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Vojvodina - Colorful northern part of Serbia, intertwined plains with Danube, Tisa, Sava and other smaller rivers.
Very popular among travelers, because of its beautiful varieties: ranches, traditional music, incredible gastronomy, beautiful nature...

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Vojvodina - Colorful northern part of Serbia, intertwined plains with Danube, Tisa, Sava and other smaller rivers.
Very popular among travelers, because of its beautiful varieties: ranches, traditional music, incredible gastronomy, beautiful nature...

Regions
Regions

Vojvodina - Colorful northern part of Serbia, intertwined plains with Danube, Tisa, Sava and other smaller rivers.
Very popular among travelers, because of its beautiful varieties: ranches, traditional music, incredible gastronomy, beautiful nature...

Regions
Regions

Vojvodina - Colorful northern part of Serbia, intertwined plains with Danube, Tisa, Sava and other smaller rivers.
Very popular among travelers, because of its beautiful varieties: ranches, traditional music, incredible gastronomy, beautiful nature...

Regions
Regions

Vojvodina - Colorful northern part of Serbia, intertwined plains with Danube, Tisa, Sava and other smaller rivers.
Very popular among travelers, because of its beautiful varieties: ranches, traditional music, incredible gastronomy, beautiful nature...

Regions

Vojvodina

Colorful northern part of Serbia, intertwined plains with Danube, Tisa, Sava and other smaller rivers. Very popular among travelers, because of its beautiful varieties: ranches, traditional music, incredible gastronomy, beautiful nature, cosmopolitan spirit, rich cultural and historical heritage and the incredible diversity of flora and fauna.

The slopes of Fruška Gora and Vršačke mountains are ideal for tasting excellent wines, historic and touristic tours and gorgeous nature. Visit Vojvodina and feel the generous spirit of its people.

It is located in the Pannonian Plain of Central Europe. It has a population of about 2 million, about 27% of Serbia’s total. The region is divided by the Danube and Tisza rivers into: Bačka in the northwest, Banat in the east and Srem in the southwest. A small part of the Mačva region is also located in Vojvodina, in the Srem District. Today, the western part of Srem is in Croatia, the northern part of Bačka is in Hungary, the eastern part of Banat is in Romania (with a small piece in Hungary), while Baranja (which is between the Danube and the Drava) is in Hungary and Croatia. Vojvodina has a total surface area of 21,500 km2. Vojvodina is also part of the Danube-Kris-Mures-Tisa euro region.

Most of Vojvodina area is a flat terrain, but there are several mountain areas such are Fruška Gora, Vršac Mountains, Titelski Breg, and Zagajička Brda, as well as sandy areas such are Deliblatska Peščara (nicknamed “the European Sahara”), and Subotička Peščara.

There are also many water areas in Vojvodina, including rivers, lakes, bogs, as well as artificial canals used for agricultural production and water traffic, most notable of those is Danube-Tisa-Danube Canal. Main rivers in Vojvodina are: Danube, Sava, Tisa, Begej, Tamiš, Karaš, Bosut.

Main lakes and bogs are: Palić, Ludoš, Ledinci, Rosanda, Obed bog.

Hunting grounds in Vojvodina include agricultural lands and forests. Main agricultural hunting grounds in Vojvodina are located near Bečej, Senta, Kanjiža, Novi Kneževac, Ečka, Novo Miloševo, Padej, Kikinda, Ada, and Sombor. Main forest hunting grounds are located in Posavina (near river Sava), Podunavlje (near river Danube), Fruška Gora, Vršac Mountains, Deliblatska Peščara, and Subotička Peščara. Hunted animals include rabbits, deer, different sorts of birds, boars, mouflons, etc.

Main fishing grounds in Vojvodina are located on the Danube river near Apatin, Sombor, Bačka Palanka and Novi Sad, on the Sava river near Sremska Mitrovica, on the Bosut river near Šid, on Obedska bara in Srem, on the Palić lake in Bačka, on the Danube-Tisa-Danube Canal, on rivers Tisa and Tamiš, as well as on the lakes and channels in southern Banat, near Bela Crkva and Kovin.

