Destinations (12)

Sremska Mitrovica

City in Serbia



Sokobanja is a famous spa-town in the Podunavlje region of Serbia



Republic of Serbia capital



Prokletije or (Albanian: Alpet Shqiptare or Bjeshkët e Nemuna), sometimes called the Accursed Mountains are a range in northeastern Albania and northwestern Kosovo.



mountain region situated in the western part of Serbia





Kopaonik National Park

mountain range in Kosovo and Serbia



city in Serbia



city in Serbia


Novi Sad

city in Serbia, capital of the province of Vojvodina



city in Serbia



city in Serbia

Sights (75)

Novi Pazar

city in Serbia



City in Kosovo



City in Serbia


Sremski Karlovci

town and municipality in Serbia



river in Europe



Municipality of Belgrade, Serbia


Vrnjačka Banja

town and municipality in Serbia


National Museum of Serbia

Founded in 1844, has more than 400,000 items on 3 floors. Lower floor is Paleolithic art and artefacts. Italian Art Collection (230 works) including Titian, Caravaggio, Tintoretto, Paolo Veronese, Canaletto, Tiepollo, Carpacio. French Art Collection (250 paintings) includes Renoir (55 works including 22 paintings), Monet, Degas, Signac, Lautrec, Matisse, Goughen, Utrillo, Pissaro, Corot. Dutch and Flemish Art Collection (120 works) include Vincent van Gogh, Rubens, Rembrandt, Van Goyen, and Breughel. Japanese Art Collection has 82 works which include Kunisada, Toyokuni, and Hirosige. Cubist Art Collection includes Picasso, Cézanne, Delaunay, Arhipenko, Mondrian... Yugoslav (Serbian) Art Collection includes Paja Jovanovic, Uros Predic, and Lubarda. Other Art Collections (German, Austrian, Russian) include Durer, Gustav Klimt, Kandinsky, Sisley, Marc Chagall, Modigliani, and Kassat.



town and municipality in Serbia



monastery in Serbia


Bač, Serbia

town and municipality in Serbia



town and municipality in Serbia


Fruška Gora


Visoki Dečani

This medieval Serbian monastery is still guarded by KFOR (NATO forces in Kosovo) and you will be required to surrender your passport to enter. The frescoes in the church are in great condition and the small gift shop sells monastery-made cravings, icons, raki and wine.


Nikola Tesla Museum

Science museum in Krunska , Belgrade


Ada Ciganlija

island in Serbia


Church of Saint Sava

The largest church in Serbia and one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world, under construction since 1935 and still not finished. It's locally known as a temple ("Hram") to distinguish it from the smaller St Sava Church ("Tsrkva") adjacent. The current work is to decorate inside the main dome, so nave and south aisle are closed. You enter via the gloomy north aisle, then go downstairs to the main attraction, the crypt (no lift). This is an extensive, bright and polished area with walls covered with modern iconography, so it feels more like a metro interchange for Orthodox saints than a religious building. Services are held regularly here and in the Church, which you can also visit (till 19:00).




Zasavica (bog)

Special nature reserve, auto camping.



Municipality in Požarevac, Serbia



town and municipality in Serbia



To the southwest, toward the Albanian border the landscape is also dramatic. About an hour's drive from Prizren is the mountain town of Dragash. Although there is no skiing in the mountains surrounding Dragash, the area is beautiful. Friday is market day in Dragash.


St. Michael's Cathedral, Belgrade

Also called St. Archangel Michael's Cathedral, it is near the Belgrade Fortress (Kalemegdan park). Built between 1837 and 1840, with a richly-decorated interior. Across the church is the building of Patriarchy, the seat of Serbian Orthodox Church. Two of the most significant linguists of Serbian history, Vuk Karadžić and Dositej Obradović, are buried in front of the church.


Štark Arena

Indoor arena in Belgrade, Serbia


Our Lady of Ljeviš

The cathedral was badly damaged during the ethnic riots of March 2004, but has largely been repaired since. As of April 2010 however it was not open to the public (there's a sign on the gate to contact the Prizren Police office for entry). There is usually a police officer guarding the cathedral. If you show him your passport and reassure him that you intend no harm, you will get access. Occasionally an Orthodox monk is present who will happily tell you the history of the church. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site


Military Museum, Belgrade

Museum has around 30,000 objects in 12 collections and very impressive photo collection with over 100,000 photographs.



