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4.5/5Wonderful!(63 area reviews)
Unique features of Stari Grad include the live music and art galleries. Make a stop by Republic Square or National Museum while you're exploring the area.
3.5/5Good!(8 area reviews)
Unique features of Novi Beograd include the river views and spas. Make a stop by Kombank Arena or Sportski Centar 11. april while you're exploring the area.
3.5/5Good!(14 area reviews)
Savski Venac is noteworthy for its bars, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Belgrade Fair and Partizan Stadium.
4.5/5Wonderful!(21 area reviews)
You'll enjoy the museums and churches in Vracar. You might want to make time for a stop at Nikola Tesla Museum or Church of Saint Sava.
4/5Very Good!(1 area review)
Zemun is noteworthy for its river views, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Lido Beach and Millenary Monument.
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Roam around famous sites like the Belgrade Fortress, sample “rakia” fruit brandy or head east to marvel at the Djerdap Gorge during your unforgettable trip to Serbia.
Score better prices on your holiday by bundling your flight and hotel bookings. There are plenty of hotels to choose from — 1297 in fact, starting at £62 a night. But don’t stop there. Add car rental and activities to your Serbia Holiday Package. The more you travel with Expedia, the greater the rewards! Why not treat yourself to a tour of the medieval monasteries and natural wonders of Eastern Serbia while you’re visiting?
Day 1-3: Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is the country’s busiest international airport and where many travellers begin their adventure. Settle into your hotel and then explore some of Belgrade’s most popular sites like Avala Tower, Gardos and St. Sava Temple. After dark, party it up in this renowned nightlife destination.
Day 4-5: Pick up a rental car and cruise southwest for around three hours to Tara National Park. This area is known for its picturesque waterfalls and caves. Nearby, you’ll find the photogenic Drina River House, a small cabin built on a rock in the middle of a river.
Day 6-7: Don’t miss the opportunity to visit Nis, at the crossroads of the most important routes connecting Europe and the Middle East. You’ll learn about some of the area’s history while under Ottoman rule and, later, German occupation during World War II.
Join the locals to celebrate Serbian National Statehood Day on February 15 each year. Festivities are held in a number of cities, including Belgrade and Orasac.
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