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The sights of Serbia always attract tourists with their originality and unique history. If you like not only to eat delicious food, improve your health and go skiing to your heart's content, but also visit amazing ancient cities and shrines, the hospitable Balkans invite you! Excursions in Belgrade and unforgettable impressions are waiting for you. What to see in Serbia first of all? Especially for you, we have compiled a list of the most interesting sights of this country.
First things to see in Serbia
1. Belgrade Fortress (Belgrade)
The oldest Belgrade fortress of the Roman era
Many guides in Serbia recommend visitors to the country to visit this place. This is the most famous landmark of Serbia – the Belgrade Fortress, repeatedly destroyed and finally restored in the 20th century. The Byzantines, Hungarians, and Bulgarians also owned it. During the Ottoman yoke, the fortress belonged to the Turks. The name of the ancient building (Kalemegdan), built over 2,000 years ago, is translated from Turkish as “castle square”. The Turks called this place on the banks of the Danube and the Sava “the hill of reflections.” A park has now been laid out on the site of the former military barracks. The unique historical museum complex includes the Kalemegdan park, the Upper and Lower cities. A military museum was also founded here, presenting countless exhibits – various types of weapons, ranging from medieval catapults, crossbows, nuclear cannons and crossbows to modern bombs and rockets. The remains of the Metropolitan Palace, the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin, the chapel of the gate of the powder store and many towers have also been preserved here. One of the symbols of Belgrade rises on the territory of the complex – a monument to the Victor in honor of the victory over the Turks.
Official website: http://www.beogradskatvrdjava.co.rs/
2. National Museum of Serbia (Belgrade)
The building of the Museum of Serbia on Republic Square
The National Museum of Belgrade, founded in 1844, is dedicated to the history and heritage of the Balkan Peninsula from prehistoric times to the present day. Professional Russian-speaking guides in Belgrade will tell tourists about the art, history, culture and outstanding personalities of the Balkans. You will learn about the early Neolithic settlements and Ottoman buildings, get acquainted with the fantastic inventions of Nikola Tesla. The main collection of the museum consists of four hundred thousand (!) Historical, archaeological, numismatic art objects. The rich museum fund is systematized in collections, divided mainly according to chronological criteria, as well as according to the type of artifacts. The main building of the museum houses the Fresco Gallery dedicated to Serbian and Byzantine medieval art. On the territory of this landmark of Serbia, you will be shown the archaeological remains of the Balkan Mesolithic and Neolithic cultures dating back to the VI millennium BC
Official website: http://www.narodnimuzej.rs /en/
3. City of the Devil (Kursumlija)
A cluster of bizarre earthen figures in Devil's City
If you are passionate about mysticism, be sure to go to the city of the Devil. This slightly creepy place is located in the south of the country, not far from Kosovo. They say that it is simply necessary to see this complex in Serbia, otherwise you will simply regret the missed chance. Unusual pillars in the middle of the forest and the “bloody” water flowing around both frighten and beckon with their secret to anyone who is hunting for new experiences. The intricate shapes of the rocks make local residents and guests of this place think about the existence of evil spirits. It is said that this place has magical powers. Around the city of the Devil, the remains of ancient mines have been preserved, where unfortunate workers more than once filled up. At night, mysterious twinkling lights are often seen here. True, officially it is a national park and one of the visiting cards of Serbia. Climbing the stairs to several viewing platforms, you will see the bewitching fantastic rocks, constantly changing their shapes, from different sides. It would seem that there is no place for church buildings in the “devilish” city, however, walking through the park, you will definitely come across a chapel and make sure that God has penetrated this strange place as well.
