Serbia is a new trendy destination for tourism, and travelers from our country are also attracted by it`s friendliness to Russians. In the ancient Belgrade, at the confluence of the rivers Danube and Sava, there is a combination of coziness and chaos: here, traces of ancient empires at every turn, medieval fortresses, and stucco buildings neighbor art neighborhoods full of fanciful installations and graffiti. Serbia has been during historic events, destroyed and rebuilt many times, influenced by different countries and cultures, and now it is woven from a patchwork, each of which is worth exploring.
— how to find a piece of Austro-Hungary while walking through Belgrade’s sleeping quarters;
— why Petrovaradin Fortress is called the “Gibraltar on the Danube”;
— where to find the longest bridge in the Roman Empire;
— why young artists have settled on the yacht of the royal family, how to repeat the spectacular experiments of Nikola Tesla;
— what is the secret of the Serbian specialty cutlet – pleskavica.