Donji Milanovac is a Danube River cruise port located in eastern Serbia. The town lies on Lake Derdap's right bank, and has population of around 2,500. Its name is translated as "Lower Milanovac" (as there is a town called Upper Milanovac).
The town lies on remains of 8000-year-old Mesolithic settlement of Lepenski Vir, and of the Roman Taliata town. Donji Milanovac was relocated twice from its founding in the 19th century when it was settled on its original site on an isle on Danube river.
In 1830, because of the frequent flooding, Prince Milos ordered Donji Milanovac to be moved to the nearest, right river bank. It became the first Serbian town built by architectural planning. Following the construction of the hydroelectric power station "Derdap I" in 1970, the town was moved back to its present location.
During the period between 1929-1941, Donji Milanovac was part of Morava Banovina of Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
The Church of Saint Nicholas is situated in the centre of the town of Donji Milanovac. It was constructed in 1840 due to captain Misa Anastasijevic. Captain Misa's konak and Tenka's house were proclaimed Serbia's cultural heritage. There is a monument to 1912-1918 wars (Balkan Wars, World War I), as well as a mammoth sculpture.
Donji Milanovac cruise terminal
Donji Milanovac is the cruise port for Lepenski Vir - an important archaeological site. The earliest settlements there are from between 9500-7200 BC (based on radiocarbon data). The site consists of a large central settlement surrounded by 10 satellite villages.
Another tourist attraction is the Treskavac cliff (height 679 m / 2230 ft) rising on Danube Rivers' left bank (opposite to the Lepenski Vir site).
Donji Milanovac tours, shore excursions, hotels
City Tours and Shore Excursions
Lepenski Vir (archaeological site)
Port Donji Milanovac cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Donji Milanovac, Lepenski Vir, Serbia. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.
|2 October, 2020|
|MS Anna Katharina||13:00||16:00|
|2 October, 2020|
|4 October, 2020|
|MS Geoffrey Chaucer|
|11 October, 2020|
|14 October, 2020|
|28 October, 2020|
|Avalon Artistry II|