Avala is one of the first associations to Belgrade, located around 1 hour drive from Belgrade city. Quickly coming to this predominantly low mountains, and you’ll definitely enjoy its beauties As a protected natural area, Avala hides numerous plant and animal species and is one of the favorite resorts of Belgrade. Silence, peace and tranquility you are surrounded by, and I believe that you will soon return to this place.
Monument to the Unknown Hero is certainly one of the symbols of this mountain. Until it can be reached by following a large number of steps, and when you approach the gate, behind which there is a mausoleum dedicated to an unnamed fighter from World War I, will give you a fantastic view of Belgrade, part of Vojvodina and Sumadija. Not far away, at the lower summit of Avala is Tower of Avala (205m tall), built in 1965, destroyed during the NATO bombing that it was rebuilt in 2010. Beautiful and huge, with him, there is a splendid view and a rare experience. Avala experience complete and hosts local restaurants that will serve you great Serbian specialties, as well as retailers, creators of souvenirs and magical artifacts.
Departure from Belgrade at 10am (flexible). Arrival on Avala 11am. Visit to Monument to the Unknown Hero. Visit to Tower of Avala. Enjoy the panoramic view of Belgrade. Lunch in ethno restaurant. Departure to Belgrade and arrival at around 3pm.
Price per person:
100 € (1 pax), 70 € (2 pax), 60 € (3 pax), 50 € (4-7 pax), 40 € (8-20 pax)
transfer (car or van),
entrance to the Avala tower,
visit to Mounment to the Unknown Hero,
Serbian traditional meal and one drink
Duration: 5 hours
Pick up: Anywhere in Belgrade
Total transfer time: 2 hours
Operating months: All year long
– you can book a tour whenever you want, there are no precise schedules to follow
– make a reservation by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.