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  • Belgrade

    Sitting on the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers, Serbia's capital Belgrade is considered to be the one of the world's wildest party destinations. At night, visit the city's numerous parties and floating clubs. During the day, explore the world's largest Orthodox Church, the Temple of St. Sava; the Nikola Tesla museum and the Kalemegdan Fortress.

  • Novi Sad

    Serbia's second largest city, Novi Sad is not just famous for hosting the country's largest music festival, the EXIT festival; it is also renowned for its idyllic countryside and historical buildings. Often referred to as the “Serbian Athens”, the city is home to the formidable Petrovaradin Fortress, and is a cultural centre filled with museums, galleries, libraries and theatres.

  • Niš

    Located in the South East, Niš is the perfect city to learn about Serbia's chaotic history. The city boasts of plenty of historic building from the Ottoman era, including a fortress and the gruesome Skull Tower. The remains of the Roman town of Mediana also lie within walking distance.

  • Zlatibor

    Romantic Alps, sparkling brooks, luscious pine forests and quaint cottages are only some of the views that entice travellers to Zlatibor. Be it spring or winter, Zlatibor has a lot to offer the adventure seeker. Start the day with para-gliding or skiing (depending on the season), and then relax by strolling through the streets of idyllic villages, such as Mokra Gora.

  • Subotica

    Rich in Hungarian influence, the tiny town of Subotica definitely requires a halt or two, to simply take in the intricate art nouveau architecture. At the city, do not forget to revel in the exquisite stained-glass windows and elaborate décor of the Town Hall. While you're here, marvel at the former glory of the city's first art nouveau building, the now abandoned, synagogue.

  • Party at the EXIT Festival in Novi Sad

    Awarded as the “Best European Festival” by the UK Festival Awards in 2007, the Exit Festival is one of the world's largest music festivals that is held at the Petrovaradin Fortress of Novi Sad. Some of the artists that have performed at the festival in the past include the Pet Shop Boys, Massive Attack, Snoop Dogg, Lily Allen and Placebo.

  • Ski at Kopaonik

    The beautiful Kopaonik mountain range of the Alps is famous for its highest peak is Pančić, which stands at 2,017 meters. This is the most preferred destination for skiing, snowboarding and trekking. The ski resort has around 25 ski lifts and is also known for its rich historical heritage. Every March, Kopaonik hosts an annual Big Snow Festival.

  • Hike through the Fruska Gora region

    Addicted to nature? Love hiking? The Fruska Gora National Park is the place for you. Hike through the beautiful hills of Fruska Gora and follow woodland trails to discover half-hidden monasteries, the historic city of Sremski Karlovci or take in the views of cascading Danube River.

  • Ride the Sargan Eight Railway

    Hop on to the Sargan 8 Railway at Mokra Gora, and take an hour-long pleasure ride that winds through pretty green hills, dark tunnels and scenic villages. Once an important part of a narrow-gauge railway linking Belgrade with Sarajevo and Dubrovnik, the railway was shut down in the 1970s and is now used as a tourist attraction.

  • Dine out in Skadarlija

    Looking for authentic Serbian cuisine? Head over to Skadarlija, Belgrade's 19th-century bohemian quarter that boasts of restaurants that serve typical Serbian cuisine, especially cevapi, grilled minced meat. Do choose to sit outside in the pleasant weather and allow to be serenaded to while you enjoy dinner.

  • Classic Tours

    Authentic and down-to-earth!

    Our Classic tours offer small-group (up to 12 travellers per departure) travel experiences for the culture-hungry. Each tour delivers an excellent balance of must-see travel highlights, spontaneous situations, insider access and under-the-radar encounters with local people and their culture. Each group is accompanied by a Chief Experience Offer (CEO) with the promise of character-rich accommodation, local transportation and authentic, regional cuisine.

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