If you are looking for a rebellious adventure, Serbia is the destination just for you! Famed for its rich culture, exciting ambiance and an empathic atmosphere, you can easily lose yourself here. With architectural attractions and a lively ambiance, this destination is a definite must visit.
Begin your journey at Subotica, which is one of the most beautiful cities of the country. Experience its rich culture and history before you move on to Novi Sad. Here, visit the various monuments and museums apart from the many baroque churches before you head to your next destination. The capital city of Belgrade is your next stop where it is most famed for its architecture and energetic ambiance. Kragujevac is your next stop, where you must visit the beautiful Gruza lake. Next, travel to Cacak known for its famous Guca Trumpet Festival. After this, travel to Kraljevo and visit the famous monastery of Zica which was built in ancient times. Pristina is your final destination, where their mixes of natural and manmade attractions have attracted visitors from around the world.
With an ample mix of natural and manmade attractions, it comes as no surprise those visitors from around the world travel here to view the various attractions. A must see is the Belgrade Fortress. This majestic structure is a symbolic representation of the history of this city since it was built in the 3rd century. Another must visit is the Church of Saint Sava. Apart from being the world’s largest Orthodox Church, it is an important symbolism to the medieval Serbia. Apart from all the monasteries located here, one of the most important one is the Kalenic monastery Built in the early 15th century, it now stands as a monument of culture of exceptional importance today. Nature lovers must visit the iconic Great War Island, which is located in between two confluences of the Sava and Danube River. To experience the true work of Nikola Tesla, you must visit the museum that is dedicated to him. This museum houses various works, documents and exhibits due to its critical role in the history of electrification.
The Serbian cuisine is a delicious Balkan mix of the Asian and the Middle Europe dishes. The locals pride on their delectable dishes which comprise of grilled meats and sausages served with cheese and bread. You must try the rostilj which is best eaten with fresh salad or grilled vegetables. You can also try the baklava and tulumba which is normally served with a local taste. No meal is completed without a delicious pastry like proja. Wash it down with the local rakija or the slivovitza which are the local favourites.
With its wild and tempting ambiance, it is hard not to indulge in the extracurricular activities here. While you can indulge in hiking and cycling on the trails here to view the extra ordinary surrounding, you can also go rafting on the rivers here. Apart from that, the local festivals are extremely lively and a must experience especially during the festive seasons when visitors from around the world travel here. In addition to this, the nightlife is also quite active, making it an excellent opportunity to unwind and relax when you visit here.
Although you plan your holiday for fun and adventure, there are times when an unexpected accident or harm might come to your safety. This is crucial as it may hamper your trip. The best way to protect yourself in such cases is to have a safety net. Flexicover, with its range of single trip travel insurance, multi-trip travel insurance, gap-year travel insurance and many other covers, ensures that you are well equipped for every eventuality.
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