Serbia’s National Tourism Organisation estimates revenue to the country from tourism activities in 2017 amounted to about € 1.2 billion euro ($1.4 billion).
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras hailed historic ties with Serbia in a televised exchange with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic yesterday. The meetup was part of a Western Balkans conference promoting bilateral relations between the Balkans nations.
In summer, Golubac is an attractive Serbian destination for nature lovers. Its August regatta is popular too.
Belgrade will be busy at the end of February. Sajam Turizma, an international tourism fair with tradition, will coincide with the Catering Equipment Fair – HORECA and the International Wine Fair – BEOWINE, which are both held at the same location. Sajam Turizma itself has been welcoming hospitality pros and their guests since 1978. This […]
For visitors to Belgrade, nights out on the town have never been more artsy and more fun. In the spotlight this month is Galerija Stab, and its Saturday night exhibition openings that remain packed til the morning light.
The St. Regis Iconic Luxury Brand will Move Into Exclusive 40-story Tower as the Crown Jewel of the Highly Anticipated Belgrade Waterfront Development.
Coming up from April 12-16 Belgrade’s Resonate Festival 2016 brings its fifth installment of avant-garde electonic music and events to Serbia’s capital.
According to the most recent reports from ADAC, Belgrade tops a list of “most inexpensive” destinations in Europe. According to the new list compiled by the “club”, the Serbian capital costs tourists €41 per day only.
Coming September 18th through 20th to Irig, the “Pudarski dani” is one of the region’s most fascinating and authentic wine events. According to tradition, PUDAR is a vineyard guard pitted against starlings and other vineyard thieves of all sorts bent on destroying the harvest. Through a procession of rattling and using clappers like animated scarecrows, the guards war off those vermin. And just in time for the grape harvest in late September.
Serbia has now become the first country in eastern Europe to adopt “EcoDots – Europe Green Travel”, an international green initiative aimed at connecting tourists and the hospitality industry. From hospitality sector professionals to local communities, the initiative promotes sustainable travel across Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Slovenia and Serbia.
This week the Serbian government announced an agreement to renovate the magnificent Golubac Fortress as part of the Danube Strategy in Serbia. According to the report, €6.6 million euro has been earmarked for funding the project.
Initiated by students against Serbia’s Milosevic regime back in 2000, the Exit Festival has since become a one of Europe’s most massive music events. EXIT 2014 runs from July 10th thru 13th, bringing the world’s most formidable performers together with a record crowd of fans.