Day 1 Belgrade - Smederevo - Ram - Veliko Gradište - Golubac - Gorge Đerdap - Donji Milanovac - Tekija - Kladovo (route: approx. 240 km).
The meeting of passengers at the Marina in Belgrade at 7.30 am. Boarding at 7.40 am, departure of the Aquastar Maxim at 7.50 am. The cruise starts from the Belgrade Fortress, after which the route leads towards Kladová. Cruise pass the Smederev Fortress and the medieval Rama Fortress. The Rama Fortress was built at the end of the 15th century. The cruise plan also includes pass near the Silver Lake and Veliko Gradište. Then you pass the Golubac Fortress and enter the Đerdap National Park through the Iron Gate, a section of the Danube Valley on the border between the Carpathians and the East-Serb Mountains. Passangers can admire the longest and deepest European gorge. It is an area with unique flora and fauna. In the 1960s, the remains of one of the oldest settlements in Europe were discovered here. The tour then goes by Donji Milanovac, Veliki and Mali Kazan, next to the statue of the last Dakar king Decebal. Pass by the place where the Roman Emperor Trajan carved his indelible mark on the rock, known as the Trajan tablet. To reach Tekija Port after a approximatelly 9-hour cruise. A short bus transfer to Kladov. Accommodation in the Aquastar Danube hotel. Dinner. Overnight stay.
Day 2 Breakfast. Free time which can be spent in the hotel SPA (swimming pools, sauna) or optionally (for an extra charge on site): participation in the trip Kladovo - Vratna - Rajačke wine cellars - Kladovo (the trip lasts about 8 hours, required min. 15 persons). Drive to Vratna and visit the largest stone bridge in Europe overlooking the river of the same name. Near this miracle of nature is the Monastery of Vratna, dating back to the 14th century. Continuation of the tour - on the route you will find Negotin, then arrival to the village of Rajac located in the heart of the wine region known for its high quality wines. Visiting the winery and tasting with lunch. Return to the hotel, dinner, overnight stay.
Day 3 Kladovo - Archaeological Museum Đerdap - Hydroelectric power station Đerdap - Lepenski Vir - Golubac Fortress - Belgrade (route: approx. 240 km)
Breakfast. Departure at 9.00am by bus. Visit the Archaeological Museum Đerdap, which presents significant testimonies of the existence of cultures on the Danube in prehistoric, Roman and medieval times. Then you will visit the Đerdap hydroelectric power station, built in 1974 and being the largest European project that influenced the importance of the Danube, the local villages and the historical and cultural monuments located nearby. Bus ride along the Danube towards Lepenský Viru. Lunch break. Transition to the archaeological sites of Lepenski Vir, one of the oldest urban settlements in Europe and the world covering Stone Age culture (6 500 BC). Continuation of the journey - visit the Golubac Fortress built in the middle of the 14th century, repeatedly demolished, renewed and extended, located on the border between Serbia, Hungary and Turkey. It is planned to return to Belgrade in the evening.
Departure and arrival time: 2020-07-24
The maximum number of people for each booking for this offer is two adults and one extra bed.