Topola is a small Serbian town located in Šumadija, 80 km from Belgrade. In the first half of the 19th century, this city was the central city and capital of Serbia. Such an honor fell to a small settlement, since it was this place that the leader of the First Serbian uprising Georgy Petrovich (Karageorgiy) made his residence.

The tour program includes a visit to the mausoleum of the royal Karageorgievich dynasty, the summer residence of the Karageorgievich dynasty – the house of King Peter, the Karageorgi Museum and a luxurious park.


Near the town of Topola, there is Oplenac hill, on which the Mausoleum of the Karađorđević dynasty was built.

Today, the complex includes, in addition to the Church of St. George and the Mausoleum of the Serbian Royal Family, also the royal vineyards, the museum (Vineyard House), the house of King Peter, the king’s mansion, the queen’s mansion, the Karageorgi Church, the Karageorgi monument, the hotel.


On the way back to Belgrade, a visit to Mount Avala is planned.

Avala is the nearest mountain, 16 km southeast of Belgrade. Its height is 511 meters above sea level. The mountain is completely located in the administrative part of the city. At the top of the mountain stands the Mausoleum of an unknown hero.

A little lower is the Monument to Soviet military leaders, as well as a restored TV tower 204.5 meters high, now the tallest building in Serbia and the Balkans, which offers a wonderful view of Belgrade, Vojvodina and Shumadia.

Full day excursion

Excursion cost:
Car (1-3 people) – 210 euros
Minivan (up to 6 people) – 255 euros
Minibus (up to 17 people) – 290 euros

At extra charge:

  • Entrance tickets are additionally paid 6 euros per person
  • buying souvenirs
  • tasting – 4 varieties of wine in the Alexandrovich wine cellar – approximately 10 euros per person
  • lunch at the national restaurant Aleksandar, aperitif and 2 drinks – approximately 20 euros per person
  • purchase of wine in the cellar Alexandrovich – approximately 0.75l bottles – from 7-15 euros per bottle