Cities and Municipalities

Valjevo

Valjevo

Valjevo is a city in western Serbia and sits along the River Kolubara. The city is located about 100 kilometers from Belgrade and lies in very close proximity to important traffic arteries such as the Ibar Highway. The Belgrade Bar Railway also passes through Valjevo, connecting Belgrade with the Adriatic Sea and Montenegro. In Petnica, [...]

Kraljevo

Kraljevo

Sitting beside the River Ibar, you will find the city of Kraljevo. Kraljevo is located in an upland valley and lies between the Kotlenik mountains on its northern side and Stolovi on the southern side. The city is well known for the 5.4 magnitude earthquake that struck in 2010. The earthquake damaged many of the [...]

Sport

Sport

Sport

Sports are important activities throughout Serbia. Gymnastics has a long history in the nation, dating back to the early 19th century and there are a host of other sports that are enjoyed including hunting and fishing, volleyball, football, basketball, martial arts, water polo, tennis and others. There have been a number of notable sports players [...]

History

Niš

Niš

Nis is the third largest city in all of Serbia and the largest in the southern region. Nis is also one of the oldest cities on the European continent and has always been considered as a gateway standing between the Eastern and Western regions of the country. After an invasion by the Balkans in 279 [...]

Novi Sad

Novi Sad

Novi Sad is Serbia’s second largest city and lies on the Danube River bank along the Danube-Tisa-Danube Canal. The city faces the northern region of the Fruska Gora Mountains on the southern area of the Pannonian Plain. The city has a relatively short official history although many historians believe that settlers have inhabited the area [...]

Things to do

Festival of Street Musicians

Festival of Street Musicians

In Novi Sad every September, one of the most diverse events takes place. The Festival of Street Musicians is a tradition every year and spans five days where visitors get the chance to see a number of different cultures come together. The Festival is non-competitive and gathers street art performers along with musicians for a [...]

Exit Festival

Exit Festival

The Exit Festival, also known as the State of Exit, is a yearly event that takes place in Novi Sad. The festival began in 2000 and was founded by three students from Novi Sad. It began as a protest by students against the Serbian government and has since developed into a widely anticipated and visited [...]

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Belgrade

Belgrade

| October 4, 2012

Belgrade is one of Europe’s oldest cities and is located at the very point where the Danube and Sava Rivers meet. Settled more than 7000 years ago, this diverse city has one of the most turbulent histories on the continent and lies in a very coveted position between the East and West that has been [...]

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