Serbia’s turbulent past made it a ‘blank spot’ on the travel destination map, but today, it’s a welcoming destination jam-packed with charms – high mountains, deep gorges, ancient monasteries, wildlife and wonderful wine, all rarely experienced by tourists. The warm hospitality of the Serbs completes this truly authentic Balkan experience.


Walking in south Serbia and northern Kosovo

Travel style: Guided walking and cultural tour
Duration:  8 days
Destination: Kopaonik National Park, the Mokra mountain region, the monasteries of southern Serbia
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Walking in Serbia for Foodies

Travel style: Guided walking tour
Interests:  mountains, culture, culinary discovery,
Duration:  8-10 days
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Serbia (Srbija)


  • Population7.120.000
  • Area: 77.474 km² (29,913 mi²)
  • Population density:  92/km² (238/mi²)
  • Capital city: Belgrade (population:  1.3 million)
  • Currency:  Serbian Dinar
  • Ethic groups: Serb (83%), Hungarian (3.5%), Bosnian (2%), Roma (2%), Other.
  • Religion:  Christian- Orthodox (85%), Christian-Catholic (6%), Muslim-Sunni (3%), Other.

Top recommendations:


  • The rock formations of Đavolja Varoš (the Devil’s Town) in the Radan Mountains


  • River boat rides through Đerdap National Park, "Iron Gate"


  • Felix Romuliana, Roman ruins in Gamzigrad, UNESCO site


  • Watching vultures circling above the Uvac Special Nature Reserve


  • The local wine and culinary specialities of southern Serbia


  • The Šargan Eight, a historical narrow-gauge railway and the Drvengrad (Timber Town) village museum