“The most important product of a creative mind is an invention. Its ultimate aim is the rule of mind over nature and the use of its forces for the needs of mankind.”Nicola Tesla
SERBIA sitting in the western Balkans offers amazing experiences for visitors to enjoy. From fine dining, breweries and culture in Belgrade to wine tasting world renowned vineyards in the north of the country. Belgrade while fantastic in summer with its terrace culture can also be enjoyed in winter. Serbia is well connected to other parts of the Europe for those wanting to explore the surrounding area while visiting.
If you’re visiting Belgrade, you might be looking for something fun and interesting to enjoy during the day. Especially in the Serbian capital in winter, visiting a museum can be the perfect solution. Here is…
Belgrade, Serbia’s capital city of 1.5 million people is often touted as a good stag/buck’s destination but rarely visited by stag groups. However the tide is turning and this city has just as much to…
Belgrade, know as Beograde which means “white city” is the capital of Serbia. It’s a cliche to say this, but Belgrade is somewhat of an underrated city. Most travellers looking for a mini-break in Europe…
DINING OUT IN BELGRADE
VISITING SERBIA OUTSIDE BELGRADE
Are you looking for day trips from Belgrade? Sremski Karlovci is absolutely worth visiting, especially if you love wine. Read on to find out why and what to do and see when you get there.…
We’ve recently travelled to Belgrade in Serbia, where we are spending some time seeing out the Winter in this buzzy, but chilly, capital city. Although Belgrade has more than enough to offer tourists (more to…
USEFUL LINKS FOR SERBIA
FLIGHTS, ACCOMMODATION, SIGHTSEEING & TRANSPORT
ACTIVITIES WHILE IN SERBIA
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