After arrival to Beograd, we are starting city tour that includes: panoramic city viewing, Castle Square, Military Museum, Istanbul Gate, Clock Tower, Damat Ali Pasha Tomb, Zindan Gate, Leopoldov Gate, Sokullu Mehmet Pasha Fountain, Stefan Lazerevic Monument, Nebojsa Tower, Saborna Church, Cumhuriyet Square, Libra Square and Stone Square Places.
Transfer to hotel. Dinner. Overnight
After waking up and having breakfast we start our trip to Karlovci - Novi Sad cities. In this term we will visit Serbia's Vojvodina state. Vojvodina is located at the northernmost border of Serbia (Economically the most developed region of Serbia.) Our first visit will be visiting Sremski Karlovci town. We are going to Karlovci (Karlovca) town. The town, which dates back to 7000 BC, is one of the most important places in Serbia. The first Serbian middle school and college was established here, and until 1922 this town was the center of the Serbian Orthodox Church. City Council, Catholic Church, Four Lions fountain are the other important places we will see. The town of Karlovci signed in 1699 an important agreement with Ottoman Empire and we will visit place where that agreement is signed. After a short free time, we are moving to Novi Sad that is capital city of Vojvodina. Our first stop after a short journey will be Petrovardin Castle. After a short walk tour we will have a chance to see the wonderful Novi Sad views. Then we move to the center of Novi Sad. In the city where Albert Einstein has also spent some time, you will see: Freedom Square, Svetozar Miletic Statue, Catholic Cathedral, Orthodox Aya Yordi Cathedral, Aya The Nicholas Church and the Synagogue.
Transfer to hotel. Overnight.
After a breakfast we are going to boat tour on the Danube River. You will be enjoying the magnificent nature of Belgrade and river. This unforgettable boat tour will take about 1.5 hour. After, we are moving to Zemun where you will see the most beautiful views of Belgrade. Next station is Avala Tower (currently the tallest tower in the Balkans, 204 m). It was the only tower in the world to have an equilateral triangle as its cross section, and one of very few towers not perched directly into the ground, but standing on its legs. The legs formed a tripod, the symbol of Serbian tripod chair. It is one of the small number of towers to be constructed in that manner.
Free time at city after breakfast. Shopping. Meeting at hotel. Transport to Airport.