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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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SERBIA TOURISM - Historic sites and fun events
Serbia is a country is a republic which lies at the crossroads between Central and Southeastern Europe, bordering Hungary to the north; Romania and Bulgaria to the east; Macedonia to the south; and Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro and west; It also borders with Albania. Serbia's capital, Belgrade, is one of the largest cities in Southeast Europe.
Serbia has a variety of tourism products, mainly focused on the mountains and the country spa, which is mostly visited by domestic tourists, as well as Belgrade preferred choice of foreign tourists. There are many spas in Serbia, the largest of which is Vrnjacka Banja, Soko Banja and Banja Koviljača.
Another Serbia travel offer is a natural wonder like Đavolja Varoš, a Christian pilgrimage to many Orthodox monasteries across the country and sail along the Danube river. There are some popular international festival of music held in Serbia, such as EXIT (with 25 to 30.000 foreign visitors who come from 60 different countries) and the Guca trumpet festival.
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SERBIA - LAND COLOURED WITH LIFE. Travel Promo Video.
When we read a post about '37 reasons why you shouldn't come to Serbia' along with breathtaking pictures our minds blew away. Wow! Is it really Serbia? Is it there so beautifully? We realized that we didn't know about this country too much. And then we got an impulse. We've just decided that we need to visit Serbia to find out if it will impress us as well.
During 14 days we have moved to a different world. The world where primary role was played by the people we met at every step while we were working on our video footage. They gave us a something really precious, deficient product of present - a dose of sincere, genuine emotions. They opened their warm hearts without expecting anything in return. One thing is certain about this country. You can't deny the authenticity of Serbia, and we hope that it will remain so as long as possible.
Project 'Serbia - Land Coloured With Life' is a video completed in using various cinematography techniques. You'll find here motion controlled time lapses, hyper lapses, drone shots. We put in it all hearts, working from dawn to dusk, shedding many droplets of sweat, overcoming the boundaries of our weaknesses, learning at the same patience and humility.
Locations: Golubac, Djerdap National Park, Danube River, Velika Kapija, Krupajsko Vrelo, Davolja Varos, Kopaonik National Park, Kamena Gora, Uvac River, Mokra Gora, Tara National Park, Bajina Bašta, Belgrade and many other small, unexpected stunning places.
Cameras: Canon 7D Mark II, Canon 60D
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10 Serbia - Studenica, Etno Čakmara Raška, Novi Pazar
Monaster Studenica (Манастир Студеница) – Średniowieczny klasztor prawosławny. Jeden z najstarszych zabytków tzw. szkoły raszkańskiej. Ufundowany w końcu XII wieku przez wielkiego żupana Raszki Stefana Nemanię (1166–1196). To największy i najbogatszy serbski klasztor. Na terenie otoczonym murami z konakiem znajdują się trzy cerkwie, w tym Cerkiew Królewska - miejsce wiecznego spoczynku władców z rodu Nemanjićów, z dobrze zachowanymi cennymi freskami z XIV w. W 1183 roku rozpoczęto trwającą do lat 90. budowę pierwszej cerkwi monasteru – pod wezwaniem Zaśnięcia Bogurodzicy. Była to zadužbina Stefana Nemanii, czyli cerkiew, w której po śmierci chciał być pochowany. Cerkiew została wykończona już po śmierci Stefana przez jego synów: Wukana, Stefana i Rastka, kiedy to w latach 1208–1209 wnętrze świątyni ozdobili artyści greccy. W latach 1228–1234 na polecenie króla Stefana Radosława dobudowano do jej fasady zachodniej narteks (przedsionek) w stylu gotyckiej architektury cysterskiej. Studenica stała się nekropolą Nemaniczów. Klasztor prężnie się rozwijał – na przestrzeni kolejnych stuleci wzniesiono cerkiew św. Mikołaja (ok. 1240), cerkiew św. Jana (XIII w.), cerkiew św. Anny i św. Joachima (pocz. XIV w.) oraz cerkiew królewską (1314). Zarówno cerkiew Bożej Bogurodzicy jak i cerkiew królewska zbudowane są z białego marmuru, ich wnętrza zdobią freski w stylu bizantyjskim z XIII i XIV wieku. W 1986 obiekt został wpisany na listę światowego dziedzictwa kulturowego UNESCO
Restauracja Etno-Čakmara Raška - tradycyjna restauracja Čakmara z autentycznie urządzonymi pokojami znajduje się 6 km na północ od Raska, przy głównej drodze Kraljevo-Raska-Novi Pazar, w pięknej dolinie rzeki Ibar, otoczona wspaniałymi szczytami dzikich gór Kopaonik i Golija, Cały obiekt turystyczny restauracji Čakmara z zakwaterowaniem wykonany jest z naturalnych materiałów - drewna i kamienia. Po wejściu do restauracji Čakmara, czuć nostalgię a zgromadzone przedmioty i miła obsługa świadczą o gościnności gospodarzy.
Novi Pazar (Нови Пазар) o orientalnym, tureckim charakterze. Zwiedzanie cerkwi św. Piotra z IX w., najstarszej w Serbii.
Serbian road trip: Lazareva Cave, Canyon, Bor Lake and Spring of Mlava
Beautiful Nature - Stopića pećina – Serbia
Stopićа pećinа se nаlаzi nа severnoistočnoj strаni plаnine Zlаtibor, između selа Rožаnstvа i Trnаve. Pećinа je rečnа pećinа, kroz koju protiče Trnаvski potok. Sаstoji se od tri speleološkа i hidrološkа horizontа: periodično poplаvljeni, rečni horizont i nаjmlаđi horizont pukotinа. Dobilа je ime po zаseoku Stopići, koji pripаdа selu Rožаnstvu. Prve pisаne podаtke o Stopićа pećini, ostаvio je Rаdosаv Vаsović, 1901. godine u Zаpisniku Srpskog geološkog društvа, а prvа speleološkа istrаživаnjа obаvio je nаš veliki istrаživаč i tvorаc nаučne speleologije, Jovаn Cvijić 1909. i 1913. godine.
Stopića cave (Serbian: Стопића пећина, Stopića Pećina) is a limestone cave near Sirogojno, on the slopes of Mount Zlatibor in the Dinaric Alps, in western Serbia.
Die Stopica Höhle befindet sich an der nordöstlichen Seite des Gebirges Zlatibor, und über ihr verläuft die Straße Uzice-Sirogojno. Die Höhle hat eine Oberfläche von etwa acht km2, und an manchen Stellen ist sie bis 50 m hoch. Das ist eine Flusshöhle, und durch sie fließt der Bach Trnavski, der das Mikroklima bedeutend beeinflusst.