Jelena Stankovic is a local tour guide in Stari Grad Urban Municipality, Republic of Serbia, who speaks Srpski (native), Dansk, English, Norsk, Svenska

Jelena Stankovic
First visit: 25 March 2016
Last visit: 21 May 2024
Stari Grad Urban Municipality, Republic of Serbia
Srpski (native), Dansk, English, Norsk, Svenska
44
since 2006
Belgrade city tour (by bus and/or walking tour) 3-5 hrs; Belgrade fortress (walking tour on the fortress 2 hrs; a bit shorter walking tour is included in the city tour); Churches in Belgrade; President Tito\\\'s mausoleum; Bicycle city tour of Belgrade; Jewish heritage in Belgrade and Serbia; Belgrade night tour; Music festivals in Serbia; Monasteries of Fruska Gora Mountain; City tour of Novi Sad with(out) Pertrovaradin Fortress (Serbia); City tour of Zrenjanin (Serbia); trip to Oplenac & Topola, Monastery tours of Serbia, Roman heritage in Serbia (ancient archeological sites), Muslim religious heritage in Serbia, Mountain tours - adrenalin & hiking
Hi! I am a licensed tourist guide from Belgrade, Serbia. I have been working as a guide since 2006 mostly with Scandinavian tourists, but also with English and German speaking guests, in Serbia and rest of the Balkans. I am in love with my hometown Belgrade and my country Serbia, which I think is the next destination you should explore! And Belgrade is developing a lot and attracts more and more guests and tourists from all over the world. - I have a University diploma in Scandinavian Languages and Literature - Faculty of Philology (University of Belgrade), and I have been on different scholarships in Sweden and Denmark. I have worked for various Swedish, Danish and Norwegian travel agencies on the Balkans, in Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, Check Republic, Austria, Russia, Ukraine as a tour leader and program manager since 2004, as well as for Serbian travel agencies, foreign companies and individual tourists in Serbia. - I passed Tourist guide exam and got a tourist guide license for Belgrade and Serbia in 2006, issued by Serbian Ministry of Economy and Tourism. Welcome to Serbia!

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