Palace of Emperor Galerius
Imperial palace was built in the fourth century for Roman Emperor Gaius Valerius Maximianus Galerius and it's considered as the most preserved imperial palace in Europe. Today Felix Romuliana is on UNESCOS's World Heritage List.
On our way to Gamzigrad we are passing mysterious mountain Rtanj, which is believed to reflect an underlying pyramid.
Felix Romuliana (Happy Romula) is the name which Roman Emperor Galerius gave to the palace after his mother, Romula. Turbulent history of the palace witnesses about periods of ultimate splendour, but also dreadful devastations.
From Gamzigrad we continue to Bor - a mining town and one of the biggest copper mines in Europe, in order to visit deserted open pit mine which is the biggest artificially made dent in Europe. For observing this sight from Mars we will use terrace especially made for visitors.
After open pit mine we make a lunch break, in nearby spring Brestovačka banja in a cosy and peaceful place.
Felix Romuliana at Gamzigrad
Town of Bor and open-pit mine
Lunch at Brestovačka Springs
Return to Belgrade
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: We'll meet at your hotel or other location of your choice in Belgrade.
End location: After the tour you'll be returned to your hotel or other location of your choice in Belgrade.
Duration: 9 hours
This tour is realized with a private car, a station wagon.
If your crew is bigger than 3 people you can choose from following:
4-6 people a mini-van with 6 seats: price per tour 395€
7-8 people a van with 8 seats: price per tour 450€
8+ people - enquire
Entry ticket to Felix Romuliana
Refreshment during journey
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1500 RSD - For lunch and admission, per person
- Admission for Felix Romuliana - 200RSD
- Lunch in local restaurant ~ 1200RSD per person (~10€)*
*Price shown is an average price for lunch per person based on restaurant's menu, but it can vary depending on guest's demands for food and drinks.