Eastern Serbia

Đerdap gorge - Iron Gate, Lepenski Vir, Gamzigrad, Soko Spa, Srebrno jezero, Gamzigrad – Felix Romuliana, Rajačke Pimnice - the 18th century wine production settlements, Rajac village, Jerma canyon, Vlasina, Fairy’ s grove, Pčinja river, monasteries Manasija and Ravanica with Resava cave are the mysteries of this region. Timočka Krajina with its cellars wine, villages with sounds of authentic Serbian and Vlaška music, Homolje Mountain as well as - “old lady” - Stara Planina keeps numerous waterfalls, caves, rivers, streams and brooks.

One of the most interesting secret of this region is the village Topli Do in the district of Pirot because of its many water sources. Eastern Serbia keeps the secrets of traveling through time: from prehistoric civilizations through Roman Empire, medieval cities and fortress to the Ottoman Empire, it is hard to make a difference between richness of cultural-historic monuments or with natural beauties.

The seal of Eastern Serbia surely gives Danube with its Đerdap gorge that mysteriously and quietly stands above.

The art of the pre-history settlement of Lepenski Vir – with unique stone sculptures of fish-like gods, captured the world’s attention. The remains of Viminacium, which was the capital city of the Roman province of Upper Moesia and an important Roman military camp, are located in the current city of Kostolac. Felix Romuliana, near Zaječar, is one of the most quintessential and a complex example of Roman court architecture under UNESCO protection.

Homolje is a special region in eastern Serbia. One of its unique features is its many gorges, including Gornjačka and Ribarska, as well as the gorges carved by the Velika and Mala Tisnica, Osanička and Do Rivers. The Vrelo Mlave spring is a special tourist attraction.

Smederevo Fortress, as well as the Ram and Golubac fortresses, is located on the banks of the Danube. One of the most beautiful gorges in Europe, the Đerdapska Klisura (Iron Gate), is located here too, as are the Đerdap National Park and a hydroelectric power plant of the same name.

Timočka Krajina is also known for its grape-growing tradition. The conditions in this region are perfect for growing the common grape vine. From the village of Rajac, a 15-minute drive brings you to the Rajačke Pimnice wine cellars, on the way passing through beautiful forests in which enthusiasts pick mushrooms, elderberry flowers and lemon balm leaves, which make a very calming tea.

Many myths revolve around Rtanj Mountain. Whether you believe in them or not, the air, food and medicinal plants of this area really do border on the magical. Winds from the Carpathian Mountains, Adriatic Sea and the northern plains meet here, so not only do you feel the benefits of fresh, clean air, but in essence you are breathing in a “medicine” which rids you of coughs, cleanses your lungs and strengthens your immune system.

Do not forget to buy or pick for yourself the ingredients for the famous Rtanj tea, which only grow at the base of this magical mountain.

Towards the southeast there is the town of Pirot and its surroundings, made famous by the Pirot ćilims (woven rugs) which are made by hand on looms in the villages around Stara Planina Mountain. The carpets are dominated by red color and the decorative patterns are always geometric with a stylized bird, flower, collared dove or an item found in the weaver’s local area. Traditional dishes made in Pirot are unique to the region.

Eastern Serbia is the field of adventure tourism by excellence through its mountainous wilderness and its many waterways where therefore there are many spa to relax and enjoy the beauty of the landscape.

Central Serbia

The region of Šumadija is the spiritual and cultural capital of Serbia and has given its own touch and contribution to much of that which makes Serbia different. Here trumpets and pipes are provide musical entertainment, Serbian folk dance weaves in and out at major gatherings, cold days are warmed up by a mug of “Šumadija Tea” - (Serbian Rakia brandy heated and sweetened with honey or sugar), and people still gather round to hear stories of Serbian heroes and army commanders, great battles and even greater victories. Partially cleared forests were transformed into Wine from Župa and the royal cellars in Oplenac and rakija (brandy) from Čačak and Kraljevo are droplets of history distilled into tradition.

Small and large rivers like the Zapadna Morava, Studenica, Ibar and Gruža flow through central Serbia, but this region is also home to numerous natural mineral water springs with proven medicinal qualities - these are Serbia’s spas. Once this area was full of woods and that was the reason for its present name (Šuma means forest). Sumadija is the heart of new Serbia both in geographic and historic sense.

The first Serbian rising against the Turkish rule started in Orašac close to Arandjelovac and the second rising began in not far from Kragujevac. These were the reasons why king Petar chose Oplenac near Topola for a place to build a mausoleum for his dynasty - Karadjordjevic. At the farthest south, there is Ovčar- Kablarska gorge. It is famous for its natural beauties and monasteries. Rural tourism is very developed, and joyful landscapes with forests and meadows simply lure tourists.

