Crossed by many rivers Serbia nowadays gives an impression of a mosaic of unique natural landscapes. Western Serbia with the national park Tara and its canyons and lakes, most visited mountain Zlatibor, monastery heritage of the “Lilac Valley”, river Drina and cinematic ethnic village Drvengrad is one of the most beautiful parts of the country.
Eastern Serbia can compete in beauty and lets you enjoy Đerdap gorge, the most marvelous part of Danube’s flow. Southern Serbia is proud of Devil’s Town, unique natural phenomenon nominated to be new Wonder of the World. Northern Vojvodina region differs with its natural reserves, various fauna and wine terraces that reflect in waters of Sava, Tisa and Danube.
One of the greatest reasons why to visit Serbia is also its gorgeous gastronomic offer. National cuisine of Serbia is diverse, same as country’s history. Under influence of different cultures that ruled here, Serbian cuisine was born standing out for authentic dishes that can’t be found in other European countries, along with traces of Turkish, Austrian, Russian and Greek cuisines. Sarma, ćevapčići, kajmak, ajvar, čvarci – are some of mostly untranslatable Serbian delicacies . Along with authentic Serbian cuisine Belgrade is characterized by wide offer of international restaurants of different types, the biggest part of which is located in the very center of the capital, pebble-stone Skadarlija and on the banks of Belgrade’s rivers with fantastic views and crowded summer terraces.
Outspoken, adventurous, proud and audacious: Belgrade (‘White City’) is by no means a ‘pretty’ capital, but its gritty exuberance makes it one of Europe’s most happening cities. While it hurtles towards a brighter future, its chaotic past unfolds before your eyes: socialist blocks are squeezed between art nouveau masterpieces, and remnants of the Habsburg legacy contrast with Ottoman relics and socialist modernist monoliths. This is where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkans and where the Sava and Danube Rivers kiss, an old-world culture that at once evokes time-capsuled communist-era Yugoslavia and new-world, EU-contending cradle of cool.
The city has a population of 1.23 million, while over 1.65 million people live in its metro area. Come and explore “white city” with us and we promise that you will fall in love with Belgrade…
Discover another Serbian city without having to travel too far away, Novi Sad – easy going and surrounded by fertile arable pastures, the Fruška Gora mountain and the Danube river, the charming capital city of Vojvodina is a gem amongst the Serbian cities to visit. Because of its cultural importance, it is also called „Serbian Athens“ and is home to south-east Europe’s largest music festival – EXIT, which seems to have gained a global reputation for its diversity and top notch music. Novi Sad is officialy European Youth capital of 2019 and European capital of culture of 2021.
Get to know the Serbian culture
As part of the Serbian culture package, you can visit Belgrade, visit the Skadarlija bohemian quarter, visit the St. Sava Temple and more.
Belgrade panoramic City tour
Enjoy our professional pilot operated Cesna 170 panoramic flights over main Belgrade attraction.
Yacht cruises along Sava and Danube rivers
Danube and Sava, two big and beautiful rivers, surround Belgrade’s contours and decorate the city’s spirit. On this cruise you will get to see Belgrade from a different and amazing perspective.
Premium transfers in Belgrade Serbia and the region
Meet and greet you and your VIP guests on the incoming destination in the region, including Budapest, Zagreb, Sarajevo, Podgorica, Athens or Thessaloniki and Skopje airports.
Belgrade in a day
After a panoramic ride around the city and a pleasant walk in the city center you will have an opportunity to enjoy tasty food, local music and a unique rustic ambiance in the Belgrade most recognizable restaurants and clubs.
Personal concierge during your stay
Wether is a business or personal visit to Belgrade our team can arrange ….