Join the Tesla Science Foundation for it’s annual reception hosted by the Serbian Royal Family. Each year we honor our supporters and guests from all over the world, at an unforgettable evening in Belgrade, Serbia.
In addition to the reception, the gathering continues with a tour of Serbia its castles, monasteries and wine region, and then to beautiful coastlines of Montenegro and Croatia.
Dates: July 7, 2016 – July 16, 2017
Cities: Belgrade, Serbia & Sveti Stefan, Montenegro and Dubrovnik, Croatia
Highlights: Private reception with Prince Alexander & Princess Katherine in Belgrade, sightseeing, wine tasting, the beaches of the Adriatic sea, including Sveti Stefan, Montenegro and Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Inclusions: Daily breakfast, hotels, private motor coach, tour guide, ticketing for all sightseeing activities, intra-air transfers between cities, airport transfers.
Not-Included: Airfare from your home city to Europe. You may purchase airfare on your own, or request a quote by contacting Sherry Kumar via email. Lunch and dinner, tips, optional excursions, yacht sailing, at your own cost.
Cost: Single Room: Euros 1500 plus $750 deposit
Double Room: Euros 1300 plus $750 deposit
Non-refundable Deposit: $750 Payable in USD online. Balances are collected with your signature and is payable in Euros according to daily exchange rates.
Short Trip Summary:
Days 1-3: Belgrade, Serbia. The city’s long and bloody history is depicted by its architecture, which varies from Byzantine and Ottoman to neoclassical and romantic, and from Art Nouveau to brutalism and Bauhaus. What the city lacks in splendor, it makes up with its vibrant nightlife, lively people, and charming neighborhoods.
Here we will enjoy a Reception at The Royal Palace of Belgrade with HRH Prince Alexandar and HRH Princess Katherine. The Princess will give us a tour of the Royal Palace “Beli Dvor”.
Day 4-6: Sveti Stefan, Montenegro. Founded in the 15th century, the Fortress Sveti Stefan achieved fame in the first half of XIX century when it counted 100 houses, three churches, and 400 inhabitants on its tiny island. In the 1970’s it was a private playground of President Tito, and Hollywood celebrities he counted among friends. Here we will tour the town of Cetinje, Herceg Novi and enjoy a swim in the Blue Cave.
Days 6-9: Dubrovnik, Croatia. See why Dubrovnik is referred to as the “Pearl of the Adriatic”. The town is the proudest feather in Croatia’s tourist cap, an elite destination and one of the most beautiful towns of the Adriatic Sea. Here we will tour this medieval town, explore its historical side, as well as give guests an option to sail the emerald waters of the Adriatic, on a yacht.
WHAT TO BRING:
- Cocktail attire for palace reception
- Comfortable walking shoes for sightseeing tours
- Beach towels (local hotels do not provide them). A padded beach mat can be purchased locally.
- Beach shoes / Water shoes (pebble and rocky beaches make walking and swimming uncomfortable).
This trip is being organized by,