One of the last undiscovered tourist destinations in Europe, still unspoiled by mass – tourism. A land full of surprising contrasts that offers a truly warm and hospitable welcome catering for everybody.
Urban experience – Belgrade & Novi Sad
Cities which lie at the crossroads of history and reflect the comings and goings of great civilizations. Today, the modern cities coexist with a strong sense of the past.
Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, Europe’s New Capital of Cool – the city that never sleeps. Legendary for its excellent nightlife – this is one city that really knows how to have a good time.
Novi Sad, the capital of Vojvodina, streching along the banks of the Danube, city also known as the „Serbian Athens“ flourishes in education, history and culture.
Countryside – You don’t want to be one of a crowd, where can you go? Salaši (Farmhouses)!!!
If you want to get away from it all, you can take to countryside and stay in one of the numerous farmhouses – all at your own pace!
Learn how to prepare ajvar (a national food made of pepper), džem (jam), sljivovica (national drink), kulen (a type of Serbian sausage), čokančići (traditional small bottles made especially for tasting of drinks)…
The second longest European waterway brings together East and West as it majestically flows through Serbia.
The Iron Gate is the most spectacular river gorge in Europe and the 2nd largest in the world.
Touring through Serbia, you can enjoy diverse eco-systems, natural landscapes which offer excellent opportunities for the great outdoors: cycling, flying, hiking, hunting, bird watching, fishing, camping, jumping, ballooning, paragliding…
Djavolja Varos (Devil’s Town): Serbia’s candidate for the New 7 Wonders of Nature. The site features over 200 incredible stone formations and two acidic mineral lakes.
History & Heritage
Dramatically shaped by heroic events through the centuries, Serbia has a fascinating heritage just waiting to be discovered.
From Medieval fortresses to numerous Roman cities: Singidunum (ancient Belgrade), Viminacium, Felix Romuliana (emperor’s palace), Mediana which was the birth place of Constantin the Great (16 of 52 Roman emperors were born in Serbia). The famous UNESCO monasteries from the Romanic period are uniquely attractive.
Put on the Roman toga, dig in the archeological field, drink the Roman or monastic wines, have a bite of the Roman bred or monastic cheese, take part in the Medieval game and “While in Rome, Act Like a Roman”!
Festivals & Events
The Serbian people definitely know how to celebrate, well, pretty much everything! Turn up the decibels with passion-fuelled music festivals in a land where music is part of the culture!
What about big music festivals?
You shouldn’t miss “EXIT”, the summer music festival in Novi Sad, the biggest in South-Eastern Europe. Come and see why was it named, in 2007, the Best European Festival by the UK Festival Awards and the European Association of the 40 largest festivals in Europe!
“Guca” – the unique annual trumpet festival in Dragacevo, hosts over 500,000 visitors from all over the world.
What other traditional festivals would be good to catch?
Belgrade and Zrenjanin Beer Fest!
Serbia – Can you afford Not to Go? Now is the time to make that trip to Serbia, the time to make your dreams come true and the time to ask yourself a question. Serbia – Can you afford not to go?
Discover the unique faces of Serbia with us!