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15 Best Places to Visit in Serbia
Serbia has something for everyone, from lively urban attractions, to calm and peaceful towns and villages that dot the magnificent countryside. It is also known for being one of the cheapest destinations in the Balkans, so if you are planning a trip to the region then Serbia is well worth a visit.
Aside from a wealth of cultural and historic relics to enjoy, there is also a swinging cafe and bar scene as well as throbbing nightlife and some of arguably the world’s best music festivals. Whatever you do, don’t be put off by Serbia’s often uncomfortable history. Times have changed, and this is one place not to miss.
Let’s explore the best places to visit in Serbia:
Serbia’s capital Belgrade is located at the intersection between the Danube and the Sava rivers, and is an eclectic, if sometimes arresting, mix of old and new styles, from 19th century buildings to Art Nouveau structures.
There is a little bit of everything in Belgrade, including the dominating Kalemegdan Fortress, located in Kalemegdan Park, the remains of which stand today. The park is also home to the Military Museum that even features the remnants of a US Stealth Bomber for those keen to learn about the military history of the region.
Aside from the fortress there are Orthodox churches, colourful facades, and quaint squares aplenty, but for something more unexpected head over to the island of Ada Cinganlija or ‘Gypsy Island’ in the south of Belgrade to find yourself at something of a self styled beach resort. Here you will find beaches that stretch along the banks of the Sava, and you can enjoy swimming, water sports like waterskiing, and a large area of parkland for those who enjoy checking out the local plant and wildlife.
Tip: Have a look at the Bed ‘n’ Beer Hostel if you’re looking for a place to stay.
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2. Fruška Gora Mountain and National Park
Located in the region of Syrmia, Fruška Gora Mountain is found on the border with neighbouring Croatia, and is affectionately known as the ‘Jewel of Serbia’. The mountain region includes a protected area known as Fruška Gora Park, and is studded with vineyards and wineries that are well worth a visit for grape enthusiasts. Rambling, hiking, climbing and picnicking are all popular pursuits in the region, but perhaps the biggest draw here are the Orthodox monasteries that are scattered all over the countryside, some of which are said to date back to the 12th century and are now protected. The scenery here is spectacular, and many visitors come to enjoy the stunning views and unhurried pace that allows you to explore the region at your leisure.
Serbia is well known for its spa towns, once the retreat of choice of Roman emperors, and none more so than the town of Sokobanja in the east of the country. Locals and celebrities flock here for the thermal waters that are said to have deeply healing properties, and there is a public ‘hamam’ or steam room that dates from the 17th century. As well as the hot springs, visitors also travel to Sokobanja for the crisp air said to be high in negative ions and free from air pollution due to the increased elevation, leading to the phrase ‘climatic spa’ to describe the treatment that breathing in the fresh air provides.
The region of Vinca, located outside of Belgrade, is one of the most important places in the history of Serbia, as it is home to the archaeological site Belo brdo, meaning ‘White Hill’. The area was made famous by the archaeological finds uncovered in Vinca, many made of stone or bone, including statues, ornaments, and drinking vessels, and visitors can tour the site as well as the museum that showcases these examples of Neolithic culture that are said to date from approximately 5,000 to 4,000 BC. Vinca is also known as a stop off point for river cruises along the Danube, and the local docks are famous for the fish restaurants that dot the neighbourhood for those who want to try some of the freshly caught fish on offer.
If you like winter sports and happen to be visiting Serbia during the winter season, from December to April, then come to the Kopaonik mountain range and get ready to hit the slopes, whatever your level of ability or previous experience. There are a whopping twenty four ski lifts that service the area, and categories of slopes of all levels to choose from, as well as skiing and snowboarding available at the Kopaonik Ski Resort. If you happen to be travelling out of ski season, then there is still plenty to enjoy in Kopaonik, as you can partake in mountain climbing, hiking, and bird watching. Also of interest for hikers or ramblers are the wooden buildings that are plentiful in the region and include timbre shrines and churches.
