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Republic of Serbia Things to Do

  • Kalemegdan

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Belgrade Things to Do

    The Military Museum is located at the Kalemegdan in Belgrade. It was founded in 1878 and consists of – as the name says – military items. There are numerous ancient and modern items; from Roman swords and helmets, Greek helmets and daggers, and Serbian medieval weapons to modern guns, firearms, and soldier's uniforms and equipment. My personal...

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  • Gracanica Monastery

    Pristina Things to Do

    Gracanica is a Serbian enclave outside of Pristina. It is probably the main attraction in the area because of it's famous monastery. The monastery was founded in 1321 by the Serbian king Stefan Milutin. It is one of the most famous monument in Kosovo. After Kosovo war of 1999 the monastery became the national and political center of Serbian people...

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  • Petrovaradin

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Novi Sad Things to Do

    Just crossing the River Danube you will find an impossing fortress, protecting the city. It is called Petrovaradin. Inside there is a church and many buildings. The view of Vojvodina from that fortress is magnificent. Walking there will take you from 10 to 15 minutes.

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  • Skull Tower

    Nis Things to Do

    If there is one thing that might make a person consider visiting Nis it is the Skull Tower. This piece of macabre architecture has been there since the 19th century after an unsuccessful revolt by the Serbs against their Turkish masters. Here, in the heart of the Balkans and not very far from Vienna, the heart of Europe one can witness a monument...

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  • Knez Mihajlova street & Trg Republike

    Belgrade Things to Do

    One of the first brand that came to Serbia after the democratic changes after 2000... Trully affordable and stylish attire for both men and women.. very often good discounts. I liked the interior and the proximity to the main shops around it

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  • Skenderbeg Statue

    Pristina Things to Do

    Skenderbeg (Iskender Bey in Turkish) is the Albanian national hero, a man named Gjergj Kastrioti who was an officer in the Ottoman army in the region in the 15th century. He revolted against the Ottoman Sultan and united all of northern Albania and Kosovo, before the revolt was crushed. Next to the Parliament building is a large statue of...

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  • Centre

    Novi Sad Things to Do

    Synagogue in Novi Sad was built 1909th in complex with the Jewish Community and the Jewish school, designed by architect Lipot Baumhorn (1860-1932). This complex has been faithfully testimony of social efforts, as well as cultural and economic power of the Jewish community in Vojvodina. one of the largest in this part of Europe, the synagogue was...

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  • The Fortress

    4 out of 5 stars

    Nis Things to Do

    Probably the main sight in Nis, is the fortress (Tvrdava). The current fortifications are of Turkish origin and were built in the early 18th century, although the history of a fortress on this site dates back to Roman times. The rampart walls are more than 2 km long and include four gates, with the Istanbul Gate (Stambol kapija) being the best...

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  • Stari Grad

    Belgrade Things to Do

    This is yet another famous building in Belgrade, built in 1932 for cultural purposes. It's in fact the endowment of Ilija Milosavljevic Kolarac (1800-1878), a merchant who formed a trust to help the development of Serbian science and literature. They organize lectures, language courses, concerts and exhibitions here.

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  • Walking

    Pristina Things to Do

    There are a lot of interesting places to see in Pristina. If I were going to do a walking tour, I would start at the UNMIK Mission HQ downtown. From there, I would walk up to the Grand Hotel and take a left on Mother Theresa. - Check out the statue across from the Grand Hotel of the KLA figher. - Look for the statue of Mother Theresa before you...

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  • Liberty Square/Trg Slobode

    Novi Sad Things to Do

    The Liberty Square is the main square in Novi Sad and the gathering place for cultural and political events. It is dominated by two huge buildings facing each other: The Name of Mary Church and the City Hall - and in the centre of the square is a monument to Svetozar Miletic (1826 - 1901). He was an advocate, journalist, author, politician, mayor...

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  • Events and festivals

    Nis Things to Do

    On the third weekend of August, Nis hosts a three-day music festival, which features pupular DJs and bands from the country and abroad. This festival is smaller and less fancy than the "Exit" one, but it has its good points: it is (even) cheaper, and the atmosphere and the people are just fantastic. Come and experience Nis at its very best :)

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  • Danube & Sava river

    Belgrade Things to Do

    After exploring of historical core of Belgrade it is nice to seat on one of bench along Sava promenade and enjoy in view over confluence rivers Sava and Danube. Even more, I recommend you to see Kalemegdan fortress from another perspective. In order to do that you must go to the Hotel Yugoslavia. There you will find some of boats and enjoy in 1-2...

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  • Local Market

    Pristina Things to Do

    One of the best impressions i had is watching people in their normal way ....their features are quite unlike to western european people... they look like a war pass through them.. so expresive faces and the muslim bleak style in their clothes

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  • Danube & bridges

    Novi Sad Things to Do

    Varadin bridge (Serbian Cyrillic: Варадински мост, read: Varadinski most) formerly Marshal Tito bridge (Serbian Cyrillic: Мост Маршала Тита, read: Most Maršala Tita) is bridge...