Official site: http://www.djavoljavaros.com
4. Fruška National Park – Gora (Novi Sad)
The natural beauty of Fruška Park
Fruska Gora has acquired the status of a national park due to the huge number of rare trees and shrubs. On 22,000 hectares of local forests, roe deer, deer, and birds are found. Until 1941, there were about thirty monasteries on the site of Fruška-Gora, which stretched sixteen kilometers from the city of Novi Sad. To date, 17 of them have been partially restored. If you are looking for what to visit in Serbia and spend a couple of days there, relaxing and enjoying the nature of the Balkans, go here. People come to the park with tents for family vacations, barbecue, take pictures in nature. Numerous restaurants and cozy cafes, which you can find by following the signs, offer guests delicious dishes of Serbian cuisine. In the hotels of the park, you can rent a hotel and spend a weekend here, visiting local monasteries and relaxing from the hustle and bustle of the cities. As a memento of this unique landmark of Serbia, you should definitely take souvenirs bought from local shops from here.
Official website: http://www.npfruskagora.co.rs
5. Nikola Tesla Museum (Belgrade)
Nikola Tesla Science Museum in the central area of Belgrade
Exposition of the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade Vislupus
Choosing to visit the most entertaining sights in Serbia, go to the Nikola Tesla Museum, which opened in Belgrade in 1952. It is completely dedicated to the life and inventions of the famous engineer, a genius of the 20th century, who almost became a priest. Today, this museum is the only place where you can look at authentic documents and personal belongings of an inventor who was ahead of his time. They were handed over to Belgrade after the death of the scientist according to his will. Without the revolutionary ideas of Tesla, embodied later in life, our world could be completely different. The main development of the scientist is the transmission of alternating current energy over long distances. Today it is used in power lines, electric generators, electric motors. Trams, trolleybuses, electric cars, metro, wireless control panels – all this is available thanks to the genius of a scientist. The museum displays many models of devices invented by Nikola Tesla. Tourists are shown films about the great scientist who “illuminated our world” and the “Lord of Lightning”, they are given the opportunity to repeat some of the inventor’s experiments.
Official website: http://www.nikolateslamuseum .org
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6. Resava Cave (Despotovac)
Natural Resava cave in eastern Serbia
Tourists who are thinking about what to see in Serbia can go to the Resava Cave, located in the eastern part of Serbia, 20 km from the city of Despotovac. It is located on a limestone hill with a height of 485 m. Someone says that the age of the cave is 45 million years, while others believe that it is twice as old. Its formation began even before the Great Ice Age due to the chemical and mechanical action of an underground river running through limestone rocks. The cave was discovered only in 1962 and opened to the public in 1972, although shepherds and their sheep took refuge here in bad weather even earlier. The temperature in the cave is constant (-7°C); while the air humidity reaches 80 – 100%. Lime formations begin at the very entrance. Visitors move through the cave along a spiral concrete path. The trail passes through various halls on two levels (upper and lower galleries). The bottom of the cave passes at a height of 405 m. Four halls are open for visits in the upper gallery. In the third room, the Vestibule of History, tools (a stone ax and spears), an arctic fox skull, and a prehistoric fireplace were found. The cave is included in the territory of a protected natural monument with an area of 11 hectares.
7. Drvengrad (Uzice)
The unique ethno-village Drevengrad on the picturesque mountain Mokra Gora
Looking for information about what to visit in Serbia and really be surprised by the unusualness of what you see, do not miss the materials about Drvengrad. This ethnic village was recently built in 2004 by a man who wanted to live in the city of his dreams – Emir Kusturica himself. Drvengrad is not on any map, and even many Serbs are unaware of this miracle. You can get here on a retro train, which appeared in the director's film Life is a Miracle. This car moves at a speed of only 30 km/h, so tourists have enough time to admire the nature of the Balkans. Having left at the Mokra Gora station, they get to Drvengrad. Rumors that the houses were built here without a single nail are just a myth, so the place looks much more comfortable than an ordinary Balkan village. Here Kusturica receives tourists, holds festivals and loudly declares his views. The streets and houses of the “city of dreams” are named after prominent people. Among them there is Dostoevsky's house and Tarkovsky street. Walking along the wooden pavement of the ethno-village, you can meet colorful Serbian grandmothers offering products made of sheep wool to tourists.
