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Visit Serbia and explore the capital city of Belgrade with its museums and galleries or enjoy world class opera and theatre productions. Beyond the cities, there are vineyards, gorges and national parks to explore.

Novi Sad must also be explored on any trip to Serbia; overlooking the Danube, it really is unmissable. Home to a selection of flora and fauna, Serbia is truly a gem.

Serbia Tourist Board: The official website for the national tourism organisation of Serbia – a useful resource for planning your trip to Serbia.

Know Before You Go: Travel advice for Serbia from the FCO.

Things to see and do

  • Visit Belgrade, the capital and largest city in Serbia. It has a thriving café and restaurant culture, famous nightlife and a passion for arts and literature. The Serbian capital city offers affordable metropolitan living at the crossroads of Central and Eastern Europe.
  • Novi Sad is Serbia’s second largest city and is its cultural centre with many museums, galleries, libraries, and theatres. It has even been nicknamed the Serbian Athens.
  • Djerdap National Park; the main attraction at the park is Djerdap Gorge, a river valley made from four gorges.
  • Follow one of Serbia's numerous wine routes - An example is the Palic wine route which follows the trail of 'Wines from the Sands' because the entire region is on sandy soil. The wine-making tradition in this area is over 2000 years old.

Festivals and events

  • Belgrade International Film Festival features some of the best in world cinema. (February – March)
  • Belgrade Summer Festival offers an array of theatre, dance, visual art and music at a range of venues in the city including the streets, squares, and theatres. (July – August)
  • Exit Noise Summer Fest is the biggest music festival in south-eastern Europe. (July)
  • Belgrade Beer Festival is held every summer over 3 to 4 days. (August)
  • The Guca Music Festival is a brass band festival which takes place every summer in the Serbian town of Guca. (August)
  • Belgrade Race Through History takes place at the historic Kalemegdan Fortress; participants run around the building and around the streets of the city. (October)
  • The Joy of Europe Festival encourages children from around Europe to gather in the city to celebrate and encourage a greater union among the diverse peoples of Europe. (October)

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