Serbia completely surprised me. The landscape, the nature and its people will definitely let me come back and explore more. My favorite spot was the Danube river. Such a stunning scenery!
I've been to Serbia twice and hope to visit again; lots to do ranging from outdoor experiences to urban adventures and a big fan of the food and friendly people I've met on my travels.
A land of varied landscapes, it is Serbia’s natural treasures untouched by controversy that give it a new lease of life, as well as hope for the local people to show off a beautiful side to the country that we rarely, if at all, hear about.
Serbia has so much to offer! When I came first time to Serbia I was amazed by unspoiled nature, local hospitality or really delicious food. Although I travel a lot I have never felt this kind of authenticity in other country.
I have no doubt that Serbia will become very popular soon. I would say it is the best-kept European secret. Not many people know about Serbia’s beauty but those who visited this country once, they will come back again. I am good example.
Serbia is one of the most authentic countries I have ever seen! All the awe-inspiring landscapes mixed together with rich history, amazing food and incredibly hospitable people makes it a destination that should not be missed by anyone looking for a deep travel experience. Come to spend summer in Serbia and get ready to surprise yourself and fall in love!
Last summer I decided to explore this hidden side of Serbia that is rarely visited by tourists. I went with little or no expectation and came away surprised and enriched by a rich range of experiences. It will completely change your opinion and make you visit this beautiful country again!
This city will live forever! What else can you say about a place that was torn down more than 40 times in its long history and yet, still proudly shines in all its beauty! Welcome to the capital of cheerful people, smiley faces and modern life!Find out more about Belgrade
Let the beat of the city lead you to its most captivating sites. From old traditional Serbian kafanas to stylish contemporary restaurants and cafes. From modern galleries and events to a diverse array of workshops and exhibitions. This bustling city has it all.
The biggest beer festival in this part of Europe, with more than 500.000 visitors spread over 4 days takes place every year in late August. The Independent newspaper named it as “one of top 20 world events”. And it surely is! Taste the variety of beers and dance to the music of your favorite artist, whether it is Rudimental or Cee Lo Green. And the best thing – the entrance is absolutely FREE! More info here.
No visit to Belgrade is complete without a tour of the fortress and the Kalemegdan Park. You will be walking through stone gates and past ancient walls that still remain intact from centuries ago. A truly awe-inspiring experience. And the view on confluence of rivers Sava and Danube and the city skyline is breathtaking!
It would be difficult to imagine the modern world without the profound influence of Nikola Tesla and his genius inventions. The most important ones are exhibited in the Museum in Belgrade dedicated to Tesla’s work and life, including a massive wireless transmission of power and hand held fluorescent tubes lit from machines.
Definitely one of the most popular places in Belgrade. Apart from ordinary beach activities you will find beautiful sights and tracks for skating, cycling and walking. Watch the lazy sunsets over the lake while drinking coffee in one of the many cafes or having lunch in one of the varied restaurants. If you are more into adrenaline action, then try bungee jumping or water skiing.
And just like Freddy Mercury had his Bohemian Rhapsody, so do we. Welcome to Belgrade’s ‘hedonistic quarter’ filled with traditional restaurants and cafes on cobbled lanes. If you want to see what kafana means to the Serbian people - this is a must. At least it was to Jimi Hendrix, Alfred Hitchcock or King Juan Carlos I of Spain when they visited this district!
Just a short ride from the bustling city of Belgrade, lies a peaceful nature oasis. All covered in green, with nothing to hear except joyful bird song and nothing to feel but a gentle touch of spring breeze. Make a day trip to Avala Mountain and stroll down the paths of lush forests. Find some of 8 mountain springs with refreshing and clean water or visit a monumental complex of Unknown Hero from the WWI. Perhaps the most recognized symbol of Belgrade is the famous Avala Tower. With 205 meters high it stands as a proud guardian of our city. You can visit it daily and moreover, have a coffee, cake or a lunch in the restaurant on the very top, with a spectacular view on the entire Belgrade.
Every white city deserves its white pearl.
And Belgrade certainly has it. Just a 10 minute walk from Slavija square, you will find yourself in front of one of the largest Orthodox Churches in the world. It is built on the place where the Ottomans burned the remains of medieval Prince St. Sava, one who established the Serbian Orthodox Church. With its height of 82 meters, it can be seen from many places in the city. But as they say: the beauty comes from within. Seven meters below the ground there is a magnificent crypt that serves as another church (of Saint Lazar). Don’t miss to visit its breathtaking collection of frescos in mosaic and gold. If you visit this holy place on Orthodox Christmas Eve or Orthodox New Year you will become a part of unique celebration, when Serbs welcome the New Year with traditional customs, fireworks, music and dancing.
