Serbia Tour Package
|Serbia Tour Itinerary
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|Best of Serbia Tour Package
||05 Days / 04 Nights
|Exciting Serbia Tour
||06 Days / 05 Nights
|6 Nights Serbia Trip from India
||07 Days / 06 Nights
|8 Days Serbia Honeymoon Package
||08 Days / 07 Nights
|Exquisite Serbia Package
||09 Days / 06 Nights
Official Name - Republika Srbija1 (Republic of Serbia)
Capital - Belgrade
Official Language - Serbian
Currency: Serbian Dinar
Total Area (SQ KM) - 77,589
Urban-Rural Population - Urban: (2018) 56.1% - Rural: (2018) 43.9%
Serbia Holiday Packages
Diverse, welcoming & a hell of a lot of fun everything you never heard about Serbia is true. Best of all, this landlocked country in the heart of the Balkans is still fantastically off the tourist trail. While the spirited Serbian spirit is embodied in Belgrade's world-class nightlife and Novi Sad's epic exit festival, look beyond these historical metropolises and you’ll discover a crucible of cultures as well as unsullied outdoors ripe for exploration. So, if you want to travel to a wonderful country called Serbia after that you can explore the best of it with Book Swan Tours Serbia Tour Packages.
5 Best Places to Visit in Serbia
Serbia Tour today is a blend of cultures, having been fought over by the Romans, Ottomans, Hapsburgs and other people in its war-torn past. Now, it’s a place for fun, from rowdy parties to beer festivals, one of the most scenic spots around.
Belgrade, Serbia's capital and also the largest city, wasn't always the pretty city it is today. Located at the confluence of the Danube and also Sava rivers, Belgrade has a destructive past: It was fought over in 115 wars as well as burnt 44 times. Today, the city is more peaceful, hosting various occasions varying from book fairs to music, film and also beer festivals. The Belgrade Fortress is the city's most renowned historical site with galleries and churches. It's also a good place to see the rivers and also the city itself. The top museum consists of the National Museum, with more than 400,000 exhibits, and also the Nikola Tesla Museum, with thousands of the inventors’ personal items and documents.
2. Subotica City Hall
Subotica, the country's 5th largest city, is one of the very best locations to visit in Serbia Trip for at least a couple of factors: It has the highest Catholic population at the most art nouveau buildings of anywhere else in the country. Of particular note is the city hall as well as the synagogue, both build in the very early 1900s. But this city, which predates the middle ages, also is known for its older buildings, including the Cathedral of St. Theresa of Avila, built-in 1797. Coffee shops around the primary square, home to city hall as well as its blue fountain are an excellent place to relax, possibly admiring buy from Buvljak, among the largest flea markets in Europe.
3. Novi Sad
You have likely started to hear chatter about Novi Sad. It's slated to be either European capitals of Culture in 2021, and a result, a flurry of renovations have actually taken place in this peaceful second biggest city in Serbia.
However beyond the fortress, Novi Sad is home to extremely vibrant midtown loaded with hip cafés and also delicious restaurants serving Serbian faves. Don't miss the white wine bars offering local wine.
4. Tara National Park
Wilderness at its best is the Tara National Park. It is home to several bird species and also many endangered animals. The highlight of this national park is the Drina River canyon. Go river rafting or kayaking here; choose what suits your idea of water sports. The park has over 200 kilometers of cycling as well as hiking trails. Explore this dramatic wilderness as soon as and you will be left asking for more. Your holidays in Serbia will be incomplete without a visit to this Balkan gem!
5. Church of St. Sava
The Monolithic building dominates the entire landscape of the city with its beauty. It's built on a location where St. Sava's relics were burnt by the Ottoman. It's one of the biggest Eastern Orthodox Church in the country and also ranks to be the world's largest buildings. The church's architecture is centrally planned and constructed with a beautiful dome supported on an arcade.
Best Time to Visit Serbia
Usually, Serbia's weather condition is quite moderate, with a mixture of Central European and also Mediterranean conditions providing the capacity for the great climate in all seasons. Both summer and also winter season are prone to periodic days of severe weather conditions, with periodic completely dry, hot day’s summer and heavy snowfalls from December to April. The majority of rainfall happens from March to April and also from October to November. Despite the temperature occasionally rising above 35 degrees C in the south, cold spells are not uncommon. With this in mind, it's a good idea to be prepared for all temperatures (regardless of the season), as well as pack a combination of summer & winter clothes. For nature lovers, spring brings progressing flowers as well as warm temperatures, and also the countryside at its greenest during this time.
Why Traveling With Swan Tours?
Serbia is a country we have travelled at length across many trips, and so we have discovered the truth behind this fascinating and often misunderstood country. That so a couple of tourist visits Serbia makes its eccentric views all the more interesting. It flaunts the wealth of historical and historical sites from pre-Roman, Roman and medieval periods.
At Swan Tours, we offer cultural itineraries in Serbia, diving into its key sights and also going to some quirky attractions. We also offer customized Serbia tour packages taking in Serbia alongside several of its Balkan neighbours. We are extremely experienced at creating Serbia itineraries to match our client's various interests - so whether you are seeking history, hiking, skiing or a city break so get in touch and one of our travel specialists will take care of your requirements.