridges, and overcome the altitude difference of 300 meters, on a total distance of 15 kilometers. After drive along Sargan Eight railway through beautiful sceneries we will visit  Drvengrad. Unique ethno village, also known as  Küstendorf, is a traditional village that the Serbian film director Emir Kusturica (who won twice Palm d’Or on Cannes film festival) built for film  Life Is a Miracle .

 

Day 3, Zlatibor – Podgorica

After Breakfast visiting of Open-air Museum Old Village in Sirogojno and continue way to Montenegro. First stop will be at Đurđevića Tara Bridge , lunch, after transfer to Zabljak and National Park Durmitor. Afret free time for walking and photo way leads us to Podgorica, capital of Montenegro.Transfer to your hotel. Check in and dinner. Accomodation at the hotel in Podgorica.

B-L-D– Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

**Old Village in Sirogojno, an Open-air Museum, on the that surface of 15 ha presents the architecture and interior design of historical structures and buildings, as well as the authentic rustic homestead and family lifestyle of the mountainous Zlatibor Mountain region in Southwest Serbia and vast woodland of the Dinara his Mountain area from the second half of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century

**Đurđevića Tara Bridgeone of the most visited attraction in Montenegro.Built between 1937. and 1940., on 172 meters above the Tara River, this bridge at the time he finished, was the biggest vehicular concrete arch bridge in Europe.Just near the bridge there is zip-line construction with cables length of 350 m where you can get max speed of 50 km/h.

 

**Zabljak  with 1456 m above sea level represent highest urban settlement in Southeast Europe. The town is the gateway to Durmitor National Park, which is why it's one of the best places to see Montenegro's 'black mountains' and raw nature. 

 

Day 4, Podgorica  – Budva – Kotor - Trebinje

Breakfast, and check out from hotel. Light driving to the Montenegro coast. First stop is Budva, city tour and visiting Saint Stefan Island. Continous way to Kotor, and lunch we will have city tour with our guide.After finishing of city tour transfer to Trebinje. Transfer to your hotel. Check in and dinner. Accomodation at the hotel in Trebinje.

B-L-D– Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

**Budva Tour:Discover ‘’the place to be seen’’, Budva Old Town, a very old historical town where you can gaze the Adriatic SeaThe old town of Budva lies on a little island that was linked to the land by a sandbar and in time turned into a peninsula. It is surrounded by ramparts originating from the 15th century including a medieval fortification system with city gates, defense walls and towers. The Old Town consists of narrow streets and alleys and small squares with precious monuments of different Mediterranean cultures that have marked the development of this town. Continue journey to the charmingSveti Stephan Island, a unique place not only Montenegro or Budva’s Riviera but in the whole Mediterranean. It stands on the cliff of a rocky island with roofs red like rubies. A sand isthmus looking like a stem connects it with the land. It came into existence in a unique way.Previously a fishing village, in 1960 it was converted into the old town, with its tower, narrow streets, shops and small churches, remained unchanged.

**Kotor Tour: Visit beautiful Kotor Old Town, a well preserved urbanization typical of the middle ages built between the 12th and 14th century.The city's old town and best known landmark, which is listed with UNESCO World heritage sites.The Stari Grad is fully walled (the mountain functions as a rear wall). Four gates offer access to the town: The Main Gate, along the Bay, the North Gate, the South Gate, and a smaller New Gate. There are no cars allowed in the Stari Grad.

The Kotor bay is the deepest natural fjord in the Mediterranean Sea, and the scenery around it (including the steep mountains which come almost to the waterfront) is spectacular.

Day 5, Trebinje – Mostar – Sarajevo

After Breakfast Trebinje City Tour „city of the sun and platan trees“. Continues our way to City of Mostar,well knowen for it s Old Bridge over Neretva river. Lunch and city tour. After finishing transfer to Sarajevo.Hotel check in freetime and dinner. Accomodation at the hotel in Sarajevo.

