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Zemun – experience old charm of Serbian capital

April 15, 2022

Raised and thus secured against floods, Zemun’s exceptionally accessible natural position on the right bank of the Danube attracted dwelling settlements. Traces of the oldest settlement in Zemun were found at Gardoš, the site of today’s cemetery. This settlement originates from the early Neolith times,  the time of its oldest culture in the Danube region. Zemun was a separate town that was incorporated into Belgrade in 1934. The…

Magellan restaurant – embark on a virtuous gastronomic journey around the world

December 20, 2021

After more than one year of restricted traveling we are ready for some new shores, interesting people but also for new tastes. One of the things that I miss the most from the traveling before the pandemic is that special feeling of tasting all of those different local cuisine. From European gastronomic wonders to spicy Asian food and from mediterranean sea food to the esence of the middle…

Fairy tale season in Belgrade

December 16, 2021

With beautiful illumination, hot mulled drinks and charming markets dotted around the city I have discovered perfect place to be in this magical time of year – vibrant capital of Serbia – Belgrade. Above all Christmas decoration Belgrade is blessed with snow in this year so tourists will have complete fairy tale experience. The city is full of international tourists in this time of the year. Beside New Year…

Mokra Gora – one of the ‘BEST TOURISM VILLAGES’ in 2021

December 3, 2021

The Best Tourism Villages by UNWTO initiative was launched to advance the role of tourism in safeguarding rural villages, along with their landscapes, natural and cultural diversity, and their local values and activities, including local gastronomy. A total of 44 villages from 32 countries across the five world regions were granted the recognition in 2021. All of them stand out for their natural and cultural resources as well as for their innovative…

Manasija Monastery – a jewel of medieval Serbian architecture

July 5, 2021

One of the most important monasteries in Serbia – Manasija monastery lies near Despotovac – in central Serbia, in a peaceful and quiet place, in the picturesque Resava gorge, with Pastorak and Maćija peaks towering above it. With its magnificent temple and strong fortification it has attracted attention of travel writers for centuries. The foundation of the Despot Stefan Lazarević is one the very best realisations of Serbian architecture of…

Jagodina – city of culture and tourism

June 28, 2021

Located in the central part of Serbia, the administrative center of the Pomoravlje region, the city of Jagodina boasts excellent infrastructure, economic potential, cultural events and numerous tourist attractions. The rich tourist offer consists of unique museums, the first Serbian aqua park, zoo, numerous restaurants, wineries, modern shopping centers … But it seems that the most important is the hospitality of its locals, which contributes to every guest…

Your ideal location for discovering the beauties of eastern Serbia

May 13, 2021

Kladovo is the best starting point for disovering of mystic eastern Serbia. Its surroundings are rich in cultural and historical monuments and the natural beauties are one of the best kept secrets of Europe. From the first Geo-park in Serbia, Djerdap National Park, through the first permanent settlement in Europe – Lepenski Vir, all the way to important archeological sites of numerous ancient cultures, eastern Serbia is destination…

Discover the Roman Emperors route in eastern Serbia

December 6, 2020

The Roman Emperors Route have been included in the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe, which aim to demonstrate how the heritages of different cultures contribute to Europe’s shared cultural heritage.The Roman Emperors and Danube Wine Route includes visits to archaeological sites of the ancient Roman period and a tour of the regions where wine has been produced in continuity from the times of classical antiquity to the…

The most beautiful lake in Serbia

October 16, 2020

Lake Perućac is one of the best kept secrets of Europe. It is located in western Serbia and it is a natural gem despite its artificial origin. It was created in 1966 and occupies a natural bend of the Drina river, which encircles the Tara mountain, between towns of Višegrad and Bajina Bašta. Instead of giving you tons of informations about the lake, I have made video clip from the lake cruise…