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Village Break
Village Break
Tour Description

Tourist Organization of Belgrade this weekend starts a band new tour – BELGRADE VILLAGE BREAK. The tour includes visit to an ethno ambience of the household Zornica Kuca, transportation, traditional meal, and perfect time in the nature. Village Break offers two different tours:


Tour 1 – transportation, welcome drink and a branch, a guide and a free time in the Household.

Tickets are 1.200 RSD for adults and 800 RSD for children.


Tour 2 – transportation, traditional lunch, a guide and a free time.

Tickets are 3.000 RSD for adults and 1.500 RSD for children.


Departure is at the Nikola Pasic Square, in front of the City Assembly, at 10 h.

Return to Belgrade is at 15h.


Information, reservations, and tickets are available at the Tourist Info Center in Knez Mihailova 5, and in BS Tours, Savski Trg 1a. 

Tour Info
Radise Jovanovica 20
+ 381 11 254 0 254
+381 11 69 254 0 254

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