Classic Pannonian experience with visit to archeological site Sirmium and Zasavica nature reserve and ethno village.
The tour departs from Belgrade. The first stop on the tour is Fruska Gora mountain and Krusedol monastery (XVI c.) which is legacy of the last Serbian despot family of medieval Serbia and spiritual center of migrated Serbs.
After visit to monastery, tour continues to Sirmium, archeological site which was the capital of the Roman province of Pannonia Inferior. In 294 AD, Sirmium was pronounced one of the four capitals of the Roman Empire.
Last stop will be Zasavica, nature reserve and ethno village. Preserved authentic landscapes, folklore and cultural-historical monuments, describe Zasavica as unique and complete touristic entirety. Special reservation of nature of Zasavica was formed in 1997 and placed under the state protection as the category I natural treasure of exquisite value. It includes the bog and surrounding terrains. Here, you can taste Vojvodina’s traditional cuisine and enjoy spectacular nature with variety of wildlife and endangered species!