Serbia Holidays

Serbia is a small landlocked country situated at the crossroads of central and southeastern Europe. The country is generally mountainous, most notably in the south and east with the Southern Carpathians, Dinaric Alps and the Balkan Mountains dominating the landscape. However, the north and east, are flatter with mostly lowlands and plains. Serbia's ... Read more
history is long and storied, dating back to the Romans around 167 B.C. Tourism in the country mainly focuses on the quaint villages and picturesque mountains in the south which offer visitors the opportunity to ski and hike. However, cities like Belgrade and Novi Sad offer the urban traveler a variety of historical and cultural attractions as well as a variety of options in dining and nightlife.

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  • The Belgrade Fortress
    9.257 reviews
    Sights and Museums, Historic Site, Scenic Lookout, Fort
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  • Temple of Saint Sava
    9.532 reviews
    Sights and Museums, Church, Temple
    Popular withHistorySpiritual
  • Zemun
    9.622 reviews
    Sights and Museums, Neighbourhood
    Popular withHistoryFamilies
  • Nikola Tesla Museum
    9.621 reviews
    Sights and Museums, History Museum
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    Backpackers
  • 8.8
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  • 7.6
    Spiritual Seekers
  • 7.6
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  • 7.5
    Art & Design Lovers

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The crossroads of culture and influence, Serbia lies at a crucial crux in the Balkans. Bordered by the Carpathian mountains and the Danube river, straddling Hungary, Romania, Croatia and Kosovo, its geography has caused it a troubled past.
Serbia also spans civilizations, owing to its history of Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman rule. The exoticism is infused in the delicious mélange of cultures, reflected in Serbia’s cuisine, lifestyle and architecture today. The countryside is bejeweled with ancient monasteries and candlelit churches standing silent sentinel over epochs of war. Watched over by biblical mountains and forests hugging it’s lands, Serbia plays host to a staggering collection of ecclesiastical and natural treasures.
Capital Belgrade is an eclectic under-rated European city. Its best visited in spring and summer, when coffee shops and restaurants overflow in street gaiety. If time permits, stop by the prescribed countryside health spas for total rejuvenation.

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A cloud of war and political turmoil kept many tourists at bay for decades, but with democracy and stability, Serbia has finally begun to shine. From the modern urban hub of Belgrade in the north to the historic villages and alpine backdrop of the south, this country is poised to become one of the next great European destinations.

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It's not the first place that springs mind when backpacking, but more and more backpackers are heading to Serbia. You’ll witness the country’s scars of its turbulent, war-torn past, and also see how its cities have rebuilt themselves into lively, modern destinations. Check out trendy Belgrade for nightclubs and culture – art galleries/theatres – or head to the stunning Danube for a scenic cruise.

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war torn would like to go now

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