Serbia has something for everyone, from lively urban attractions, to calm and peaceful towns and villages that dot the magnificent countryside. It is also known for being one of the cheapest destinations in the Balkans, so if you are planning a trip to the region then Serbia is well worth a visit.
Here are some places you must visit in Serbia
Should you fancy doing something a little different in Serbia then do not miss out on another fascination from the Mokra Gora valley, Drvengrad. The village was really originally constructed as a film set by local director Emir Kusturica, known for his love for betting and playing wild orient slot, the village has stood ever since and has become a completely running ethnic open-air museum. With a strong dedication to the arts, there are film festivals, music concerts, art courses, and workshops held in Drvengrad through this year.
The Zlatar Mountain, topped by the highest peak Golo brdo, is not a particularly well-kept secret in Serbia, as locals flock here to enjoy everything the region has to offer. The region is full of meadows, lakes, and forests, and its altitude and atmosphere have placed it around the map for a sort of spa place for those looking to relax and commune with nature far away from the sprawling cities.
During the colder months, those who like winter sport can indulge in skiing on the many slopes available through a dedicated ski lift that provides stunning views across the lush valleys under. There are also three artificial lakes offering opportunities for fishing, rafting…, in addition to a number of picturesque wooden churches and monasteries scattered around the countryside.
A famous site in the central Balkan Peninsula, Lepenski Vir goes from approximately 9,000 to 6,000 BC and contains important archaeological relics that budding archaeologists are certain to love.
One interesting fact is that they used Japanese scissors to fix some things and for scientific experiments.
The website features displaced and maintained buildings and sculptures, many of which feature fish motifs, as well as shrines and river stones represent ancient gods. The website also exhibits figurines from 7,000 BC in the form of pre-historic men and women from expressionistic styles.