Transromanica and UNESCO World Heritage Monastery in Serbia
With our eight-day trip Transromanica and UNESCO you will discover the Romanesque heritage in Serbia with the monasteries in the Trans-Romanika network and UNESCO World Heritage Monastery in Serbia
Day. 1 Healing Water Springs of Vrnjacka Banja
Welcome to Kraljevo, in the heart of Shumadija. We welcome you at the airport in Kraljevo. After your arrival at the holiday home Vila Milanka in the Serbian spa town of Vrnjacka Banja, we introduce you to the mineral and healing water fountains of Vrnjacka Banja. Your guide will show you the city park as well as the 2km long promenade of Vrnjacka Banja. Wine tasting and dinner with Serbian specialities at the Grabak winery. Overnight in the holiday house Vila Milanka Vrnjacka Banja.
Day 2. European Cultural Route Transromanica I part (Transromanica and UNESCO)
Her guide will bring her to the holiday home Vila Milanka at the agreed time. Today you will visit the town of Kraljevo, and the monastery of Zica and Studenica. The Studenica Monastery is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the most beautiful sites in Serbian Romanesque. The monastery of Zica is the coronation church of the Serbian kings, with a wide-ranging outdoor complex. The small spa town of Josanicka Banja is known for its hot springs, in 15 minutes an egg is cooked, we try it out. Dinner with Serbian specialties. Overnight at vila Milanka holiday home in Vrnjacka Banja.
Day 3. European Cultural Route Transromanica II part (Transromanica and UNESCO)
Today you will visit the city of Novi Pazar and the monastery gradac, Sopocani UNESCO World Heritage and Djurdevi Stupovi UNESCO World Heritage. In addition to the Romanesque cultural heritage, the city of Novi Pazar adorns the traces of Ottoman foreign rule and its cultural legacies. Discover culinary highlights in Novi Pazar. Lunch in Novi Pazar with local specialities. Overnight in the holiday home Vila Milanka.
Day 4. Zupa Wine Region
The Zupa wine region has the best services for viticulture in Serbia. This is where the Serbian auto-high-pitched varieties Prokupac and Tamjanika thrive. In the Wine Museum you will get to know the history of viticulture in the Zupa region. At the Invanovic winery, you will find a wine tasting with tasty Serbian specialities, matched to the wine. Overnight at vila Milanka holiday home in Vrnjacka Banja.
Day. 5 Western Morava, Vaznesenje Monastery & Blagovestenje
The monastery son of Vanznesenje and Blagovsetenje on the banks of the western Morava are Idyllically embedded in the beautiful nature and belong to the cultural heritage of the Serbs. You will visit the monastery and the town of Cacak. The region around Cacak is world-famous for its Sljivovic. Dinner with local specialities. Overnight at vila Milanka holiday home in Vrnjacka Banja.
Day. 6 Krusevac
In 1371, the Serbian Orthodox martyr Tsar Lazar founded the city of Krusevac. Today you will discover the old town of Lazarev Grad, the church of Lazarica from 1376, the gallery Milica od Macve and his sculpture Majka Srbija i Majka Grcka „Mother Serbia and Mother Greece“. Spomenpark Slobodiste is the memorial to the victims of the Second World War. Dinner on the banks of the Morava. Overnight at vila Milanka holiday home in Vrnjacka Banja.
Day 7. Kopoanik National Park
At over 2,000 meters, the highest mountain Pancicev Vrh dominates. With over 1,600 plant species, the National Park has a high biodiversity. At an altitude of just under 1,800 meters we visit the excavations nebeske Stolice. After dinner in Vrnjacka Banja. Overnight in the holiday home Vila Milanka.
Day 8. Farewell
The team of the holiday home Vila Milanka would like to thank you for your visit. We wish you a pleasant journey home.
On request extension on the Adriatic possible
– 7 nights in the holiday house Vila Milanka
– All transfers and entrance fees
– Main meals and wine tastings as described
– Airport Transfer
– Englisch Speaking tour guide
Minimum participants 2 people
Maximum participants 4 people
Larger groups on request
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