Belgrade is the capital and the largest city in Serbia, and one of the oldest cities in Europe, situated at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers in central Serbia, where the Panonian Plane meets the Balkans. Besides Athens, it’s also the largest urban entity in the Balkans. The turbulent history of this fascinating city has 7 000 years old tradition.
Highlights: Kalemegdan Fortress (Roman Well, Belgrade Clock Tower, The confluence Sava into Danube, Communist bunker, The Victor, Despots Tower, Zindan Gate), Knez Mihajlo Street, Congregational Church, Patriarch Palace, The Residence of Princess Ljubica, Republic Square, National Theater, National Museum, Nikola Pasic square, City Assembly of Belgrade, City library, Church of Saint Sava.
- Licensed tour guide
- Individual expenses
Cash: in cash, up to 7 days before departure day, or in installments – the first installment 50% upon application; the rest next month by deposit ingonecheque. This trip plan and programme is done for 8 enlisted passengers. In case of any monetary market change (or commodity and services market change) or the insufficient number of enlisted passengers, the trip organizer reserves the right of price adjustment, programme modificationor trip cancelation up to 5 days maximum before the beginning of the trip.
This program is based on at least 2 applied people. If there occurs a change on the monetary market, commodity market and services, if there is not a sufficient number of travelers, the organizer retains the right to correct the price, change or cancel the program at least 3 days before the beginning of the program
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.