House where the famous prophets from the Tarabic faimly lived.


Patriarchate of Peć (monastery)

The church consists of three domes and comprises three separate churches, with a fourth adjoining on the south side. All were built between the 13th and 14th centuries. The compound also includes modern living quarters for the nuns, ruins of an old monastery and a cemetery. A small gift shop sells souvenirs. The attending nun will be more than happy to offer you samples of the monastery-aged raki (be careful, it's 110 proof!).This is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is guarded by Kosovan police. You'll need to surrender your passport to enter and there is a €2 entrance fee (if the nun sees you).


Mokra Gora

village in Serbia


St. Mark's Church, Belgrade

Built between 1931 and 1940, it is in the Tašmajdan park, next to the main Post office and the National Assembly building. The church is also the final resting place of the famous Tsar Dušan the Mighty. There is a small Russian Orthodox church right next to St. Mark's.




Avala Tower

telecommunication tower outside Belgrade, Serbia



mountain range in Kosovo and Serbia


Church of St. Alexander Nevsky, Belgrade

Its history dates back to the time the Serbian-Turkish war (1876), when under the command of General Mikhail Chernyayev (Михаил Черњајев), Russian volunteers arrived in Serbian aid. Firstly they erected a tent near the church dedicated to St. Aleksandar Nevsky. The old church was built in 1877, but later had a turbulent history. The church has significant relics, frescoes, and in the interior of the plaque, Serbian warriors, the Russian Tsar Nicholas the Second, and King Alexander I Karadjordjevic.


Brezovica, Kosovo

The area around Prizren, particularly to the east and southwest is also scenic. Heading east from town toward the old Yugoslav ski resort of Brezovica takes you through the Zupa Valley. There are numerous restaurants following the river along this route. The ski slopes at Brezovica are open for skiing during the winter. The runs were once considered some of the best in Yugoslavia, and the site was a back-up for the Sarajevo Winter Olympics in 1984.


Ethnographic Museum, Belgrade

Permanent exhibition of Serbian costumes, tools, culture and everyday life in past centuries. Temporary exhibitions covering related topics.



monastery in Serbia



village in Serbia


Exit (festival)

summer music festival in Novi Sad, Serbia


Great War Island

island at the confluence of Sava into Danube


Museum of Yugoslavia

Artifacts from the former Yugoslavia and around the world given to Tito in his years as president. The Old Museum at the back of the complex, near the House of Flowers, is closed for renovation, as of July 2015.


Stari Ras

archaeological site in Serbia



City municipality in Southern and Eastern Serbia, Serbia


National Assembly (Serbia)

legislature of Serbia


Belgrade Synagogue


Museum of Vojvodina

Entry price for foreigners RSD 100, or RSD 200 with an English speaking guide. Vojvodina from Paleolithic up to the 20th century. Also, there's Dinaric Ethnic house "Brvnara" in Bački Jarak (15 km north from Novi Sad).



human settlement


Skull Tower

monument in Nis, Serbia



human settlement


Ružica Church

"Ružica" means little rose, though it's clad in ivy. It dates to the 15th century, was destroyed in the 18th century, rebuilt and again destroyed in World War I by the Central Powers. The present version was created in 1925, embellished by bronze soldiers guards in front of it and the unusual chandeliers made out of bullet shells, swords and bayonets. Adjacent is Sveta Petka (Црква Св. Петке) church and chapel.


Subotica Synagogue

Built in 1902, it is one of the finest surviving pieces of religious architecture in the Art Nouveau style in Europe. It is decorated by stylized tulips, carnations and peacock feathers that are typical of the Hungarian version of the style. With daring and modern architectural solutions, it perfectly harmonizes structure and decoration. Visiting hours: by appointment or from March till October on Saturdays 10AM-2PM.


