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Belogradchik Full-day Tour from Sofia
"Belogradchik tour starts at 8.30 am from your hotel or accommodation in Sofia. You are going to cross the Balkan range via the picturesque Petrohan pass. After 3 hours you will reach the beautiful town of Belogradchik. Here you will spend hour and a half as well the old fortress in front. Using your imagination you will see “The Rabbit” “The Cobra” the Twins and many more. You will reach the highest point from where you will see the whole valley and the beautiful rock formations learn about the legends which the people from the region are telling about them.From here you have two options : stop at nice traditional Bulgarian restaurant in the nearby village of Falkovets
From EUR59.00
 
First Ladies of Belogradchik 4x4 Safari Tour - 30 Minutes Route
"Belogradchik Rocks: Now standing all around the town are 'The Schoolgirl' 'The Lion' 'The Bear' 'The Dervish' 'The Horseman' 'The Madonna with the child' 'The Guardian of the valley'
From EUR6.00
 
Belogradchik 4x4 Safari Tour: The Guardian of the Valley - 50 Minutes Route
"Belogradchik Rocks: Now standing all around the town are 'The Schoolgirl' 'The Lion' 'The Bear' 'The Dervish' 'The Horseman' 'The Madonna with the child' 'The Guardian of the valley'
From EUR8.00

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Caffe Pedoni - Niska Banja

During our sidetrip to the spa town of Niska Banja we had a rest in the Caffe Pedoni.The cafe is integrated in the building complex of the Spa Hotel Radon, but has several outdoor terraces facing the...
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Kazandzijsko Sokace - Kafana Kod Martin

Kazandzijsko Sokace is a small part in the city centre of Nis which used to be the home of tinkers and craftsmen. Nowadays it is lined with cafes and restaurants.On our first evening we had dinner at...
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Pekara Brankovic

As our hostel didn't include breakfast we once had a late breakfast in the centrally located branch of the bakery Pekara Brankovic. It is a family run bakery, whose history dates back to 1885....
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Kazandzijsko Sokace - Kafana Kod Rajka

Kod Rajka is another traditional Serbian Kafana, which offers typical local dishes like cevapi, raznjici, and pljeskavica. Side dishes and salad have to be ordered separately. They have indoor and...
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Stara Serbia

Spotted this restaurant on a walk around town. Friendly and helpful staff and a large comfortable outdoor area for warm days. Plenty of local favourites on the menu, and several vegetarian options for...
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Picerija Mamma

Close to our hotel and a excellent choice.Large and tasty pizzas for us, both went for different vegetarian options and both very happy.comfortable outdoor seating on a warm evening, nicely done...
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Nišlijska Mehana

One of the main features of Serbian culture is great attention to food, and wherever you go somewhere be prepared to be stuffed to death!Nišlijska Mehana is a traditional cuisine restaurant in Niš,...
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Sinđelić

A great restaurant in the center, inside the typical Serbian house, with a lovely garden and a very yummy food. It's very near Pobeda street (main street).BTW, Sinđelić was the duke, from...
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Tramvaj

"Tramvaj" (meaning "tram", or "street car"), is one of the oldest cafeterias in Nis. When it was first built, with its interiors resembling that of a tram, it was a major tourist attraction in Nis!...
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Nislijska mehana

Nis, as the whole of south Serbia, is famous for its grilled specialties and good food in general. It boasts with numerous restaurants, and I have chosen this one because of its authentic atmosphere -...
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King Burger

No, I did not misspell "Burger king"- it is a pun, and an intended one, because this "King" uses REAL meat for its burgers :)They are considerably big and come with a variety of salads and dressings...
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Go-Go pizzeria

There are many pizza-places in Nis, but (at least to me) only one qualifies as good, and that is Go-Go pizzeria. Don't be mislead by its weird name, there are no "go-go" dancers in there :) - only...
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"Biser"

Fantastic ambience and service, staff speaks english and they always try to please you at any way. Nice guys ! I eat cevapcici with some bread called "albanska salata". Sopska salad is great, mixed...
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Kej 29 Decembar bb, Nis, 18000, Serbia
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Svetolika Rankovica 51, Nis, 18000, Serbia
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Njegoseva 81 A, Nis, 18000, Serbia
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Patrisa Lumumbe bb, Nis, 18000, Serbia
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Trg Kralja Milana bb, Nis, 18000, Serbia
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Vojislava Ilica 12, Nis, 18000, Serbia
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Top Things to Do in Nis

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The Fortress

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...
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Skull Tower

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...
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Events and festivals

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...
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Nis Market

There is a large market in Nis between the bus station and the fortress. Different sections sell different products. One part is devoted to fruit, vegetables and flowers, another section specializes...
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King Aleksander Monument

The monument to King Aleksander is located in King Aleksander Square. He is depicted sitting on a charging horse. King Aleksander tried to unite Serbs, Croats and Slovenes into a single state. He was...
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Nis Fortress

This fortress is located on the banks of the Nisava River. The current fortress was built by the Ottomans and dates from the eighteenth century. It was built on the site of earlier Roman, Byzantine...
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