One of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in Europe and the World, Belgrade offers picturesque riverfronts from the River Sava and River Danube, as well as plenty of culture to explore. The city also offers excellent cuisine and nightlife, with plenty of attractions to keep you busy during the day.
Find out more: https://www.tob.rs/en
Capital of the Northern Province, Novi Sad is home to the award winning music festival - Exit. Novi Sad also has some fantastic local excursions such as Sremski Karlovci, Fruška Gora, Subotica and Sombor.
Find out more: https://novisad.travel/en/
Located in the South West, Zlatibor Mountain is a must visit if your looking for a staycation more geared to exploring nature. Surround yourself with fresh air, beautiful landscapes and traditional architecture. In the evening there are also several world famous restaurants to visit to finish off your day.
Find out more: https://www.westserbia.org/en/location/zlatibor/
If you're looking for something different, Devil's Town is a great place to start. A natural wonder, the town contains several medieval monasteries as well as stone formations that legend says are the remains of a wedding party that were petrified to death.
Find out more: https://www.djavoljavaros.com/?cmbJezik=2
The gorge is actually four gorges, Gornja klisura, Gospođin vir, Veliki and Mali kazan and Sipska klisura, and is in the biggest National Park in Serbia. Also known as the Iron Gate, the gorge spans over 100km and the surrounding area reaches up to 800m above sea level.
Find out more: https://npdjerdap.rs/en/
The Treasures of Eastern Serbia are a must have when either visiting or staycationing in the country. There are local tours you can book which will take you to the treasures such as Manasija monastery, Resava cave, Krupaj springs and Zdrelo Spa.
Find out more: http://www.serbia.com/visit-serbia/natural-beautie...
One of the most beautiful mountains in the region, Tara Mountain is another fantastic option if you want to explore nature on your staycation. Whilst your here you can also visit the nearby ethno village "Drvengrad", a wooden town built by famous director Emir Kusturica.
Find out more: https://www.nptara.rs/en/
Another beautiful gorge to visit is Serbia is Uvac, which has special importance in Serbia as it is also a Special Nature Reserve. A variety of habitats exist, protecting the prescence of eddemic, rare and endangered flora and fauna species that are important for the preservation of bio and geo diversity.
Find out more: http://www.uvaclake.com/
If your in the Northern Province of Serbia, the Fruska Gora is the only mountain, located in Pannonia plain. The area is also home to 16 medieval monasteries and is famous for local wineries. Fruska Gora could easily be added to your trip if you were visiting nearby Belgrade or Novi Sad.
Find out more: https://www.npfruskagora.co.rs/en/about-us/
If you are a keen skier, look no further than Kapaonik Mountain. Also known as the Sunny Mountain, Kopaonik delivers in the summer as well. So whether you're looking to reach heights of 2017m on your skis, or go on a wine tour in the summer - add this to your desination list.
Find out more https://www.kopaonik.rs/kopaonik-mountain-resort/
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