Hadum Mosque

Hadum Mosque (Xhamia e Hadumit) is one of the very first monuments which marks the history of the town of Gjakova. Built during 1594-95, it represents a cultural, educational and religious center of this area. After sustaining damage during the 1999 Kosovo War, it was reconstructed and is now open not only for religious and educational purposes, but also for touristic and cultural visits. Just 10 minutes on foot away from the center of the city, on the road of the Old Bazaar of Gjakova (also known as the Grand Bazaar of Gjakova) (Albanian: Çarshia e Vjetër e Gjakovës or Çarshia e Madhe e Gjakovës).


Prizren Fortress

It has a wonderful view over the town. The castle dates from Roman era.


Obedska bara


Lepenski Vir


Crveni Krst concentration camp

concentration camp which operated in Serbia from 1941 to 1944


Cathedral Basilica of St. Demetrius, Sremska Mitrovica

Catholic church, minor basilica. Built in 1810.



human settlement


Petrovaradin Fortress

A fortress that no enemy has ever taken, it now hosts the annual Exit Festival within its trenches and walls. The fortress offers the best view over Novi Sad, which is especially beautiful during the sunsets. The clock tower on the fortress is a symbol of Novi Sad, specific for its hands being reversed (the large hand showing hours and small one showing minutes). This dates back to the times when people didn't have their own clocks, and were relying on public ones. The hands were reversed so that the one showing hours (therefore being more important) was easier to see. There is also a museum on the fortress, "Muzej Grada Novog Sada", some restaurants with a great view, and even night clubs.


Niška Banja

City municipality in Southern and Eastern Serbia, Serbia



Mediana is an important archeological site from the late Roman period, located in the eastern suburb of the Serbian city of Niš. It represents a luxurious residence with a highly organised economy. Excavations have revealed a villa with peristyle, thermae, granary and water tower. The residence dates to the reign of Constantine the Great 306 to 337. Although Roman artifacts can be found scattered all over the area of present-day Niš, Mediana represents the best-preserved part of Roman Naissus. In 1979, Mediana was added to the Archaeological Sites of Exceptional Importance list, protected by the Republic of Serbia.


Princess Ljubica's Residence

The residence is now managed by the Museum of Belgrade and is used to display the museum material and painting exhibitions. The permanent exhibition at the Residence consists of original furniture, made in Oriental-Balkan style and other styles of the time (Classicism, Biedermeier, Baroque Revival).


Church of Christ the Saviour, Pristina


Bajrakli Mosque, Belgrade

Serbia's only active mosque in a non-Muslim-majority city is in central Belgrade. It was built in the 16th century, when the Ottoman Empire ruled most of the Balkans.


Novi dvor

The New Palace is next to the Old Royal Palace, on Andrićev venac square. Built between 1911 and 1922 as the residence of King Petar I Karađorđević, today it is the official seat of the President of the Republic of Serbia.



Offers medicative mineral water (25-27oC).


Novi Sad Synagogue

The only synagogue in Novi Sad, it is protected by Republic of Serbia as a historic landmark. Because of its great acoustics, it is used for many concerts and events.


Belgrade Fair



street in Belgrade


Šargan Eight


Uvac Monastery

Built in 12th or 13th century in the Raška architectural school.


Bubanj Memorial Park

war memorial


Museum of Ivo Andrić

Memorial Museum of Ivo Andric, is dedicated to our writer, Nobel laureate.Closed Mondays.


Rakovica Monastery

Dedicated to St. Archangels Michael and Gabriel. Monastery went through a turbulent history. Rakovica Monastery is 11 km from the city center, on a circular route, on which the Rakovička river turns to the Avala. Monastery has important relics, and there are tombs of famous personalities (Vasa Čarapić, Patriarch Dimitrije), and until recently Serbian Patriarch Pavle.



urban neighbourhood in Zemun, Belgrade, Serbia


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What could €20 buy you in Serbia?

