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Central Serbia, Destinations / 08.06.2018

If you’re a mountaineering enthusiast and avid hiker, then the Rudnik Mountain and its 9 peaks that soar over 1,000 m above sea level are what you want to climb. Here you will traverse sharp rocky peaks, wide open pastures and dense forestry, coming across medieval monuments along the way. All of this is located just 100 km south of Belgrade as well, making for an ideal day trip destination from Serbia’s capital....

Destinations, Western Serbia / 02.05.2018

If you’re into underground exploration then the Potpec Cave is exactly what you’re after. To explore this cave, you will make your way through the largest entrance of any cave in Serbia. Carved into a 70m high limestone wall, the horseshoe-shaped entrance is 50 m tall, 12 m wide at the base, and 22 m wide closer to the ceiling. Once you enter, you will make your way through a cave that is thought to have been home to Neolithic settlements. ...

Destinations, Eastern Serbia / 23.04.2018

If you were to look at a tourist map of Eastern Serbia, nobody could blame you for completely missing the Vratna River Canyon. After all, its neighbours include the Djerdap National Park, Resava Cave and the Krupajsko Spring, some of the countries best known natural attractions. Nevertheless, this hidden canyon and its arches, the likes of which you won’t see elsewhere in Europe, are an adventure destination you can’t miss....