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Zemun is a lively neighborhood with flea markets lining with restaurants and is the home of the St Nicholas Church that was built between 1725 and 1731.
Gostilje waterfall is a 22m high waterfall located in Gostilje village. It splits into several streams, which are ideal for taking gorgeous photos and enjoying nature.
This is a man-made village authentic to the era, an amusement park for kids' entertainment and has a bonfire area for relaxing after dark.
This gorgeous wooden village was used as a location set in the movie, Life is A Miracle.
The Novi Sad Synagogue, or Novi Sad's Great Synagogue, was built between 1906 and 1909. It is the most monumental sacred building in the city.
This city is rich in cultural history, making it a tourist's dream. The architecture and scenery make Subotica one of the most beautiful cities in Serbia.
You cannot miss the Tara National Park when coming to Serbia. It is one of the most beautiful places in this country, with well-preserved flora and fauna.
The Kadinjaca Complex was built to symbolize the sacrifices made by the soldiers and civilians of Udice during WW2. The complex honors all those who died for their country, and is a must see for all visitors to our country.
This is a very beautiful train ride through the mountains, and the scenery can't be beat. It's a great trip to see the country side of Serbia and enjoy the views. There are 5 scenic stops which makes the whole ride atleast 2.5 hours.
Also called the Green River because of its color. Some say that fishermen built a house in the middle of this river for them to have somewhere to stay and relax while they're fishing.
The Sirogojno open-air museum was built in order to show how locals used to live their lives during the end of 19th century.
Located in Zlatibor and known as the world's longest cable car ride that's 10km long. This cable car ride is around 25 minutes one way and will take you to the top of Zurich mountains.
Sremski Karlovci is a town with lots of winery. You can actually have a taste of the Bermet, a Serbian dessert wine specialty with 16% alcohol.
As soon as you enter Novi Sad, you will be welcomed by a colorful and lively liberty square where you can walk around and enjoy beautiful architectures.
Located in Belgrade, the Temple of Saint Sava is the second largest Orthodox Church in the world.