SERBIA Destination Guide and Tours
Sitting at the crossroads of Europe’s history, this land-locked nation is a fusion of cultures and religions. Enjoy the national parks and outdoors in the summer, and when the snow settles in winter, take in the country’s breathtaking wintry views.
In the country’s capital, Belgrade, a Local Expert will show you St. Sava Church, Terazije Street, the national museum, national theatre, Republic Square and the Kalemegdan Fortress. Belgrade – meaning ‘white city’ – is undoubtedly one of the most bustling cities in Europe.
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Treasures of the Balkans
This is where the sway of the Mediterranean meets Central Europe and blends with the exotic East. From the Danube to Dracula's castle, there is history at every turn.
When to go: The best time to visit Serbia is in the summer months, when the snow has cleared. April onwards is the perfect time to explore outdoors. For those who prefer warmer weather, head there in July for the hottest temperatures or August for the most daylight.
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