Day 1. – Novi Sad
Arrival to Novi Sad, capital of Vojvodina on the banks of the Danube, easily recognizable by the mix of many cultures. In the old city centre is allocated Freedom Square, Town Hall, Catholic Church, White Banovina, Matica Srpska, many of the church … Accommodation at hotel Prezident or Centar. Dinner at a national restaurant. Overnight.
Day 2. – Novi Sad- Sremski Karlovci- Novi Sad
Breakfast. Explore the old city centre and its attractive pedestrian zone with the numerous monuments. One of the symbols of Novi Sad, Neo-Gothic cathedral which was built during the period of 1893-1895., is situated in the main square of Novi Sad, Square of Freedom. The most charming street in Novi Sad is Dunavska Street. Very short, in the heart of the centre, but very cute. It is full of colorful facades, many advertisements and shops. It looks like the time has stopped there. Onelook at this short street captures your breath and heart. Straight from it you get to Dunavski Park. Meet the architectural jewel of Novi Sad, the Medieval Petrovaradin fortress, second largest of its kind in Europe. Built by Maria Teresa, offers an opportunity to sense the spirit of that period. A home of numerous art studios and beautiful cafes with breathtaking views of Danube river and the city. Sightseeing of Sremski Karlovci, city of history and wine, and visit to famous Živanovic wine-cellar with wine tasting. Taste Bermet, the famous wine which was served at the court of Maria Teresa and Titanic.. Dinner on farmhouse “salaš”. Overnight.
Day 3. – Novi Sad- Oplenac- Mokra Gora
Breakfast. Continuation of trip to the national park “Fruska Gora” and visit the monastery Krušedol built between 1509-1514. Built by the Bishop Maksim and Angelina Brankovic. Continuing the journey to Topola. Visit Oplenac the Church of St. George – the mausoleum of the Karadjordjevic royal family, built from 1910 to 1930 using white marble. Visiting the Ovčar-Kablar monasterieswhich are located in the Western Morava ravine, between the mounts Ovčar and Kablar. Arrival to Mokra Gora and the ethno village of the world famous film director Emir Kusturica, a place where the popular film „Life is a miracle“ was shot. Accommodation at the hotel. Dinner. Overnight.
Day 4. – Mokra Gora- Zlatibor- Mokra Gora
Breakfast. Explore „Šarganska osmica“, the narrow 8-shaped railway road. The large elevation change in so short distance (13.5km) will leave you breathless. The open-air ethno museum „Old Village“ Sirogojno is a visit you don’t want to miss! „Old Village“ is a museum which represents architecture, interior design of houses, old crafts and organization of family life of people living in the mountain regions of Zlatibor. You will have an opportunity to buy the traditional Serbian souvenirs, sample the national cousine and enjoy the sounds of traditional music. Explore Stopica Cave! … One of the most beautiful caves in Serbia…Return in the hotel. Dinner. Overnight.
Day 5. - Mokra Gora- Herceg Novi (Montenegro)
Breakfast. Continuing the journey towards Montenegro. The high mountains in Montenegro offer an unforgettable experience with their hidden lakes, numerous pastures, forests, pointed peaks, diverse flora and fauna, fast mountain rivers and imposing canyons. Arrival in Herceg Novi. Hotel accommodation. Dinner. Overnight.
Day 6. - Herceg Novi- Kotor- Budva- Herceg Novi
Breakfast. Exlpore the oldest city of the Bay of Kotor, Risan, originated in the 3rd century BC and was the seafaring, commercial and workshop centre of the Illyrian state. With the arrival of the Romans in Risan, palaces were built with the best Greek marble and decorated with magnificent sculptures and mosaics. Explore Kotor -the Old City well preserved urbanization typical of the middle Ages, built between the 12th and 14th century. Medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage have made Kotor a UNESCO listed “World Natural and Historical Heritage Site“. Visit to the walls of the Old Town of Budva. You will experience the ancient spirit and charm of the renaissance period in Budva. Experience Sveti Stefan, the most unusual and unique town – hotel in the whole Mediterranean, standing on the cliff of a rocky island. A sand isthmus connects it with the land. Apart from luxury, comfort and wonderful beaches, it offers a special autonomy, self-confidence, inspiration and intimacy. Return to Herceg Novi. Dinner. Overnight.
Day 7. – Herceg Novi- Cetinje- Lovćen- Herceg Novi
Breakfast. Discover Cetinje - the old capital of Montenegro. There are no walls, as in many other ancient royal towns, since nature surrounded Cetinje with stone hills that serve as mighty guardians. The town was founded in 15th century. Petar II Petrović Njegoš was the greatest Montenegrin poet, ruler of Montenegro and Prince-Bishop.Njegoš’s Mausoleum is situated on the very top of Jezerski Peak of the Lovcen Massif, 1675 m above sea level. Its foundations were built into six-metre deep mountain rock. A path from Cetinje, about 20 km long, leads to this magnificent monument. In order to reach the mausoleum one still needs to climb up 461 steps. Return to Herceg Novi. Dinner. Overnight.
Day 8. – Herceg Novi – Dubrovnik
Breakfast. Continuing the trip to Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic Sea, medieval town famous as a World Cultural Heritage site. You will visits the Franciscan Monastery with Europe’s oldest
pharmacy, the Cathedral with its famous Treasury and the Rector’s Palace which once used to be the seat of the government in the Dubrovnik Republic. Other splendid buildings such as Onofrio’s Fountain, St. Blaise’s Church, Sponza Palace should be viewed along the way.
Day 9. - Dubrovnik
Breakfast. Free time.
Transfer to the airport.
End of tour.