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Belgrade Downtown Walk

Belgrade is much more than just a Serbian capital, it can be considered regional’s capital as different nations originating from the Balkans have left their traces in one of the oldest cities in Europe. As a border stronghold, Belgrade has witnessed extremely violent clashes between Ancient Romans and Celts, Byzantines and Hungarians, Serbs and Turks, Turks and Austrians…, just to name a …

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Belgrade Cruise

Singidunum and Taurunum, frequently used by conflicting armies, on the opposite sides of Sava and Danube confluence are now joined into one cosmopolitan Belgrade that has been inhabited since Ancient times. Easy access to rivers made this part of Europe commercial hub that charted trading course Belgrade would eventually take. Further information is available on: http://wonderfulserbia.com/destination/sightseeing/cruises/belgrade-cruises/

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Subotica Excursion

On the far north of Serbia and wright by the Hungarian border, picturesque little Subotica still shines as a true Art Nouveau architectural gem. With a large Hungarian population, Subotica can be considered perfect insight into magnificent Hungarian culture while nearby Palic resort is still the most popular getaway in the region that has attracted spa culture lovers since late 19th century. Further information is available on the following link: http://wonderfulserbia.com/destination/sightseeing/around-serbia/one-day-excursions/subotica/.

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Best Western M Hotel -Belgrade

Best Western M Hotel Belgrade is the first hotel in Belgrade with the Congress Hotel Certificate, ideal for business guests, athletes and tourists. Located in one of the most beautiful parts of Belgrade, surrounded by green park “Banjica forest”,  it is only 20 minutes away from the Nikola Tesla International Airport and five minutes from downtown Belgrade. Further information is available on the following link: http://wonderfulserbia.com/destination/accommodation/accommodation-in-belgrade/best-western-m-hotel-belgrade/

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Zemun Walk

Across the river Sava, wright by the Danube, picturesque little Zemun has settled since ancient times. Its strategic position was determined by the vicinity of Belgrade fortress while it was used as military base from which attacks on Belgrade were waged throughout history. Despite suffering several destructions, XIX century atmosphere can still be felt in Zemun when it served as …

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DAVIS CUP – Serbia Vs Great Britain

From July, 15th until July 17th, Serbia’s capital, Belgrade will host Davis Cup quarterfinal’s match between Serbia and Great Britain. Number 1 (Novak Djokovic) and number 2 (Andy Murray) ATP ranked players have announced that they would take part in this great tennis event. Especially for this occasion, old Tasmajdan Stadium in beautiful Tasmajdan Park in downtown Belgrade, that hosted last Davis Cup match in 1956, will be …

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Alpine excursion from Belgrade

Bellow snow covered Alps and next to the Adriatic Sea ,three major European ethnic groups have lived one next to another for centuries. Because of cultural diversity created by Slavic spirit, Latin creativity and German precision in the land of geographical contrasts, Slovenia can be considered as the major cultural intersection within European continent. Further information is available on following link: http://wonderfulserbia.com/destination/sightseeing/region/slovenia/

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Western Serbia

Drina River valley has been natural road southwards ever since caravans used to connect Belgrade and Dubrovnik. Later on, narrow gauge railway replaced caravans and eventually, Dubrovnik ceased to exist as the major port on the Adriatic Sea. Famous Cira railway now services only tourists, on picturesque Sargan Mountain making the famous “Sargan 8”. It served as inspiration to Emir Kusturica …

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Moravian Serbia

After the last Nemanjic ruler Emperor Uros the Weak died, Prince Lazar from town of Krusevac emerged as the most powerful Serbian leader. He died heroically in famous Kosovo battle in 1389 while leading Serbian army. His son Despot Stefan Lazarevic took over and created conditions in which medieval Serbia known as Moravian Serbia continued to function as late as 1459 when town …

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Oplenac

According to a legend Sumadija (Land of Forests) was named after endless forests that used to grow in this part of the country. Freedom fighters and national heroes preferred forested landscape for their guerrilla campaigns against invaders and that’s how Sumadija became more than just a center of rebellious Serbia. It became “Hart of Serbia” that still cherishes old way of life.  Furrther …

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