Serbia is a country of exquisite natural beauty, ideal to be discovered on a river cruise. Undoubtedly one of its most impressive sights is the magnificent Iron Gates Gorge: a narrow valley that forms part of the border between Romania and Serbia. With dramatic 700-metre-high cliffs overhanging the river at some points, two of the most striking sections are Mali Kazan and Veliki Kazan. At 60 miles in length, it’s the biggest gorge in Europe, and our Serbia river cruises offer spectacular views of this immense natural spectacle. Once through the Iron Gates the capital city of Belgrade is not far. Discover the city’s many interesting landmarks such as the Kalemegdan Fortress, and the tomb and monument of Marshal Tito, the former president of Yugoslavia. View the mighty structure that is St Sava Cathedral, renowned for being the largest church building in the Balkans.
Highlights of our Serbian river cruises
Iron Gates Gorge
Pass through this stunning natural spectacle of towering cliffs over the Danube.
Kalemegdan Fortress, Belgrade
Once an important military fortification, today it is a central park of cafés, tennis courts and museums.
St Sava Cathedral
Renowned for being the largest church building in the Balkans and one of the tenth largest in the world.
Marshal Tito's Grave
Visit the tomb and monument of former Yugoslavia president, Marshal Tito.