Vinča archaeological site

Vinča (Belo brdo) is an archaeological site from the early neolithic period, that gave name to the culture that inhabited the Balkan peninsula and part of Central Europe since the 5.th millennium BC. It is located near Vinča town on the eastern outskirts of Belgrade, on the Danube river. This civilization relied mostly on fishing, early agriculture and mining.

The Vinča culture was pretty advanced for it’s time, even had an alphabet of their own, which is considered one of the oldest in the world. Recent discoveries showed that their main settlement was composed of well aligned houses forming streets between them.

Most figurines and artifacts from Vinča are displayed across museums and galleries in Belgrade, as part of permanent or temporary exhibitions.

Guided tours to Vinča

Belgrade – Vinca – Smederevo – Viminacium – Silver lake

Private sightseeing tour of several historical sights along the Danube coast.

Tour Highlights:

  • Viminacium – one of the first Roman fortifications on the river Danube dated first century.
  • Vinča – the neolith its culture 4 500 B.C.

Includes: Transportation by private a/c car or a/c minibus, entrance fees.

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Mount Avala and the archaeological site of Vinca

Half-day private day trip from Belgrade to the countryside – enjoy fresh mountain air and lovely scenery at Mount Avala, then explore the remains of a Stone Age town of Vinča. Local guide, private transfers to and from your Belgrade hotel, entrance fees to Vinča museum

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