Situated on the crossroads of eastern and central Europe, Serbia is truly a land of incredible natural beauties from fascinating canyons, awe-inspiring mountains to breath-taking landscapes. Northern part with one of the biggest fortresses in Europe, western part with nature’s masterpiece – Uvac Lake, central part with incredible vineyards and south part with one of the most attractive natural phenomena within the Balkans called Devil’s town makes this country unique place well worth visiting.
Here we will mention some of the places that you might consider while taking a trip to Serbia.
1. Belgrade capital sightseeing – You should not miss Saint Sava Temple, the second largest Orthodox church in Europe, Old and New Palace, Terazije Square, National Theatre, Knez Mihailova Street (the main pedestrian street in the city), Kalemegdan Park and Belgrade Fortress – the number one attraction in the Belgrade with the symbol of the city – Victor monument and Skadarlia – Bohemian part of the city.
Kalemegdan Park & Belgrade Fortress
2. Northern Serbia – Vojvodina Region - Located only 60 miles from Belgrade, Novi Sad is the second largest and most important city in Serbia. No visit to Serbia is full, without a visit to this beautiful city, well-known for its amazing architecture, good food and laid- back atmosphere.
Sremski Karlovci – famous about wine cellars, raisin special type of wine.
Petrovaradin Fortress – also called “Gibraltar of Danube” due to its location and size. It represents one of the best preserved artillery bastions in Europe with more than 16 km of underground ways and tunnels. Famous festival “EXIT” is organized on the fortress every summer, welcoming world’s famous bands and more than 150.000 visitors.
3. Western Serbia – Drina Valley, Mokra Gora Railway station (built in 1925), Drvengrad or Wooden Town – ethno village developed by well-known Emir Kusturica where all the objects including hotel, restaurant, shops, church, cinema etc are made from wood. Zlatibor Mountain – one of the main ski resorts in Serbia. Uvac Nature Reserve – main symbol are Griffon Vultures, relatively rare species of bird of prey whose population in Uvac is the biggest one in Europe.
4. Eastern Serbia – Iron Gate National Park with archaeological sites populated 8000 years ago. You will be amazed by amazingly untouched nature while cruising on river Danube.