B-L-D– Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

**Trebinje Tour: Trebinje is one of the most beautiful cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina and is called "the city of sun and platan trees". Itis a small city and is best experienced by foot.Arslanagića bridge(Perovića brigde) built in the 16th century,as Ottoman bridge used to connect the road between Dubrovnik and Istanbul. In the sixties it was moved 5km brick-by-brick to Trebinje to prevent being demolished for the building of a dam. Old Town(walk through one of the two old city gates). Between the old city walls of Trebinje, people still go about their daily lives as normal. It is home to two beautiful old mosques, small alleyways, a museum, and tons of cafes. Herzegovacka Gracanica Monasteryconstructed in the year 2000 and is an exact copy of the Gracanica monastery in Kosovo. This religious complex includes an impressive bell, icon gallery, parish’s home, amphitheatre, fountain, church bookshop, museum and summer garden. The views of the city from the monastery are quite picturesque and can be seen from any point in Trebinje.

 **Mostar Tour:Start tour by taking photos at the icon of Mostar, the Stari Most (Old Bridge) which arches over the swirling Neretva River. Admire the breath-taking bridge over Neretva, which collapsed during the war but was later rebuild, the Bazaar Area, the Turkish House: a 350 year old house from the Turkish period that surrounded by the high walls which protected girls and women from curious men sights and many fascinating mosques. Thereafter visit the Koskin-Mehmed Pasha’s Mosque and admire its fascinating interiors.

 

 

Day 6, Sarajevo

After Breakfast, Sarajevo City Tour. Lunch and fre time to shopping. Dinner in hotel. Accomodation at the hotel in Sarajevo.

B-L-D– Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

**Sarajevo Tour: Visit War Tunnel Museumand take a brief walk thorough the Tunnel of Hope: an underground tunnel constructed in 1993 during the Siege Of Sarajevo in the midst of the Bosnian War. Visit Gazi Husrev-Beg Mosque: The largest historical mosque in Bosnia Herzegovina an done of the most representative Ottoman structures in the Balkans. Continue Sarajevo City tour with view and photo stop at few popular point for tourist in the city like Turkish Baths: an old Waqf building, Sarajevo’s first and oldest public bath. Finish tour with leisure shopping at Baščaršija, the Old Bazaar: Sarajevo’s old bazaar and the historical and cultural center of the city.

Day 7, Sarajevo -Višegrad -  Belgrade

After Breakfast and check out from hotel, way leads us to Višegrad famous for it s brigde on Drine river. Lunch and City tour. Continous way to Belgrade. Arriving, hotel check in, freetime and dinner. Accomodation at the hotel in Belgrade.

B-L-D– Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

**Višegrad Tour: Visit Visegrad and see the UNESCO site, a world-famous bridge on Drina River. In this small but rich in nature country, wherever you go, there will be something to be see and a story to be heard. The same goes for the eastern part of Bosnia. On the road, you will notice its greenery full of natural landscapes and as you approach the Drina River, your enjoyment will only grow. Drina is positioned on the eastern border of Bosnia. The beauty of nature will be an eternal muse and inspiration to many artists. After, you will arrive to this small but important town. Once you are introduced to the history of this beautiful place, you will head to see some of Visegrad’s highlights. A famous tourist attraction is the Ottoman-era Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic Bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage site which was popularized by the Nobel Prize-winning author Ivo Andric in his novel The Bridge on the Drina. Your next stop will be Andricgrad, the stone town inspired by the literary works and characters of Ivo Andric. Its architecture is a mix of the different eras and styles which passed throughout Visegrad history: the Byzantine style, the Ottoman period, the Renaissance and Classicism. Drina will offer you peaceful moments in magnificent natural surroundings, lunch at a restaurant on the water and if you decide to additionally visit the second most famous city of eastern Bosnia, you will have an opportunity to see a remarkable bridge and hear a significantly important story.

 

Day 8, Departure from Belgrade

After breakfast, we will check out from the hotel. Transfer to Sarajevo airport for your flight home…

B– Breakfast,

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