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  • Mediana

    Nis Things to Do

    Constantine the Great, the ruler of the Roman Empire from 306 to 337, was born in the town of Nis (Nais). He is remembered for recognizing in 313, by "Milan Edict", the Christianity as a state religion. As an emperor, Constantine expressed his gratification to his native town Nis by building a gorgeous residence called "Mediana" in the luxurious...

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  • Skadarlija

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Belgrade Things to Do

    I visited Skadarlija several times. I think is interesting and during day and during night but with different atmosphere. I am budget tourist but I think is good to finish your day in Belgrade with cuisine delicious of local flavor and taste in old restaurants of Bohemian quarter. Refurbishment of today Skadarlija quarter began in 1966. All work...

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  • Zmaj Jovina Street

    Novi Sad Things to Do

    Zmaj Jovina Street extends from the Liberty Square to the Bishop's Palace, and is the main pedestrian shopping street in Novi Sad. It is also one of the oldest streets in the city, and got its present appearance in the second half of the 19th century. The street was once called “Glavna” (Main Street) or “Magazinski Sokak” (Shopping Alley), but is...

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  • Zemun

    Belgrade Things to Do

    It is an old neighbourhood on the Denube. Actually it used to be a town about 100 years ago but it’s already part of the capital. It is known for many small squares. On one of them there is an open green market. The bank of the Danube is turned into Zemunski Kej (Pier), long alley with various entertainment facilities along it, including cafes,...

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  • Parks

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Novi Sad Things to Do

    In the centre of the city is a quiet and tranquil oasis known as Dunavski park. Here there are flower beds, walks, a small lake and statues. The lake had swans and turtles swimming together when I was there.

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  • Slavija & Vracar

    Belgrade Things to Do

    Vračar suburb is interesting place. Name "vračar" come from word "vrač" witch mean medicine man. First written documents of this name date back to 1492. That was in Turkish plan of conquest of Belgrade. St. Sava Temple or the Cathedral of Saint Sava in Belgrade, is an Orthodox church, the largest in the Balkans, and one of the 10...

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  • Fruska Gora

    5 out of 5 stars

    Novi Sad Things to Do

    Fruška gora (Serbian Cyrillic: Фрушка гора) is a mountain in north Syrmia (Serbian Cyrillic: Срем, read: Srem). Most part of it is located within Vojvodina, Serbia, but a smaller part from west is in Croatia. In east-west extends Fruska gora has over a length of 78...

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  • Dorcol

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Belgrade Things to Do

    Dorcol is one of oldest parts of Belgrade. I love that part of town. For the start visit Church of Aleksandar Nevski. This church has interesting history. 1876 Russian come to Serbia to help their orthodox brothers and they bought with them moving church dedicated to Aleksandar Nevski. In 1877 permanent church made of stone was built but only...

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  • Sremski Karlovci

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Novi Sad Things to Do

    This small beekeeping museum, owned by a family called Zivanovic, feature tools and objects used for keeping bees and producing honey, including some impressive looking beehives, as well as photos and records of the history of this cottage industry in this area. Otherwise, there is nothing really special or much to see. In the same compound is the...

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  • Novi Beograd

    Belgrade Things to Do

    Novi Beograd is seat of Novi Beograd municipality. It was build after WWII (from 1948) but today is new city within city. Novi Beograd is part of Belgrade where you can see clash of different architecture stiles. Novi Beograd was known for its residential part in soc-realistic architecture style. Today is modern part of old city and slowly become...

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  • Liman

    Novi Sad Things to Do

    What Novi Sad lacks in, say, large expanses of interesting architecture or captivating museums, it makes up in the production of thought and intellectual culture. Once known as the Serbian Athens, it should be no surprise that the city that is home to the body governing Serbian language and official culture is also home to a fairly large...

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  • Bulevar Revolucije

    Belgrade Things to Do

    The 2 bronze sculptures in front of the Federal Building, officially called 'Igrali se konji vrani' (Black horses are playing), symbolize the victory of a man over evil. The sculptures were designed by our famous sculptor Toma Rosandic and made by Mic'a Jeremic. The figures have been here since 1939.

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  • Danube Street/Dunavska ulica

    Novi Sad Things to Do

    I love parks. During my first visit to Novi Sad I just walking around. On my way I visit nice park. It was Danube park (Serbian Cyrillic: Дунавски парк, read: Dunavski park). This is the oldest and most beautiful park of Novi Sad. Some introduction: park was built on swampy...

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  • Dedinje

    Belgrade Things to Do

    Red Star is the most popular team in town – I have seen figures that say something like 50% Red Star and maybe 30% Partizan. The team has been fairly successful in its time and won a UEFA Champions Cup back in 1991 – a year constantly imprinted on souvenirs and in fans’ minds. You will find the museum to the right of the main doors to the stadium...

