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Serbian Private Tours

Belgrade, Serbia
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About Serbian Private Tours
Serbian Private Tours are made exclusively for those who prefer combining comfort with adventure. Get to know Serbia and the region with a local friend. Travel the country and experience it at first hand through variety of tours & activities: city tours, day trips, multi-day tours, virtual live tours, wine tours and hiking. We are #YourSerbiaHost.
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Private Day Tour to Sargan Eight scenic train

Mokra Gora Mountain, Sargan Eight Railway and Kustendorf Village are three fascinating spots outside of Belgrade, but ticking all of them off can be tricky without a car. On this private tour, depart from your Beglrade hotel with a guide and make your way to all three. Learn about Kustendorf Village’s history as a film set and take in panoramic views of Mokra Gora Mountain. Enjoy refreshments during the day.
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9 to 10 hours
from US$213.18

Belgrade Private City Tour

Explore the highlights of Belgrade on a private 4-hour city tour. As you drive and walk between the sights, build an overview of the city’s turbulent history and architecture from your guide. Learn about Serbia’s two royal dynasties at the Royal and White Palaces, and the City Assembly, the Old Palace of Serbia’s first king. Discover the Church of St Sava, Serbia’s largest Orthodox church; take in pedestrianized Prince Mihailo Street; and stroll around the old, cobblestoned Kosancicev venac quarter past Princess Ljubica’s Residence, St Michael’s Church and other sights.
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4 to 5 hours
from US$91.90

Private Day Tour to Iron Gate Gorge and Lepenski Vir

Contemplate Serbia’s beautiful scenery and rich history on a private day trip to Lepenski Vir and the Iron Gates Gorge on the River Danube from Belgrade. Traveling by air-conditioned vehicle, learn about Serbia’s past and see the Danube-side medieval town and fortress of Golubac. Explore Lepenski Vir archaeological site, where a ruined Mesolithic village from around 7000 BC overlooks the river. Lastly, admire the breathtaking views of the Iron Gates, the steep Danube gorge between Serbia and Romania, before breaking for lunch at a scenic restaurant and returning to Belgrade.
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8 to 9 hours
from US$213.11

Friday wine tour in Sumadija wine region

Discover Serbian wine during this full-day, guided, winery and tasting tour in the Sumadija region that includes visits to various wineries. Visit wineries old and young and see the region where a royal family grows vines. Walk in a king’s cellar and see rare vintages, sample a range of varieties, learn about winemaking processes.
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6 hours
from US$120.42

Manasija and Ravanica Monasteries Private Day Tour from Belgrade

Discover architectural and natural wonders of Serbia that most visitors miss on a private full-day tour from Belgrade. Public buses can be confusing slow.  But thanks to private transportation, you’re able to visit three major points of interest efficiently and comfortably. Enjoy guided visits to the 14th-century Ravanica and 15th-century Manasija Monasteries.  In between, stop at Resava Cave and explore up to 2,623 feet (800 meters) of its interior.
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8 to 9 hours
from US$184.59
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ShawnVoyage wrote a review Sep 2020
Chicago, Illinois12 contributions16 helpful votes
We had a great time on our wine tour with beautiful wineries and beautiful wine. The tour is exactly as described and because we were traveling during this pandemic, we pretty much had most of these wineries to ourselves. The first stop was Despotika and a perfect start our day. The winery overlooks beautiful vineyards and scenery and we got 4 different types of wines. From here we went to a family house and had a wonderful lunch and also 4 glasses of wine to go with our meal. This is a true Serbian experience as you are in someone's actual house. From there we then went to a museum-like winery that gave us a sampling of wine. This use to be the King's old cellar and still has archives of old wine. A good stop and interesting to learn about. Our last stop was Aleksandrovic Winery which feels like a high-end winery that also overlooks beautiful vineyards. Here we sat until about sunset with delicious wine! We had a great time, and our guide Andrija was great. Also got some photos of our trip which was a nice surprise!! Overall highly recommend.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lori McGowan wrote a review Aug 2020
Dorcol, Serbia1 contribution
Our tourhost Andrija was professional, knowledgeable and fun to spend a day with. We visited and enjoyed Serbian wine while getting tours of each winery and learning about the history and artistic craft of each wine. The winemasters are proud of their product and enjoy sharing with guests. We also visited the Royal Winery along with its informative museum. This tour was spectacular in many ways. From learning about the rich history of Serbia snd its proud culture to seeing the breathtaking countryside. We will be booking another tour this week. Serbia is a wonderful country with warm welcoming people. Serbian Private Tours and their staff are wonderful ambassadors of this majestic country.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Katrin L wrote a review Jul 2020
7 contributions6 helpful votes
We had the chance to participate in the very first virtual live class conducted by Serbian Private tours. What a joy to see beautiful Belgrade fortress again! The tour was guided by two guides: Andrija was on site and gave us the possibility to take a real-time glance at Belgrade fortress. Miljan was off-site and completed the experience by providing interesting and funny facts while Andrija changed from one spot to the other. We really loved the combination of on-site/off-site guiding and highly recommend this tour to both people familiar with the site and not  being able to visit due to Corona as well as people wanting to explore new traveling destinations for more travel-friendly times.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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MirzaMM wrote a review Jul 2020
Sarajevo105 contributions281 helpful votes
In times of COVID-19, cancelled flights and closed borders, this was very interesting and innovative way to jump over mountains, valleys and borders and visit a familiar place. Although we have been to Belgrade Fortress before, this was an opportunity to see it from slightly different but interesting angles and, as always, to hear some new stories. Thank you for great and very interesting new experience which might become a part of "new normal". Good luck with new tours, both virtual and actual ones.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Josipa P wrote a review Jul 2020
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Belgrade Private tour was very enjoyable and informative. Apart from a great guide (Andrija) I also liked all archive photos that were presented by the moderator (Miljan). Duration of the tour was just perfect-not too short and not too long and I would recommend it to everyone interested to learn something about history of Belgrade.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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