Now entering its ninth incarnation, the Belgrade Dance Festival has rapidly ascended to the status of world-class cultural event, one that is eagerly awaited by fans of Serbia’s finest performing arts.
Belgrade European Capital of Culture 2020 Bid Given Boost
The city of Belgrade’s bid to land the honor of Europe’s Capital of Culture for 2020 has been given a strong boost after the mayor of Athens announced that he would support the Serbian capital’s candidacy.
Exit Fest 2011 – Serbia Rocks for All Europe
Summer is music festival time across Europe, but nowhere more prominently than at Serbia’s Exit Festival. Beginning next Thursday, July 7th, through Sunday July 10th, Novi Sad, Serbia will be the center of Europe’s music universe. The biggest festival of sound in South Eastern Europe, kicks off at the wondrous Petrovaradin fortress in Novi Sad.
Charming Smederevo Will Surely Delight
There is little dispute that Smederevo in Serbia is an undisputed gem. With a rich history that goes back as far as Roman times and a delightfully pleasant climate all year round, Serbia’s medieval grape and wine capital is a place that’s just full of opportunities. Set on a beautiful plateau, where the great Danube […]
Carpathian Nations Agree Sustainable Tourism Deal
The seven Eastern European countries that share the Carpathian Mountains have made an important deal to jointly manage the development of sustainable tourism in the region, it has been announced. Sustainable tourism is of course, fundamentally important to the region, hence the countries willingness to adopt the UN Environment Program and UNWTO-drafted Protocol on Sustainable […]
Ukraine and Serbia Sign Visa Liberalization Agreement
Serbia and Ukraine yesterday formalized a visa liberalization agreement between the two countries, the ITAR-TASS news agency has reported. The agreement was signed yesterday by the two countries’ foreign ministers, Vuk Jeremic of Serbia and Kostyantyn Gryshchenko. “It delights me to proclaim the new bilateral visa agreement with Serbia to ease visa restrictions between our […]
Stricter Rules for Serbian EU Travelers
Immigration controls for Serbian citizens who want to travel to the EU will be intensified, announced the country’s Minister of Interior Ivica Dacic in a statement on Monday, adding that customs officials will be checking that passengers have satisfactory funds, travel insurance and return tickets. The announcement followed a meeting between Dacic and a delegation […]
Summertime Festivals in Serbia
Serbia isn’t nearly as popular as some of its Balkan cousins when it comes to travel, something which is often difficult to fathom why. Granted, Serbia lacks the beaches of its near-neighbor Croatia, and then there is the stigma of the country being the target of not one, but two NATO air strike campaigns just […]
Serbia’s Formidable Golubac Fortress
Golubac Fortress is a medieval fortified town with a tumultuous history. Located on the right side of the Danube River, it is just four kilometers downstream from modern-day Golubac, Serbia.
The Healing Waters of Saint Petka Chapel
The Saint Petka Chapel is one of Bulgaria’s most treasured religious sites. Its lengthy story, rooted in legend, offering a richness beyond just historical significance. During your stay in Serbia’s capital, be sure and taste of the healing waters of this extraordinary spot.
Serbian Treasures Including: Katarina Stefanovic
Argophilia Travel News intends to literally astound its readers with the most breathtaking places, people, and hidden treasures anyone can imagine. In keeping with this our goal, we will showcase the photography so generously contributed to our Eastern European travel endeavor for our readers. This week, the almost unearthly art of Katarina Stefanovi – and Serbia.
Albania, Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina Flooded
It is not the ideal time to travel to Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia or Montenegro. The five Eastern European countries were hit by a natural disaster of unprecedented proportions.