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Small-Group Day Trip from Belgrade to Mokra Gora and Kustendorf
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Reviewed 11 April 2017

Once being in Mokra Gora, Serbia, do not hesitate to visit Drvengrad also known Küstendorf! This place has its unique charm, built entirely of wood and it's interesting not only for film lovers!

Thank Albena P
Reviewed 3 April 2017

I am not that huge fan of Kusturica, but he made an interesting project here. Most of the things are from woods and he joined many famous names from Serbia and the World in one place. There is also a cinema with artistic movies, or...More

Thank Wlaki89
Reviewed 28 August 2016

Visited Mecavnik during Kustendorf film festival with a friend from the States, we enjoyed every moment of it. The little wooden village on the top of a snowy mountain is the perfect setting for the festival. We tried some of the best traditional serbian food...More

Thank Yo_Jovana
Reviewed 29 April 2016

A lot of wooden houses. Working cinema. Interesting to walk around, good food.streets with names of famous people. Nice church. The view is lovely.

Thank Saša Ana Marija H
Reviewed 19 February 2015

Worth the trip. Drvengrad itself is beautiful, but if you're lucky to come when the Kustendorf film and music festival is running, then you are for a real treat! Many interesting movies, chance to see a large number of celebrities in a laid back atmosphere,...More

Thank Ratko_Vranes
Reviewed 25 September 2014

We were passing trough this area on the way from Belgrade to Sarajevo. It was organized mini van drive with an agency that usally organizes even trips to Drvengrad, so driver sad they are stopping there almoust every day not paying entrance, but not staying...More

1  Thank azra k
Reviewed 22 August 2014

Kustendorf/Drvengrad is Kusturica's perfect city. Just walking along its "streets", seeing the names of those great men is enough to make one feel good. But you also eat very well at more than a reasonable price. 1 day was just not enough. I definitely dream...More

1  Thank Asli S
Reviewed 3 August 2014

We visited this village for the first time in July while staying in Zlatibor. We spent one whole day there, walking old paths of the Drvengrad/Kustendorf village, speaking with visitors and with people working there. It is very nice location and the village is so...More

1  Thank topicdaliborka
Reviewed 6 June 2014

We came here as part of a tour and the weather was a bit cold so that perhaps coloured my view of this place. I found it extremely odd and as I did not know the background to its construction it was a little disconcerting....More

Thank Eileen193
Reviewed 25 August 2012

In july-august we went by car to visit Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina and back again, by Austria and Germany, (2 adults and 2 teenagers) preparing everything at the last moment with Tripadvisor. Great filmset/village to visit and a the restaurant we had an excellent...More

2  Thank Pascal7777
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