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Majdanpek

Set in the little-traveled Serbia, Majdanpek gives access to the area's appealing landscapes.

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From Majdanpek, the notable city of Belgrade lies 80 miles to the west.

Feel the ocean air on your skin at Borsko Jezero Main Beach, 25 miles to the south.

The Majdanpek region contains a few natural havens with unique landscapes and local flora and fauna. Borsko Jezero Dam, some 25 miles away from Majdanpek, is one example.

Boljetin and Donji Milanovac are two more interesting places worth checking out while you're in the region. They're 8 miles and 9 miles away, respectively.

To find Iron Gates Museum, Museum of the Hydroelectric Power Plant and Drobeta-Turnu Severin Art Museum, you need to head northeast from Majdanpek for 35 miles to Gura Vaii. Theodor Costescu Cultural Palace and Drobeta-Turnu Severin Cathedral are some more places that you won't want to miss.

If you hear yourself yawning once too often, follow the lead of active locals and try your hand at mountain climbing or hiking.

If your perfect vacation is dependent upon getting outdoors and enjoying the cold weather, Serbia will be perfect. Snowboarding and skiing are both popular activities here.

Many people like to take in some culture while they're here. Sound appealing? You'll find a range of art museums, history museums and art galleries in the region.

Time spent at some of the region's historic sites will provide you with a deeper understanding of its past. Make sure you don't miss its ruins, castles, traditional villages, fortresses, historic palaces and archeological sites.

This region is known to have a deep religious dimension. You can see this in its sacred monasteries.

In order to truly grasp the heart and soul of Serbia, you're going to need to acquaint yourself with its unique aromas and tastes.

Be sure to ask about the more common regional ingredients, like cabbage and onion.

Some popular meals worth sampling are karadordeva (stuffed veal) and pecenje na raznju (spit-roasted meat).

End with orascine (walnut pastry), a delicious dessert.

Most places will have Ruski Kvas on tap. Order a few pints with your pals and find out what makes this beer so popular.

Vrnjci (sparkling water), an alcohol-free option, is the ideal choice at any time of the day.

Perhaps one of the most genuine gestures you can give to the locals you meet on your travels is to make the effort to memorize a few common words and phrases in their language. Dobar dan means good afternoon. What's your name? is another useful one to have in your arsenal, so try getting your mouth around Kako se zoveš.

You should be happy to learn that the 15th of February is National Day, a day of celebration for the nation.

If only vacations went on forever. However, you'll have to say "Vidimo se kasniјe!" to Majdanpek at some point. At least once you return home you'll have loads of amazing stories to tell!

You don't have to worry about catching your flight. Just be sure to remember that the closest airport is 85 miles to the west.