Golubac Fortress and Djerdap National Park
Have you ever heard that some fortress have never been conquered by any army?
Do you wonder why?
If you visit guardian of Danube Golubac Fortress you will understand it!
Following the flow of the Danube river from Belgrade, just at entrance of Djerdap gorge, right there where Danube is widest and deepest, you will meet magnificent military medieval fort Golubac.
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Golubac and Djerdap Tour
Looking like a castle from a fairytale Golubac Fortress is the biggest attraction in Eastern Serbia.
Golubac fortress has ten towers. The first and the true builder of this fortress gave it nine towers set in front, back, and lower town, but the Turks added another tower and strengthened the fortress with cannon openings. All towers are built in a shape of a square except the donjon tower (the strongest tower of the fortress, the last stand of defense) which has a polygonal base, and a cylindrical top, thus the name Šešir kula (Hat Tower).
On our tour, you will also learn numerous legends about its name and masters.
Alongside stories, Golubac Fortress is an amazing place for taking photos, our tour guide will give his best to make sure that you have glorious photos from this journey!
After the breathtaking fortress, we will visit the magnificent Djerdap gorge, the biggest gorge in Europe, the Djerdap National Park, and the archaeological site from the Stone Age – Lepenski Vir.
With some breathtaking views that you will see, Djerdap will definitely blow your mind same like Golubac Fortress.
Lepenski Vir archaeological site will be a unique chance of meeting prehistoric Europe settlements, with learn a lot of history that you probably didn’t know before.
Goddes of Lepenski Vir statue is one of the most important artifacts of prehistoric ages.
Hotel pickup and drop-off
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full day tour
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