Serbia is not a known Republic in the European continent. But Serbia has connected West with East for centuries – a land in which civilizations, cultures, faiths, climates, and landscapes meet and mingle.
However, there is a hidden beauty in itself. Mostly tourist spot in Europe is France and Italy. This land is not too familiar to the people comparing to the fame of France and Italy.
However, if you personally go there, you will surely be shocked by its stunning and spectacular view.
Now, it’s time to find out some of the spectacular places to visit when you’re planning your trip to Serbia.
Here are the 6 Gorgeous Places To Visit In Serbia.
Belgrade is the capital of the southeast European country of Serbia whose most significant landmark is the Beogradska Tvrdava, an imposing fortress at the confluence of the Danube and the Sava rivers.
Belgrade is the city that never sleeps and the symbol of great nightlife is one of the oldest cities in Europe and the only one built on the confluence of two rivers.
It is most famous for its vibrant nightlife and the vast variety of options it offers for having fun, especially to young people like floating clubs on its rivers have become synonyms for great parties and neverending fun, and Skadarlija, the bohemian street, for a place where music and singing can be heard until dawn making it a perfect destination for travelers from all over the world.
Nis is situated in the heart of the Balkan Peninsula and is the third-largest city in Serbia which is also the birthplace of the Roman emperor Constantine the Great, the city of Nis still embodies the combination of exotic East and elegant West.
Presently a modern tourist center with museums and historical sites that are on European must-see maps, the Serbian city of Nis has been a gate connecting the East and the West ever since it was established.
Here you can visit its numerous museums and sites of great historical importance like the Mediana archaeological site, the Nis fortress – the best-preserved Ottoman fort in this part of the Balkans or The Skull tower.
If you’re interested in history and ancient Rome then you should definitely visit Nis.
Tara is a mountain located in western Serbia which is a part of the Dinaric Alps and stands at 1,000 to 1,590 m above sea level.
The mountain’s slopes are clad in dense forests with numerous high-altitude clearings and meadows, steep cliffs, deep ravines carved by the nearby Drina River, and many karsts, or limestone caves.
Mount Tara with endless evergreen and deciduous forests, lush pastures, and vast meadows is one of the most beautiful corners of Serbia.
Don’t miss to explore Tara mountain as its untouched nature, skiing resorts and archaeological sites are the leading attributes – a mountain known for its diversity of flora and fauna.
Located south of the Danube river, near the city of Zajecar, Gamzigrad is an archaeological site, spa resort, and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Serbia.
It is the location of the ancient Roman complex of palaces and temples Felix Romuliana, built by Emperor Galerius in Dacia Ripensis. The derelict complex was named Gamzigrad or “Slithertown” by the newcomers, for many snakes inhabited the ruins. The walls in the shape of an irregular quadrangle are guarded by 20 towers and two gates. It is one of the most important Late Roman sites. Construction works started in 289 by the tetrarch Galerius to mark the place of his birth after a victory over the Persians. It was given the name Felix Romuliana in memory of his Queen mother Romula, a priestess of a pagan cult.
5. Lake Palic
Lake Palic is an artificial lake located some 8 km from Subotica, one of the most beautiful cities in Serbia. According to the legend, Lake Palic was created from the tears of shepherd Pavle who lost his herd and that is why the water is salty.
The beautiful beach of the lake includes the famous “Women strand /beach/” and had been wonderfully appointed into a tourist attraction that had always attracted visitors which is the right place for everyone looking for a pleasant holiday on the lake, walks in nature and good entertainment.
Don’t miss to visit as it is one of the most visited destinations in Serbia, above all, due to its beauty and diverse possibilities for holiday and relaxation.
6. Uvac Special Nature Reserve
Uvac Special Nature Reserve is a special nature reserve of category I in Serbia which is known for the successful project of the preservation of the griffon vulture.
It is located in the municipality of Nova Varos and Sjenica and it occupies the territory of 7543 acres.
A compound of unreal meanders that nature carved in a miraculous way, and the most beautiful color of crystal clear waters of Uvac Lake, will quickly introduce you to the magic of this special reservation.
When you’re at Uvac Special Nature Reserve, forget about all of your problems, hear the sounds of nature and enjoy the unspoiled natural wealth.