Trip from Tivat
to Belgrade

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Departure from Tivat
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Belgrade
18:06h

Trip duration: 546min

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Quality photo of Ostrog Monastery - Montenegro

Ostrog Monastery
Montenegro

75 min

Ostrog Monastery is located on an almost vertical cliff and constructed within two large caves in a way that it seems almost like growing out... from the magnificent mountain. It was founded in 1665 by Vasilije, the Metropolitan Bishop of Herzegovina. This Serbian Orthodox church actually consists of Lower and Upper Monasteries, with the first one being located 2 km below the main shrine i.e. the Upper Monastery. Although this pilgrimage site attracts a great multitude of visitors every year, it still remains an utterly affecting place that is widely believed to have miraculous powers.

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.

Quality photo of Tara River - Montenegro

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.

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 Zabljak - Montenegro

Zabljak
Montenegro

105 min

The massif of Durmitor became national park in 1952 because of its exceptional natural beauty and distinctive landscape and as of 2005 it is also... included in UNESCO World’s Natural Heritage in its full span. It is visited by a great number of tourists every year especially the Tara River Canyon, Europe's deepest gorge. This exceptional scenic beauty offers a great range of sport activities such as hiking, climbing and canoeing. Zabljak, a typical mountain town with colorful houses is a well known ski resort. Besides the extraordinary landscape beauty, Durmitor National Park is also characterized by a wealth of an impressive biological diversity.

Quality photo of Kotor - Montenegro

Kotor
Montenegro

135 min

The ancient town of Kotor, built between the 12th and 14th century, has many charms. The cobblestone streets are surrounded by medieval buildings and dotted... with cafes, restaurants, Venetian palaces and museums. Many churches adorn the town but the most iconic one is the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon. Among the wonderful town’s treasures are also the Prince’s Palace from the 17th century and the Napoleon’s Theater from the 19th century. Kotor is definitely a town of captivating atmosphere and a worthy rival to the neighboring Budva and Dubrovnik.