First Day – Arrival.Accommodation in a selected object.Free time for individual activities.Dinner. Optional going out at bohemian street Skadarlija . Overnight.
Second Day –Breakfast.Meeting with leaders of the groups. Optional city tour (fortress Kalemegdan, main street KnezMihailova, main square, optional visit of the zoo…). Free time.Dinner.The opening ceremony of the festival.Presentation of the groups.Optional going out. Overnight
Third Day – Breakfast. Free time or optional visit of the Church of St. Sava, the biggest Christian Orthodox church in Balkan. Optional boat tour.Dinner.Optional going out.Overnight.
Fourth Day – Breakfast.Leaving hotel. End of service.
PRICE PER PERSON: 89€ Hotel 3***
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Belgrade is the capital of Serbia. Belgrade is situated in South-East of Europe, at the very entrance from Central Europe to Balkan Peninsula. It lies at the confluence of the Sava and Danube Rivers in north central Serbia, where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkan Peninsula.
With almost 2.000.000 citizens, Belgrade is the capital of Serbian state, culture, education, science and economy. As a result of its turbulent history, many nations have been living in Belgrade for centuries; hence Belgrade’s charming mixture of both Central Europe and Orient.
This is the ciity with the biggest Christian Orthodox church at Balkan. It is a melting pot of diverse cultures that has produced a characteristic spirit of openness and cosmopolitism
Most of the Serbian economy is settled in Belgrade. Also, the vast majority of international companies choose Belgrade as their base not only for Serbia but for the whole region of Southeast Europe. This makes Belgrade one of the most important economic cities in the region.
Belgrade is one of those cities with a “never-sleeping” reputation. During the day, one can find himself amazed with the number of people in the City Center. Whether you are looking for a leisure in some of the numerous Belgrade cafes, or looking for attractions in Belgrade pedestrian zones of Republic Square, KnezMihajlova street, Obilić square and Kosančić square – here you will find many sites to visit and explore. National Theatre with Opera, National Museum, numerous art galleries are just some of the attractions which lead you to the most famous part of Belgrade – beautiful Kalemegdan Park and Belgrade fortress. Here you can admire the rich history dating almost 7 milleniums, and enjoy the spectacular panorama over the confluence of Sava and Danube Rivers.
Belgrade has a lot of interesting attractions and a big repository of beautiful items inside its museums, churches, streets, parks.
Being exciting and dynamic, Belgrade is a strong and irresistible urban magnet.
Hotel CentarBalasevic 3* is located in quiet part of town, surrounded by nature only 7 km city centre. It is pleasant place where you can stay in comfort that follows international standards. Hotel has 70 very nice furnished rooms. All rooms have air condition, free wi-fi internet, direct telephone line and mini bar. Hotel also has elegant restaurant, conference hall and very large parking area.
Hotel CentarBalasevic 3* – MiskaKranjca 17a, Beograd – www.centarbalasevic.rs
*** The organizer of the festival is Folklore Festivals.