8. Zika Monastery (Kraljevo)
Zika Crimson Monastery
Any excursions in Serbia consider this object a valuable point in tourist routes. Zika (Zhicha) Monastery, built at the beginning of the 13th century, can be called a truly unique historical place. Stefan, the first autocrat of the country, was crowned here, and Serbia acquired the status of a kingdom. According to legend, seven rulers of the country were crowned here. At the same time, after the end of the ceremony, the doors through which the new king passed were immediately immured forever. Today, the Church of the Holy Savior with its crimson color and its grandeur reminds visitors of the invincibility of the spirit of Christians who gave their lives for the faith and willingly shed their blood for Serbia. Here, under Bishop Nikolai Velimirovich, a temple was built, where, during restoration, a fresco with the image of the martyr Nicholas II was discovered, made fifty years before the official canonization of the murdered Russian Tsar. For several centuries, the monastery has undergone many troubles. Its buildings were constantly looted and burned by the Turks; it was almost destroyed by the Nazis. In 1987, part of the walls collapsed from the tremors of the earthquake. In 1999, NATO bombing nearly destroyed the shrine completely. However, the monastery survived, having received the status of a landmark in Serbia. Now more than 40 nuns live in it.
9. Monastery Manasija (Despotovac)
Manasija Serbian Orthodox Monastery
Among the green hills of the bright Resava Gorge, surrounded by the magnificent towers of a medieval fortress, there is the Manasija Monastery, built in the best traditions of Serbian architecture. The history of the holy place began in 1407. At that time, the ruler of the country, Stefan Lazarevich, decided to build a quiet, secluded holiday home. As a result, a magnificent monastery complex appeared from a fortress of 12 towers surrounding it. Protected from winds and bad weather by high hills, surrounded by beautiful nature, the monastery has become a real pearl of Serbian architecture, culture and art. For more than 600 years of existence, the monastery was destroyed many times. The most thorough restoration was carried out in 1956, but work on the restoration of unique frescoes is still ongoing. Today you will see on them scenes from the life of Jesus Christ and the apostles, the faces of the prophets of the Old Testament, the image of Stephen himself with a scepter in one hand and a small model of the monastery in the other hand. Like many other sights of Serbia, the monastery has become an important cultural monument.
Official website: http://manasija.rs
10. Petrovaradin Fortress (Novi -Garden)
View of the fortified city of Petrovaradin
Clients who turn to tour operators with a question about what to see in Serbia from the fortresses will certainly be advised to go to Novi Sad and visit Petrovaradin. This is the largest European fortress, fully built only at the end of the 17th century – the work lasted almost a century. As a result, a powerful complex appeared with thick walls, towers, terraces, hidden loopholes, underground secret passages and galleries. In the most conspicuous and conspicuous place, in the open square, the famous clock was built, which always shows the exact time. The captains of ships passing along the Danube were guided by them. This clock has become the hallmark of the fortress – tourists who come to see the sights of Serbia are sure to take pictures against their background. Petrovaradin houses a museum and a military hospital. The peculiarity of the structure is the numerous shelters, wells and labyrinths invented to protect the fortress. These tunnels form a labyrinth up to 20 km deep. The underground part of the fortress is still ready to serve as a refuge for 30,000 people. Today, a rock and pop festival is held on the upper floors of the complex in summer.
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11. Smederevo Fortress (Smederevo)
Medieval Smederevo fortress
Smederevo fortress was erected in the 15th century. They say that the idea of its construction belonged to a woman, but this information seems to be just a beautiful legend. A huge fortress to protect the city of Smederevo, then the former practically the capital of the country, was built very quickly. It required extremely strenuous efforts, and the workers were exhausted to death, calling the construction site and the wife of the Serbian ruler, who ordered the work to be accelerated, “damned.” Today the fortress is a masterpiece of Serbian medieval architecture. Excavations are ongoing on its territory. Not so long ago, in the cellars of buildings, they dug up the tomb of an unknown noble lady, adorned with jewels. To this day, numerous adventurers are searching for treasures hidden (according to legend) within the walls of the fortress. If you are looking for adventure and seek to find the sights of Serbia with a mysterious past, try your luck in search of treasures here. Smederevo fortress will interest even those who are indifferent to history. In the summer there are performances and parties, and the mysticism of the place turns them into unforgettable events. Smederevo is located near Belgrade, and you can get here by bus.