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Rivers, rafting, canyons, fishing, and kayaking
Church of Saint Sava
Monumental Byzantine-revival church
Knez Mihailova Street
Nikola Tesla Museum
Museum devoted to inventor Nikola Tesla
Monasteries, lakes, mountains, wineries, and vineyards
Military Museum, Belgrade
War museum with ancient & modern items
Mausoleum, church, winery, vineyard, and wine
National Museum of Serbia
Grand place for historical art & objects
Small city zoo with lions & tigers
Fruška Gora National Park
Park and monastery
Museum of Yugoslavia
Museum dedicated to Yugoslavian history
15th-century Serbian Orthodox complex
Princess Ljubica's Residence
Royal house museum with 1800s decor
Ethnographic Museum, Belgrade
Museum on history of people & culture
National Theatre in Belgrade
Theatre, ballet, and opera
13th-century monastery with frescoes
Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade
Sleek museum for modern art & sculpture
Cave, monastery, and waterfall
Museum of Vojvodina
Museum of art & history
Museum of Aviation, Belgrade
Aircraft exhibits in a unique building
Enduring fortress built in 535 BCE
Đerdap national park
Park, canyon, river, archaeological site, and nature reserve
Popular plaza with equestrian statue
Monument, park, church, museum, and history
Huge hilltop fort overlooking the Danube
Mountain, canyon, and nature
Beach, lake, bungee jumping, river, and sports
Mountain, monument, mausoleum, and history
Canyon, river, nature reserve, lake, and cave
Iconic monument of the Balkan War
Great War Island
White-tailed eagle, eagle, and kayaking
Bustling park at a landmark fortress
Monastery and church
Recreational area with paved pathways
Castle and history
House of Flowers
Museum and mausoleum
Nikola Pašić Square
St. Mark's Church, Belgrade
Stately Orthodox church with a crypt
St. Michael's Cathedral, Belgrade
Grand cathedral housing key relics
National Park „Kopaonik
Uvac Special Nature Reserve
Nature reserve, cave, nature, vulture, and eagle
Serbian Orthodox Church
Monastery, church, cathedral, christianity, and temple
Fortress church with military history
Serbia Travel - Fruska Gora
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Fruška Gora je, pre svega, pogodna za pešacenja i izlete u prirodu. Najveća pešacka staza koja prolazi kroz brojna sela i na kojoj se nalaze gotovo svi planinarski domovi jeste staza fruškogorskog maratona. Oznake se najčešće nalaze na drveću, u obliku kruga ispunjenog belom bojom u kome je nacrtano crveno srce. Ako se držite ovog znaka, sigurno pre ili kasnije stižete negde. Najpoznatija izletišta su Stražilovo (kod Sremskih Karlovaca), zatim Testera (u blizini sela Čerević), Popovica, Cortanovacka suma, Iriski Venac, Hopovo, Zmajevac, Letenka...
Odmor je moguć u više planinarskih domova koji imaju veoma pristupačne cene, i manjih hotela. Mesto Vrdnik poznato je po banji i izvoru tople mineralne vode, a brojna fruškogorska sela čuvena su po svojim vinima.
Na Fruškoj Gori se nalazi veliki broj kulturno istorijskih spomenika. Najpoznatiji i najvredniji su fruškogorski manastiri, koje je podizala despotska porodica Branković, nastavljajući kult stare i slavne Nemanjićke države. Ova planina je sa mnogobrojnim skirvenim udolinama bila pravo mesto za osnivanje manastira. Na Fruškoj Gori je nekada bilo 35 srpskih pravoslavnih manastira, od kojih je danas sačuvano 16 manastira, od kojih su samo neki iz videa manastir Novo Hopovo, Krusedol, Grgeteg, Velika Remeta...
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Fruska Gora is, above all, suitable for hiking and excursions to nature. The largest pedestrian walkway that passes through many villages and where almost all mountain huts are located is the trail of the Fruska Gora marathon. The most famous excursion sites are Strazilovo (near Sremski Karlovci), then Tester (near the village Cerevic), Popovica, Cortanovac forest , Iriski Venac, Hopovo, Zmajevac, Letenka ...
Vacation is possible in several mountain huts with very affordable prices, and smaller hotels. The town of Vrdnik is famous for its spa and its source of warm mineral water, and numerous Fruska Gora villages are famous for their wines.
