Novi Sad & Sremski Karlovci Tour - 1 day
If you're staying in Belgrade for a few days and are looking to discover another Serbian city without having to travel too far away, this tour might be ideal for you!
Easy going and surrounded by fertile arable pastures, the Fruška Gora mountain and the Danube river, the charming capital city of Vojvodina is a gem amongst the Serbian cities to visit. Because of its cultural importance, it is also called „Serbian Athens“ and is home to south-east Europe's largest music festival - EXIT, which seems to have gained a global reputation for its diversity and top notch music. On this tour we’ll be visiting the main attractions in the city centre and the underground tunnel complex of the Petrovaradin Fortress with the tales ofits amazing history, before heading on to Sremski Karlovci.
Sremski Karlovci is a charming little wine destination of Serbia where we have the chance to taste the Bermet – the wine prepared with herbal remedies, which is the trademark of Karlovci. The quality of the wine here is so high that, back in the time of the Austrian Hungarian Empire, the Viennese Court released the wine growers of Karlovci from compulsory military service so that they could keep on producing wine. On this tour we will visit Sremski Karlovci town where we will taste the local wine and enjoy lunch in local restaurant.
Departure from Belgrade at 9am. Visit to Novi Sad, city center walking tour. Departure to Petrovaradin Fortress and sightseeing, break for coffee/tea and enjoy the panoramic view of Novi Sad and Danube river. Departure to Sremski Karlovci, a sharming little baroque town and wine destination, wine tasting and lunch in local winery. Departure to Belgrade and arrival at around 5-6pm.
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Price per person:
180 € (1 pax), 100 € (2 pax), 75 € (3 pax), 70 € (4-7 pax), 60 € (8-20 pax)
English-speaking tour guide
Serbian traditional meal
Duration: 8 hours
Pick up: Anywhere in Belgrade
Total transfer time: 3 hours
Operating months: All year long*
*except New Year holidays
**on Mondays without Petrovadin underground tunnels