Bovansko jezero

Stevan Sindjelic is a sacred name for all Serbs: it is the name of the hero who made the greatest sacrifice in the fight for liberation against the Turks. This hero did the unthinkable in 1809: surrounded by 6,000 Turks, faced with defeat in the battle of Chegar, seeing that he could not win, he fired from his holster into a barrel full of gunpowder and killed himself, the rebellious[…]

The 42nd International Tourism Fair in and three related exhibitions opened today at the Belgrade Fair: the International “BeoWine” Wine Fair, the “Horeca-Equipment” International Hotel and Catering Equipment Fair and the “See Serbia” Souvenir Fair. Until Sunday, February 23rd, under the slogan “Get Going”, the tourist offer will be presented by more than 900 exhibitors from 40 countries, with the presence of a significant number of business visitors from all[…]

The municipality of Bogatic can rightly be called the hidden tourist treasure of Serbia, given its potential, especially when it comes to geothermal waters, where this municipality is one of the leaders in the region. In addition to famous events such as the Brigant Regatta, Brigant Night and Macvan Lilas, there are also ethno parks such as Sovljak and Avlija, Thermal Riviera and Jokin Grab Spa, Ilinje Monastery, churches in[…]

The greatest pride of the Vladimirci municipality is certainly the Kaona monastery. It is about 90 kilometers from Belgrade or an hour and a half by car. In the heart of Machva region in Western Serbia… Monastery building, churches, lake, auxiliary buildings, tourist facilities, perfectly maintained grass – everything is so perfectly integrated into the untouched natural surroundings of the beautiful West of Serbia make the monastery complex a place[…]

There are few places, not only in Serbia, but also in the world, where you can find pristine, preserved natural beauty, and right next to it, kind people who will help you to fully enjoy it. One such place is the Jokin Grab Spa, located a few kilometers from the Serbian town of Bogatic, otherwise known for its abundance of geothermal springs. This spa operates throughout the four seasons, and[…]

Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, is the largest tourist center in the country. Every year, millions of foreign and domestic tourists visit Belgrade, looking for fun and relaxing. Belgrade, besides being full of various events, especially at night, and tourist attractions, is a beautiful city, one of the most beautiful in Europe. The Building of the National Assembly of Serbia is dominating the center. In it, 250 MP-s vote for[…]

Who better to talk about Krupanj than the first man of this municipality, Ivan Isailovic? That’s why we asked him what the local and foreign visitors would have to see in Krupanj. In an interview for portal Come To Serbia, Ivan Isailović says that the first archaeological findings in Krupanj have been dated to the Neolithic period, in the form of remains of ceramics and a single axe made out[…]

The Celije Monastery in the vicinity of Valjevo is one of the most sacred and most important holy places in Serbia. A traveller can feel the peace of this sanctuary as he descends into the valley where this building is located. Nobody knows exactly when the monastery was erected, but it is clear that it was during a period between 1282 and 1316, when King Dragutin Nemanjić ruled these parts,[…]

As we get closer to the Memorial Church of the Ascencion of Lord in Krupanj, the most impressive building in this city, we feel the complexity, the deep history carved into the Balkans, Serbia, Krupanj… Beneath all the smiles, beneath all nature, all freshness and joy, beneath the beautiful green landscape – there is a lot of history, there are many untold stories, many revolutions, accidents, tragedies… This imposing stone[…]

There are some special places on this planet, places that always gathered people with their magic, ever since people began to exist. One such place, located 300 meters from the Petnica Research Station near Valjevo, is the magical Petnička cave, a wonder of nature that people have always called home. As you enter, moving along the long, narrow corridors always finding new, huge, wide and magnificent halls, it becomes clear[…]