Crossed by many rivers Serbia nowadays gives an impression of a mosaic of unique natural landscapes. Western Serbia with the national park Tara and its canyons and lakes, most visited mountain Zlatibor, monastery heritage of the “Lilac Valley”, river Drina and cinematic ethnic village Drvengrad is one of the most beautiful parts of the country. Eastern Serbia can compete in beauty and lets you enjoy Đerdap gorge, the most marvellous part of Danube’s flow. Southern Serbia is proud of Devil’s Town, unique natural phenomenon nominated to be new Wonder of the World. Northern Vojvodina region differs with its natural reserves, various fauna and wine terraces that reflect in waters of Sava, Tisa and Danube.
Dynamic history of Serbia gives an opportunity to observe at one place chronicles of Central and Southern Europe. Being for centuries official border of Ottoman and Hapsburg Empires, Islamic and Сhristian religions, different customs and traditions, the country nowadays represents a perfect mix of all three cultures. Kalemegdan Fortress, Bajrakli mosque, Petrovaradin and Gardoš quarts are just several sights that tell the story of that era. Roman monuments of Viminacium and Felix Romuliana, Byzantine Justiniana Prima and communistic edifices and colossal architecture of the second part of the 20th century are the reason why Serbia is said to be a history textbook of this part of Europe.
One of the greatest reasons why tourists visit Serbia is gorgeous gastronomic offer. National cuisine of Serbia is diverse, same as country’s history. Under influence of different cultures that ruled here, Serbian cuisine was born standing out for authentic dishes that can’t be found in other European countries, along with traces of Turkish, Austrian, Russian and Greek cuisines. Sarma, ćevapčići, kajmak, ajvar, čvarci – untranslatable delicacies that are mostly ordered in restaurants. Along with authentic Serbian cuisine Belgrade is characterized by wide offer of international restaurants of different types, the biggest part of which is located in the very centre of the capital, pebble-stone Skadarlija and on the banks of Belgrade’s rivers with fantastic views and crowded summer terraces.
Night life is definitely something can’t be missed in Serbia, especially in Belgrade and Novi Sad. As the night life capital of entire Balkan, Belgrade in other countries is famous as the “Party city”. It attracts thousands of visitors every weekend. Restaurants with DJs, floating clubs or splavs, kafanas with authentic Serbian tamburica music and Gypsy orchestras are one of the reasons why so many tourists go to Serbia for bachelor parties, anniversaries, celebrations and team-buildings. Night life offer of Serbia is fulfilled with highly visited festivals EXIT, Guča, Belgrade Beer Fest and Love Fest.