Explore Serbia

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Serbia is a bewitching country nestled in the heart of the Balkan Peninsula. It is home to beautiful forests, rivers and mountains, making it an ideal destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Bordering countries such as Hungary, Romania, Bosnia, Bulgaria and Croatia also make it convenient to explore multiple nations at once!

The capital city of Belgrade boasts a vibrant mix of cultures and lush greenery, serving as picturesque backdrop to busy streets and lively nightlife. Culture-rich Novi Sad is situated between two rivers, boasting a plethora of colorful festivals throughout the year and plenty of old world architecture. In contrast, many quaint mountain towns are scattered across Serbia, providing a peaceful retreat away from the hustle and bustle of urban life.

A fun fact about Serbia is that it has the second largest population of brown bears in Europe! Seeing one of these majestic animals in their natural habitat is a truly unique experience.

Serbia’s major points of interest include the fascinating Church of Saint Sava, one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world; Ada Ciganlija lake which provides ample opportunities for swimming and sports activities; Fruška Gora National Park with its 16 monasteries built between 15th and 17th century; and Vračar Plateau in Belgrade surrounded by ancient buildings and monuments.

For those looking for something extra special, we recommend heading south to Šargan Eight - a scenic railway line snaking through stunning landscapes in Eastern Serbia. Along with enchanting views, the ride includes tunnels, bridges and guided tours.

In short, Serbia is a captivating destination filled with natural beauty, vibrant culture, fascinating history and plenty of opportunities for adventure.