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Exclusive Car Services Serbia is able to offer travel tours to the most beautiful monasteries trought the Serbia region. There are Monasteries like Manasija, Kalenic, Zica, Studenica and Sopocani. Duration: 2 days
Price: 450 euros.
Price includes: Lunch in local ethno restaurant,Hotel accommodation for driver, Tolls and Fuel.
Visit the monasteries Manasija, Kalenic and Zica. After that, overnight in Vrnjacka spa at the hotel of your choice. Possibility recommendations.
Visit the monasteries Sopocani and Studenica and short visit Peter’s Church, which is the oldest church in Serbia.
Manasija also known as Resava is a Serb Orthodox Monastery located near Despotovac. It was built in the 15 century by Despot Stefan Lazarevic. The monastery is surrounded by massive walls and 11 towers.
Kalenic Monastery is located in the central part of Sebia.It was built by Lord Bogdan, a high official at the court of Despot Stefan. The monastery church was built between 1407 and 1418.
The Studenica Monastery is one of the largest and richest Serb Orthodox monasteries. Founded in the late 12th century shortly after the abdication of Stevan Nemanja, which is dedicated to the Presentation of the Holy Virgin.
Sopocani Monastery is located in the southern part of Serbia. It was founded by King Uros I in 1260 and was dedicated to the Holy Trinity. Monastery was built in the style of the Raska School.
Zica Monastery is located near Kraljevo town. It was built in the 13 century by Stefan I, the first king of Serbia. The architecture is in the Raska style. In 1219 Žiča became the first seat of the Serbian Archbishopic.