Oplenac and Topola
Visit to Oplenac and Topola.
Once, the center of First Serbian Uprising against Turkish occupation, Topola is now a typical Serbian town with a unique complex dedicated to this event from early 19th century and its leader.
Not far from Topola is Oplenac, a place chosen by King Peter I as a Royal Complex. He built a Royal Mausoleum there and a house for himself where he could oversee the building progress. His son expanded the area to include lovely vineyard and villas for himself and his wife. Beside visiting an amaing mausoleum and villas, we will also see a Royal Wine Cellar where you can try and buy a very good wine.
Additionally, I can organize you a nice lunch in Arandjelovac with a visit to nearby Risovaca cave or a visit to ethno-village "Moravski konaci" and Pokajnica monastery.
Every tour organized and led by me out of Belgrade includes rented car with professional driver in order to provide the best comfort and safety for passengers.
- Oplenac, Topola
- Royal wine cellar
- additional visit to monastery Pokajnica and lunch to ethno village
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: at your hotel
End location: at your hotel
Duration: 5 hours
rented car with proffesional driver
driving from Belgrade to Topola and Oplenac
Royal Complex at Oplenac (Royal Mausoleum, House of King Petar I, King's and Queen's Villas, Royal wineyard)
Complex in Topola (House of Karadjordje, leader of First Serbian Uprising against Turks, Karadjordje's Church)
Royal wine cellar
All tickets are included in the price of tour
Additional visit to Monastery Pokajnica and a lunch in ethno-village is possible. In case you choose this option, additional 25 US $ per person is charged plus the cost of lunch.