At only 60 minutes drive from Belgrade, one of the biggest surprises awaits any unprepared tourist: Svilajnac. In short, this town on the banks of the river Resava has EVERYTHING. The home of just under ten thousand people offers visitors so much that it is almost impossible to visit everything interesting in one day. Impossible, even if you only travel, without stopping to rest or eat. Quite an impossible task,[…]

When you enter Banja Vrujci (Vrujci Spa), a place not far from Mionica, a small town in central Serbia, it seems to you that time has stopped: an old-fashioned, peaceful and always cheerful atmosphere awaits you, which seems to be made to heal your body and spirit. At an altitude of 180 meters, only 92 kilometers from Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, Vrujci is an ideal place for vacation. Famous[…]

Small but cosy. Serbian, but king of Austrian. Such is Svilajnac. Modern and traditional, clean and hospitable. 110 kilometers from Belgrade, or about an hour by car. The president of the municipality of Svilajnac, Predrag Milanović, in an interview for Come to Serbia, says that they try to enrich their tourist offer from season to season. They quite succeed in that. The year for us was specific in many ways,[…]

When we went to Tkački dvor (Weaving Court) in the village of Rakari in the municipality of Mionica, our expectations were no different from the usual ones: we will see the house where Mrs. Zagorka Stojanović weaves, we will talk to her, she will tell her about ideas, plans, how many people come here, where she came from to Rakari , bearing in mind that she is an artist from[…]

The tourist offer of Mionica is rich and diverse. Through natural beauties, landscapes, Ribnica Nature Park, rivers Lepenica and Toplica, thermo-mineral springs in Banja Vrujci and Sports Center Mionica, to cultural landmarks such as the birthplace of Duke Zivojin Misic, old schools, religious buildings. With these words, Bojana Glišić, acting director of the Mionica Tourist Organization, begins the interview for the Come to Serbia portal. She talks about manifestations, visits[…]

Of the many things you can see in Serbia, dinosaurs are not at the top of the list of what you can expect, are they? However, in the center of the picturesque town of Svilajnac, on the banks of the river Resava, there is exactly this – life-size dinosaur models, arranged in a beautiful Dino Park within the Nature Center Svilajnac, the largest tourist attraction in this part of Serbia.[…]

The underground city of the Karadjordjevic dynasty, or the “Stone girl”, is a unique facility, not only in Serbia, but also in the world, and is potentially a great tourist attraction for the Drina region and the whole of Serbia. It was built between 1931 and 1934, as a hiding place for King Aleksandar Karadjordjevic, it has as many as 75 rooms connected by kilometers of corridors, and the Municipality[…]

Some 140 kilometers from Belgrade, near the town of Krupanj in Western Serbia, there is one of the most interesting tourist attractions in the country: the Church Park Dobri Potok, a complex of parks, museums and church buildings. In addition to the Church of the Assumption of the Holy Mother of God, which dominates this complex, the most interesting part of this exceptional place are the museums that are located[…]

As you walk between the wooden buildings in the Dobri Potok Church Park, a complex of parks, museums and church buildings, a few kilometers from Krupanj, a small town in western Serbia, you have the feeling that you are in another, more beautiful world. Everything here is perfect, it seems, ancient and deep, spiritual and calm, sublime and beautiful. Each building has its own purpose, and all together they fit[…]

When King Aleksandar Karadjordjevic made the decision to build the monumental underground complex of rooms, corridors and halls in the small town on the border of Serbia and Bosnia, Mali Zvornik, he could not know three things. First, that he will never live to see the completion of the construction of this “underground city”, since he was killed in Marseilles in 1934, and that this monumental construction project will never[…]