Visit Emperor Constantine’s birthplace Nis and one of new world wonders of Devil’s town.
Start your day with a 8am transfer to Nis, one of the biggest city in Serbia.
In your trip you will visit the following tourist attractions:
Nis: Once known as Naisus, birthplace of the first Christian Roman Emperor, Constantine the Great.
Niš Fortress is a fortress in the city of Niš, Serbia. It is a complex and important cultural and historical monument. It rises on the right bank of the Nišava River, overlooking the area inhabited for longer than two millennia. It was protected by law in May 1948 as it was declared a cultural site of great significance. The current condition of the fortress lists it as one of the best preserved fortifications of this kind in Serbia as well as on the Balkan Peninsula.
Skull tower, tower made of the skulls of Serbian fighters who rose up against Ottomans...and paid the ultimate price.
Mediana: archaeological park which represents a luxurious residence with a highly organized economy. Excavations have revealed a villa with thermal, granary and water tower.
The concentration camp located in the district of Crveni Krst (Red Cross) is one of the few fully preserved fascist camps in Europe. Even today, it provides authentic testimony to the perils of the Serbian, Romani, and Jewish population, communists, numerous supporters of the liberation movement and partisans, who were incarcerated here during the German occupation of Serbia (1941-1945).
Devil’s Town – New Seven Wonders of Nature nominee! This natural monument is comprised of two natural and rare in the world phenomena: the soil figures, as specific forms of relief which appear rather attractive, and two springs of extremely acid water with high mineralization.
After Devils Town (3+ hours) return transfer to Belgrade in the night time.