Serbia is located in Southeast Europe and is a country known for the quality of its Rakija (Brandy). The dynamic capital city of Belgrade is a mish-mash of grand architecture, stylish stores, green spaces, and arresting style of old and new buildings on the outskirts of the city. Kalemegdan fortress located in Kalemegdan Park is the top of must-visit places to see of the city. The famous fortress is the capital’s most romantic spot, enveloping the finest park in the city and hiding museums and monuments within it. 

 

Top attractions of the city are the Zeleni Venac market, Tito’s Mausoleum, Nikola Tesla Museum and the Sava Temple. Subotica is the city's best place to visit especially for Catholics. It is full of art nouveau buildings, from palaces to churches to synagogues. The town’s City Hall is the best example of the Art Nouveau structure in the country. Food bloggers can try Hungarian food and eat Lángos in the town square. Novi Sad is the prettiest of all the cities and is the second-largest city in this country. It’s a more relaxed city where tourists can take a free walking tour, visit Fruška Gora National Park, admire colorful buildings and visit the monasteries surrounding Novi Sad. Sremski Karlovci is the best place for wine tourism with impressive vineyards and exotic wineries besides other attractions like Four Lions Fountain, Branko’s town, and Vojvodina. 

 

The climate of Serbia can be considered to be between a continental climate in the north with fairly cold and dry winters and warm, humid summers. The climatic condition in the south is more of mediterranean climate that is hot, dry summers with cool and rainy winters.

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Belgrade - Tour
Belgrade
₹ 48,768
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Belgrade
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Belgrade, steeped in a rich tapestry of history, prominently displays its heritage throughout the city, notably in the ancient Belgrade Fortress. However, beyond its historical landmarks, Belgrade boasts a plethora of cultural attractions and hosts a diverse range of events that attract visitors from across Europe. As one of Europe’s oldest cities, positioned at the intersection of the East and West, Serbia's capital embodies a captivating blend of cultures, influences, and styles, exuding a mysterious and exotic ambiance. European in essence yet infused with oriental influences, Belgrade offers an ideal destination for a weekend getaway. Visitors to Belgrade can immerse themselves in a wealth of intriguing sights and attractions, marvel at splendid architecture, experience the city's vibrant nightlife, indulge in great and affordable shopping, and partake in a thriving cultural scene. Whether exploring its historical landmarks or embracing its modern charm, Belgrade promises an unforgettable experience for travelers seeking a blend of history, culture, and excitement. read more read less
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Novi Sad - Tour
Novi Sad
₹ 52,199
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Novi Sad
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For three centuries now, spanning its existence under the names of Novi Sad / Újvidék / Neusatz, the city has served as a melting pot of diverse and rich cultural heritage, shaped by the numerous nations residing within its borders. The material and intangible cultural legacy crafted over centuries forms the bedrock of an interactive network of scholarly and cultural institutions, transforming Novi Sad into a vibrant hub where cultures and identities converge. The urban core of Novi Sad boasts a captivating blend of architectural styles, including baroque, neo-renaissance, classicistic, and Bauhaus buildings, alongside a myriad of religious structures. Each visitor has the liberty to craft their own unique experience, guided by their internal appreciation for beauty, attractiveness, and affordability, as they delve into the various layers of Novi Sad's past and present. Situated on the Danube River, Novi Sad embodies a city steeped in European history and tradition, while also exuding the warmth of Balkan hospitality—a unique experience waiting to be discovered by all who seek it. read more read less
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