Trip from Belgrade - Nikola Tesla Airport
to Zabljak

Trip details

Departure from Belgrade - Nikola Tesla Airport
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Zabljak
15:20h

Trip duration: 380min

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Departure from Belgrade - Nikola Tesla Airport
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Places you can visit along the way

Quality photo of Kosmaj Monument - Serbia

Kosmaj Monument
Serbia

60 min

In the second half of the last century, the former Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito had glorious monuments made in order to commemorate the unity... and vigor of the nation in the tragic World War II. They were quite futuristic for their time, massive, even brutal in their rigid and yet so beautiful steel appearance. They were stationed all over the country and still represent a well-known theme. This particular monument is dedicated to the fallen soldiers of Kosmaj partisan detachment and represents a communist party that revived the area after the tragic losses during the times of warfare.

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Greek Necropolis
Montenegro

60 min

Specific to their region of Balkan, Stećci are monumental stones dating back to the middle ages used to commemorate Christian burial sites. Besides being a... terrific example of the people’s spirituality, they are also important for their inter-confessionality for they were practised by all three medieval Christian societies. Today, the 49 stones provide a unique insight into the cultural diversity of the time and are a priceless part of the UNESCO World Heritage.

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Tara River
Montenegro

45 min

Get your cameras ready! The scenery of the 365 meters long bridge crossing a 172 meters deep canyon is simply breathtaking and hard to believe... if not seen. The 5 arch bridge crosses the second largest gorge in the world where the Tara River flows. This spectacular setting deserves to be perpetuated in your photos. To complete the excitement, sport activities are also available like rafting and zip wires.

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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.

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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 Stopica Cave - Serbia

Stopica Cave
Serbia

90 min

The entrance to this small but amazing cave is huge, one of the largest cave entrances in Serbia. Although the cave itself is not so... big and it takes a short tour to explore it, it does have some amazing rock formations as well as the 9 meters tall waterfall called the ‘Source of Life’. The cave is divided in 5 sections: the Light Hall, the Dark Hall, the Great Hall with Pools, the Channel with Pools and the River Channel. The biggest attractions are the cascading “bigren” tubs made of limestone and filled with water and a sipar arch known as the “Dog’s cemetery”.