This beautiful country is full of interesting places. Some of them are popular tourist destinations, but some are still unknown and if you have an adventurous spirit, we suggest you visit them. Here is what you should see if you decide to spend your holiday in Serbia.
Belgrade is the capital of the Republic of Serbia and as such is the largest city in the country. It was a Roman city called Singidunum, and relics of that era can still be seen in the city, particularly at Kalemegdan – city’s fortress.
Belgrade city core is not too large so everything between Kalemegdan, Knez Mihailova Street and Skadarska Street is best seen on foot. Belgrade has a reputation as the city with best night life in Europe. Many clubs open until dawn can be found throughout. The most recognizable nightlife adventures are linked to the rafts, along the banks of the Sava and Danube.
Ovcar-Kablar Gorge is carved between mountains Ovcar and Kablar and represents a unique morphological entity. In addition to being rich in beautiful landscapes, you can also visit a large number of medieval monasteries. There is a rich variety of species of flora and fauna.
Sremski Karlovci, town very close to another popular city Novi Sad, is a beautiful place that has a very rich history and large number of preserved buildings from the 18th century. While there don’t miss building of the Patriarchate, Karlovac high school, whose library is the oldest school library in the country, the Cathedral of St. Nicholas, the Roman Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity and famous fountain “Four Lions”.
Resava Cave is the most beautiful and largest cave in Serbia, located in the eastern part of the country.
It consists of 4 halls: Hall of joined columns, Hall of hives, History Lobby and Crystal Hall. It is assumed that the cave formations are over 45 million years old.
Although the cave is 4500 meters long, so far only a little more than half (2,830 meters) of the cave is explored, and visitors can see around 800 meters.
Vlasina Lake is located at 213 meters above sea level, near the town of Surdulica, in the southeastern part of Serbia.
The surface of the lake is 15 square kilometers, and the depth in some places reaches 35 meters. What makes Vlasinsko lake famous are floating islands that change their position. It is assumed that this is the result of underwater plants that grew on the bottom of the lake and got torn off in large chunks.
Devil’s Town is a phenomenon of nature that is rarely seen, located about 100 kilometers southwest of Nis, near Kursumlija, on Radan mountain. It consists of 202 figures made of stone, which are the work of Nature. The statues are from 2 to 15 meters high. The formation of Devil’s Town brings many local legends with it. The most common of them is that they are actually petrified wedding, that God petrified to prevent marriage between brother and sister.
Ludas Lake is 12 kilometers away from Subotica and it is on the list of largest in North Backa. It is believed that the lake was created more than a million years ago. On the lake you can find rare species of plants and animals not found in other parts of the country.
Deliblato Sands is located in southern Banat and is unique in Europe. It is rich in rare species of plants, which cannot be found anywhere else in the country. It is the habitat of as many as 20 different species of orchids. It is also home of large number of rare and endangered species of birds, and area of Deliblato Sands was declared the most important bird habitat in Europe.