There are a large number of cultural and historical monuments on Fruska Gora. The most famous and most valuable are the monasteries of Fruska Gora, which were built by the Despot family Brankovic, continuing the cult of the old and famous Nemanjic state. This mountain, with many corridors, was the place to establish a monastery. At Fruska Gora, there were once 35 Serbian Orthodox monasteries, of which 16 monasteries have been preserved today, some of which are from the video: Novo Hopovo, Krusedol, Grgeteg, Velika Remeta ...
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Beautiful part of Serbia | Fruska Gora | GoPro Hero 5
Hey everyone! This is our second video about beautiful parts of Serbia. This one is about National park Fruska Gora, near Novi Sad city. We went there for hiking with our friends and our black labrador. Also we visited Beli Kamen lake, in Besenovo village.
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Tara National Park - Serbia
Tara National park is located in western Serbia. It is a part of Dinaric Alps and covers an area of 183 km2. Its length is 50 km, and it is 22 km wide, with average height of 1200 m above sea level. This area is inhabited by the largest population of brown bears in Serbia. Due to its climate and isolation Tara preserved ancient species of trees such as Pancic spruce and other almost fossil species of plants. The highest point is Kozji Rid -1591m and the lowest 291m is at the lake Perućac. Vrelo River is the strongest fountain in the national park, which runs into river Drina after 365 meters. Tara is a typical forest area, and for its preservation and diversity of forest ecosystems one of the richest and most valuable forest areas in Europe. In forest sense Tara are covered with mixed forests of European Spruce, Silver Fir and European Beech (over 85 % of forest area) and specificity compared to other mountains of the Balkan Peninsula is the large number of relict and endemic forest species and plant communities. Special value and importance of the Serbian Spruce (Picea omorika), endemic and relict species, which is inhabits canyons and ravines of the middle course of the Drina River managed to survive the last ice age. There are 53 species of mammals. The most interesting are bear (Ursus arctos), and chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra) which lives even on elevation of 291m. There are 135 species of birds. The most interesting are endangered species such are golden eagle (Aquila chryssetos), peregrine falcon and others. There are more than 251 species of mushrooms. Three of them are poisonous. Amanita phalloides is the most dangerous mushroom in Europe. Throughout the park there are numerous archaeological sites and monuments dating from the Neolithic period to modern times. Most important are the Račа Monastery, оne of the most important centers of Serbian medieval literacy, and the necropolis with tombstones in Rastiste and Perucac, which are nominated for UNESCO World Heritage List.
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Travel Guide - Serbia
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Suva Planina Trem 1810m - Hiking Balkans
Suva planina (meaning dry mountain) is one of most spectacular places for trekking and hiking tours in Serbia.
Trem ( meaning - sort of a roof) is the highest peak and this name is taken from its shape (breath-taking cliff over walley)
You can get here by car from Belgrade in a 2.5 hours. Follow the highway signs to Nis, and from Nis head to Niska banja (only few kilomteres from Nis's suburbs). When you get to Niska banja ask anyone for road to Bojanine vode resort. That road curves across small villages, and it is in a very bad condition on some parts.
Unfortunately Suva planina faces lack of hotels, even any sort of accomodation although is located near big town like Nis. You can search for resorts in Niska banja spa. Private accomodation is pretty cheap and you can book a room for 7-10 euros.
Several hiking trails start from Bojanine vode(Waters of Bojana) not only to Trem peak. Except mountain home and a few parking spots there is nothing more here.
Height difference between Bojanine vode and Trem is around 900m. All hiking trails are well marked and estimated time to Trem is 3 hours.
If you travel to Serbia, here you can have several hiking and walking adventures. Clean air, beautifull see sights are some of reasons for your vacation in Serbia.
For any informations and directions do not hestitate to ask me:)
Novi Sad, la capital de Voivodina, Serbia (qué ver en Novi Sad)
Un paseo por la capital de la región de Voivodina: Novi Sad. Sin embargo, a pesar de su nombre (sad) que uno podría pensar en inglés, la ciudad no tiene nada de triste, al contrario, es muy animada, colorida y con habitantes de gran amabilidad.
Conducir en Novi Sad es muy tranquilo, los automovilistas y peatones respetan las reglas de tránsito, así que si quieren ir en auto, no lo duden.
Conozcan Serbia y visiten esta bella ciudad, se llevarán un hermoso recuerdo.
