Serbia


BELGRADE - Literally translated as “the White City”, Belgrade is one of the most vivid partying places in the region and deserves a much more colorful name. With its floating nightclubs, cafés, bars and restaurants and lively pedestrian streets in the center, Belgrade is one of the top places to visit. But Belgrade is more than just a party place and offers many enchanting places like Knez Mihailova Boulevard, the ancient Kalemegdan Citadel and the Savamala, creative hub that shows the cultural vibe of the city.


NOVI SAD – Novi Sad attracts visitors with its cozy positioning across the Petrovaradin fortress – the “Gibraltar on the Danube”, and with leisurely rhythm that is in contrast to the usual fast-paced and chaotic urban life. Near the city nucleus one can find picnic sites, preserved ecosystems and a complex of Orthodox monasteries scattered across the Fruška Gora National Park. The farmhouses, vineyards and wine routes at the outskirts of Novi Sad provide visitors with the opportunity to experience the richness of gastronomy and rural customs.

 

THE MOUNTAINS – The Serbian mountains with 15 peaks rising over 2,000 meters in altitude, with their crystal-clear lakes and waterfalls, lush meadows and dense forests will leave the visitors breathless. Unique ecosystems, top class skiing and hiking trails, many possibilities for mountaineering adventures have been the most attractive destinations for recreation and relaxation. Famous tourist centers in Kopaonik, Tara, Zlatibor, Stara planina welcome their visitors warmheartedly. Villages like Drvengrad, rich in culture and folklore, and the Šargan 8 Railway with its numerous tunnels and bridges over the mountain gorges will impress also the most well-travelled visitor.