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7 Best Places to Visit in Serbia Before You Die

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Today we explore new country for you, and bring you the new list: 7 places to visit in Serbia before you die. Serbia is a small country in the Balkan Peninsula, one of Europe’s most affordable destinations to visit. Serbia is quite a safe destination to visit, and it offers fine attractions and experiences for travelers. With lovely landscapes, picturesque monasteries, exquisite nightlife – among the best in Europe, kind and lovely people, Serbia won’t leave you aloof.

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This is the place where famous Exit festival happens, on the Pertrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad, the country’s second-largest city. In Serbia, everywhere you will be greeted with “rakija”, a strong alcoholic beverage made from fruit, and with a hearty hello with three kisses on the cheeks. Flat grounds of Vojvodina, picturesque fortresses in the south, mountains of Kopaonik and Zlatibor are the country’s personal ID. If you’re planning on visiting this region, take a look at top that  8 places to visit in Croatia before you die  as well, since neighboring Croatia is also stunning. And today we guide you through the 7 best places in Serbia that are worth visiting.

7. Kalemegdan Fortress, Belgrade

The place where river Sava meets the mighty Danube, the crossroads of central Europe, is the location of the mighty fortress that endured numerous attacks throughout the history. The Huns, Romans, Goths, Byzantines, Turks and others fought here for the prevail of the strategic position in central Europe. Today Kalemegdan is a historic attraction with famous “Pobednik” – the Winner statue resembling the victory over Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Empire during the Balkan Wars and the First World War. Belgrade always stood in someone’s way, from the ancient history to recent times. Luckily, the rustic fortress of Kalemegdan lives on to tell the story of hundred battles.

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