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Serbia

Country Capital:

Belgrade

Country Description:

Serbia, officially the Republic of Serbia, is a landlocked country in Central and Southeast Europe. It is situated at the crossroads of the Pannonian Plain and the Balkans, bordering Hungary to the north, Romania to the northeast, Bulgaria to the southeast, North Macedonia to the south, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina to the west, and Montenegro to the southwest; while claiming a border with Albania through the disputed territory of Kosovo.Serbia has a population of almost 7 million, with Belgrade as its capital and largest city.

Major Cities

Belgrade
Novi Sad
Niš

3★+ Accommodation Starting At:

$20

(Per Room, Per Night)

Atlandis Top 3 'Things to Do'

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Private Day Tour from Belgrade To Mountain Tara and Mokra Gora With Train Ride

Depart the main tourist trail to experience western Serbia on this private tour from Belgrade. Avoid the time and research needed for a self-drive trip and travel by private vehicle with a driver-guide who’ll ensure you get maximum sightseeing value from the day. Highlights include a ride on Mokra Gora’s Sargan Eight railroad, plus visits to Drvengrad Wooden City, Tara National Park and the Drina River House. Hotel pickup and drop-off and a lunch stop (own expense) complete your day.

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Belgrade Big Tour: Top Attractions and Belgrade Neighborhoods

If you only take one tour in Belgrade make it this one—the ‘Big Tour’ offers a comprehensive itinerary packed with all the highlights of the Serbian capital. With an expert guide and a small group of just 8 travelers, visit the Old Town and New Belgrade; explore the atmospheric neighborhoods of Zemun, Dedinje, and Avala; and see sights including the Church of Saint Sava, Belgrade Fortress, the House of Flowers, and Avala Tower.

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Blue Danube Tour - Iron Gate National Park

Follow the Danube River to Golubac Fortress, Iron Gate Gorge, and Lepenski Vir on a full-day tour from Belgrade. Combining the sites is a fascinating glimpse of the many cultures that have thrived along the Danube and it’s a straightforward way to reach the widely scattered destinations outside Belgrade's city limits.

'Things To Do' information provided by Viator and TripAdvisor. Contact Atlandis Vacations for the best prices.

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