Best of Serbia & Montenegro in 10 days tour
Belgrade, the capital of Serbia and the largest of the cities in the Balkans. Situated at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers lies one of the oldest of the European cities and one of its greenest capitals- there are more than fifty parks in the territory of Belgrade! Being in the centre of the Balkans, Belgrade has withstood more battles than any other capital and holds the record in the number of times that it got leveled to the ground with more than forty times trough its entire history.
Ovcar and Kablar Gorge, the pearl of nature, so rich in unique creations of diligent builders... And the most valuable and breathtakingly beautiful and memorable ever has been created by the nature itself: plentiful and picturesque flora and fauna, the springs of warm and thermal water, those of clean drinking water, which are, like jewels scattered over the verdure of the landscape, then, the rapid and clear mountain brooks, centuries-old forests, sunny glades and fresh mountain air, steep cliffs and mildly wavy slopes and pastures, too.
Zlatibor, mountain known for its remarkable beauty, vast pastures, picturesque hills, rivers and creeks. A “healthy” mountain, suitable for relaxation, recreation activities and a good place for congress tourism. This tourist center makes everybody feel good and comfortable.
Situated at the crossroads of the Balkan and European roads, connecting Asia Minor to Europe, City of Niš is one of the oldest cities in the Balkans, and was considered a gateway between the East and the West even in the ancient times. Archeological site Mediana which is located on what was once the Roman road “Via militaris”, today the road E-80 (Nis-Sofia).
Boka Kotorska bay, as the only fiord on the Mediterranean, was added to the list of twenty five, the most beautiful bays in the world in July 2000. Visit to Perast is a sleepy baroque place near Kotor, and the Church of Our Lady of the Rock (Gospa od Skrpjela) build in 1630, a church built in the baroque style on top of an artificial island. Visits to Budva, MIlocer and Sveti Stefan.
Kotor is a town of rich cultural tradition and one of the best preserved sights in the Mediterranean area. The Old City of Kotor is 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".