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Danube and Sava cruise – Belgrade by boat: Birthday, River Wedding

Danube and Sava cruise – Belgrade by boat: Birthday, River Wedding

“25th May” sports center, Belgrade fort, orthodox cathedral possibility, bridges on the Sava of renting the boat, Čukarica channel between official tours, Ada Ciganlija island, return to the Yugoslavia hotel pier for the following purposes:
– birthday parties,
– river wedding,
– organizing programs lasting Several HRS.
Belgrade churches and monasteries, organized groups duration 240 min by bus with 28, 50 and 70 seats. Ruzica church, [the oldest orthodox church in Belgrade – 16th century], St. Petka chapel, old Belgrade core, patriarch’s residence, orthodox cathedral, St. Sava church, Vavedenje monastery, and Rakovica monastery, departure in front of the hotel.
Night adventure and cruising the Danube and Sava rivers, through its confluence at the very heart of Belgrade, the magic lights of Kalemegdan fortress, with the dinner and price of 20 € are reasons strong enough to engage in mini adventure and cruising Belgrade with us!
Danube and Sava Cruise

Danube and Sava Cruise

The capacity of the ship is 40 passengers and it is equipped with a mini-bar, toilet, heating system and the mobile furnishings, so that the interior can be used for different purposes. Large glass surfaces allow stunning panoramic views on the river and coastal.

Visit Nis

Visit Nis – Edict of Milan (Constantine the Great 313-2013) Mediana – Archaeological site and Roman imperial villa
The city covers an area of about 597 square kilometers  including the city of Nis itself, the Niska Banja spa and 68 suburbs. Nis Constantine the Great Airport is its international airport with the destination code INI. Nis is the administrative center of the Nisava District of Serbia.Situated at the crossroads of Balkan and European highways, connecting Asia Minor to Europe, Nis is one of the oldest cities in the Balkans, and has from ancient times been considered a gateway between the East and the West.

EDICT OF MILAN 2013

Constantine the Great  (lat. Gaius Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus), was born in ancient city Naissus (modern Nis) in 274. AD. He is an important historical figure in the world and in Nis, well known not only as an emperor and wise military leader, but also as a great visionary and defender of Christianity. His visions and dreams in which “labarum” or “The Christ Monogram” appeared, followed by the words of Christ: “With this sign you shall win” (In hoc signo vinces) led him to numerous battles, in which he defeated by far superior enemies. Such a chain of events logically led to the acknowledgment of christian religion in AD 313, by the famous “Edict of Milan”. The history of the world and of Christianity will forever remember him as the person who took Christianity from the catacombs and gladiator arenas and brought it to the light of day, paving the way for what is today one of the biggest world religions.

Exhibition “Constantine the Great and Edict of Milan 313. – The birth of Christianity in the Roman Provinces on the territory of Serbia” and Opera “Aida” by Giuseppe Verdi on May 18th at Viminacium.
On the occasion of the celebration of the Anniversary “Edict of Milan 313-2013, Serbia”, on May 18th, 2013, at the archeological complex “Viminacium”, will be held two manifestations: Exhibition, organized by The National Museum of the Republic of Serbia “Constantine the Great and Edict of Milan 313. – The birth of Christianity in the Roman Provinces on the territory of Serbia” and Opera “Aida” by Giuseppe Verdi, performed by Ensemble of the Belgrade Opera and two famous opera singers.
The exhibition consists from seven visual and thematic parts and includes exhibits which belong to the World Cultural Heritage (sculptures, fragments of architectural stone decoration; jewelry, cult items, ceremonial objects and items from gold, silver, ceramics and glass; parts of military and formal equipment; roman imperial money and imperial medallions). It will be presented about 128 artifacts from the end of II to VI and VII century A.D. The special attraction is a Portrait of the Constantine the Great in bronze, discovered in 1900, in Constantine birthplace Naissus (Nis). This collection is a part of the Collection family, saved in the most famous museums in the world.

