From Belgrade: Private tour to Sremski Karlovci and Fruska Gora

From Belgrade: Private tour to Sremski Karlovci and Fruska Gora

Discover the fascinating Serbia and the majestic buildings, the monasteries Krušedol and Grgeteg, Sremski Karlovci and the Peace Chapel.

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Discover the fascinating Serbia and the majestic buildings, the monasteries Krušedol and Grgeteg, Sremski Karlovci and the Peace Chapel.

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  • Language: Englisch, Deutsch, Russisch, Serbisch
  • Participants: 1 - 8
  • Duration: 8 hours
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  • private (no other participants)
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Your experience

Highlights

  • Learn about the history of Krušedol Monastery, one of the most beautiful monasteries in Fruska Gora
  • Visit the monastery of Grgetek, which today is considered a peaceful and spiritual place
  • Explore the city of Sremski Karlovci and all its important sights
  • Enjoy lunch and wine tasting in a family-run wine cellar

Description

After your guide has picked you up at the agreed meeting point, the day tour can begin and you will head towards Krusedol Monastery. This church building was built in the 16th century and is considered one of the most beautiful monasteries in Fruska Gora. The monastery was inhabited by widows of the holy Brankovic family. Many important people are also buried here, such as the Serbian Patriarch and King Milan Obrenovic.

Afterwards you will drive with your guide to the Grgeteg Monastery. The complicated name of the monastery is not easy even for local native speakers. It had a legendary founder whose name was known in epic poetry: Zmaj Ognjeni Vuk. Literally translated it means "wolf the fiery dragon". The 15th century monastery was abandoned and destroyed in the Second World War. For a long time it was nothing more than a ruin. Some time ago, however, it was restored and today stands for a peaceful and spiritual place, far away from the busy roads, in the midst of the beautiful nature of Serbia.

From Grgeteg the tour will take the direction of Sremski Karlovci. The Karlovy Vary Treaty was signed there in 1699 and at the same time it was the first time in world diplomacy that the Round Table was used for negotiations. Here you have the opportunity to explore the town and learn more about its history.

When the sightseeing part of the tour is finished, you will stop at a special place, a traditional wine cellar run by the family. There you will have lunch and wine tasting.

You will then be transferred back to Belgrade and dropped off at your hotel.

Please note

Included in the price

  • Hotel pickup/drop-off
  • Driver and guide
  • Transfer
  • Refreshment during journey
  • Personal expenses
  • Lunch (~15€ p.P.)
  • Tickets: The Chapel of Peace and St. Nicholas Church (~1€ p.P.)

Meeting point

You will be picked up at your hotel or at another agreed meeting point in Belgrade.

Cancellation Conditions

This deal can be cancelled for free up to 2 days before the date of the activity.

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