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Serbia o ers amazing tourist and cultural aractions

throughout the year. A destination of a thousand treasures,

Serbia is proud of its fortresses, monasteries, historical

monuments, archaeological sites, parks, mountains, river

cruises, wine routes as well as its food, festivals, parties and

much more!

Do you want to party?

• In August, do not miss the most famous brass and gypsy music

festival in the village of Guča, where the dancing will whisk you

away with its infectious rhythm. Miles Davis, one of its many

visitors, was enthralled: “I did not know you could play the

trumpet like that!”

• Eat and drink in good company, accompanied by folk music

on one of the many floating restaurants of the rivers Sava and


• One of the unmissable events is also the famous EXIT festival,

held every July in Novi Sad. It has the flaering title of “Best

Major European Festival”!

Do you prefer the city life?

“The gateway of the Balkans”, Belgrade is a festive city with an

eclectic culture. From its imposing fortress in the Kalemegdan

Park there is a magnificent view of the where the Sava and

Danube rivers meet. In the evening, do not miss dinner in the

Skadarlija quarter, the “Montmartre of Belgrade”. When you add

the sunset it becomes one of the most wonderful places in the


Do you love nature?

If you want to go horse-riding through the wide, picturesque

plains of Vojvodina, or conquer the highest mountains of

Kopaonik; if you want to go cycling in the green mountains

of Šumadija, or take it to the next level by mountain biking

along the trails of Tara and raing on the river Ibar; if you want

to explore the depths of the caves of Zlatar or even go deer

hunting or fishing - then Serbia is the place for you!

Belgrade is “New York on a budget”. Momo Kapor, writer

“...People who can sit at a table for hours just chaing, singing songs and still have a lot to say. My stay in Belgrade has healed my soul...” Erskine Caldwell, writer