Official website: http://www.smederevskatvrdjava.com
12. Sirogajno (Zlatibor , Kraleve Voda)
Sirogajno – open-air museum
26 km from Zlatibor (tourist center), in the village of Sirogajno, there is an open-air museum “Staro Selo”. Work on its construction began in 1979. Old log houses from all over Zlatibor began to be brought here. The museum consists of 2 groups of houses. The first includes old, not restored buildings that have retained their original appearance. There is also a shepherd's dwelling here – a small log house with a place for a fire, a room for storing dairy products and a bed for the shepherds to rest. The second group of buildings – a hall, a souvenir shop, a hotel, houses for living – offers everyone who is looking for something to see in Serbia to relax, relax and buy souvenirs in comfort. Exhibitions, seminars, literary meetings, theatrical performances and concerts are held in the hall and on the summer stage. Local exhibitions sell antique handicrafts and copies of museum exhibits made by rural craftsmen. The restaurant offers special dishes prepared in the old fashioned way. Lectures on these crafts are held in the local blacksmith and pottery workshops during the summer. The Church of St. Peter and Paul, built back in 1764, also became part of the open-air museum.
Official website: http://www.sirogojno.rs/en
13. Tara National Park (Bajina Basta)
Mountains and river Drina of Tara park
Hundreds of thousands of visitors come to the Tara National Park, located near Bosnia, not far from the village of Kusturica. From the observation deck of Banska Stena, a wonderful view of the mountains and the winding river Drina, dense forests opens up. Be sure to set aside a separate day for a complete inspection of this sight of Serbia – only then you can get to know the caves, gorges and canyons of the place, walk through the forests and, perhaps, even meet tame roe deer and chamois there. If this time is not enough for you, stay in inexpensive apartments or hotels, or even set up a tent right in the reserve itself. However, the latter option may be unsafe – bears live in the forests here, as signs on the trees warn about. The park is known for its beautiful peaks, dense forests and deep caves, impressive waterfalls and noisy mountain rivers. In summer, tourists can go in for rafting, water sports, and in winter – go skiing. Children are invited to rest in the camp complex Mitrovac.
Official website: http://www.nptara.rs
14. Church of St. Sava (Belgrade)< /h3>
Church of St. Sava in Belgrade
The Church of St. Sava, belonging to the Orthodox Church, exceeding the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in size, has not been completed to this day. The construction of the most beautiful building, begun in the 16th century, was interrupted more than once by wars. Choosing what to visit in Serbia in the first place, later you will still come here. Every day at noon in Belgrade, the sound of its fifty bells is heard. The walls of the temple unite tens of thousands of believers, and its sacred spirit protects the sky over Belgrade. The largest Orthodox church in the Balkans is a true manifestation of greatness and Christian splendor. The 82-meter building itself is crowned with a 70-meter-high dome and a gilded twelve-meter cross. The central dome weighs 4,000 tons and took 40 days to lift. It is planned that upon completion of the construction of the temple, its interior will be decorated with many mosaics, and the face of Christ Pantocrator will be placed on the Central Dome. The surface of the temple is covered with white marble and granite, but the splendor of this landmark of Serbia lies not in its size, but in its spiritual significance for the Balkan people. The Temple of St. Sava has become a beacon of faith, spirituality, culture and freedom. Anyone in need will be supported here, sharing his joy and sorrow.
