PER PERSON :
April 22, 2024
$ 2,130.00 (double / twin)
$ 2,830.00 (single occupancy)
All 2024 departures
$ 2,270.00 (double / twin)
$ 2,970.00 (single)
• Belgrade: Hotel Moskva/ Courtyard by Marriott (F) or similar
• Drobeta-Turnu Severin, Romania: Continental Drobeta (SF) or simila
• Sibiu: Continental Forum/ Golden Tulip (SF) or similar
• Brasov: Aro Palace (F) or similar
• Bucharest: Hilton Garden Inn (F) or similar
• Arrival transfer from Belgrade airport on Day 1
• First class hotels, rooms with private facilities
• Breakfast daily, 1 lunch and 6 dinners
• Touring by modern air-conditioned motor coach
• Professional Tour Director throughout
• Luggage handling
• Whisper technology enhanced touring
• Service charges and hotel taxes
• Departure transfer to Bucharest airport on Day 9
Sightseeing Tours Included:
• Novi Sad
Already in Middle Ages Kyiv earned the fame of Eastern European Jerusalem. Pilgrims, many from a thousand miles afar, flocked to Kyiv, mostly on foot, to worship its sacred places. A special place among Orthodox sanctuaries of Kyiv belongs to St. Sophia Cathedral and Kyiv Pechery Lavra, the cradle of monasticism in Rus'.The Lavra caves in due time turned into the last resting place for sacred relics of God pleasers drawing attention of many believers.
Welcome to Belgrade, there’s time to relax before meeting your fellow travelers and Tour Director for a Welcome Dinner.
Overnight in Belgrade (D)
After breakfast, full day excursion from Belgrade: Our first stop is Krusedol monastery, founded in the beginning of the 16th century and considered one of Serbia's most significant monasteries.
Continue to Sremski Karlovci, a picturesque town with its baroque and neoclassical houses and buildings. After the orientation tour, we will departure to one of the famous local wineries for lunch and wine tasting.
Afterwards, we visit the intriguing Petrovaradin fortress, with its underground trenches and tunnels. The last stop is the city of Novi Sad, where will have a quick orientation tour and some free time before returning to Belgrade and your hotel.
Overnight in Belgrade (B, L)
Your morning sightseeing tour includes a visit to the imposing Kalemegdan Fortress, dramatically set at the confluence of the Sava and Danube Rivers. You’ll also see Republic Square and Knez Mihailova Street, Saint Sava Temple, the largest Orthodox Church in the city, and Tito’s Memorial.
Continue to Avala, mountain in Serbia overlooking Belgrade where you will see Avala TV Tower and the Monument of the Unknown Hero. The rest of the day is free.
In the afternoon, Optional excursion to Topola, where George Petrovic, better known by his sobriquet Karadjordje, was chosen as the leader of the First Serbian Uprising against the Ottoman Empire in 1804. A very short drive away is the local St. George's Church, also known as Oplenac, the burial place of the Ducal and Royal Family of Serbia and Yugoslavia. After a lunch break (on your own), we are going back to Belgrade. Evening is on own.
Overnight in Belgrade (B)
Drive towards the Golubac Fortress, to visit the fortified ten- tower town located on the hill slope, overlooking the Danube River. On for a cruise through the gorge, seeing the most beautiful sections of the Danube. Afterwards, we cross the border to Romania and heading to Turnu Severin for a dinner and overnight.
Overnight in Turnu Severin (B, D)
Continue our journey via Hunedoara, where we visit one of the largest European castles - the Corvinesti Castle.
Overnight in Sibiu (B, D)
Take a sightseeing tour of Sibiu, once the richest town in Transylvania. See the Huet Square, the Great Square, the Evangelical Cathedral, Liar's Bridge and more. On to Sighisoara, the best-preserved medieval city in southeastern Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage site. On a city tour, visit the famous Clock Tower Museum.
Continue to Brasov, where a walking tour includes a visit to the First Romanian School Museum with an impressive collection of rare books, documents, and art.
Overnight in Brasov (B, D)
Head to Bran for a visit to Bran Castle, made famous by Bram Stoker's novel as the residence of the sinister vampire, Count Dracula.
Continue toward Bucharest, stopping in Sinaia to visit Peles Castle, built as the summer residence of King Carol I. A
fterward, visit the beautiful 17th-century Sinaia Monastery. End the day in Bucharest, known as "Little Paris."
Overnight in Bucharest (B, D)
Get acquainted with the Romanian capital on a sightseeing tour. Visit the Parliament Palace, one of the largest buildings in the world and a National Treasure. Learn how the Romanian people finally succeeded in toppling the last communist dictator in Eastern Europe at the Revolution Square. The tour will also bring you to the Romanian Athenaeum, the Opera House, the National Military Club, the Military Academy, Triumphal Arch, and the Village Museum. Celebrate your Balkan Adventure tonight with a Farewell Dinner and folklore show.
Overnight in Bucharest (B, D)
In the morning, transfer to the airport (optional)(B)