Visit Serbia’s second biggest city and its Petrovaradin fortress and small baroque town of Karlovci with The Chapel of Peace. Wine tasting included!
The tour departs from Belgrade at 10 am. The first stop is Krusedol monastery (XVI c.) - legacy of the last Serbian despot family of medieval Serbia. Then the tour continues to Sremski Karlovci, a small historical town located 11 km southeast of Novi Sad, known for its baroque architecture and wine production. The tour includes visit to The Chapel of Peace where Treaty of Karlovci was signed, one of the most decisive moments in European history. Wine tasting in one of the Karlovci’s wineries is also included. The last stop is Novi Sad, the second biggest city in Serbia and capital of Vojvodina, that has always been the center of culture and learning. Exploring city streets and its most striking attraction - the Petrovaradin fortress. Arrival to Belgrade in the evening (approximately at 6 pm).