Transfer from Bratislava - M. R. Stefanik Airport
to Belgrade

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Departure from Bratislava - M. R. Stefanik Airport
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Estimated arrival to Belgrade
14:32h

Trip duration: 332min

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Departure from Bratislava - M. R. Stefanik Airport
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Places you can visit along the way

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Kikinda National Museum
Serbia

90 min

The Kikinda National Museum is situated in the building which was once home to the Greater-Kikinda District Magistrate. Besides the splendid Baroque façade which itself... requires a great amount of admiration, inside there in an exceptional palaeontology department with many features and exhibits truly worth your time. The museum tracks the man’s historical evolution with an array of relics and artefacts. There is also a Fine Art department with marvelous portraits by Nikola Aleksić to give you a glimpse into his intriguing world.

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Novi Sad
Serbia

105 min

Novi Sad is an easygoing and creative city that invites you to get to know better all its quirks, whether the historic ones, or artistic... or entertainment events. It is home to many museums, art galleries and cafes and bars where locals cheerfully mix with visitors. In its historic center you can enjoy some of the magnificent buildings of various architectural styles and numerous elegant religious edifices. Novi Sad is especially proud of the Petrovaradin fortress, which is considered its most notable symbol. The city became particularly famous among young people because of the EXIT festival, one of the best music events in Europe. It is an annual music event held continuously since the year 2000.

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Alcsuti Arboretum
Hungary

105 min

What is more relaxing than a walk through a marvelous botanical garden with huge open areas, fountains and rare trees? You will be accompanied by... squirrels and birds so absolutely nothing can disrupt the tranquility of this nature’s beauty. In a wide variety of flora and fauna stretching to almost 40 acres of arboretum you will find marigolds, Turkish hazelnuts, tulips, and a collection of lime, maple, oak and chestnut trees, including Hungary’s oldest Lebanese Cedar tree.

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Brunszvik Castle
Hungary

75 min

Given that it takes only half an hour drive from Budapest, it is totally worth a detour from the motorway. The palace belonged to the... Brunszvik family and Ludwig van Beethoven was a close friend of the family and gave piano lessons to Brunsvik girls, thus spent considerable time there. That’s why today, within the Brunszvik manor house you will find a small Beethoven museum where you can explore some period musical instruments, music sheets and information on the Brunszvik family relationship with the composer. The extensive landscape park around the castle boasts of various trees such as white cypress, ginkgo, maple and plane trees but also a small pond and an island with an open-air stage where concerts dedicated to Beethoven are held.

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Komarno
Slovakia

75 min

The picturesque town of Komarno is the most southern town in Slovakia, situated at the confluence of the rivers Vah and Danube. In the past,... Komarno was a single Hungarian town but when the state of Czechoslovakia was formed the borders of the country divided the historical Komarno county and the town of Komarno. The city exudes many historical buildings, sculptures, cultural monuments and the largest and best preserved fortress complex in Slovakia, made up of several fortresses. The center's main sites include the baroque church, the Serb Orthodox Church with an exhibition of sacral monuments and Gyorgy Klapka square.

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Kecskemet
Hungary

105 min

Kecskemet is primarily associated with agricultural wealth that is reflected in abundant vineyards and orchards that outline the city. But it’s actually the Art Nouveau... architecture and Secessionist structures that give this city so much character -the striking sandy pink City Hall combines Art Nouveau and Romantic styles and the Cifra Palota, or Ornamental Palace, housing the Kecskemet Gallery, is one of the finest examples of Hungarian secessionist architecture. There are several great opportunities hiking in the hills, or visiting one of the region’s many horse farms. Don’t forget to try the apricot brandy, for which Kecskemet is well famous.