They call it – Serbian Athens. For decades Novi Sad has been recognized as a Cultural Capital of our country. And now, this charming city received its medal as European Capital of Culture for 2021. There are 26 national minorities living in Novi Sad. Can you imagine how their lives, cultures and influences have been intertwined for centuries? This is why Novi Sad constantly reminds us our uniqueness is so beautiful that we should celebrate it every day. And Novi Sad does that! With arms wide open, we invite you all. Bring your differences with you and make our city even more beautiful!Find out more about Novi Sad
Award winning festival and the best festival outside UK will take place this year between 4-7 July on Petrovaradin. Come and lose yourself to dance among walls and bastions of this Austro-Hungarian fortress from the XVII century. They have hosted many names such as: the Pet Shop Boys, Duran Duran, Billy Idol, Faith No More, David Guetta, and many more. Check out this year’s line up and start planning your trip right now!
Arguably one of the most beautiful beaches on the Danube. Enjoy sunbathing or cooling down in the river or have a cold drink in the shade of many of the beachside cafes. During the summer you will enjoy a lot of cultural and sporting events and among them daily EXIT parties, or various sports competitions.
There`s no such diverse city in Serbia as Novi Sad. So many nations, languages, cultures, religions, colors…and it is all possible thanks to one thing only – The Youth. Beautiful young people that live, work and study there know how to make this city such a dynamic place with lots of events and workshops happening daily at various places in the town - Petrovaradin fortress, Chinese quarter or old city center. Novi Sad is for sure the place to be in 2019. Learn new skills, make new friendships, create new memories. Be part of this young, creative energy and let the wave inspire you.
They call it – Serbian Athens. For decades Novi Sad has been recognized as a Cultural Capital of our country. And now, this charming city received its medal as European Capital of Culture for 2021. There are 26 national minorities living in Novi Sad. Can you imagine how their lives, cultures and influences have been intertwined for centuries? This is why Novi Sad constantly reminds us our uniqueness is so beautiful that we should celebrate it every day. And Novi Sad does that! With arms wide open, we invite you all. Bring your differences with you and make our city even more beautiful!
The city of two great empires. Visit the old Ottoman fortress or the Roman archeological site Mediana built by Emperor Constantine the Great. Taste the region’s delicious burek or spicy pjeskavica. Our advice - take everything this city has to offer and you won’t regret it!Find out more about Niš
There’s no better way to end your day than to relax listening to some great jazz music. Taking place every August in the Niš fortress is the international Nishville Jazz Festival! The charm of the old Ottoman stronghold blended with Candy Dulfer’s sax or Al Foster Quintet will create a life-time experience and memory!
Luxurious Imperial Residence of the Roman Emperor Constantine The Great. The very one that made Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire and today’s modern world. If you decide to visit this place, be sure you will be impressed by the beauty of 1000m2 of mosaics that are still in excellent condition.
Our famous scientist once said – ‘geography is learnt while walking’. And we couldn’t agree more. Welcome to the homeland of wavy slopes, fragrant meadows and lush forests! And while on the path, help yourself to some wild berries that you will find in abundance enroute.
Bring your friends, set up your gear and start your adventure on pedals. Weather it is the flat north or highland south from Belgrade, you will find beautiful contrasting scenery everywhere. You will love the EUROVELO 6 route through the Iron Gate (Đerdap) where, at this point, the Danube is more than 6.000m wide!
If yоu аre the kind of person who likes to see behind a waterfall, go deep into a cave or travel fast down the cold mountain river - look no further! This is an all in one package for all of you seeking an adrenalin rush.
A huge variety of wildlife thrives in Serbia which makes it one of Europe's greatest biodiversity hotspots. With 42 IBAs and around 360 bird species, this is a hidden gem of Europe for all bird lovers! Rest your eyes on beautiful viewpoints overlooking the impressive Uvac or Zaovine Lake.
Serbia is one of the oldest European countries dating back to the 7th century. During its rich history, Serbian territory was a land of Neolithic settlements, Roman emperors, and medieval rulers. It is also a home to traditional villages and old crafts where one can witness the Serbian way of life passed in to generations through the centuries.
Did you know 16 Roman Emperors were born on the soil of today’s Serbia?! That’s the most after Italy. And their heritage is still present. Join us on an epic journey through ancient times and live like a real Roman for a day or even more. Try Roman clothes, taste their food and discover old recipes or even spend a night in a Roman Villa.
They say hospitality is Serbia’s number one trademark. And we want to show you how this happens in everyday life today. So come with us and visit our villages and discover traditional Serbian life and cuisine for yourself. Yes, kajmak and prosciutto are on the list too!
It doesn't matter if you are a fan of the trumpet or not. Whilst this festival is dedicated to the traditional Serbian instrument as a focal point – it is also about the great Balkan energy, vibe and friendly people. Or Let us cite one visitor from UK: "The festival was like nothing else I have ever experienced! Nice people, very good musicians and most importantly, a lot of fun! I would definitely go again and have recommended it to everyone!"