Travel highlights Serbia
Belgrade located on the divide between East and West, is the city of youth. In the Old Town, visit Kalemegdan Park and Belgrade Fortress overlooking the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. Nearby landmarks include the Cathedral of St Sava (the largest orthodox church in the world) and Princess Ljubica's Konak, an 1831 Turkish-style residence. Belgraders know all there is to know about good food, wine and music. The streets, walkways, cafes and restaurants are always filled with people.
Djerdap National Park
Djerdap National Park spans 64,000 hectares. Its main attraction is the Djerdap Gorge, a river valley made from four gorges. Other national parks are Sara, Fruska Gora, Kopaonik and Tara.
National park Fruska Gora
This park has a beautiful baroque city Sremski Karlovci, a medieval monastery and wine cellars region. We can organize old Tito blue train to visit this region.
See the Ottoman sights of Nis, Serbia's third largest city in the southeast. Visit the Turkish fortress, the Skull Tower and the remains of the Roman town of Mediana.
Called the 'Serbian Athens', this lovely city on the Danube is a cultural centre with museums, galleries, libraries and theatres.
One of Serbia's most beautiful landmarks, the forested mountains and deep valleys of the Ovčar-Kablar gorge are not be missed. The region also has medieval monasteries, including the Unesco-listed Studenica Monastery.
Sargan Eight Railway
Take a pleasure ride on the Sargan Eight Railway at Mokra Gora, close to the Bosnian border. The hour-long railway journey climbs 300m in just 3.5km!
This is the former royal city by the dynasty Karadorjevic with the Oplenac complex( royal museum, church with mausoleum.