Make yourself at home in your hotel before getting ready to explore Serbia's capital, Belgrade. Visit all the city's main attractions such as the Republic Square, the Cathedral and the Belgrade Fortress overlooking the city. Later, take a break and enjoy an authentic Serbian meal.
Day 2- Resova cave
Time to leave the capital behind in favor of some cave diving. Take a short trip to Despotovac where Resova cave is located. 80-million-years-old, Resova cave is sure to stimulate everyone's senses.
Day 3- Belgrade cruise
Today you will have a chance to discover Belgrade in a different light while cruising the Danube and Sava rivers. Witness Belgrade from another angle as you pass the confluence of the rivers. Later, visit a local winery and taste local wines.
Day 4- Subotica
Stop by Subotica on your way to Novi Sad, a relaxing town known for its great food and quality wines. After, the small town of Palic awaits with its lakeside settlement and the outstanding Zenski Strand.
Day 5- Novi Sad
Serbia's most beautiful city by all accounts, Novi Sad lives up to its nickname, Europe in small. Get acquainted with Novi Sad and its numerous attractions such as the White Pearl of Novi Sad, the center and the Main Square.
Day 6- Banja Luka
It's time to leave Serbia and head to Banja Luka in Bosnia and Hercegovina. Often overlooked on tourist maps, Banja Luka is a destination in its own right. A beautiful city center, backed by a rich history, Banja Luka can hardly disappoint.
Day 7- Krupa na Vrbasu
Today, you will venture out into nature as you visit Krupa na Vrbasu. Just some 25 kilometers away from the city, the area is known for its waterfalls and traditional mills offering an opportunity for a relaxing day in nature.
Day 8 – Sarajevo
After a morning journey, you will arrive to the capital, Sarajevo. As Sarajevo is marked with a long past and cultural diversity, the attractions to visit and places to tour are almost endless. You will have the opportunity to experience the best Sarajevo has to offer.
Day 9- Lukomir
Strike out from the urban sprawl of Sarajevo into the preserved natural paradise of Lukomir village. The customs of the Dinaric nomadic tribes are kept to this day and create a unique heritage atmosphere in the village alongside the ancient burial sites.