The diversity and spectacular range of tourist destinations in Serbia are unforgettable for travelers seeking new and exciting destinations. The charm of Serbia can be captured in religious, architectural and an extremely vast natural beauty! Here are the attractions you should see in Serbia!
There’s no way you can leave Serbia without viewing the majestic Belgrade Fortress. The fortress, consists of the old citadel and Kalemegdan Park on the confluence of the River Sava and Danube. It is located in Belgrade’s municipality of Stari Grad. Is the most visited tourist attraction in Belgrade, with Skadarlija being the second.
St. George Church
In the town of Topola is a hill where you can find St. George’s Church and the Mausoleum of Karadjordjevic dynasty. Oplenac Mausoleum, is one of the most historic sites in Serbia housing the tombs of Karadorde. The church features five spectacular domes, white marble exterior, and interiors filled with mosaic frescoes of sixty Serbian monasteries.
Spiritual, cultural, and educational center of Serbia for over 200 years. Sremski Karlovci – a city surrounded by the preserved baroque and neo-classicist buildings and centuries of Serbian history and culture. Walk around, experience its baroque ambiance with its churches and cultural attractions.
Oldest cave in Serbia
Resava Cave lies in eastern Serbia in the region of Gornja Resava. This cave is known to be one of Serbia’s oldest caves with an age of about 80 million years old. The cave is 4.5 kilometers long and about 800 meters of it is accessible to visitors.
Uvac – Special Nature Reserve
Special nature reserve “Uvac” is a protected resource of great significance. Situated in one of Serbia’s most picturesque settings – the Uvac River valley. The Uvac Special Nature Reserve is home to 104 species of birds. In Uvac Canyon , you will find numerous caves varying in size. From cavelets to the largest cave system yet to be discovered in Serbia – the 6,185 meter long Ushac cave system. This system boast a wealth of natural cave ornaments, from stalactites, stalagmites, and columns.