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City Nis (Nish), Serbia

City Nis (Nish), Serbia
The city covers an area of about 597 square kilometres, including the city of Niš itself, the Niška Banja spa and 68 suburbs. Niš Constantine the Great Airport (Аеродром Константин Велики) is its international airport with the destination code INI. Niš is the administrative center of the Nišava District of Serbia.Situated at the crossroads of Balkan and European highways, connecting Asia Minor to Europe, Niš is one of the oldest cities in the Balkans, and has from ancient times been considered a gateway between the East and the West.

Niš is a university center. There are about 28,000 university students at the University of Niš, which comprises 13 faculties. Niš is also one of the most important industrial centres in Serbia, a center of electronics industry (see Elektronska Industrija Niš), industry of mechanical engineering, textile industry and tobacco industry.

Historical Sites:
· Skull Tower (Ćele kula)
· Tvrđava – Turkish fortress in the city center.
· Mediana – archaeological site, Roman imperial villa.
· Kazandžisko Sokače – example of original architecture from Ottoman period.
· Crveni Krst concentration camp built by occupying German forces during WWII.

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Ethnology village Zlatibor, Serbia (Arrangement Zlatibor)

Ethnology village Zlatibor, Serbia (Arrangement Zlatibor)
Day 1th: Arrival in Belgrade. Accommodation in the hotel; Dinner; Spare time; Overnight.Day 2nd: Belgrade – Valjevo – National Park Tara – Belgrade: Breakfast. Sightseeing with a professional tourist guide. Route: the City Parliament, the Federal Parliament, Terazije Square, Republic Square, Students’ Square, Belgrade Fortress, City Gate [“Varos kapija”], New Belgrade, Topcider Hill, Dedinje, Oslobodjenje Square, Slavija Square, Nikola Pasic Square.

Trip continues towards Valjevo. Sight – seeing: Old Serbian town Tesnjar, Muselin’s Residential House, Poetry Square [“Trg Pesnistva”] – a monument dedicated to a Serbian poet Desanka Maksimovic, Vojvoda Misic Square [a Serbian field marshal]; visit to the monasteries Celije and Lelic. Lunch in Serbian national restaurant [facultative]. Trip continues towards National Park Tara. Arrival in the hotel Omorika is planned in afternoon; accommodation; dinner.

Day 3rd: Tara Mountain. Breakfast in the hotel. Departure to Perucac; visit to the river Vrelo with beautiful waterfalls, and the river godina [365m long; godina: year]. Continuing our trip, we visit Mitrovac and “carpet meadow” and observation deck “Banjska stena”. Return to hotel; dinner; overnight.

Day 4th Mountains Tara – ZlatiborMokra Gora. Mountain Tara: Breakfast in the hotel; checkout. Excursion to the Rača Monastery and the spring of thermal water “Ladjevac” located near the monastery. Trip with beautiful panorama sight – seeing continues towards Zlatibor Mountain. Arrival to Mokra Gora.

Visit to the Drvengrad, film city of Emir Kusturica. Watching the projection of the latest documentary film by Emir Kusturica. Lunch is planned [optionally] in the ethno restaurant of this unique film city.

Boarding the old type train “Cira” and driving along the famous “Sarganska osmica” – the narrow – gage railroad, shaped in number eight, long 15km with 22 tunnels, many viaducts and bridges and it represents the greatest tourist attraction in Europe at the moment. Stops are on the places with spectacular views, and also on the place where film “Zivot je čudo” [Life is a miracle] by Emir Kusturica is made. Return to Zlatibor and accommodation in the hotel. Dinner; Overnight.

Day 5th: Mountain Zlatibor – Belgrade. Breakfast. Checkout.
Visit to the Ovcarsko – kablarska Gorge, called “Serbian Mount Athos” for its unique monasteries. Arrival in Belgrade in the afternoon.

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