According to a European Travel Commission’s latest report, “European Tourism – Trends & Prospects 2018”, 32 out of 34 reporting destinations showed growth for the summer season. In all, 1 in 4 destinations enjoyed double-digit increases in arrivals.
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).
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 year at ITB Berlin the National Tourism Organization of Serbia (NTOS) headed to the international tourism fair to help promote Lifestyle Serbia, a city break initiative by the country’s tourism ministry.
The National Tourism Organisation of Serbia was awarded a Chinese marketing destinations award the “Chinese Tourists Welcoming Award” at the COTTM travel fair in Beijing.
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.