If it is true that the picture is worth a thousand words, 20 pictures to inspire you to visit Serbia, will be more than enough.
Serbia and Belgrade have numerous tourist attractions that will awaken all your senses and take your breath away. I am convinced some images seem to look like they’ve been taken out of fairy tales.
No matter from where you start exploring this country, Serbia can be described with only two words, that would be simple: unimaginable nature.
From the fascinating canyons, beautiful gorges, imposing waterfalls, over the infinite mountain views, valuable medieval monasteries, fortresses, to amazing parks, and clear lakes; In Serbia, many places look ‘as if they were taken from the most beautiful fairy tale’.
20 Pictures To Inspire You To Visit Serbia
Belgrade sightseeing should start in the place where every story, tale, or myth about the city seems to have started. The Belgrade Fortress referred to as Kalemegdan is the top attraction of the city free of charge with its gates open to the public.
Novi Sad and Vojvodina
Novi Sad – relaxed and surrounded by fertile pastures, the Fruška Gora mountain, and the Danube river, the charming capital city of Vojvodina is a gem amongst the Serbian cities to visit.
Top Novi Sad and Vojvodina tours:
- Novi Sad and Sremski Karlovci Tour – Visit Serbia’s second-biggest city and its Petrovaradin fortress and the small baroque town of Karlovci. Wine tasting included!
- Novi Sad, Petrovaradin, Sr. Karlovci, and Krusedol from Belgrade – You will enjoy the tour with an excellent guide, luxury Mercedes vehicle, and top attractions in this region! This is one of the most popular tours outside Belgrade. Locations that you will visit are Krusedol medieval monastery from 15th century, Sremski Karlovci baroque town with a visit to the excellent family winery with tasting. Follows Novi Sad sightseeing with Petrovaradin Fortress, the second biggest in Europe.
Serbia’s mountains and rivers
Tara is located in Western Serbia near Zlatibor and Mokra Gora, and it presents an area of exceptional natural beauties. It is the perfect destination for relaxation and recreation.
Special Nature Reserve Uvac is located in the municipality of Nova Varoš and Sjenica and it occupies the territory of 7543 acres. The lowest point of this natural reserve is at 760, and the highest at 1322 meters of altitude.
Full Day Trip from Belgrade: Uvac Nature Reserve Tour
The Krupaj spring (Krupajsko vrelo) is a water spring in Eastern Serbia and Pomoravlje district on the right side of the river Krupaj, at an altitude of 220 meters. It is close to the village Milanovac, 35 kilometers from Žagubica.
Drina river house is a wooden, cabin-like house on the rock in the middle of the Drina river, near the town of Bajina Bašta in western Serbia. The original object was built in 1968 by a group of swimmers who needed a shelter. Read more on Wikipedia!
Full Day Trip from Belgrade: Drina River House & Sargan 8 Train + Wooden City
Zica and Studenica Monasteries Private Day Tour from Belgrade – This one-day tour is related to religion as well as to medieval painting and architecture. It will be informative and curious no matter if you are an Orthodox believer or not. The tour is about visiting two very important endowments from Serbian medieval history-Studenica and Zica monasteries. Besides that, you will enjoy some fascinating natural landscapes of the Sumadija region along the 2-hour way from Belgrade.
Monasteries, from Studenica and Sopocani to the Patriarchate of Pec; from the monasteries of Fruska Gora (near Novi Sad) to Manasija, Ravanica, and Zica, are Serbia’s best-known monasteries. Suggested monastery tours!
Danube and its fortress
Danube tour Day Trip from Belgrade
The Ram Fortress is a 15th-century fort situated on a steep slope on the right bank of the Danube, in the village of Ram, municipality of Veliko Gradište, eastern Serbia.
The Smederevo Fortress is a medieval fortified city in Smederevo, Serbia, which was the temporary capital of Serbia in the Middle Ages.
The Golubac Fortress was a medieval fortified town on the south side of the Danube River, 4 km downstream from the modern-day town of Golubac.
Tabula Traiana – Relic in a river gorge honoring the construction of a Roman military road in the 2nd century. It is possible to visit it taking one of many Danube tours from Belgrade.