Mokra Gora & Višegrad - Serbia and Republic of Srpska (BiH) Tour

Mećavnik - Bridge Over Drina River (Unesco)

During our trip, we will show you incredible nature and introduce you to the culture, history, customs and people of Western Serbia as well with the Višegrad in Republika Srpska (Bosnia and Herzegovina).

The trip starts at 07.00 AM from Belgrade.
Welcome to our tours!

Ovčar-Kablar Gorge 

The Ovčar - Kablar gorge is one of the most picturesque gorge in this part of Europe. The gap between these two mountain beauties is 50 to 150 meters wide and about 20 kilometers long. It is an important cultural - historical complex with many monasteries. So it is rightly among the people, often called the Serbian Holy Mountain.
Breakfast and rest time are planned here, on the banks of the West Morava.

Šargan eight - train ride

Once upon a time, this railway used to be the main traffic artery of the Balkan Peninsula, because it connected Belgrade, Sarajevo and the Adriatic Sea ... Through tunnels, bridges, mountain massifs, the popular train Ćira paved its way, leaving behind the smoke and the smell of an old locomotive. Today, as a part of this railway, from Šargan Vitasi to Mokra Gora, train Ćira came out of oblivion. The Šargan Eight again receives passengers in the lounges of the Nostalgia train. From Mokra Gora to Šargan Vitasi, we will pass through 22 tunnels and across 5 bridges. We will also pass an altitude difference of 300 meters and about 15 kilometers of railway.
The summer timetable is from April to November and the winter timetable from mid-December to mid-February.

Mokra Gora and Drvengrad - Mećavnik (ethno village of film director Emir Kusturica)

Mount Mokra Gora unites and embraces two other Balkan breathtaking mountains, Zlatibor and Tara. We are convinced, that only a few regions in the world can compete in beauty with the region of Western Serbia. Lately, the ethno village Drvengrad has been gaining tourist popularity. Thanks to the director Emir Kusturica. During the filming of "Life is a Miracle", the famous director fell in love with this mountain. He decided to build a home right there. Briefly, that is how this unique ethno village was created. The tour of Drvengrad with a tourist guide takes about 20 minutes. Free time or lunch is planned in the national restaurant of Serbian cuisine.
From Mokra Gora we are going towards to the Republika Srpska in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Crossing the border
 Note: bring the necessary documents for crossing the border between Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Welcome to Republika Srpska (BiH) 


Rzav Canyon and Dobrun Monastery 

Our journey continues through the canyon of the river Rzav. There we will visit Dobrun, a monastery of the Serbian Orthodox Church from the 13th century.


In Višegrad we will visit The Bridge over the Drina river. The bridge is one of the most beautiful examples of Ottoman architecture of the 16th century. it was built during the reign of Grand Vizier Mehmed Pasha Sokolović. This monument has been under UNESCO protection since 2008. Nobel laureate Ivo Andrić in his novel "The Bridge on the Drina" is a novel by Ivo Andrić, tells the story about life in Višegrad and its bridge, which connects the two banks of the Drina, Bosnia with Serbia, the West with the East. After the famous bridge, we will visit another ethno village Andrićgrad (also a project of Emir Kusturica). Andrićgrad is popularly called also Kamengrad (stone city). Sightseeing of a Andrićgrad with a tour guide takes about 20 minutes. After that we have free time.
The scheduled departure is at 07.00 am from Belgrade.
Return to Belgrade around 10 pm.

The price of the tour depends on the number of people.
The price includes tickets for the Šargan eight train, entrance fee to Drvengrad, tourist guide services and transfers.
Note: bring a passport and the necessary documents for crossing the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina. 



Baci Pet

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Belgrade, Serbia.