Located near rivers, springs and streams and on mountains slopes, the villages of central Serbia offer opportunities for a varied and active holiday, which depending on the season, it can be a mixture of fishing, hunting, skiing, swimming, horse-riding, picking medicinal plants and forest fruits, walking, biking, preparing food and winter provisions with hosts, rakija distilling or grape-picking. Some village households hold workshops on how to make handicrafts and prepare traditional food or dry plums. Touring the landmarks of mediaeval Serbia - its many monasteries further adds to the powerful spiritual electricity felt across the region. The Endowment of King Petar I is located in Oplenac, and of special interest is the Church of St George, known for its unusually beautiful mosaics.

The Dragačevo Brass Bands Festival in Guča, with its rich and unique tradition, celebrating good music, world-class fun and genuine hospitality, has helped to make Serbia’s name known around the world.

The Rajac Mow (Kosidba na Rajcu) is an event born from the tradition of mowing, in which relatives, neighbors and friends came together to cultivate the land. At that time, the mountain meadows below Rajac, near Ljig, were mowed in the middle of summer to the melodies of authentic folk songs.

Western Serbia

Householders in the villages of western Serbia were the first to invite tourists into their homes as guests. From Šabac and Tršić to the Mionica and Užice areas, from Povlen and Zlatibor to Tara and Šargan, from Zlatar and Ivanjica to Kamena Gora and Jabuka and mountains rich in coniferous forests and streams, many a village household catering to tourists can be found. This region is also home to specialethnic parkssuch as Sirogojno and Drvengrad.

Houses are built from classic materials, most commonlywood, on stone foundations, and the architecture is interesting and striking. The interior exudes warmth, sometimes from the fireplace, sometimes from its simplicity or from its woolen or ceramic handicrafts. That is why you feel as if someone close to you has invited you into their home for a while so you can freshen up, recharge your batteries and strengthen yourself to take on life.

The famous Drina Regatta, held at the end of July, is a special gathering of over 5,000 people who float down the river on wooden rafts to the sound of brass bands. Every January the village of Mačkat, located halfway between Užice and Zlatibor, holds thePršutijada - a festival dedicated to smoked-ham products, which have been prepared the same traditional way for centuries.

The Zlakusa International Colony of Fine Arts Ceramics, which is held every summer at the end of August in the little village of Zlakusa, near Užice, attracts artists from around the world. The mediaeval Mileševa monastery, located near Prijepolje, is known the world over for its fresco of the White Angel and riding a train on the Šargan Eight (Šarganska Osmica), an old, winding narrow gauge railway in Mokra Gora, is not to be missed by tourists.

Potpećka Pećina cave, protected by law and located near Užice, is unique for its horseshoe-shaped entrance. The Serbian or Pančić spruce (Picea omorika), a natural rarity, occupies place-of-honor on the list of over 1,000 other plant species in the Tara National Park. Observing Griffon Vultures in their natural habitat, the canyons of the Uvac river, is something which should not be missed.

Southern Serbia

Mountainous region, south Serbia offers great possibilities for green tourism. You will be surprised by the atypical landscapes such as that of caves. It is also a region convenient to the relaxation thanks to its thermal spas in a green and peaceful environment. Archeological sites such as those of Gamzigrad or Caričin grad make this region culturally rich area. The city of Niš is the main city of south Serbia and shelters interesting Roman and Ottoman vestiges.

Stolovi mountain, vineyards of Župa Aleksandrovačka, National park Kopaonik, Jastrebac, Devil’s Town – a world wide famous natural phenomenon, Vranje - the city of Serbian trumpet school, Niš spa, Prolom spa, cities of Kruševac and Niš, famous monastery Prohor Pčinjski, Vlasina lake and the region of Pirot with the river and monastery Temska and a gorge.

Town of Niš, used mainly as a stop-over on the way to nearby towns, is remembered for the very unfortunate attempts by Serbs to free themselves of Ottoman rule. As a warning to those considering further rebellion (and now a popular tourist attraction), the Ćele Kula, or skull tower, was erected from the skulls of beheaded Serbs.

Zlatibor, in the southwest offers a short ski season but is also worth a visit in the Summer months for its mountain scenery and hiking trails. With its enduring Ottoman feel, Novi Pazar has some significant monasteries, and in Kopaonik, where the winter is nice and long (as early as November until as late as April), there’s primo skiing to be had.

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