Serbia

What You Need to Know Before You Go

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Serbia offers a vibrant mix of scenic Balkan beauty and colourful culture that’s heavily influenced by its rich Byzantine history. For nature lovers, this landlocked European country offers much. It’s home to 4 national parks where you can find majestic river canyons winding through medieval forests and otherworldly karst landscapes.

Some of the national parks are destinations are thrilling destinations in their own right. Winter can make a wonderland of the landscape here, with Kopaonik National Park being home to Serbia’s largest ski resort. There are plenty of heritage sites to visit within easy reach  of cities like Novi Sad and the capital, Belgrade. With hundreds of festivals held throughout the country each year, ranging from food, music, and cultural events, there is plenty here to keep the repeat visitor coming back for more.

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  • Belgrade

    The dynamic Serbian capital of Belgrade is a city of colourful contrasts, where many magnificent medieval sites still stand to this day. One of the best ways to take in the city’s romantic skylines, with its outline of centuries-old fortresses and towers, is by cruising down the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers.

    A pleasant stroll in Belgrade often means exploring authentic medieval cobblestoned streets and alleyways. Some are lined with antique stores, bookshops, charming galleries, and distinctive museums – including one dedicated to Nikola Tesla. When dusk falls, Belgrade reveals a bubblier side to its charm and character as it also has a well-earned reputation as a city for year-round partying.

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