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Serbia is a country with historically shifting borders. Wars and invasions have severely impacted the country, which knew many dark ages, until Serbia became living proof that what does not kill makes you stronger!
The Serbs are a people adorned with faith and nationalism. Serbia is today the heir of this entangled
history of these diverse populations and multiple beliefs.
From its past, the country draws a plethora of iconic monuments: fortresses and castles, isolated monasteries and religious temples. The Orthodox religion finds some of its most beautiful architectural manifestations, often classified as World Heritage by UNESCO in Serbia.
Still relatively untouched by tourism, Serbia offers a rich territory of heritage and history, where tourists can visit in peace. This is particularly the case of its capital, Belgrade, the White Fortress, which you will visit in depth.
Serbia is often underestimated because it is unknown, but the country has nothing to be envious of in its Balkan neighbours. Leaving their demons behind, the Serbs are building a new country today, and in their image. This is, without a doubt, one of the most remarkable destinations during a cruise on the Danube.
Discover all our Serbia river Cruises bellow.
Budapest - Lake Balaton - SISAK - Zagreb(1) - SISAK - JASENOVAC - DAVOR - SLAVONSKI BROD - BRCKO - BELGRADE - NOVI SAD - ILOK - VUKOVAR - OSIJEK - MOHACS - BUDAPEST
From Lake Balaton to Budapest, embark on a unique cruise to discover the majestic Danube and Sava rivers. Explore Bosnia, Serbia, Croatia but also Hungary through our excursions combining nature and culture. Wander through nature parks, medieval cities and multi-ethnic capitals with a diversity of architectures all along these two magnificent rivers.
TOKAJ - The Puszta(1) - Opusztaszer - SZEGED - NOVI SAD - Pecs(1) - MOHACS - BUDAPEST
From Tokaj to Budapest, between wild beauty and authenticity, take a journey to the heart of Eastern countries. Cruise from the Tisza to the Danube discovering unique and treasured traditions throughout Serbia, Croatia and Hungary. Experience 9 unforgettable days during which you will visit cities full of culture, history and breathtaking architecture and landscapes.
BUDAPEST - MOHACS - OSIJEK - BELGRADE - GOLUBAC - NOVI SAD - ILOK - MOHACS - KALOCSA - BUDAPEST
See the biggest river parade in Europe: the Iron Gates, on the border of Romania and Serbia. It is here that the beautiful blue Danube unveils its most spectacular landscapes. Discover cities such as Belgrade, a young and modern capital, as well as legendary sites such as Baile Herculane which houses one of the oldest and most famous spas in Romania. Travel through 2000 years of history in Pécs and Budapest, which will end a magical cruise and a journey of a life time.
BUDAPEST - MOHACS - Pecs(1) - NOVI SAD - SZEGED - Opusztaszer - The Puszta(1) - TOKAJ
From Budapest to Tokaj, between wild beauty and authenticity, take a journey to the heart of Eastern countries. Cruise from the Danube to the Tisza discovering unique and treasured traditions throughout Hungary, Croatia and Serbia. Experience 9 unforgettable days during which you will visit cities full of culture, history and breathtaking architecture and landscapes.
Bucarest - Predeal - Sighisoara - Brasov - Predeal - Sibiu - Sibiel - Bran - Predeal - Sinaia - OLTENITA - TULCEA - OLTENITA - Bucarest - RUSE - The Iron Gates - BELGRADE - NOVI SAD - OSIJEK - MOHACS - BUDAPEST
From Romania to Hungary via Serbia, you'll be surprised and delighted by this cruise that will take you to the heart of Eastern Europe. You will discover cities with remarkable landscapes and elegant architecture such as Novi Sad, the capital of the province of Vojvodina regarded as the "Serbian Athens", whose cultural and artistic backgrounds will surprise you. Do not miss out on Ruse, one of the largest ports in Bulgaria and a true melting pot of Bulgarian and Romanian cultures.