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Once overlooked in favour of its beachy Balkan neighbours, Serbia is fast becoming a favourite stop on any Eastern Europe adventure. With its magical mountains and rivers, vibrant capital city Belgrade, and superb wine regions where ancient Roman thermal spas bubble over with healing waters, it’s hard to resist the pull of this diverse country. Our Serbia tours will take you through the lush forests of the countryside to the historic sights and lively locals of Belgrade. See the mighty Kalemegdan Fortress rising over the iconic Danube River, take in the spectacular views from the Avala Tower, or dine at tennis star Novak Djokovic’s very own restaurant where you can sample real Serbian food. Whether you get carried away on the buzzing streets of Belgrade, or fall in love with the tranquil riverside monasteries and scenic national parks, Serbia is sure to impress.
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Whether you love the scenic national parks, thermal spas and winelands, or you prefer the buzzing streets of Belgrade, Serbia is one of the most underrated countries in Europe. Join your expert Trafalgar Travel Director and discover everything from grand fortresses to Novak Djokovic's restaurant - you never know what you'll find in Serbia.
"Little landlocked Serbia really packs a punch when it comes to adventure and fun and you're sure to have a blast when you visit this amazing country. From the lively bars of Belgrade to the peaceful riverside monasteries, Serbia really has something for everyone."
Serbian is the official language, so bring along a phrasebook and try using a few common words and phrases. It’s all part of an enriching Serbia travel experience.
You’ll find endless laneways, hillsides and towers that just have to be climbed on your Serbia holidays, so bring a reliable pair of walking shoes.
There’s always a chance of rain in Serbia, especially if you’re heading on a Belgrade tour in spring. Bring a light rain jacket or a travel umbrella and stay cosy and dry.
Don’t forget your insect repellent when you travel Serbia. Whether you bring a spray or a cream, make sure it’s a good quality repellent to protect yourself from mosquitoes.
Whether you use it to protect yourself from the sun or the cold, or wrap it around your shoulders when entering churches and monasteries, a scarf always comes in handy on a Serbia trip.
Depending on your nationality, you'll need a valid passport and may also need visas to enter. Please check this well in advance of your trip departure date here. Some countries also require passports to have 3-6 months left on them before the given expiry date, so be sure to double check this before booking your travels.
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