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).
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.
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.
Coming up in Belgrade April 9th through April 14th, the Belgrade Tango Meeting is one of the biggest international dance events of its kind. Sponsored by the Institute Tango Natural, this year’s event promises guests and contestants from over 45 countries.
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.
elgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport reported having scheduled new flights between Belgrade and Basel, Switzerland. According to the news, Hungarian carrier Wizz Air will start operating three weekly flights.
In a move to ensure Serbia has a national air carrier, the government there is proposing making money loser JAT Airways into a debt free and more updated version of itself. Freeing up the beleaguered airline of debt and leasing new EADS Airbuses would guarantee a rejuvenated national airline. At least this is what Serbia’s leaders envision.
A Memorandum of Understanding signed into being between the China National Tourism Administration and the Republic of Serbia this month is heralded by the arrival of first official visit by Chinese tourists last week. According to the news from the National Tourism Organization of Serbia not only projects increased visits by Chinese travelers to Serbia, but a liberalization of tourism relations for groups from China.
Low cost airline Wizz Air now celebrates one year of successful flights to Belgrade, Serbia. Since dedicating their Airbus A320 to accomodate the Serb capital, the company has become the second biggest carrier operating from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport.
The city of Belgrade, Serbia will open up a retro thematic section of the old city to citizens and tourists next month. The re-creative of 1930’s Belgrade promises to offer a view of this great capital few if anyone living has ever seen.
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.
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 […]
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.