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Explore the wine country in Serbia on this 6-hour day tour with a guide. Traveling by climate-controlled coach, head to the town of Topola and Oplenac, with its famous church and lush wine land. Visit the Old Royal Wine Museum and taste their local wines. Swing by Aleksandrovic Winery and tour their vineyards before partaking in a tasting of four special wines. Continue on to Arsenijevic Winery for another wine tasting. After all, that wine, stop for a traditional lunch (cost not included) at Knezev han before returning to Belgrade.

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Following Thomas Berry’s saying “The greater the diversity, the greater the perfection” we are excited and proud to offer you to get to know the province of Vojvodina with us. On this tour, you will have the opportunity to both get comfortably tucked into the tranquillity and serene scenery of the flat Pannonian Plain and the devoted silence of quiet monasteries, as well as to be mind-awaken by the richness of the area’s historical significance. Of course, a bit earthlier pleasures, when in this area, must also not be avoided - Bermet, a traditional type of wine, preserved and revived to its former glory, will bring both your mind and your body into balance during this exploration. If variety is indeed the spice of life, Vojvodina – with its wide diversity of languages, ethnic groups, religions culture and traditions will surely contribute to your traveling experiences in more ways than you could have expected.

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Get a great primer and orientation to the bustling Serbian capital, Belgrade, on this informative 3-hour walking tour. See some of the main sites, including the parliament building, Nikola Pasic Square, and Belgrade fortress with Kalemegdan Park. Walk along the charming Knez Mihailo street and learn about the history of Belgrade from its founding to the present.

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Explore the third Serbian city by size, the birthplace of the famous Roman emperor Constantine the Great and city situated by river Nisava.

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Do you like the Balkans? In this trip, we offer you just a little bit more of them - our western neighbor Serbia! During this day tour, we’ll visit two Serbian cities - Pirot and Nis while enjoying the history, local food, and many positive vibes. On our way, we’ll visit a six centuries-old fortress, the birthplace of Emperor Constantine the Great and his country house, but also a place where many evil things have happened as well as the biggest concentration camp escape in history! Come! Discover the Serbian spirit with us!

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