NIS, ZAJECAR, GAMZIGRAD -
TWO DAY PROGRAM (by bus, based on 65-75 pax)
The program is an informative flyer, exact departure date will be agreed with the group
Day 1. Nis
Departure from the parking lot near the home of handball (or by appointment) in 09:00h. accompanied by a local guide. Visiting Monument Scull Tower (unique monument in the world is 5 meters tall and it has inbuilt 952 human heads, raised by the Turks in 1813, after the defeat of the Serbian rebels led by Stevan Sinđelića on Cegar, on May 31, 1809.) Continuation of the journey to Niska Banja. Only 7 km southeast of Nis, on the international road to Sofia - 250 m above sea level - there is one of the oldest spa towns in Serbia - Niska Banja. Springs of this spa provide water that is characterized by a variety of chemical compositions and are among the most radioactive in the country and Europe. Hour and a half retention for a tour, then proceed to the ancient site - the royal residence of Emperor Constantine - Mediane raised at the beginning of the fourth century. Sightseeing mosaics and villas.Continuation of the journey to the city of Nis. Visiting the Fortress of Nis. Turkish fortress was built on the ruins of the ancient and medieval fortifications. Present ramparts of the fortress are built from February 1719 to June 1723 and present remains one of the most beautiful and best preserved buildings of its kind in the Balkans. Free time for sightseeing and walking through the fortress and narrower urban core. Break for lunch. We suggest a visit to one of the restaurants with the famous specialties of Nis, in the only street that has preserved the oriental character of Nis - Tinkers Alley. One-hour break, and then go back to camp Red Cross, first Nazi concentration camp in Yugoslavia. Check-in hotel. Accommodation in a hotel. Overnight.
Day 2 Nis-Zajecar Gamzigrad-Nis
Breakfast. In 08:00h departure from the hotel for a trip to Zajecar. Zajecar is a city located in eastern Serbia, the main city of Timok region. Zajecar was the seat of several primary and secondary schools as well as colleges of management and the first private college established in Serbia - MEGATREND. He is also known for its famous Bandstand, which lasted over 40 years. Near Zajecar there are the remains of Roman imperial palace of the fourteenth century BC, Felix Romuliana (Gamzigrad), which is recognized as a world heritage protected by UNESCO. Gamzigrad is the residence of the Roman emperor Gaius Valerius Maximillian Gallery (Gaius Valerius Galerius Maximianus.), son I law of Diocletian. Maternal Romuli called it Romulijana (Romuliana). Castle seems never completed, and the kings of the 4th century the magnificent home left to the Christian church. During the 5th century, the palace was destroyed by the barbarians, and in the 6th century Romuliana was rebuilt by Justinian as a border fortress. After the invasion of the Slavs at the end of the 6th century, the former imperial residence was abandoned. Powerful city on 6.5 hectares, with about 20 established tower. Inside was in splendid palaces, two pagan temples, three Christian churches and other buildings; floor mosaics are considered equals the best works of late antiquity in Europe. Back in Nis. Termination of arrangement services.
from 10 to 20 people 90 €
from 21 to 30 persons 80 €
31 people and over € 70
Transportation comfortable tour bus (A / C, audio, video)
accommodation in a 3 * hotel on bed and breakfast in htl Tami Residence
Tickets for the museum Cele Kula, site Mediana, a camp on the Red Cross, the site of the pavement and the Devil's Town
PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE:
Htl Tami Residence 3 *** is located 2.5 km from the city center. All rooms with shower, LCD TV, mini bar, internet, cable TV, hair dryer ...
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