Beograd – Smederevska tvrđava – Viminacijum – Srebrno jezero – Golubačka tvrđava – Lepenski Vir – Donji Milanovac – krstarenje Dunavom – Trajanova tabla – Decibelova glava – vidikovac Ploče – Rajkova pećina – Majdanpek – Kučevo – Beograd

Compared to the other regions of Serbia, its eastern area, dominated by the small part of the Carpathian Mountains, is less known and visited, although it has unprecedented and wild natural beauties.

A visitor with a bit of an adventurous spirit can enjoy the beauty of these areas in a special way.

The most famous natural attraction is certainly the greatest gorge in Europe, Đerdap, which “squeezed” the powerful water of the Danube River in only 150 m wide gorge at the place called Kazan. Due to its natural uniqueness, Đerdap is protected as a national park.

Tour plan:

Departure from Belgrade at 07:30 a.m. from a pre-arranged location. Journey to Smederevo, the capital of medieval Serbia. Tour of the Smederevo Fortress, the largest lowland fortress in Europe. After visiting the Fortress, departure to Viminacium. Viminacium is an exceptional archaeological site, the former capital of the Roman province of Upper Moesia. It was widely known for its wide streets, rich luxurious villas, amphitheatres and baths. The trip continues to Silver Lake. A break for sightseeing and a walk by the lake. Lunch. The lake is actually a branch of the Danube, 2 km from Veliko Gradište. Thanks to its proximity to Belgrade (129 km) and other cities throughout Serbia, it has become a very popular tourist attraction. After a walk by the lake, drive along the Danube to the Golubac Fortress, one of the most beautiful and significant fortresses on the Danube, located at the entrance to the Đerdap National Park. Short break. Transfer to Donji Milanovac. Along the way, we will visit “Lepenski Vir”, one of the most important prehistoric sites in the world. Accommodation in a private household. Dinner. Overnight stay.

Breakfast. Departure for a boat cruise through the most beautiful part of the Đerdap Gorge. We will pass by Decibel’s Statue, we will see Trajan’s table, only visible from the boat and feel the smell of Tekia, while looking at the beautiful Miroč Mountain. The cruise through this part of the gorge takes 2 hours and 20 minutes. After the cruise, departure for a hiking tour through the Đerdap National Park, to one of the viewpoints with a magnificent view of the Danube, Small and Big Kazan. This tour lasts an average of three hours, is not strenuous and requires an easier level of physical fitness. Lunch break. Continuation of the road towards Majdanpek with a tour of the unique Rajko’s Cave. According to its speleological characteristics and morphogenetic evolution, it is one of the most interesting caves in our country. After the tour, departure for Belgrade. Arrival in Belgrade in the evening. End of the program.

Details:

  • Transportation by minibus or van
  • One night in private accommodation
  • Licensed tourist guide
  • Licensed mountain guide
  • Travel organization expenses
  • Food
  • Entrance ticket for Smederevo Fortress
  • Entrance ticket for Viminacium
  • Entrance ticket for Lepenski Vir
  • Entrance ticket for NP Đerdap
  • Iron Gate cruise ticket
  • Entrance ticket for Rajko’s Cave
  • Individual expenses

Sneakers or hiking boots, a few pairs of socks, T-shirts, a hooded waterproof parka, sweatshirt, back up clothes and shoes, sunglasses, a cap, suntan cream. It is also recommended to take candy bars, nibbles, refreshing beverages and water. Put everything into a small backpack.

In the private household of Mr. Velić in the suburban settlement of Donji Milanovac – Kazanski Potok. Guests have 12 beds available in six double rooms, categorized with four stars.

In cash, up to 7 days before departure, or in instalments – the first instalment is 50% upon registration, the rest of the following month by depositing a check in dinar equivalent at the mid-rate of the National Bank of Serbia on the day of payment. This program was made on the basis of 8 registered passengers. In the event of changes in the monetary market (or the market of goods and services) or an insufficient number of registered passengers, the travel organizer reserves the right to correct prices, change the program or cancel the trip no later than 5 days before the start of the trip.

According to the Serbian Law on Tourism (Article 79), for one-day excursions (trips shorter than 24 hours), protection is not provided in terms of travel guarantee.