Official website: http://hramsvetogsave.rs/ru/
15. Museum of Aviation ( Belgrade)
Aviation Museum in the shape of a “flying saucer”
Even before you start sightseeing in Serbia, you will come across the most modern of them – the Aviation Museum, located next to the Nikola Tesla Airport. The construction of a large and complex building with an area of more than 10,700 square meters, made in the form of an outlandish space mushroom, began in the 1970s, but the museum itself was opened only in 1989. Gliders and planes, including those shot down during the war, are exhibited next to the museum 1999. In its halls there are models of aircraft and photographs of crashes and air battles. Visitors are always interested in exhibitions of real aircraft, aircraft engines, documents that testify to the development of national and international aviation in the 20th century. At the entrance to the main exhibition there is a 1909 aircraft. Experts believe that the most valuable exhibits here are fighters and bombers, including German Messerschmitt ME-109, Focke-Wulf 190, Russian Yak-3 and Il-2, American B-47 Thunderbolt, Italian Fiat G.50. The museum's vaults and library contain thousands of books and documents about aviation.
Official website: http://www.museumofaviation.org/
16. Skadarlija (Belgrade)
Skadar Street in the old quarter of Skadarlija in Belgrade Zoran Životić
Friendly Serbia, whose capital is famous for its historical monuments, allows you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Middle Ages for a while. Among the most significant metropolitan objects are the Belgrade Fortress, Prince Michael Street and Skadar Street, along which there is a whole area – authentic Skadarliya. Arriving on this street, paved with paving stones, it is as if you find yourself in the past several centuries ago. Walking along the stone path, on both sides you can find antique shops, art galleries and other institutions dedicated to art, and right on the streets, people of creative professions arrange entire exhibitions of their works.
17. Ada Ciganlija (Belgrade)
Collection of stone sculptures by Ratko Vulanovic on the island of Ada Ciganlija Filip Maljković
Ada Ciganlija – the most popular holiday destination for Belgrade residents
Serbia, a map of which every true traveler must have, has the most diverse sights. Among them are unique natural objects – such as Ada Ciganlija, Belgrade. Once it was an island in the middle of the Sava River, but later it was artificially turned into a peninsula, which became a favorite vacation spot and escape from the heat. Unique is the fact that now this peninsula even has its own lake and a wide pebble beach – all this was created by human hands. Humidity is high here, and temperatures, on the contrary, are kept lower than the average daily mark on the rest of the land. The lake has conditions for swimming and diving, as well as a number of sports facilities.
Official website: https://www.adaciganlija
18. Tower skulls of Chele-Kula (mountain Chegar)
Chele-Kula Tower of Skulls Nikola Smolenski
A chapel built over a tower of Bojan Lazarevic skulls
Tourists are really amazed by the attraction on Mount Chegar, where in 1809 Serbian rebels were defeated by the troops of the Ottoman Empire in a battle. As a sign of victory, the Turks erected a tower on the mountain, and its walls were completely “decorated” with the skulls of killed and beheaded Serbs. This tower was supposed to serve as a warning to all who tried to rebel against Ottoman rule. Today, the Tower of Skulls is an object of exceptional historical significance for Serbia, subject to state protection. This tragic monument, 3.5 meters high, consisted of 952 skulls, but today only 58 of them have survived.
19. Đerdap Gorge or Iron Gates (Oršov)
View of the Iron Gate in the Danube Valley Denis Barthel
In the Middle Ages, access to the Iron Gates was guarded by the Golubac Fortress Denis Barthel
On the border of Serbia with Romania, there is a picturesque reserve, the nature of which impresses with its beauty and richness. The Dzherdap gorge is a real natural pantry, where the biodiversity of mountainous landscapes is complemented by unique historical monuments, such as Mesolithic hunters' camps, the ruins of ancient Roman fortifications and an ancient bridge. In the depths of the gorge, the steep banks of which are beautifully overgrown with greenery, the Danube River flows. The most interesting part of the gorge is the territory of Jerap National Park. It is here, at the so-called Iron Gates, that the river narrows and passes through a narrow isthmus, reaching as much as 90 meters in depth.
