Budapest, Subotica, Novi Sad, Belgrade
Day 1: Budapest
Arriving at Budapest International Airport.
Transfer to the hotel. After rest join a City Tour of Budapest. Starting from the Chain Bridge, we cross over to Buda and stop in the Castle District (Matthias Church and Fishermen’s Bastion). We then take you all the way up to the Gellért Hill (Citadel) to show you the most spectacular view of Budapest. Overnight .
Day 2: Budapest – Godollo
After breakfast, tour of history and tradition – Godollo, to the second largest Baroque Palace of the world, former summer residence of Queen Elisabeth (Sisi) and Francis Joseph (Habsburg Emperor & Hungarian king). This interior visit gives you a glimpse of times under the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Next, we go back to Budapest and visit Pest and drive through the downtown (Central Market Hall, Synagogue), all the way to the Heroes’ Square (City Park). We then take the Andrassy Avenue (Unesco) pass by the Opera House and the St Stephen’s Basilica and stop at the impressive House of Parliament (interior visit). The Tour ends in the city centre.
Overnight in Budapest
Day 3: Danube Bend Tour
- After breakfast join the Danube Bend – an excursion into Hungary’s history along the ‘Blue Danube’. Esztergom, the centre of the Catholic Church, we visit the largest cathedral of Hungary. Visegrad: walk upon the 750 year-old stones of the formal Royal Residence with a fascinating panorama on the Danube valley.
Szentendre (artist’s village): we invite you for a walk around the baroque settlement, built on medieval ruins.
- Overnight in Budapest
Day 4: Budapest – Subotica – Novi Sad
After breakfast, departure to Subotica (Serbia). Explore the cultural and historical heritage of Subotica: City Hall, City Museum, churches and synagogue.. Visit a farmhouse for lunch and taste the wine from the local wine-cellars. Arrive to Novi Sad and check-in the hotel.Overnight in Novi Sad.
Day 5: Novi Sad – Belgrade
Sightseeing tour of Novi Sad. Take a stroll through the center of the capital of Serbian province Vojvodina, called Europe in small, because of all the nations that live here. See all the must see sights in Novi Sad. On foot tour through the city center – White pearl of Novi Sad – the Serbian National Theatre, Main city Square where an excellent party is thrown every year for the New Years Eve. City Hall, Catholic Church, Catholic Porte, Bishop’s Court and the Gathering Church – different cultures and religions. Matica Srpska Gallery and library. Wonder the oldest streets in Novi Sad – Pasiceva, Zmaj Jovina and Dunavska Street. Relax in an oasis of nature in the very center of Novi Sad, in Dunavski Park. Head for a walk over the Danube, over the Rainbow Bridge, or if you don’t prefer too much walk, we can use a public transport. Climb up over 114 stairs to the top of the Petrovaradin Fortress, called the Gibraltar on Danube. Mingle with the locals on the fortress, have a coffee, drink and admire the panoramic view on the Danube River and its loving city – Novi Sad.
Transfer to Belgrade. Accommodation at the hotel. Overnight.
Day 6: BELGRADE
After breakfast, start a walking tour of Belgrade.
Walking tour is the best way to see almost all famous sites of the capital: City Hall, National Parliament, Old Palace, Terazije Street and square, Republic and Nikola Pasic square. Take a walk down Knez Mihailova Street, the main pedestrian area of down town, see Albanija Tower, King Peter’s Street, Skadarlija – bohemian street, Kalemegdan Park, Belgrade Fortress (Gratitude to France Monument, Military Museum, The Victor Monument, Rudjer Boskovic Observatory, Ruzica Church, St. Paraskevi’s Chapel, Nebojsa Tower, Gate of Charles VI, see from the tower walls- confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, big Military Island, New Belgrade, Zemun …)
Overnight in Belgrade.
Day 7: Belgrade
- After breakfast transfer to the International airport in Belgrade.
End of tour.