10 hours from Topcider [Топчидер] in Serbia [Србија] to Podgorica [Подгорица] in Montenegro [Црна Гора] – passing through 254 tunnels and 435 bridges… we thought we would get bored at some point but we stayed glued to the window and went “wha! whaa!! whaaa!!! whaaaa!!!! whaaaaa!!!!! whaaaaaa!!!!!! WHA! WHAA!! WHAAA!!! WHAAAA!!!! – louder with each

Moving on from the bombed-buildings of Belgrade

Apart from the Nikola Tesla Museum, the only other thing I heard about Belgrade before arriving was the remains of NATO-bombed buildings. Nothing much has been done. A friend of friend Personally, I think a lot has been done. At least, the thought process of keeping them around. These buildings could easily have been torn

Floating on the Danube in Belgrade

In Serbian, Belgrade [Београд] literally means White [Бео] City [град]. It is the capital of Serbia [Србија], located on the confluence of two rivers – Sava [Сава] that flows from Slovenia and Danube that originates from Germany. ArkaBarka – literally Ark Barge in Serbian – was a good change of scenery from our european home

In search of Nikola Tesla in Belgrade

We went straight from the Nikola Tesla Airport to the Nikola Tesla Boulevard with a ride app called Bolt (former Taxify) -it was the most convenient means of transport except during the peak hours in the city. We were dropped on the side of the boulevard as there were no through roads and had to

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Hungary (Hungarian: Magyarország) is an EU member state featuring a gorgeous capital city, Budapest, and the largest lake in Central Europe, Balaton. Hungary offers many diverse destinations: relatively low mountains in the north-west, the Great Plain in the east, lakes and rivers of all sorts, and many beautiful small villages and hidden gems of cities. Top this off with Hungary's great accessibility in the middle of Europe, a vivid culture and economy, and you get a destination absolutely worth visiting if you're in the region.



Romania (Romanian: România) is a country on the western shores of the Black Sea; except for Dobruja, it is north of the Balkan Peninsula. It is a country of great natural beauty and diversity and a rich cultural heritage, including a variety of ethnic, linguistic, and confessional groups. Romania enchants visitors with its scenic mountain landscapes and unspoilt rural areas, but also with its historic cities and busy capital. It has seen significant development and is one of the most recent members of the European Union. Still, it may surprise some of its visitors who are used to western Europe. It has six cultural and one natural UNESCO world heritage sites.



Bulgaria, officially the Republic of Bulgaria (Bulgarian: Република България), is a country in the Balkans, west of the Black Sea. It borders Romania to the north, Serbia to the northwest, North Macedonia to the southwest, Greece to the south, and Turkey to the southeast.


North Macedonia

The Republic of North Macedonia (Macedonian: Северна Македонија, Severna Makedonija; formerly the Republic of Macedonia, also FYROM and FYR Macedonia, Macedonian: Македонија, Makedonija) is a landlocked country in the heart of the Balkans. It is bordered by Serbia and Kosovo to the north, Albania to the west, Bulgaria to the east, and Greece to the south.



Montenegro (Montenegrin: Crna Gora, Црна Гора) is a country in the Balkans, on the Adriatic Sea, home to 680,000 people.


Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian: Bosna i Hercegovina, Босна и Херцеговина, usually shortened to BiH) is a European country located on the Balkan Peninsula. It used to be part of Yugoslavia but gained independence in 1992. It borders Croatia to the north, west and southwest, Serbia to the east and Montenegro to the southeast. Mostly mountainous, it has access to a tiny portion of the Adriatic Sea coastline in the south.



Croatia (Croatian: Hrvatska) is a Mediterranean country that bridges Central Europe and the Balkans. It is on the eastern side of the Adriatic Sea, across from Italy on the western side. Croatia is bordered by Hungary to the north, Slovenia to the northwest, Serbia to the east, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the southeast, and Montenegro to the south.



Albania (Albanian: Shqipëria) is a country in the Balkans with nearly 3 million inhabitants. The country has been part of Ancient Greece, the Roman Empire and the Ottoman Empire until its first declaration of independence in 1912, and is one of few traditionally Muslim nations in Europe.



Kosovo (Albanian: Kosova, Serbian: Kосово и Метохија, Kosovo i Metohija) is a largely mountainous country in South Eastern Europe. Last to go its own way following the break up of former Yugoslavia, it declared independence in February 2008 but Serbia has not recognised it. Kosovo borders Albania from the west, Montenegro from the northwest, North Macedonia from the south, and Serbia to the northeast.

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