Pomoravlje District

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  • From Belgrade: Medieval Monasteries and Resava Cave Tour

    1. From Belgrade: Medieval Monasteries and Resava Cave Tour

    Your tour starts from your accommodation, where your guide will pick you up. Head towards Pomoravlje District, known as the center of the last Serbian Medieval Kingdom, where monasteries still have enormous cultural and historical legacy and wealth. Your first stop is Ravanica monastery. It was the endowment of Prince Lazar built during the period between 1375 and 1377, with its frescoes painted in the years preceding the Battle of Kosovo. Due to its architectural and artistic features, the Ravanica church can be called the birthplace of the new artistic movement called the Morava school. Continue your ride to Manasija monastery.  Manasija monastery is one of the last monuments to Serbian medieval culture, raised by Despot Stefan Lazarević, son of Prince Lazar. The construction of the church, an extravagant fortification and large refectory lasted from 1406 to 1418. The Church of the Ho...

    Alexender was a very good guide & explained every thing in detail. So we could enjoy the trip.

  • From Belgrade: Full Day Tour to Resava Valley

    2. From Belgrade: Full Day Tour to Resava Valley

    Discover the gemstones of Mother Nature and medieval culture in the flourishing Resava valley. Be ready for departure in front of your accommodation in Belgrade at 9:00 am. You will be picked up and transferred in a comfortable minivan. The first stop will be after a 1.5 hour drive accompanied by an interesting story of your guide. Learn about the medieval Serbian State on your way to beautiful Šumadija and arrive somewhere inbetween the green hills of the vivid Resava River gorge, where the medieval Manasija Monastery is located. Discover this complex with its magical atmosphere. It was built as a real military fortification with towers and walls in order to protect the Church of the Holy Trinity from the Ottomans. It was built during the rule of Despot Stefan Lazarević in the early 15th century. Turks conquered the Monastery in the 15th century, then Austrians in the 18th, so in the 1...

  • Belgrade: Resava Cave, Manasija Monastery & Lisine Waterfall

    3. Belgrade: Resava Cave, Manasija Monastery & Lisine Waterfall

    Start with pickup from Belgrade at 8:00 AM. Travel to the first stop, Manasija Monastery, which was built in the 15th century by Serbian ruler, Stefan Lazarevic. Discover one the most significant medieval monuments in Serbia known for its artistic, cultural and historical value. Explore the monastery which is surrounded by magnificent towers of the medieval fortress which surrounds it. Continue to Resava Cave, one of the oldest and largest caves in Serbia. Explore the interior of the 80 million-year-old cave which measures approximately 4.5 kilometers in length. See numerous and magnificent halls, channels, galleries, columns, stalactites, stalagmites, draperies and flowstone waterfalls. Finally, make a final stop at the Veliki Buk waterfall which is over 20 meters high and is one of the highest and most impressive waterfalls in Serbia. Return to Belgrade in the evening time.

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 23 reviews

Wonderful day spent with Vladimir exploring Eastern Europe. While the visits to each monastery and the caves were great, spending time with Vladimir was the highlight. Kind, knowledgeable, and a great driver. Truly a fantastic day!

This journey is a combination of historic sites and natural views. I really enjoyed visiting monastery and exploring caves. My guide Vladimir is very friendly and he tells me a lot about Serbian history.

Aleksandar was a great guide who really brought to life the turbulent history of Serbia and made us wanna learn more about the country.

Alexender was a very good guide & explained every thing in detail. So we could enjoy the trip.

Had a great time with my guide Jelica, highly recommended!