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Biking in Belgrade

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# DescriptionREF. EXC_BELGR3
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What better way to explore Belgrade than on a bike? You'll cycle along the history-filled streets with your guide who will explain the city's recent past from World War II to current times. The main topics are history and politics of Yugoslavia, social issues, economy, lifestyle and architecture.
A half hour break with a drink will be provided during the tour.

Main stops: Brankov’s bridge, Staro Sajmiste (former concentration camp), SIV / Palace fo Serbia (former seat of government of Yugoslavia), Hotel Yugoslavia, Historic city center of Zemun and view on Kalemegdan Fortress

PLEASE NOTE

  • The total length of the tour is 12 kilometers.
  • The speed on the tour is very low, so everybody can enjoy it; given one has a basic experience with riding a bike.
  • Good walking shoes are recommended.
  • The order of the visits can change.
  • Times are approximate.
  • Attention: children are under the responsibility of their parents and must be autonomous by bike.

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This shore excursion is available for one or several cruises
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From the Black Sea to the Blue Danube (port-to-port cruise)

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REF. VIO_AIPP ( reverse directionSEE THE FILE )
Next departures:  05/05/2024, 05/20/2024
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REF. OVI_AIPP ( reverse directionSEE THE FILE )
Next departures:  04/24/2024, 05/16/2024
Special OfferUp to 25% off per person
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Next departures:  05/24/2024, 08/22/2024
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Next departures:  05/12/2024, 06/04/2024
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Along the Danube, the Danube delta, the Balkan peninsula and Budapest

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REF. BDO_AIPP ( reverse directionSEE THE FILE )
Next departures:  05/27/2024, 08/25/2024
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Along the river Danube, Budapest, the Balkan peninsula and the Danube delta

BUDAPEST - MOHACS - OSIJEK - NOVI SAD - BELGRADE - The Iron Gates - RUSE - CERNAVODA / FETESTI - TULCEA - OLTENITA

From Hungary to Romania via Serbia, you'll be surprised and delighted by this cruise that will take you to the heart of Eastern Europe. You will discover cities with remarkable landscapes and elegant architecture such as Novi Sad, the capital of the province of Vojvodina regarded as the "Serbian Athens", whose cultural and artistic backgrounds will surprise you. Do not miss out on Ruse, one of the largest ports in Bulgaria and a true melting pot of Bulgarian and Romanian cultures. 

REF. OBD_AIPP ( reverse directionSEE THE FILE )
Next departures:  05/12/2024, 06/04/2024
Ref.BDO_AIPP
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