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Krusevac Vacation Packages
Krusevac Vacation Packages
Belgrade is situated 95 miles to the northwest of Krusevac, and Skopje lies 110 miles to the south.
Borsko Jezero Main Beach, located 50 miles to the northeast of Krusevac, is essential viewing. Get your feet wet and inhale the fresh air at this delightful beach.
Want to take your family on a winter getaway? Kapaonik Touristic Center has the ideal conditions for a snowboarding adventure. It's 35 miles away from Krusevac.
Do you think you've seen everything in Krusevac? Don't forget Lazarica.
See what local events are taking place in the surrounding region and head to Celije or Ribarska Banja.
Around 25 miles to the north of Krusevac is Ćuprija, a regional center where you can visit Aqua Park, Wax Museum and Church of the Holy Trinity. Fontana Slobode and Jagodina Go-Karting Center are also certainly worth spending time at.
Adventurous souls who want to step outside and enjoy the natural elements should sign up for mountain climbing and hiking.
The winter season offers thrill-seekers so many new opportunities for outdoor activities. Pull on your warmest clothes and give snowboarding and skiing a try.
Rain clouds rolling in? There's no need to worry. Serbia has plenty of art museums, history museums and art galleries.
You'll find that the region offers some intriguing old sites that will appeal to anyone interested in local history. Be sure to add some of its ruins, castles, traditional villages, fortresses, historic palaces and archeological sites to your itinerary.
Delve into the region's religious dimension by visiting its numerous monasteries.
Make sure you satisfy your taste buds with a tour of the region's cafés and restaurants.
Of the many ingredients you'll come across during your dining discovery, cabbage and onion are among the most important.
How about trying karadordeva (stuffed veal) and pecenje na raznju (spit-roasted meat)? These dishes are staples around here.
Top it all off with orascine (walnut pastry), a dreamy dessert.
Get yourself a pint of Ruski Kvas, one of this area's best beers.
Vrnjci (sparkling water) is a popular non-alcoholic beverage that you can readily enjoy morning or night.
The soul of a place echoes not only within its scenery, but also in the cadences of its language. Practicing just a few simple greetings and expressions in Serbian will make your experience infinitely richer. Koliko ovo košta? is Serbian for how much is this. Kako se zoveš? is also worthwhile knowing. It translates to what's your name.
Visiting during the 15th of February offers you a good look at National Day.
It's a sad fact of life, but every vacation must eventually come to an end. As the curtain falls on your Krusevac adventure, say "Doviđenja", spend the last of your Serbian dinars, and remember all the awesome adventures you've had.
When your departure time is nearing, you'll want to know that Pristina International Airport is roughly 70 miles to the south.