Trip from Belgrade
to Dubrovnik - Airport

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Departure from Belgrade
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Estimated arrival to Dubrovnik - Airport
17:03h

Trip duration: 483min

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Quality photo of Nature Park Mokra Gora - Serbia

Nature Park Mokra Gora
Serbia

105 min

Nestled between the mountains of Tara and Zlatibor lies the Mokra Gora Nature Park and its turbulent landscape is the eternal source of inspiration and... serenity. Steep valleys and the gorges of the rivers Beli Rzav, Crni Rzav and Kamicka Reka are in beautiful harmony with numerous peaks and passes. The highlight of this nature park is Drvengrad, an enchanting ethnic village created by Serbian film director Emir Kusturica for his movie “Life Is a Miracle”. Authentic log cabins are dotted around a rectangular plaza with a small wooden church at the other end. Another attraction not to be missed is the train ride on the Sargan Eight, a 12km part of the narrow-gauge heritage railway.

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Visegrad
Bosnia and Herzegovina

75 min

Visegrad is a small town best known for the absolutely enchanting Mehmed Pasa SokolovićcBridge. This bridge was constructed during the Ottoman Empire occupation in the... 1570s by the order of Grand Vizier Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic. The bridge became famous thanks to the Yugoslav writer Ivo Andric and his novel “The Bridge Over The Drina”. Andric, who received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1961, was of great importance for Visegrad. Near the bridge there is a tourist site called Andric Grad (Andric's Town) that is actually a tourist, cultural, administrative and educational complex.

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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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Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina

135 min

There is something enchanting about the way Sarajevo embraces its visitors. Although the city is more than obviously torn in its religious diversity, for which... is often called “little Jerusalem", and painful recent history when it faced near annihilation, Sarajevo and its residents still have the warmest welcoming heart. You will feel it in every corner of the restored city center whose Ottoman and Austro Hungarian buildings also reflect diversity and rich history. City’s highlights are the Bosnian Historical Museum, the Gazi Husrev-bey Mosque, the Latin Bridge where Archduke Franz Ferdinand was killed which led to the First World War and the delightful Old Town with the antique stone-flagged alleys.

Quality photo of Trebinje - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Trebinje
Bosnia and Herzegovina

75 min

With its mild Mediterranean climate, friendly and warm people, and unique architecture, Trebinje oozes that charm that is simply irresistible. It is a perfect day... trip from nearby Dubrovnik or Mostar, or a perfect slow-paced weekend getaway. Trebinje has a rich history thus many historical sites, monuments, churches and monasteries.

Quality photo of Tvrdos Monastery - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tvrdos Monastery
Bosnia and Herzegovina

75 min

One should visit Tvrdos Monastery for at least two amazing reasons: the beautiful 15th century Serbian Orthodox Monastery and the wine the monks produce here.... The Monastery is built on foundations of the Roman Church dating all the way back to the 4th century. The church has a glass floor, which is like a “window to past” because through it, foundations of the old Roman church can be seen. As for the wines, it is enough to know that today the monks produce world’s award-winning wines. Private tours of the church and its beautiful garden as well as the wine cellars are available.