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Novi Sad – Perfect one day excursion from Belgrade

On the slopes of Fruska Gora Mountain that gently descends into Danube River, stands mighty Petrovaradin fortress. It used to be the most important Austrian stronghold towards the Ottoman threat. Serbs and Jews were forced to inhabit the opposite bank of the Danube River as Austrian officers and soldiers settled in the Lower town of Petrovaradin fortress. Newly built settlement …

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Belgrade -Gate of the Balkans

Trading caravans have connected mainland Balkans with Mediterranean and the rest of the world through Dubrovnik port since early middle ages. Along the route that caravans followed all the way to Belgrade, picturesque towns were erected, combining hints of Slavic spirit, Oriental hedonism and Mediterranean taste. This interesting culturale mixture inspired some of the biggest names of domestic literature and art …

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Silver Star for Beautiful Blue Danube

International Tourism Fair in Berlin (ITB) 2016 held from March, 9th until March, 13th, traditionally hosted tourism film festival, A.K.A. “Golden Citygate”, this year. More than 1500 films from 42 countries took part in the competition. Danube in Serbia -588 Impressions, produced by National Tourism Organization of Serbia won “Silver Star” (2nd prize), according to international jury made of tourism, …

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Pupin Exibition in Historical Museum Belgrade

Interactive exibition dedicated to Mihajlo Pupin’s work in Historical Museum in Belgrade has been on display since the end of last year. Due to large interest shown in it, exhibition is going to be extended until June. Mihajlo Pupin was born in the village of Idvor, Banat region, Vojvodina province. Since his early childhood he was fascinated with natural phenomena such as light, …

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Air Serbia

Air Serbia will start to fly directly to New York (JFK) starting from June 2016 on two leased Airbus A330-200, for the first time after 1980s. First tickets for promotional flight are sold at Belgrade’s Tourism Fair to Serbian Prime Minister Mr.  Aleksandar Vucic and American Ambassador to Serbia Mr. Kyle Randolph Scott. Price range starts with 399€ for the economy and ends at 2499€ …

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Davis Cup

Top-ranked Novak Djokovic who led Serbia to its first ever Davis Cup title in 2010, will once again lead Serbia’s team against Kazakhstan in the first round of the Davis Cup. Serbia will host the matches at Belgrade’s Hala Pionir arena on March 4-6. According to Serbia’s tennis federation, its squad will also include 22nd-ranked Viktor Troicki, Filip Krajinovic and doubles veteran Nenad …

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