Belgrade sightseeing (guided tour)

Depending on the weather conditions we will visit one of the below places

Belgrade Fortress

The complex of Belgrade Fortress, like important symbolic and cultural-historical points, located above the confluence of the Sava and Danube River and Great War Island, provides one of the most beautiful views of Europe. With its Upper and Lower Town, as well as Kalemegdan Park, it is the first-class outdoor museum. There is a series of monuments, museums, galleries and temples that you can see and visit there. Monument “The Victor“ on a high post made of white marble, is the symbol of Belgrade.

Church of Saint Sava

The church is dedicated to Saint Sava, the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church and an important figure in medieval Serbia. It is built on the presumed location of St. Sava's grave. It is the largest Orthodox church in Serbia, one of the largest Eastern Orthodox churches and it ranks among the largest churches in the world. It is the most recognizable building in Belgrade and a landmark, as its dominating dome resembles that of the Hagia Sophia, after which it had been modelled.


Remarks: Minimum participants 10

Half day excursion


The ancient Roman city of Viminacium is unique in many aspects. It is exceptional in terms of the number of tombs excavated (over 13,500 tombs have been identified) and the quantity of artifacts found in them (over 32,000 objects); it is exceptional in terms of the area unencumbered for archeological investigation (over 1,100 acres/450 hectares in the greater area and 540 acres/220 hectares in the urban area itself). The remains of Viminacium extend entirely over cultivated fields, and both fragmentary and sometimes whole ancient artifacts lie scattered on the ground surface. All these factors had to be taken into account when defining the objectives of the Viminacium project and thus also when developing the methods of exploration in the ancient city and military camp at Viminacium. Therefore, established scientists from various fields – mathematicians, electrical engineers, geophysicists, geologists, petrologists and experts in artificial intelligence, remote sensing, three-dimensional modeling and formal analysis – were brought together for this project. A step forward had to be taken to move from the exploration of the cemeteries, the cities of the dead, carried out in the last quarter of the twentieth century, to the exploration of the city and the military camp itself.

It is not a well known fact that as much as 18 Roman emperors were born on the territory of Serbia, the most important of them being Constantine the Great, who legalized Christianity and thus made huge impact on our civilization. The exhibition of bronze portraits of 18 Roman emperors born in the territory of modern day Serbia can be seen in Viminacium. 

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Rate per person: € 30

Gala dinner and Belgrade River cruising

Belgrade is situated on two rivers, Danube and Sava.

The Danube is one of the greatest rivers of the world, second only to Volga in Europe, with its length (2850 km) and branching tributaries (120 tributaries).

It passes through Serbia along 588 km of its flow; it is navigable throughout its length and represents a natural link to Germany, Austria, Hungary, Croatia, Romania and Bulgaria. The Sava River is 945 km long, with 207 km flowing through Serbia, connecting Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. Two big and exciting rivers frame the portrait of Belgrade and finish the painting of its character. They are also the mirror over which this city every day brings its diverse faces. The banks of Belgrade rivers are full of promenades and cycling treks, rafts with cafes and restaurants and clubs, sport centers, beaches and playgrounds. And people, of course. Day and night…

Program includes:

- Bus transportation from the meeting point to the place of embarkation, and back

- 90 minutes cruise

- Buffet dinner with live music program

Rate per person: € 35

Additional service provided by IMPALA

Dinner at Skadarlija, bohemian quarter of Belgrade

The old, bohemian quarter of Belgrade was and still is the gathering place of the best known names in Belgrade. It is frequently compared to the Montmartre of Paris, both in appearance as well as the exuberant and dynamic artistic atmosphere.

This part of the city arose during the early 19th century, with Skadarska Street being named and the houses being numbered in 1872. Skadarlija was once home to many famous writers, actors, painters and journalists. Many famous local and international names “spent their best days there – during the night”. This ambient environment along with galleries, antique and souvenir shops was revitalized in 1968.

Program includes:

- Walking to bohemian quarter from the meeting point

- Dinner at traditional restaurant where they serve traditional and delicious dishes (drinks included too)

- Live music during the evening and independent return to hotels.

Rate per person: € 48

Remarks: Minimum participants 10,  

You can register for dinner at Skadarlija on the same form with requests for accommodation, travel and transfer services. You can option for all of these, a few or just one. The form can be filled out by clicking on the button below: