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Sunday, 21 January 2018


Belgrade city


Many cities live 24 hours a day and this is nothing special. But Belgrade is not only “alive” non-stop, but it is the place where you will find great fun at any time of the day! The ancient fortress lies on two major European rivers, at the confluence which will restore peace to your mind. And around fort, there is a two-million-people metropolis. Sava and Danube rivers separate the Pannonia Plain and the Balkans picturesque hills and mountains. The statue of the “Belgrade winner”, who symbolizes the power of weapons, but also a desire for eternal peace, stands in this place as the border guardian. He is the symbol of Belgrade.

Belgrade offers a night life which is rare in Europe. Here you can dance on the tables and see the most beautiful girls and boys in the old continent. With a local cuisine, which is more than surprising for all guests, home-made dishes based on local meat products, fresh river fish, and an offer with the international cuisine from around the world - you can never be hungry. And there is no need to waste words on prices, because you will not spend a lot of money as well.

Another surprise! A mix of cultures is spectacular. Here you will see stunning examples of Renaissance, Baroque, Oriental, but as well modern architecture.“Gateway to the East" is also the place where members of many religious communities live. There you can meet byzantine-orthodox culture with its grandiose architectural structures, such as St. Sava Temple, the largest one in the Orthodox world. Or the church of St. Mark, one of the most beautiful byzantine-Serbian churches and baroque Saborna Orthodox Church, with fascinating mosaics....But there is also the oriental Bayrakli mosque, Christ the King and the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Churches and the Jewish synagogue Sukat Shalom. Belgrade offers place for everybody... Through history, Belgrade was bombed over 70 times, making it the recorder on the planet. Yet one of the most beautiful fortresses in Europe proudly wears the traces of its builders - the Celts, Romans, Serbs, Hungarians, Turks, Austrians...

Hospitable Belgrade is also a large business and convention center in the region, but those business people have as well heard of the crazy Belgrade nights. Perhaps that is the reason why many business meetings are made precisely there. Belgrade hotels and hostels offer massive and diverse quality, ranging from small guest houses, dormitories, through the world's major luxury hotel chains to the incredibly warm small hotels with excellent, local service. Sail the Belgrade rivers, or enter its underground dungeons. Come to Belgrade, the city visited by almost all the international stars from the world of film, music and sports industries. Just be careful, many have wanted to stay here forever...



Divčibare is a resort on the Maljen mountain. There is a region that encompasses the area Divčibare, Maljen mountain and ski resort Divčibare.

The most beautiful feature of Divcibare are  viewpoints.There are several of them, where from, when the weather is clear, it is possible to see the mountains of Kopaonik, Golija, Zlatibor and even Durmitor in Montenegro.

Area of Divčibare is abundant with springs and rivers. River Manastirica is the most interesting because of its nice waterfall, 20 m high, which locals call Jumper.

Thera are two ski tracks. Track Crni vrh is 600 m long. The track is lightened, and there is a possibility of night skiing. New Ski Trail "Black Top" is 850 m long with a two-seater cable chairlift. There are three smaller ski slopes, up to 300 m. Divčibarska valley has excellent terrain for cross-country skiing.

Maljen mountain extends to the east-west, at a distance of about 25 kilometers. Center of the region's mountain resort Divčibare is located 38 kilometers south of Valjevo, and 107 kilometers from Belgrade. The highest peak is 1104m Kraljev sto (King's table).
Divčibare is known by its meadows with a nice soft grass. There are four nature reserves: Black River, Calacki stream, Zabalac and Devil's Pool. Thanks to Divčibare's good geographical position, air masses from the Mediterranean are conflicting with air masses of the Carpathians and the Pannonian Plain. This explains the presence of iodine in the air.

At the end of April, there is a beautiful mountain flower - narcissus, and next to it wild strawberries, wild raspberries and blackberries can be found.

There are many facilities for various sports, ski lifts and trails that are ideal for children and beginners in skiing. There are two tennis courts, and a basketball and handball courts are built at several places. 

Divčibare is ideal for holiday and long walks to the gazebo and pure mountain freshwater springs.

Belgrade city break


Day 1

Arrival to Belgrade.

Panoramic sightseeing.

Transfer to the hotel and check in.

Pick up for dinner in a traditional Serbian restaurant in Bohemian quarter Skadarlija or on the Danube quay in Zemun.

DO YOU KNOW WHAT IS “RAKIA”? – We will help you to find out

After dinner we will have tasting of Serbian drinks – rakia and wine – DO YOU KNOW THAT SERBIA PRODUCES  EXCELLENT WINES?

Our mood will be great as the night goes on, with fantastic live music and the rhythm which will remind you of the most bohemian city in the Balkans.

Day 2

Breakfast and time at leisure.

Pick up for a tour of Belgrade -


Or the clasical tour of the city that exists almost 2.500 years. We start from Kalemegdan fortress and the monument called Victor, which is a symbol of Belgrade, standing in a place which overlooking the confluence of two big rivers. We will see the ancient towers, but also a Christian relic 1,500 years old. We will walk through the centuries all the way to the exit from the fortress and continue through the most famous renaissance-baroque street in Belgrade where the road to Constantinople used to be. At the central city square named the square of Freedom, there is a horse and a ruler on it, who will point by his hand the way to one of the most beautiful churches in Serbia built in the place of ancient caves and dungeons whose secrets even today, we can not explain.  On our way we will see central city streets and squares, old palaces and the parliament which were done by famous artists. 

Time at leisure.

In summer there is a possibility for a visit to the Belgrade Lake (Ada  Ciganlija) which has a nice beach with a lot of fun throughout the whole day

Evening river cruise (except in winter) on the rivers Sava and Danube. Enjoy the sights of Belgrade from the water passing under its bridges.

We proceed to one of the Belgrade clubs where the night will introduce you to life which people from Belgrade celebrate like every evening is the last one.

Day 3

Breakfast and check out from the hotel.

A tour of the biggest Orthodox temple in the world – The Temple of St. Sava, coated with white marble.

Departure from Belgrade.

Price upon request