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  • Terazije

    Belgrade Things to Do

    Real-life room escape games are a type of physical adventure game in which people are locked in a room with other participants and have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues, and escape the room within a set time limit. Belgrade has a growing hub of these games and new ones pop up every month or so. I've tried a...

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  • Srpskih Vladara

    Belgrade Things to Do

    Once the Officers' Club, built in 1895 with the financial support of King Aleksandar I Obrenovic, this unusual yellow building's been the seat of the Students' Cultural Centre since 1971. Here you can visit different exhibitions or concerts.

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  • Welcome to Belgrade

    Belgrade had very good connection with world by land, air and water that makes them easy accessible. I think that Belgrade is not appealing on first sight due to its unusual mix and somehow grotesque architecture. But under gray look there are very clear spirit and inspiration.Serbian capital is vibrant city attractive for visit whole year around!...

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  • 6 Hour Summer Layover in Belgrade

    SWIMING IN THE SAVADuring the summer many resident of Belgrade take to visiting the city beaches and swimming in the Sava or Danube. Along the Sava river for instance you will find many floating pontoon restaurants/cafes from which you can take a swim in the river (It is clean and refreshing). Waste is not allowed to go in the river. It is a...

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  • Amazing rail journey

    Shargan 8 is railroad linking towns of Uzice & Vardishte . The length is about 30km it is amazing trip in rural SW Serbia.In whole the railroad is build on Mokra Gora and Sargan mountains. Due to its winding nature, has amazing views and the narrow rail is amazing day trip. Hence the name Sargan 8.The railroad started its life in 1921 & was...

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  • Focus on Serbian Religious History

    For most of much of modern history, the lands that many of us grew up calling Yugoslavia has been under domination not definable as "self-rule." This external domination squelched local ethnic cultures and usually resulted in intense devotion to their faith in God. As you travel around Serbia, and other former Yugoslav republics, please make some...

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  • Danube

    Hello there. I do agree with previous suggestions. So if you start with Smederevo, you can continue with Viminacium - Golubac - Lepenski Vir - Golubac(and add Felix Romuliana-near Zajecar). The name of the full day tour is "Discover East Serbia Down the Danube"!Regards

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  • relax at ada lake

    Once and island that has been turned into a peninsula, Ada Ciganlija lies not far from the mouth of the Sava river, only 4km from the city center. Covered by thick deciduous forest, and speckled with clearings and meadows, Ada is now the largest, most beautiful and preferred outing area, beach and leisure spot of the Belgrader.Some authors indicate...

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  • NORTH BACKA DISTRICT

    The North Backa District expands in the north of the Republic. It encompasses the municipalities of: Subotica, Backa Topola and Mali Idjos. It has a population of 205,401. Seat of the District is in the city of Subotica.

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  • Municipality of SOMBOR

    SOMBOR SEE:- The Zgrada Zupanije (The District Seat) from 1805, the most impressive is a building;- The City House 1842 from - "The Tower", the main building of the Turkish fortification, more then 420 years old, the oldest building in Sombor; - The Saint George church, built in baroque-rococo style; - The Historical Archives;- The Town Museum; -...

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  • Municipality of KULA

    KULA SEE: -The Orthodox church of Saint Marko, two centuries old;- The Roman-Catholic church of Saint George. VISIT: - “The Millennium of Christianity Marathon".

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  • Municipality of BAC

    BAC SEE: - The Vodeni Grad (The Water Town), the castle;- The Franciscan Monastery;- The Orthodox monastery Bodjani;- The Turkish bathroom – Hamam.;- The first pharmacy in Vojvodina in the house of Gebauer family. VISIT:- “Plavna” hunter ground;- Provala Lake.

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  • Municipality of BACKI PETROVAC

    BACKI PETROVAC SEE:- The National Museum;- The Orthodox Church in Kulpin from 1813.

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  • Municipality of BECEJ

    BECEJ SEE:- The monumental Orthodox Church from 1858 made in Byzantine style with icons made by Uros Predic;- The Roman-Catholic church from 1830;- The City Hall from 1881 in secession style;- The Endowment of Eufemija Jovic from 1894 in secession style; - The Becej Spa from 1904;- The city square with former Primary School (from 1861), former...

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  • Municipality of VRBAS

    VRBAS SEE:- The Town Museum includes a great number of archeological and ethnographic exhibits, bear witness to the history of this region.- The Cultural Center;- The Museum;- The Orthodox;- The Catholic Church;- The Gimnasium building. VISIT:- TheSavino Selo, the most important and the most equipped hunting ground;- The hunting ground Kucura,...

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  • Municipality of ZABALJ

    ZABALJ SEE:- The Saint Father Nikolaj Temple, built in baroque style, the most beautiful object in Zabalj; - The Homeland Collection. VISIT:- The old wind mill in Curug;- The hunting ground Stara Tisa, very rich with venison and feathery game;- The Jegricka together with the cut meander of the river Tisa, the so-called Mrtva Tisa, maybe the most...

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