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What is included in the price:

• Hotels
• Breakfasts
• Bus
• Boat travel
• Entrance fees to museums and walled cities
• Accompanying guide throughout the trip
• Local guide in the cities


• BUDVA – Hotel Budva
• ZABLJAK- Hotel Zabljak
• SERBIA – Hotel Prag


Day 1 – Transfer Podgorica – Budva

Arrival at Podgorica airport, transfer to Budva and accommodation. Depending on the schedule, there will be a guided tour in Budva, the city of the Illyrians and the oldest town on the Adriatic Coast. In addition to history, its beaches are what attracts every year the diversity of tourism.

Day 2 – Perast – Kotor – Budva

We will visit the city of Perast. The city of the amazing St. George Island and the artificial Lady of the Rock from the 14th century. To get to the island and learn about its history, we will take a small boat and then we will have free time. We will continue to the city of Kotor which is on the list of UNESCO heritage. Its ancient architecture in the Venetian style will take your breath away. Free time for lunch in the city of Kotor. Return to Budva.
Notice: In case that you didn’t make your visit to the Old Town of Budva the day before, it will be done on our way back to Budva.

Day 3 – Virpazar – Bar

Departure from the hotel towards Virpazar small village which in the 15th century was a center of buying and selling, it can be said that the most important in that time where today what stands out most in it is the beautiful lake is the largest in the country where a part belongs to Albania and most of it belongs to Montenegro, its name is Skadar or Scodder.
We will take a short walk on the lake where we will also have lunch and we’ll enjoy a swim in the lake if you wish. We continue to Bar town where we will visit its ancient city you can say the Ghost City. Since it was destroyed first by the Ottomans and then by the earthquake, where no one lives today, but its palaces and churches tell you an incredible, history plus its destroyed corners.

Day 4 – Budva – Cetinje – Ostrog – Zabljak

We leave the hotel for the ancient royal capital of Montenegro, Cetinje founded in 1482, It is located in the southwest of the country similar to a hidden valley. We will visit the monastery of Cetinje, the palace of King Nichola 1st and other beauties of architecture. Free time in Cetinje. We proceed towards Ostrog, a monastery unlike any other, as it is placed against an almost vertical background, at the top of the great rock of Ostroska Greda belonging to the Serbian Orthodox churches, it is the most popular place of pilgrimage in Montenegro. Free time and lunch. Our trajectory will continue towards Zabljak located in the northwest of the country on the Durmitor Mountain, one of Montenegro’s national parks. Here we will spend the night.

Day 5 – Zabljak – Durmitor – Zabljak

Departure from the Zabljak hotel towards Lake Durmitor. Actually, its name takes it through the mountains. Here we will enjoy one of the natural beauties of the country, where you breathe clean air and we will feel natural peace. We will be at a height of 2,528 m. After enjoying the lake and hiking among nature we will have lunch on the lake, free time and return to the hotel.

Day 6 – Zabljak – Belgrade

Departure from the hotel and transfer to Belgrade, capital of Serbia, where we will pass by the Tara bridge.

Day 7 – Belgrade sightseeing

We leave the hotel towards Kalemegdan, the old town of Belgrade, as such a great fortress and park in an urban neighborhood, which is among the most attractive natural viewpoints because it is close to the confluence of the Sava River on the Danube. In addition, there is the mausoleum known as the tomb of the dead. Free time. We continue to travel to one of the most religious centers in Belgrade, we talk about the temple of San Sava the largest Orthodox church in the Balkan, which is dedicated to Saint Sava, founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church, an important figure in medieval history. Lunch time.
We will finish the tour with the visit to the Nikola Tesla museum, founded in 1952, where more than 160,000 original documents of this scientist are stored.

Day 8

Day off to enjoy Belgrade on your own.

Day 9 – Belgrade – Novi Sad – Belgrade

Departure from the hotel towards Novi Sad, located in the north of Serbia on the banks of the Danube river.
The Petrovaradin fortress (17-18th centuries) has an emblematic clock tower, its old quarter where the neo-Gothic church is located with the name of Mary and the neo-Renaissance town hall and others. We will also visit the Museum of Vojvodina. Free time to enjoy the city, lunch and return to Belgrade.

Day 10

Transfer to the Belgrade airport. End of journey.