Meet your driver/guide at your Belgrade hotel early in the morning and depart in a climate-controlled vehicle for your private 2-day exploration of the West Serbian countryside. Stop by the slopes of Zlatibor Mountain at Stopića Cave, where water cascades from limestone basins. Continue to the village of Sirogojno, which functions as an ethnological open-air museum. Admire the authentic historical buildings.
Visit the idyllic Gostilje Waterfall, with its rushing rapids and cascades surrounded by lush nature. Pause for lunch at the Pećinar restaurant (price not included). Savor the local family-style cuisine. Continue to the center of Zlatibor for a stroll through its atmospheric streets, past vibrant cafes. Move on to Mokra Gora for your overnight stay. (Accommodation is not included in the price.)
Begin your second day in Mokra Gora with breakfast and coffee (price not included) before catching the nostalgic train at the Sargan Eight railway station. Over the course of the 2.5-hour ride, admire views of Mokra Gora mountain from the train as it rolls through the countryside.
Disembark at Kustendorf, a town built by the filmmaker Emir Kusturica for his movie ‘Life Is A Miracle.’ Stroll through the town, with a museum, a church, a library, a hotel, and a restaurant, as well as streets named after Kusturica’s heroes like Nikola Tesla, Che Guevara, and Federico Fellini.
Break for lunch (not included) at a restaurant called Lotika in Kustendorf. Afterward, return to Belgrade in your private vehicle.