Transfer from Zagreb - Franjo Tudman Airport
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Departure from Zagreb - Franjo Tudman Airport
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Nis
15:16h

Trip duration: 376min

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Departure from Zagreb - Franjo Tudman Airport
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Places you can visit along the way

Quality photo of Avala Tower - Serbia

Avala Tower
Serbia

75 min

At the time of its completion in 1965, the Avala TV tower was the fifth tallest self-supporting building in the world. A few decades later... however, its glory was brought to a halt due to a NATO air strike that got the whole of Belgrade on its feet. Fast forward five years and many fundraising events have been held and the site was finally cleared and crowned with a new tower to commemorate the lost one. It was reopened in 2008, again being the tallest construction in the Balkans. Besides modern elevators and many contemporary technologies, it’s also important to note that the tower does not stand directly on the ground – instead its base is formed by a tripod to symbolize the Serbian tripod chair.

Quality photo of Kragujevac - Serbia

Kragujevac
Serbia

90 min

The year 1818 marked a milestone in the history of Kragujevac because it is then that Duke Milos Obrenovic declared Kragujevac the capital of Serbia.... Since then the settlement began developing and expanding. Today, there are a number of important sites to be visited in Kragujevac and the most notable are the Cathedral of St. Sava, a quaint church of richly decorated interior; the Duke's Palace; and Sumarice Memorial park dedicated to the massacre of nearly 3000 Serbian men and boys from Kragujevac and neighboring villages executed by the Nazi army in 1941.

Quality photo of Oplenac Church - Serbia

Oplenac Church
Serbia

75 min

This magnificent five-dome church was built between 1910 and 1930, by King Peter I. The exterior of this temple, as beautiful as it is, does... not even come close to its exceptional interior. Inside, the Murano glass mosaics are made up of 40 million pieces of glass in 15 thousand different shades of color which create an absolute jaw-dropping spectacle. Below the central dome is the huge, three-ton bronze chandelier that symbolizes the loss of the Serbian Empire in the Battle of Kosovo. The ground floor of the church hosts the remains of two royals: the founder of the dynastic family—Karađorđe—and the church's creator, King Peter I.

Quality photo of Belgrade - Serbia

Belgrade
Serbia

135 min

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Quality photo of Smederevo Fortress - Serbia

Smederevo Fortress
Serbia

60 min

On the shores of Danube and the edges of the city Smederevo, stands proudly the old Smederevo fortress. Built in the 15th century on a... major strategic point, the fortress’s main purpose was to be a military stronghold that would defend the city against the Turks. The fortress has a triangular ground plan and is divided in 2 sections - the Small Town or the castle where the nobles lived, and the Big Town where people took refuge from the Turks. It took great efforts to build it and enormous quantities of stone were dragged, not to mention that many workers died of exhaustion while working on the construction. Visitors can explore the castle grounds and enjoy nice views on the Danube River from the fortress’s walls.