Welcome to Serbia! You can indulge in the charm of this Balkan country in countless ways: actively, leisurely or by exploring its dramatic and varied landscapes. Here you can feel that particular Balkan passion and European cosmopolitanism. When traveling through Serbia, we are fascinated by the Vojvodina plains in the north, the mysterious world along the Djerdap Gorge, high mountains, lakes and rivers. The country’s natural wealth is enormous, and if you add traditional Serbian hospitality and cuisine and turbulent history, you will never be bored in wandering around Serbia.
Vojvodina is a province in northern Serbia in the Pannonian Plain. Intense fields, nice cities like Subotica, Novi Sad, Sremski Karlovci and Sombor with hospitable locals and excellent gastronomic offer. Novi Sad is the second largest city in Serbia not far from the capital Belgrade and Croatian border. Above the town lies the Petrovaradin Fortress with exceptional views of the city. The city is one of the most popular Serbian destinations because of its charming old town, vivid atmosphere and the summer festival Exit.
When visiting the Serbian capital, we will never be bored, as the city is an unusual mosaic of rich culture, history, a mix of really great hospitality and very friendly people. Former capital of Yugoslavia and today capital of Serbia, Belgrade is a unique place for pleasant socializing and fun along the Sava and Danube Rivers. The old town gives soul to the city with the fortress Kalemegdan and the “bohemian” Skadarlia, which invites to socialize in the evening.
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