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NOVI SAD - Serbia Travel Guide | Around The World
Novi Sad (Нови Сад) is the second largest city of Serbia, the capital of the autonomous province of Vojvodina and the administrative center of the South Bačka District. It is located in the southern part of the Pannonian Plain, on the border of the Bačka and Srem geographical regions, on the banks of the Danube river, facing the northern slopes of Fruška Gora mountain.
Novi Sad was founded in 1694, when Serb merchants formed a colony across the Danube from the Petrovaradin fortress, a Habsburg strategic military post. In the 18th and 19th centuries, it became an important trading and manufacturing centre, as well as a centre of Serbian culture of that period, earning the nickname of the Serbian Athens. The city was heavily devastated in the 1848 Revolution, but it was subsequently restored. Today, along with the capital city of Belgrade, Novi Sad is the industrial and financial center of the Serbian economy. Novi Sad was named to be one of three 2021 European Capital of Culture cities.
In the 19th century, the city was the capital of Serbian culture, earning the nickname Serbian Athens. In that time, almost every Serbian novelist, poet, jurist, and publicist at the end of 19th century and at the beginning of 20th century had lived or worked in Novi Sad some time of his or her career. Among others, these cultural workers include Vuk Stefanović Karadžić, Mika Antić, Đura Jakšić, etc. Matica srpska, the oldest cultural-scientific institution of Serbia, was moved from Budapest to Novi Sad in 1864, and contains second-largest library in the country (the Library of Matica srpska) with over 3.5 million volumes. The Serbian National Theatre, the oldest professional theatre among the South Slavs, was founded in Novi Sad in 1861.
Today, Novi Sad is the second cultural centre in Serbia (besides Belgrade) and city's officials try to make the city more attractive to numerous cultural events and music concerts. Since 2000, Novi Sad is home to the EXIT festival, one of the biggest music summer festival in Europe. Other important cultural events are Sterijino pozorje theatre festival, Zmaj Children Games, International Novi Sad Literature Festival, Novi Sad Jazz Festival, and many others. Besides Serbian National Theatre, the most prominent theatres are also Novi Sad Theatre, Youth Theatre, and Cultural centre of Novi Sad. Novi Sad Synagogue also houses many cultural events . Other city's cultural institutions include Detachment of the Serbian Academy of Science and Art, Library of Matica Srpska, Novi Sad City Library and Azbukum. City is also home to the Archive of Vojvodina, which collect many documents from Vojvodina dating from 1565.
Novi Sad has several folk song societies, which are known as kulturno-umetničko društvo or KUD. The most well known societies in the city are: KUD Svetozar Marković, AKUD Sonja Marinković, SKUD Željezničar, FA Vila and the oldest SZPD Neven, established in 1892. National minorities expose their own tradition, folklore and songs in Hungarian MKUD Petőfi Sándor, Slovak SKUD Pavel Jozef Šafárik, Ruthenian RKC Novi Sad, and other societies.
The city has several museums and galleries, public and privately owned. The most well known museum in the city is Museum of Vojvodina, founded in 1847, which houses a permanent collection of Serbian culture and a life in Vojvodina through history. Museum of Novi Sad in Petrovaradin Fortress has a permanent collection of history of fortress. Gallery of Matica Srpska is the biggest and most respected gallery in the city, which has two galleries in the city centre. There is also The Gallery of Fine Arts - Gift Collection of Rajko Mamuzić and The Pavle Beljanski Memorial Collection - one of the biggest collections of Serbian art from the 1900s until the 1970s.
The number of tourists visiting Novi Sad each year has steadily risen since 2000. Every year, in the beginning of July, during the annual EXIT music festival, the city is full of young people from all over Europe. In 2008, over 200,000 people visited the festival. Besides EXIT festival, Novi Sad Fair attracts many business people into the city; in May, the city is home to the biggest agricultural show in the region, which 600,000 people visited in 2005. There is also a tourist port near Varadin Bridge in the city centre welcoming various river cruise vessels from across Europe who cruise on Danube river. The most recognized structure in Novi Sad is Petrovaradin Fortress, which dominates the city and with scenic views of the city. Besides the fortress, there is also historic neighborhood of Stari Grad, with many monuments, museums, caffes, restaurants and shops. There is also a National Park of Fruška Gora nearby, approx. 20 km (12 mi) from city centre.