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Serbia is a country that is rich in pastoral landscapes. The country is influenced by eastern and western cultures. The Serbians like to sing and dance to the traditional music. There are many Serbian cultural sites that are listed in the World Heritage list including Studenica monastery, and Stari Ras. The latest cultural sites that are added to the World Heritage list are the medieval monuments in Kosovo and Gamzigrad. Serbia has a number of ancient theatres. The Serbian National Theatre offers opera performances. Many large European festivals are celebrated at the Serbian National Theatre.
Serbia is one of the most visited European countries by tourists around the globe. Many tourists visit Serbia to take advantage of the beautiful scenery in the country side. The cities have many entertainment places where you can go. The people in Serbia treat the tourists with hospitality.
The second largest river in Serbia is the Danube River. The Danube River is an important river because it connects to the southeastern area, Rhine-Main Canal and North Sea. If you like cruising, you can go launch a boat in the Danube River and pass through different states in Serbia. The largest cities in Serbia include Belgrade, Novi Sad and Nis.
Serbia has several villages. In the village, there are large patch of fruit and vegetable farms. The villages live a traditional life, where agriculture is important to them. The most abundant fruits in the Serbian villages include raspberry, and grapes. Serbian cuisine features food from the Mediterranean, Austrian, and Hungary. The Sirogojno Ethno Village offers tourists an opportunity to visit the 19th century architecture. The buildings in the Sirogojno Ethno Village are made from wood.
The EXIT festival is the annual festival held in Novi Sad, Serbia. The festival was established since 2000 by 3 students from the local university. The festival is celebrated in the 18th century fortress by Danube. The whole festival lasts for 4 days. It takes place during the second Thursday in the month of July.


Useful Information About Serbia:

Capital Of Serbia: Belgrade (Beograd)
Area of Serbia: 88,361 km2
Serbia Population: ~ 7498001
Language: Serbian
Serbian Currency: Dinar (RSD)
Time Zone GMT +1 (summer +2)


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Serbia Tourist Attractions and Places of Interest:

Kalemegdan Citadel, The Capital City of Belgrade, Old Belgrade Sights & Attractions, Avala Mountain, Stari Ras and Sopoćani, Studenica Monastery, Belgrade Fortress, St Mark’s Church in Tasmajdan Park, The Djerdap National Park, Gamzigrad-Romuliana, Palace of Galerius, Deliblato Sands Special Natural Reserve, Mountain Sara National Park, The Tara National Park with the Drina River Canyon, Djavolja Varos.

Kalemegdan Park Belgrade

Cities and resorts in Serbia we will provide with tourist information and hotel accommodation reservations:

Aleksandrovac, Beograd, Jakovo, Kovačica, Kragujevac, Kraljevo, Leskovac, Markovac, Negotin, Niš, Novi Sad, Palić, Paraćin, Raška, Smederevo, Sombor, Subotica, Velika Plana, Vranic, Vršac, Zlatibor, Zrenjanin.


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