Serbs are hospitable and extremely loud people. They are happy to help and encourage them to eat rakija together. Inhabitants of the country are considered religious, although a large number of church customs mixed with the laity, and it is impossible to say whether their shape was more determined by the sphere of the sacred or profane.
There are several reserves and national parks in Serbia. The vegetation is quite diverse (quite similar to Polish), from cereals in the lowlands to mountain plants in the higher parts of the mountains. National parks are an exception. Serbian fauna in most areas is similar to Polish, but in national parks, there are some rare, endemic (occurring only in a given country) bird species (e.g. griffon vulture in the Uvac reserve) and interesting species of other animals.
This former fortress located at the mouth of the Sawa to the Danube is probably the most picturesque part of the city. From under the Victory Monument (a naked man with a sword and an eagle often associated with the mythical Heracles), there is a beautiful view of these two rivers. From the old fortifications: the medieval tower of Nebojša and the gate of Charles VI from the 18th century have survived.
In the former fortress, the Army Museum is presenting the equipment of the Serbian army over the centuries. The Belgrade ZOO was located in its north-eastern part. Also worth seeing is the church of Ružica connected with the history of Serbia.
The most important monuments are concentrated around the pedestrian Kniaź Michael (Knez Michaila). The street begins near Republic Square, where the National Museum is located. The most interesting buildings include the neo-Renaissance Mikołaj Spasic Foundation and the modernist high-rise Palace Albania from the 20th century. It is also worth seeing the Čukur fountain commemorating the Serb murdered by the Turks, whose death led to fighting between the Turks and the Serbs. So Serbia is a country of many shades of colors that catch the eye when traveling.
The most populare destinations to visit in Serbia include: Belgrade, Novi Sad, Nis, Sokobanja, Subotica, Banja Koviljaca, Vrdnik and Palic.
The most frequent picks for best city breaks in Serbia include: Zlatibor, Kopaonik, Vrnjacka Banja, Bajina Basta, Kragujevac, Arandelovac, Uzice and Novi Pazar.
The average nightly rate for a hotel in Serbia is $40. A 5-star hotel in Serbia costs $82 on average, while a 4-star hotel will cost around $49. A 3-star hotel, on the other hand, costs around $31 per night.
The best hotels for couples in Serbia are: Restoran bazen Kirci, Northern Star Belgrade, Wood Suites Belgrade, ArkaBarka Floating Hostel and Apartments, Konaciste - Rest Inn, Hostel Franica, Hostel Lucy, In Old Shoes Hostel, 6th Floor Hostel Belgrade and Backpackers Lounge Hostel.
Some of the best-rated family hotels in Serbia include: Apartment Holiday Vranje, Holiday Home Avala, Restoran bazen Kirci, Holiday home Red Clay, Lucky Lux Near Temple Of St Sava, Holiday Home Vila Filip, Villa White Heaven, White House Belgrade, Kuca na Zlatiboru and Zlatibor Lux Holiday Home.
The most notable pet-friendly hotels in Serbia include: Hotel Kovilovo Belgrade, Crowne Plaza Belgrade, Hotel Fortress Leopold I Novi Sad, Hotel Park Novi Sad, Queen's Apartments, Atlas City Center Suites, Life Design Hotel, Hotel Tami Residence, Picasso Lux and Hotel Zlatibor Mona.
The finest examples of Serbia luxury hotels include: Hotel Kovilovo Belgrade, Crowne Plaza Belgrade, Hyatt Regency Belgrade, Hotel Fortress Leopold I Novi Sad, Hotel Zlatnik, Hotel Izvor, Hotel Allure Caramel by Karisma, Square Nine Hotel Belgrade, Premier Prezident Garni Hotel and Spa and Hotel Villa Breg.
The great examples of Serbia best hotels include: OPP one perfect place, Hotel Kovilovo Belgrade, Apartment Tulip, Aleksandar Palas Hotel Belgrade, Hotel Villa Breg, Hotel Premier Aqua, Premier Prezident Garni Hotel and Spa, Hotel Allure Caramel by Karisma, Hotel Fortress Leopold I Novi Sad and Hotel Zlatnik.
The great examples of Serbia cheap hotels include: Aleksandar Palas Hotel Belgrade, Apartment Tulip, OPP one perfect place, Hotel Zlatnik, Hotel Kovilovo Belgrade, Hotel Fortress Leopold I Novi Sad, Hotel Park Novi Sad, Prezident Hotel, Hotel Allure Caramel by Karisma and Premier Prezident Garni Hotel and Spa.
Our list of Serbia last minute deals include: Hotel Kovilovo Belgrade, Crowne Plaza Belgrade, Hyatt Regency Belgrade, Hotel Fortress Leopold I Novi Sad, Hotel Zlatnik, Hotel Izvor, Hotel Allure Caramel by Karisma, Square Nine Hotel Belgrade, Premier Prezident Garni Hotel and Spa and Hotel Villa Breg.
Our list of the most popular hotels in Serbia includes: OPP one perfect place, Hotel Kovilovo Belgrade, Apartment Tulip, Aleksandar Palas Hotel Belgrade, Hotel Villa Breg, Hotel Premier Aqua, Premier Prezident Garni Hotel and Spa, Hotel Allure Caramel by Karisma, Hotel Fortress Leopold I Novi Sad and Hotel Zlatnik.
Our list of the resorts in Serbia includes: Hotel Radan Prolom Banja, Kengur Resort, Resort Relax, Villa Kamanch, Resavska Banja Resort, Etno selo Bok, Restoran bazen Kirci, Castle SCHULHOFF, Odmaraliste Vidik and Sunny Hill Apartments & Aqua Park.
Our list of the motels in Serbia includes: Evropa in Motel Kraljevo, Motel Sumadija, Motel Velika Plana, Motel Mandic, Motel Tenesi, Ms Motel, Motel Stari Hrast, Motel Lepo Mesto, Knez Petrol Motel and Garni Hotel Lake.
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