Serbia, Montenegro & Croatia in 6 days
Serbia - 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. Mountain of Fruska Gora, there are plenty of enchantingly “corners” do be seen and enjoyed in. There are 17 Orthodox monasteries witnessing the history of Serbian people during the Turkish occupation of Serbia, architecturally and artistically valuable and intriguing. Little town of Sremski Karlovci, right on the slops of Frushka Gora, is not to be bypass: charming city in baroque style, intriguing „chapel of peace“, and with vinery tradition with a few fine vinery cellars, in one of which we will test vines from this ground and climate, including original vine bermet – being on Titanics wine list. Novi Sad - One stays open eyed before town so different from Belgrade ( architecturally, historically, by way of life, tradition...) tough just 75 km away. And, as a crown, there is mighty fortress of Petrovaradin, second large fortress on the Danube river.
Montenegro & Croatia
One of the most beautiful parts of Adriatic is Boka Kotorska bay, actualy fiord on Adriastic costs. One of the pearls embracrd by the Boka Kotorska bay is ancient city of Kotor, a city of traders and famous sailors. Dubrovnik city is surrounded by two kilometers long fortification walls, with several towers and Bastions. Walking along this fortification, view to the hall medieval city will open, making possible to see: Stradun, main, longest an most important street; baroque palaces of rich traders and shipowners, churches, fountains; red tailed roofs, little port...