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Novi Sad, Serbia
Facts about Serbia
Area: 102 350 sq. km
Population: 9 600 000
Other major cities: Nis, Novi Sad, Prishtina, Subotica
Currency: Serbian Dinar (DIN)
Language: Serbian, Albanian
Telephone country code: 00 381
Time Zone: GMT + 1 hour. - Summer: GMT + 2 hours
Serbia TOP Destinations
Belgrade’s most important attraction – the famous medieval Kalemegdan fortress. The city consists of 3 districts: Novi Beograd, which is the modern part of the city and the central shopping area; Zemun, which was originally an independent settlement, later joined to Belgrade; and Stari Grad, the old part of the city. More...
Called as „Serbian Athens”, Novi Sad’s old town (Stari Grad) is known by its mainly baroque, neoclassical buildings and churches. Novi Sad’s main tourist attraction is the Petrovaradin citadel. The fortress is also a site for 88 art studios of Novi Sad-based painters and sculptors, and the venue of EXIT, the biggest music festival in Serbia. More...
Niš is one of the oldest cities in the Balkans, and the city has some unique attractions to offer to the tourists.The Niš fortress was built by the Turks in the middle of the 17th century. More...
Mt.Zlatibor is a beautiful mountain located in southwest Serbia rising to an altitude between 700 and 1,500 metres above sea level.The biggest river is the Veliki Rzav that is also heralded as the cleanest river in Serbia and on the mountains southern slopes is the Uvac River that has carved a breathtaking canyon before flowing into the River Drina. More...
World Heritage Sites in SerbiaGamzigrad - Romuliana, located in South Serbia, is a fortified palace of the Roman emperor from the time of the Tetrarchy, Gaius Valerius Galerius Maximianus. More...
Decani Monastery is 17 km from Pec on the road to Prizren. This church is the largest construction of medieval Serbia and it was built from 1328 to 1355. More...