Lim is one of Serbia's most exciting rivers, fast and cold offers plenty of challenges. The Tara, is beautiful and interesting river for rafting.
Located at the Danube and Sava rivers, Belgrade has a destructive past: It was fought over in 115 wars. Today, the city is more peaceful.
Zlatibor is a popular tourist destination, filled with facilities to keep you happy and healthy, from skiing in the winter to hiking in the summer.
Serbia offers a variety of hiking options for walkers of all aptitudes. Some of the top destinations include the National Parks of Fuska Gora.
The Studenica Monastery, located in central Serbia, has plenty of wow! factor, starting with lush green grass and two white marble churches.
Derdap National Park has four gorges that stretch 115 km through the valleys. It is located on Danube River near the imposing riverfront Golubac fortress.
Serbia has more than 4,000 caves. For lovers of more 'unregulated' caving, potholing guides can be hired to explore wilder caves.
from sedate to challenging, Serbia offer this and everything in between. Options for the more sedate cyclists include the famous Danube Bike Trail.
Prizren is a good walking city, everything is close together. Several churches can be found in the city center, with medieval architecture.
Kopaonik is the highest mountain in Serbia, becoming a national park in 1981. Rugged and scenic, the park is home to Serbia’s main ski resort.
Devil’s Town, which got its name from the strange rock shapes, composed of more than 200 unique rock formations that tower over the landscape.
It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and the Balkans, dating back to 279 BC. Also in the city center are remains of an 18th century fortress built by the Turks.