SERBIA

BELGRADE

Belgrade is the central point of Serbian economy, culture and education. It has a population of 1.5 million, making it the country’s largest city. The ravages of war over the past two centuries, however, have destroyed much of cities historical appearance. The only monuments left are those from the 19th century. While war has destroyed much of Belgrade, there are still ways to explore Belgrade’s history. The city has a network of streets built up after the Turks left the city in the latter half of the 19th century. Important buildings include the National museum, National Theatre, Kalemegdan Fortress, the Parliament, the Temple of Saint Sava and the Old Palace. Europa Coaches Dubrovnik will happily arrange a comfortable trip to the Serbian capital.

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NIŠ

Niš is the second largest city in Serbia. It is located in the south of the country on the main land routes connecting Belgrade to Bulgaria and Macedonia. Mediana is probably the most interesting Niš site. Constantine the Great was born in Niš. It is an active archaeological site. Work is underway to fully excavate the site. Niš fortress is also worth a visit. It is an old Turkish fortress located just to the north of the Niš main square and a site of numerous festivals. If you are curious about this city, give Europa Coaches Dubrovnik a call and within 9 hours, we will arrive to our destination.

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NOVI SAD

Novi Sad is the capital of Vojvodina, the northern Autonomous Province of Serbia. The distance between Dubrovnik and Novi Sad is about 500 km. Give Europa Coaches Dubrovnik a call and we will comfortably take you there. The fortress of Petrovaradin is a worthy of your visit. A fortress that no enemy has ever conquered now contains a museum. If you are traveling in July you should not miss the EXIT festival. It was founded in 2000 as an onset to the democratic revolution in the country and it attracts more and more visitors every year. It has a wide variety of music genres such as Rock, Dance, and Reggae. In 2004, it was listed as the biggest cultural event of South/Central Europe.

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