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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Rafting Tara river (1 to 3 days)

Rafting Tara river (1 to 3 days)
This one day Tour will take you to the heart of  “Durmitor” National Park and down the river from Sljivansko to Leveri Tara [12 kilometara] with an organized visit to the strongest spring in Europe, the shortest, 170m long, Ljutica river and 13th century monastery St. Arhangel Mihailo. You can also take a dip in Tara’s Green Whirlpools. The package tour includes a lunch on the river bank with soothing sounds of this mountain beauty in the backdrop and return trip to Tara bridge. Price [per person] 55 €. Minimal number of passengers 2 persons. Application deadline [prior to departure] 5 Days.Tour 2
This one day tour will take you to the heart of “Durmitor” National Park and down the river from Sljivansko to Radovan luka [24km] with an organized visit of the strongest spring in Europe, the shortest, 170m long, Ljutica river and 13th century monastery St. Arhangel Mihailo. You can also take a dip in Tara’s Green Whirlpools. Occasional breaks are made at Museva vrela, Bijela vrela and Lazin kamen. The package tour includes breakfast before we set off and lunch in Radovan luka camp as well as return trip to Tara bridge or Zabljak by all – terrain vehicles. It’s possible to include an overnight stay and a breakfast. Price [per person] 130 € [with overnight stay 160€]. Minimal number of passangers 6 persons. Application deadline [prior to departure] 5 Days.Tour 3
One day excursion to Tara with an overnight stay in the camp. All – terrain vehicles will take you from Tara bridge to Brstanovica over Mt. Durmitor. You’ll have dinner in the camp by the camp fire. The following day you’ll go down the Tara river to Scepan polje, visit Pivsko lake and have lunch in a restaurant in Pluzine. Price [per person] 110 €. Minimal number of passangers 6 persons. Application deadline [prior to departure] 5 Days.

Tour 4
One day excursion to Tara. All – terrain vehicles will take you from Scepan polje to Brstanovice. You’ll have breakfast in the camp and go down the Tara river to Scepan polje, visit Pivsko lake and have lunch in a restaurant in Pluzine. Price [per person] 60 €. Minimal number of passangers 2 persons
Application deadline [prior to departure] 5 Days.

Tour 5
Going down the river in rubber boats from Sljivansko to Scepan polje. This is a two day tour and includes meals and overnight stay in the canyon as well as return trip to Tara bridge or Zabljak. The overnight can be either in Radovan luka or in Brstanovica depending on the watermark and guests’ preferences. If the overnight stay is in Brstanovica, the return trip over Mt. Durmitor is by day which is far better solution. Price [per person] 220 €. Minimal number of passangers 6 persons. Application deadline [prior to departure] 7 Days.

Tour 6
Going down the river in rubber boats from Sljivansko to Scepan polje. This is a three day tour and includes meals and two overnight stays in the canyon as well as return trip to Tara bridge or Zabljak. The overnight can be either in Radovan luka or in Brstanovica. Minimal number of passangers 6 persons. Application deadline [prior to departure] 7 Days.

General Terms and Conditions:
·- The prices are in euro, and the payment is effected in dinar equivalent value at the NBS selling rate on the day of the payment. Foreign legal entities can make the payment in euro.
·- The prices include: rafting tour, meals stipulated in the itinerary, transfer from the finishing point to the starting point, organized visits during the tour, Tara National Park tax [per person for two day or three day tours], park entrance fee [per person] and mandatory insurance [per person].
·- The Prices do not include: drink and optional overnight stay in Motel “Radovan luka” [the closest lodging house, 24km from the Tara’s entrance point].

Terms:
·- Since the safety of the passengers is the Tour Operator’s responsibility, the raftsmen’s instructions must be strictly observed. All persons refusing to do so will be asked to leave the boat or the raft.
·- All rafting participants are equipped with safety gear [a west and a helmet] and even paddles if wanted.
·- The lower age limit is 7 years of age.

Other notes:
·- Please do not take too many things with you during the rafting and make sure you leave your extra luggage with the guide at the starting point. Personal equipment and things will be waiting for the passengers on every resting point and on the finishing point as well.
·- If the equipment was not handed to us for safekeeping, the Tour Operator is not responsible for any equipment lost or damaged during the rafting.
·- The meals consist of local, nutritious specialties, as stipulated in the itinerary and all proper hygienic standards are met. Possible dietary requirements and all menu changes must be given to the cook beforehand and the wishes of our passengers are usually granted.
·- We can also organize the transportation from all major cities in Serbia to Žabljak and back. The price of such service is given on request.

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