Serbia Tours

Serbia is a country where every visitor can find something that attracts, inspires or soothes. It is good to indulge in the charm of that Balkan country. Here you can feel that unique Balkan passion and European cosmopolitanism. On our journey through Serbia, we are fascinated by the ducal plains in the north, the mysterious world along the Đerdap gorge, high mountains, lakes and rivers. The natural wealth of the country is immeasurable. We will never be bored when wandering around Serbia.

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Cozy outdoor restaurant in Belgrade city center in summer, Serbia
BelgradeBelgrade, Serbia's capital, promises a rich cultural mosaic. The city blends history with delightful dining and friendly locals. Explore the old city near the Sava and Danube rivers, including the Kalemegdan fortress and "bohemian" Skadarlija. Notably, New Year's Eve here is a major attraction.
Freedom square and catholic cathedral in Novi Sad view, Vojvodina region of Serbia
Novi SadThe second-largest city in Serbia is well known for Petrovaradin Fortress, which reigns over the town with exceptional views, including an observatory and a planetarium. In the vicinity of Novi Sad, you visit Sremski Karlovci with its wine cellars or wander around Fruška Gora and visit its famous monasteries.
Novi Sad
Topola Oplenac , Serbia, Interior of orthodox St George's Church at Oplenac
TopolaOn the way through Serbia, visiting the Sumadija region and stopping at Topola is worth visiting. Here you find a beautiful mausoleum of the Serbian/Yugoslav royal house of Karadjordjevic. Sumadija is becoming increasingly established as a wine-growing region with excellent local wines.
Studenica christian orthodox monastery from air. Serbia
Studenica - Serbian orthodox monasteryVisit one of the most famous monasteries built in the middle ages, which testify to the rich history of the Serbian Empire and state. A well-preserved oval defensive wall with towers, treasures, and beautiful fresco paintings surrounds Studenica Monastery.
Studenica - Serbian orthodox monastery
Blue fountain near the town hall in Subotica town Serbia
SuboticaLocated near the Hungarian border, Subotica is northern Serbia's gem. Known for its preserved Art Nouveau centre, its town hall, with a 76-meter tower, is iconic. The nearby Lake Palic is a favoured local spot.
Beautiful hiking trail in the mountain forest with a hiking mark
Fruska GoraA spectacular national park in Serbia's northern region, Fruška Gora, offers beautiful landscapes and rich cultural heritage. Home to several medieval Orthodox monasteries and scenic vineyards, it's an ideal destination for nature, history, and wine enthusiasts.
Fruska Gora

Travel tips for Serbia &FAQs

Serbia offers attractive experiences throughout the year. The warm months between April and October are most popular for city tours and nature trips. The spring and fall are perfect for exploring national parks and cities, offering a comfortable climate and fewer tourists. Winter, meanwhile, adds a special charm to the historic towns and offers winter sports opportunities in the mountain areas like Kopaonik.

Serbia offers a palette of unforgettable outdoor adventures Sailing along the Danube, hiking around the mountain tops, bird-watching, recreational fishing, and rafting are all in harmony with beautiful panoramic views. Nature has been generous to Serbia.
  • Stroll along the well-known Knez Mihailova street: Knez Mihailova Street is a lively pedestrian boulevard flanked by historical buildings all the way to the ancient Kalemegdan Citadel. First, taste some traditional Serbian food. Then, visit the famous fortress of Kalemegdan.
  • Cruise tour through Djerdap Gorge: Take a cruise through the gorge, which lies in eastern Serbia and is the longest and deepest gorge in Serbia, where you discover the power of the Danube River. During the cruise, you sail the Iron Gate, visit the Lepenski Vir Archeological site and Ram Fortress and stop at the
  • Take a Museum Train - Sarganska Osmica: A unique experience is a ride on the museum train along the Sarganska Osmica, one of the most attractive tourist railway lines. It is a part of the former line Belgrade-Višegrad-Sarajevo-Dubrovnik, which is unique because it is built in the shape of the number eight due to the significant height difference. In the 13.5 km long section, there are 22 tunnels and five bridges and viaducts.
  • Visit the Museum of Yugoslavia: The museum has a very innovative approach to interpreting Yugoslav history and its idea. The integral part is the mausoleum of the former Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito.
  • Visit Skadarlija in the evening: Skadarlija is a neighbourhood located in the old town of Belgrade. It is famous for excellent restaurants with traditional live music.

The length of your stay would depend on your interests, but generally, 7-14 days allow you to explore Serbia's diverse landscapes, historic cities, and cultural heritage. Of course, if you wish to stay longer, there are plenty of hidden gems and less explored paths.

Serbian cuisine is as diverse as its regions, influenced by Mediterranean, Central European, and Ottoman traditions. Some traditional dishes to try include:
  • Ćevapi: Traditional Balkan dish of grilled minced meat, a type of kebab.
  • Pljeskavica: A grilled dish of spiced meat patty mixture of pork, beef and lamb.
  • Sarma: Rolled cabbage leaves stuffed with minced meat and rice.
  • Rakija: The most popular spirit in Serbia, a strong fruit brandy.
  • Serbian wines and fruit brandies: Serbia has a long tradition in winemaking and distilling, especially plum brandy, but also some excellent wines.

Serbia hosts a variety of cultural, music, and food festivals throughout the year. Some of the most popular ones include the Guča Trumpet Festival, the EXIT Music Festival in Novi Sad, and the Belgrade Summer Festival. The Kustendorf Film and Music Festival, held in January in Drvengrad, a traditional village built by famous film director Emir Kusturica, is a unique cultural event.

The official language is Serbian, but English is widely spoken, particularly among younger generations and in tourist areas. Other commonly understood languages include Russian, German, and Hungarian.

Yes, Serbia is generally considered a safe country for tourists. As always, it is advisable to follow standard travel safety precautions, such as protecting personal belongings and avoiding less crowded areas at night.

The currency in Serbia is the Serbian Dinar (RSD). Money can be exchanged at banks, post offices, and exchange offices, as well as via numerous ATMs widely available across the country. Credit and debit cards are extensively accepted in most hotels, restaurants, and shops. However, check with your bank about any foreign transaction fees that may apply when using your card abroad. It's always a good idea to have some cash on hand for smaller establishments or local markets that may not accept cards.

Tipping in Serbia is not obligatory but is appreciated for good service. It's common to leave up to 10% of the bill in restaurants. For services like taxis or tour guides, rounding up to the nearest whole number is customary.

Serbia is not a part of the Schengen area, so visitors from many countries, including the USA, Canada, and Australia, do not need a visa for tourist visits of up to 90 days. However, checking current visa requirements before planning your trip is best.

Serbia operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz. It uses Type C and Type F power sockets. You'll need an adapter if your device uses a different plug type.

Internet access is widely available in Serbia. Most hotels, restaurants, and cafes offer free Wi-Fi. Mobile data coverage is good throughout the country, with 4G widely available.

Serbia is not part of the EU's "Roam like at home" system, so EU residents will likely face roaming charges. If you're visiting outside the EU, check with your service provider about roaming charges.

Serbia has a good standard of healthcare. However, it's advisable to have travel insurance that covers healthcare. Checking with your health insurance provider about coverage before travelling is always a good idea. EU residents should check the current status of healthcare agreements with Serbia before their trip.

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