Monasteries of Serbia
1 HB in 3* / 4* hotel in Vrnjacka Banja

Day 1: Beograd – Manasija – Ravanica – Lazarica – Ljubostinja – Vrnjacka Banja Day 2: Vrnjacka Banja – Studenica – Zica – Beograd

Visit the most beautiful examples of Serbian medieval architecture – monasteries of “Raska school “(Studenica and Zica) and “ Moravska school” ( Manasija, Ravanica, Lazarica and Ljubostinja)

Manasija monastery: ( 15th century) has the best preserved medieval fortification in the country. The Church of the Holy Trinity is famous for its exceptionally fine fresco paintings.

Ravanica monastery: (14th century) is the most typical example of what is called the Morava school of Serbian medieval architecture. A coffin containing relics of the great and highly devoted Prince Lazar, killed in the battle of Kosovo in 1389 is now in this church.

Lazarica Court Church: (14th century) represents a fine architectural achievement adorned with rich carved stone decoration on the arches, rosettes, windows and portals. It is situated in the town of Krusevac, once the capital of the Lazar's state..

Ljubostinja monastery: (14th century) with its Church of the Dormition of the Virgin is considered to be one of the most elegant architectonic monuments of medieval Serbia.

Studenica monastery: crowning achievement of medieval culture and art in Serbia. The strengthening of the medieval state and of its ruler's might is naturally reflected in it.

Zica monastery: 13th century) is of great historical importance. The Church of the Ascension played a very important role in the religious, political and cultural life of medieval Serbia.

South Serbia – Niš and Djavolja Varoš (Devil’s Town)
1 HB in 3*/4* hotel in Niš Itinerary:
Day 1: Beograd – Mediana – Niš
Day 2: Niš – Djavolja Varoš – Beograd

Explore the historical sites and natural beauties of the south of Serbia:

Mediana, an imperial villa from the late Roman period, Niš- the capitol of south Serbia an DjavoljaVaroš – a true wonder of nature.

Mediana is a royal property with a luxurious residence in the suburb of old Nis, known as Naissus erected by Constantine the Great (280 - 337 AD), who was born and raised in Naissus.

Niš is one of the oldest cities in the Balkans, and has from ancient times been considered a gateway between the East and the West. The town of Nis is most famous as the birthplace of Constantine the Great.

Djavolja Varoš (Devil’s Town) is a first class natural landmark. Two rare natural phenomena at the same spot: stone formations created by erosion and two springs of extremely acid water with high mineral content make Djavolja Varoš a natural good of an outstanding importance.

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