20. Studenica Monastery (Kraljevo)
The territory of the Studenica monastery, 39 km from the city of Kraljevo Cornelius Bechtler
The predominant religion in Serbia, as in Russia, is Orthodox Christianity. A solid foundation of the Serbian faith is monasticism, which is why the role of monasteries in Serbia is so great. One of the brightest examples of this is the Studenica Monastery. This place impresses with its spiritual power, which has been unshakable for eight centuries. The year of foundation of the monastery is considered to be 1186, and the Serbian prince Stefan Nemanja became the founder. The monastery complex is located on a wide meadow, on one of the banks of the Studenitsa River. Thanks to the unique architecture, combining Romanesque and Byzantine styles, and ancient interior decoration, the monastery has become part of the world heritage. Among the shrines are particles of many charitable saints, including Nicholas the Wonderworker.
Official website: http://www.manastirstudenica
21. National Park Shar-Planina (region of Kosovo and Metohija)
Expanses of Shar-Planina National Park
Hospitable Serbia, for which a visa is needed for a long tourist tour, simply does not leave a chance to return from a trip quickly – after all, it is sometimes difficult to cover such a number of interesting places in a limited vacation. What is worth visiting the large national parks Dzherdap or Shar-Planina. The territories of the Shar-Planina reserve are spread over an area of 39 hectares. This vast area combines a large number of ecosystems, a characteristic landscape and a huge variety of flora and fauna. Thus, about 150 species of butterflies, more than 200 species of birds, as well as bears, lynxes, martens and chamois live in these territories. Some monasteries still function here, there are tombs and monastic sketes.
22. Sopochany (Novi Pazar)
Serbian Orthodox monastery with Holy Trinity Church in southern Serbia Pudelek (Marcin Szala)
Fresco of the Assumption of the Mother of God on the western wall of the Church of the Holy Trinity in the monastery of Sopocany Golija
Sopočany Monastery with its Holy Trinity Church was founded in the 13th century by King Uros I as a tomb for the royal family. The complex got its name from the source, near which it was erected. At the best of times, the monastery included monastic cells, a dining room, a stone wall surrounding the territory of the complex. As a result of the invasions of the Turkish troops, the monastery was set on fire in the 14th century, later it was restored, but during the period of new uprisings against the Ottoman Empire in the 16th century. was again destroyed, after which it stood in ruins for the 4th century. This could not but affect the state of the monastery, but its priceless element remained intact – the Church of the Holy Trinity with its frescoes, reflecting biblical stories and purely Serbian motifs.
23. Palace of Princess Ljubica (Belgrade)
Palace of Princess Ljubica in one of the oldest districts of Belgrade Nikola Cvetković
Divanhana on the first floor in the residence of Princess Ljubica Pavle Marjanović
The Palace of Princess Ljubica is the former residence of the wife of Prince Milos Obrenovic, Princess Ljubica and her sons. The recreated interiors of the rooms are furnished in a variety of styles that were popular in Serbia in the century before last. This gives an idea of how the representatives of princely families lived. The museum has an interactive tour “Coffee with Princess Ljubica”, where you can learn in detail about the life of the members of the Obrenović dynasty.
24. Pokainitsa Monastery (Velika Plana)
The wooden building of the church in the monastery Pokainica Sstruja
37 kilometers northeast of Kragujevac, near the town of Velika Plana, there is an unusual wooden cloister, which is one of the few monuments of wooden architecture. The church of the monastery was erected in 1818 by Prince Vuica Vulicevic and was dedicated to the transfer of the relics of St. Nicholas. The very name “Repentance” symbolizes the act of repentance of the Smeredevo prince, who, shortly before the foundation of the temple, became an accomplice in the murder of his godfather Karageorgiy. Until the middle of the 20th century, the church was a parish church, and then a monastery was founded here. A few more years later, Pokajnica was officially included in the list of objects of exceptional historical significance.
25. Niš Fortress (Niš)
The main gate of the Nis Fortress near the Nisava River
Whatever your route, it is worth visiting the most beautiful cities in Serbia, or at least some of them – their splendor will undoubtedly leave a vivid trace of memories from the trip. One of these cities is Nis, a place known for its stunning historical monuments. Among them are medieval temples, towers and fortresses. Thus, the Nis fortress is an important cultural and historical object, which has become a symbol of the whole city. It was erected by the Turks in the 18th century – during the reign of the Ottoman Empire, and the old fortress, which was left over from the Romans, served as the foundation. Today, a cozy shady park is located on the territory of the fortress, and from the hill on which it stands, you can view the panorama of the city.
