The Valley of Serbian Kings

The Valley of Serbian Kings

Highlights:
Studenica monastery, Ibar river valley, Kursulica House, Raska city, wild fruit products tasting, traditional Serbian lunch at a scenic local restaurant

Optional:
Maglic fortress, Josanicka Spa, Gradac monastery, Stara Pavlica church, Nova Pavlica monastery, Zica monastery

Departure point: your accomodation address at Kopaonik

Distance: 145 km

Duration: approx. 8 hours

Best departure time: 9 am

  • Feel the peaceful atmosphere at the holiest place in Serbia, the monastery of Studenica
  • Discover the 800 years old fresco paintings and meet the modern monastic life
  • Take a breath of fresh air of Golija mountain, the first biosphere reserve in Serbia protected by UNESCO
  • Enjoy the local specialties of Raska region
  • Taste wild fruits products of Kopaonik mountain
  • Peek into the city of Raska, the war capital of Kingdom of Serbia
Prices & info

Prices per person:

49 eur (15+ pax)

79 eur (4-6 pax)

119 eur (2 pax)

59 eur (10-14 pax)

89 eur (3 pax)

199 eur (1 pax)

69 eur (7-9 pax)

  

One day tour includes:

  • accommodation pick-up and drop off (ski center, weekend resort)
    and transport by comfortable, air-conditioned car, minivan, minibus or bus;
  • all taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees;
  • officially-licensed, local, English speaking tourist guide,
    other languages on request (Russian, French, Polish...);
  • traditional Serbian lunch and light refreshments;
  • wild fruit products tasting;
  • VAT
  • all entrance fees.

One day tour excludes:

  • transfer from and to Brzece;
  • travel insurance;
  • individual costs expenses;
  • special requests;
  • gratuities (optional).

* children from 0-2 years free of charge, children from 2-7 years accompanied by two adults 50% of the price

Map of the tour

Important notes
  • reservations required;
  • deposit payment required;
  • guiding in other languages may increase price;
  • lunch includes (soup, main course, salad, one drink and desert)
  • a small amount of walking is involved;
  • not wheelchair accessible.
  • a dress code is required to enter the monastery. No shorts, flip-flops, tank tops, sleeveless tops, mini-skirts, low-cut or strapless dresses (unless covered by a sweater, etc.) allowed. Knees and shoulders must be covered for both men and women;
  • on public holidays, Mondays, or weekends some sights may be closed;
  • optional attractions could be included upon your request and may increase tour duration and price;
  • all information about the tour, itinerary, price or additional expenses are transparent and without surprises. There are no hidden costs.
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