European Capital of Culture


Welcome to Serbia the land of great natural, historical, and cultural wealth.
This unique and charming country offers gorgeous nature, energetic people, and decadent cuisine.
Serbia offers a magical experience no matter in which region you choose to travel.
Serbia's landscapes range from the endless plains of Vojvodina in the north to the dramatic mountains and gorges of the national parks in the south.
Monuments protected by UNESCO, the beauty of five national parks, tranquil townlets of the northern plains and the bustling metropolises, the legendary nightlife of the capital, Belgrade are just some of the reasons why you should  visit Serbia at least once in your life.

Why You Will Love Serbia

  • Belgrade - the “White city” that never sleeps
  • The charming Drvengard
  • Nis and the monument of Constantine the Great
  • Viminacijum - One of the largest and best-preserved cities of the Roman Empire
  • Devil’s Town - Serbia’s most majestic rock formations
  • Novi Sad – European Capital of Culture 2021
  • The iconic cabin on River Drina
  • Golubac Fortress - most photographed monument of Serbia


Useful information

  • Capital: Beograd
  • Area: 88,361 km2
  • Population: 7,300,000
  • Currency: Serbian dinar (RSD)
  • National parks: Fruska Gora, Djerdap Gorge/Iron Gate, Tara, Kopaonik and Sar Mountain
  • UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Stari Ras and Sopoćani – Novi Pazar, Studenica Monastery – Kraljevo, Medieval Monuments in Kosovo, Gamzigrad-Romuliana, Palace of Galerius – Zajecar, Stećci Medieval Tombstones Graveyards
  • Climate: Continental
  • Time zone: GMT+1
  • International airports: Belgrade, Nis