Serbia’s capital, Belgrade, located at the junction of two rivers Sava and Danube, is one of the oldest cities in Europe. It has been an important intersection between Eastern and Western Europe, nowadays a colourful mosaic of overlapping civilizations with vibrating cosmopolitan atmosphere.
The international airport in Belgrade operates regular and charter flights from and to all major destinations in Europe.
Serbia offers a variety of hotels – classic, modern design or cozy boutiques, to large business properties in several categories.
Serbian cuisine is a reflection of historical influences in this area, where Oriental and Slavic tastes are dominant. Trying out local dishes is an experience and a highlight for many visitors.
Explore the imposing Fortress of Belgrade, spend some time on the cobbled streets of the bohemian quarter and admire the evening views in one of more then 200 floating bars, clubs and restaurants lining the riverfront. Visit Novi Sad’s small and elegant city center, meet Serbian countryside with ancient monasteries and colourful ethno villages, taste some wine from exclusive family-owned wine cellars, visit of the volcanic wonder of Davolja Varos (Devil’s town)..
Spend high quality time in one of the ethno villages with learning old crafts, trying original recipes or learning the steps of Serbian national dances, or enjoy outdoor activities as rafting, kayaking, canyoning and trekking.