Inar Travel


Population 7209764 person

Area 88361 km2

Official language Serbian

Guided tour 650

Belgrade There is few people who know that 18 Roman emperors (about one in four) were born on the territory of modern Serbia. Many of them left their mark in history. The fact that the Balkans are the cradle of modern Western civilization is confirmed by the oldest settlement in the world - Lepenski Vir, which has more than 8000 years.


Day 1

Arrival in Belgrade
Sightseeing tour
Leisure time
Dinner at a seafood restaurant on the water
Accommodation at a three-star hotel “Kasina”

Day 2

Breakfast at the hotel
– Sremska Mitrovica or Sirmium as it was called in Roman times was the center of Christianity and one of the most important cities in the region. In the year 294, it was one of the four capitals of the Roman Empire. The ruins of the Royal Palace, the Basilica, a fragment of the aqueduct and the barn have survived to our days! The museum features frescoes and mosaics found during excavations of the ancient city.
– Zasavitsa is a reserve, a home to hundreds of species of wildlife. Many of the local flora and fauna species protected here are endemic.
– Starting from the late Middle Ages, lush forests of Fruska Mountains protected by the powerful river of Danube were the shelter of Serbian spirituality, art and culture. Because of the impressive complex of Serbian medieval monasteries as well as stunning beauty and priceless spiritual values, Fruska Gora is often compared to the Holy Mountain. Seventeen monasteries of Fruska make a unique group of closely situated shrines built in the period from XV to XVII centuries as a gift from the Serbian kings. Local Serbian monasteries guarded the religion, traditions and customs and are a unique monument of Serbian art of Middle Ages now.
Dinner with wine tasting in Kovacevic winery.
Back to the hotel “Kasina”

Day 3

Breakfast at the hotel
– Smederevo, the last capital of medieval Serbia is located on the confluence of the Morava and Danube. The monumental fortress of the XV century.
– Viminacium is the largest archaeological center of Serbia – the remains of the one of the largest Roman cities of Balkans. A large amphitheater, thermae and necropolis are preserved to date.
– The National Museum was established in 1895 and contains a fine collection of archaeological finds of the ancient city of Viminacium. The gallery of Milena Pavlovich-Barili exhibits 600 works of Milena – paintings, drawings and watercolors. The gallery is located in the house Pavlovich-Barili, where the artist was born.
Accommodation in a villa “Danchich”

Day 4

Golubac Fortress (“Dovecote”) is one of the most beautiful and best preserved castles of medieval Serbia.
The archaeological site of ancient settlement of Lepenski Vir is located in the Djerdap gorge, on the shore of the Danube. A settlement relating to one of the most important prehistoric cultures in world history (Lepenski Vir culture) was located here. The monuments of spiritual culture and art dating from the period between 7 and 5.5 thousand years BC are still preserved here.
– Dinner with wine tasting in Rayachke pimnitse. The unique architectural complex of wine cellars in Negotinsky vineyard region is an important part of the Serbian cultural heritage. Rayachke pimnitse is a candidate for the World Heritage List of UNESCO.
Favorite place of wine lovers, residents of Serbia and tourists.
-Kalemegdan is the most beautiful and biggest park in Belgrade which is also the most important cultural and historical complex for Serbia. The Belgrade fortress is majestically towering above the so-called “arrow” – the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. The name Kalemegdan applies only to the spacious plateau surrounding the Fortress which was turned into a park in the late XIX century. Nowadays Kalemegdan hosts the Military Museum of Serbia.
Overnight in the village of Rayats (or a three-star hotel “Negotin”)
– A visit to Manasija (1306) and Ravanica (1375) monasteries. Manasija is one of the last monasteries of Serbian culture built in the Middle Ages. It keeps the relics of St. Stephen Lazarevic. Ravanica monastery was built between 1375-1377 and keeps the relics of the Holy Martyr, Prince Lazar.
– Resava Cave is a natural grot, basically the largest and most beautiful one in Serbia. The striking beauty of its various halls, canals and galleries as well as multi-colored stalactites, stalagmites and petrified waterfalls impress everybody.
Late dinner at the waterfalls (or dinner in the fish restaurant in Belgrade)
Accommodation at a three-star hotel “Kasina”.

Day 6

Leisure time.
Dinner at the national restaurant in Skadarlija. Skardaliya is the old quarter of the Serbian capital of Belgrade. Being located in the community of Stari Grad, it is considered to be the bohemian part of the city and is often compared to Montmartre in Paris.

Day 7

Leisure time. Transfer to the airport.
Optional: tour of Belgrade and dinner in the local fish restaurant (EUR 65 per person)