26. Gamzigrad Romuliana (Zajecar)
Gates and walls of Gamzigrad-Romuliana Pudelek
Tours to Serbia are notable for the fact that when traveling around the country, sometimes it is enough to go off the route in any direction, and there will definitely be some kind of historical landmark – the history of the Balkan lands is so rich. Not far from the city of Zajecar, in the town of Gamzigrad, there is a whole archaeological park – these are the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Felix Romuliana. Once there was a magnificent palace ensemble, erected by the Romans at the turn of the 3rd and 4th centuries. Today, only its remains can be seen in these territories. It was on this land that the last Roman emperor was buried. All the relief elements of the facade decoration symbolize immortality and are designed to perpetuate the glorious name of the ruler.
27. Gazimestan (5 km from Pristina)
Monument dedicated to the Battle of Kosovo in 1389 th year Majstor Mile
Some interesting places of the Balkan Peninsula are worth visiting if only to learn about their glorious centuries-old history. These include Gazimestan, a medieval tower that has become a memorial that reminds us of the bloody events of the Battle of Kosovo in the 14th century. It can be said that this battle changed the course of history not only for Serbia, but for all the Balkans. Here, the united troops of the Balkan states under the command of the Serbian prince Lazar, through heavy losses, stopped the advance of the troops of the Turkish Sultan Murad I. This field became the place of death of Lazar and most of the soldiers. The stele, which has become a symbol of the Balkan confrontation with the Ottoman Empire, is located 5 km northeast of Pristina.
28. Vrnjačka Banja (Raši District)
Famous and popular thermal resort of Serbia – Vrnjacka Banya Mister No
There are places in Serbia that are beautiful in their own way at any time of the year. Serbia in January is famous for its balneological resorts, where you can warm yourself in warm thermal waters even in winter. Vrnjacka Banya is one of the health-improving places where people come for a relaxing holiday and, of course, to improve their health. Winter here is quite mild, without severe cold, and beautiful views of the mountainous area are conducive to rest in January. It is noteworthy that the temperature of the thermal springs located here is 36.5 degrees all year round, which is fully consistent with the temperature of the human body. The resort has a developed European infrastructure – everything is here not only for treatment, but also for a good rest: hotels, restaurants, shops and souvenir shops.
29. Sokobanya resort (southeast of Serbia)
The center of the resort town of Sokobanya Sasha SB
Serbia offers its guests not only cultural, but also health-improving holidays. Where to swim – such a question does not arise for those who already know how saturated the lands of this country are with thermal waters. Dozens of healing springs gush out of the ground, forming whole pools of healing water. In the country, more than two dozen medical resorts have been founded on springs, including the Sokobanya resort. This is a large health center, the main specialization of which is the treatment and rehabilitation of pulmonary diseases. The surrounding areas of the resort are literally immersed in greenery, so the air here is extremely rich in ozone. Amazingly beautiful views of the mountainous terrain complete the impression.
30. Shargan Eight (Mokra Gora and Shargan Vitasi)
Passenger train on the Shargan eight railway in Serbia Herbert Ortner
Serbian monuments of history, culture and nature are so diverse that every guest of the country can choose the most attractive sights of Serbia. The presentation of this review ends with another interesting object – this is a narrow-gauge railway passing right through the rock. At the beginning of the last century, the laying of this road began in Mount Shargan, and the purpose of the event was to connect Serbia with Bosnia. Severe labor made it possible to cut almost 16 kilometers of the road in the firmament of the rock, and to overcome the difference in heights, the path was laid along the slope in bends resembling a figure eight. Today, this narrow-gauge railway has become one of the most visited routes in the country. Next to Serbia in the west is the country of a thousand islands – Croatia. While in Serbia, how about visiting this extraordinarily beautiful country? Read about the sights of Croatia and get inspired for your next trip to Europe!