6 reasons to visit Lepenski Vir and Djerdap gorge

The Djerdap gorge is the largest in Europe, and in its vicinity is Lepenski Vir. It is the witness to the oldest culture in the Balkans.

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5 Reasons to visit Stolovi and the Ibar Valley

Ibar, Ribnica and Brezanska river intersected Stolovi. It's the fairytalish valley, which hides the pearls of the Serbian Middle Ages.

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6 reasons to visit Golija and Studenica

It is one of the most forested mountains in our homeland. It was probably named after its enormity, as it occupies twice as much space as Kopaonik.

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Why should you visit Koviljski rit and Krčedinska ada?

“Sorry, big river, we have to cross today…”. We rewrite the verses of the most romantic Pannonian sailor as we cross the bridge at Beška. Of course, we won't swim, it's a dangerous affair, but we will embark on an adventure in the river valleys,

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6 Reasons to Visit Carska Bara

Near Kaštel Ečka there is a swamp. But not any swamp - this is “the emperor’s pond”.

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8 Reasons to become acquainted with Russian heritage in Belgrade

We are hundreds of miles apart. Not much similar, but related for centuries. The depth of interconnection between two nationalities is not easily discernible.

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10 reasons to visit Vršac

It was first mentioned in the historical records in 1427 under the name Podvršan. The names of the city have changed slightly, but the summit has remained until today. It is also called Sterija's town, after the father of Serbian dramatic literature, Jovan Sterija Popović.

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13 reasons to visit Niš

The area of present-day Niš has inhabited thousands of years B.C., according to archaeological excavations. The Celts built this city in the third century A.D. and named it Vilingrad (Fey City) after the Navissos (the Fey River).

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7 reasons to visit Stara Planina

The climate has turned strange. Winter without cold. There is no snow even when it should be snowing. But the good old Balkans are still holding on. The region boasts high-altitude beauties, which are defiantly white for several months of the year.

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10 reasons to visit Kruševac

"Not far from the Rasina River and Jastrebac Tall Mountain…", you will find the most important, capital city. A long time ago. History remembers. We have always been short-sighted. This city is unjustly marginalized, but not resentful. It persistently safeguards its heritage.

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8 reasons to visit Sremski Karlovci

A great Serbian romantic poet was fortunate enough to grow up in the embrace of the forested slopes of Fruška gora and the waters of the mighty Danube. I guess we are too late to grow up, but not to get to know each other.

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8 reasons to visit Rajačke and Rogljevske pimnice (Rajac and Rogljevo Wine Cellars)

The road leads us through Negotin. No one knows whether this city was named after its former residents, Negota and Tina, around whose garden this settlement was built, or whether its name originates from the never-ending competition among Serbs – "I am (better) than you"

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6 reasons to visit the Vlasina river and Caričin grad (the Empress’ town)

It could have been a little late, but alas. It arrived exactly on time, almost as per the calendar. Fickle and cold. It slowly dresses nature in golden, rosy attire. In autumn, smart birds fly south. We don't have wings, but wheels will do.

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11 reasons to visit Zlatar and Mileševa monastery

There is no proof that gold was mined here in ancient times. But every inch of the mountain is worth dozens of golden coins, trust me. Fragrant meadows, lush pastures, clear waters, dense coniferous forests, and beautiful views.

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11 reasons to visit Uvac and Pešter

A canyon that used to be little-known and forgotten has become a treasure that makes you sigh in wonder and that enjoys the attention of the entire planet. It quickly became famous and is maybe Serbia's most recognizable trademark. I present to you the Uvac

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7 reasons to visit Fruška gora and Jazak

Where water flows, life is born. We become keenly aware of the essential need for water on hot summer days, when we crave cold water to drink and clear water to immerse ourselves in.

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10 reasons to visit Srebrno jezero (Silver lake)

It was a little late, but we welcomed it, not overly enthusiastic. Because, apparently, we won't be swimming in any sea this summer. But we wouldn't be the people we are if we didn't have an ace up our sleeve even in these difficult times.

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17 reasons to visit Rtanj i Sokobanja

The sun is still shy, but the call of southeast Serbia is irresistible. After an hour and a half on the highway, we make a turn to a one-lane road and a much more interesting landscape. And here we are, in the Green Heart of Serbia.

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13 reasons to visit Palić and Subotica

At dawn, the cloudy skies threatened with rain, but not enough to sway people with wanderlust. We got in the car decisively and optimistically and headed towards Palić. Palić is the largest natural lake in Serbia.

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On the road with us to Viminacijum

When you walk through a gate that says Viminacium, you travel back in time... You will try to encompass it with only one glance, but it's not possible. You can only guess where it ends, somewhere in the distance.

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On the road with us to Oplenac

When history intertwines with the beauty of nature, it creates an unreal adventure. Join us on a visit to Topola and Oplenac – Karađorđević dynasty endowment.

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On the road with us to Zlatibor

This mountain in the very heart of Serbia is lively all year round owing to its numerous facilities. Here, you can recharge your batteries and enjoy an effective stress-release therapy for which your body will be grateful.

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On the road with us to a farm near Mionica

On a new trip through Serbia, our hosts were Predrag, Dana, and Ivana, owners of the Petrović farming household in the village of Paštrić, on the slopes of Divčibare. They have been working successfully in rural tourism for more than ten years.

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On the road with us to Žiča monastery

When the first-morning ray spills over Stolovi mountain and descends into the valley of Kraljevo, it illuminates one of the largest Serbian sacred places – Žiča monastery, like a sign from heaven. Žiča is called the "Mother of all churches."

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On the road with us to Kopaonik

Kopaonik stands out from other mountains, and not only in Serbia, but also in the wider region, because of its modern ski lifts and well-maintained trails which are groomed every evening. There are 25 ski lifts and two conveyor belts at the ski center.

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On the road with us to Belgrade

If you plan to be in Belgrade at the time of the New Year's frenzy, we recommend that you visit other locations in Belgrade in addition bars and restaurants (and there is plenty of that).

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On the road with us to Sirogojno and Gostilje waterfalls

Sirogojno, a small town that resists the onslaught of bulldozers and concrete, is 25 km from Zlatibor. The first association to Sirogojno are sweaters and other woolen garments that have made this place famous.

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On the road with us to Đavolja varoš (Devil’s town) and Lazarica church

In southern Serbia, about 90km from Niš, there are 202 stone figures that make up Đavolja varoš (Devil's Town), a protected national treasure of Serbia. The figures, being a rare phenomenon, inspired many stories.

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On the road with us to Manasija monastery and Resava cave

Another jewel of Serbian culture is just 140 km from Belgrade. An ideal place to enjoy silence, beauty and art. Check out our impressions from the famous Resava cave, a cave richest in jewelry in this part of Europe.

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On the road with us to Fantast, the most beautiful castle in Vojvodina

We continue our journey through Serbia and, after the Golubac fortress (Golubačka tvrđava), travel to the north of the country in search of a new attractive destination – castle Fantast, the most beautiful castle in Vojvodina.

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On the road with us to Golubac fortress (Golubačka tvrđava)

Golubački grad (Golubac town) is a medieval fortress erected at the very entrance to the Đerdap gorge, a naturally fortified place which easily controls all land and water routes connecting east and west.

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