Belgrade’s street art is more than just colour and images. It tells the stories of the city and of a generation born during conflict.
Marshal Tito is a divisive figure in Serbia and the Balkans but there is no denying his impact. To visit his grave in Belgrade is to understand a bit more.
It’s been well over a decade since NATO forces bombed Belgrade in an attempt to stop the Kosovo War. On the streets, the scars are still evident.
Nikola Tesla is one of the world’s greatest inventors but he doesn’t seem to get the recognition he deserves. You can learn why at his museum in Belgrade.
Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, is a fascinating city with rough edges but a welcoming spirit. Here are some of the best free things to see in the city.
This is my first taste of Serbia, arriving on the train into the country’s second-largest city, Novi Sad. I’m not quite sure what to expect…
This wasn’t a planned stop – just something I spotted along the way. But I couldn’t resist taking some shots of this abandoned building in Serbia.
The most important Roman ruins in Serbia were built more than 1700 years ago near Gamzigrad. Today they are a World Heritage Site.
The north of Serbia is mainly devoted to farmland but one national park, known as ‘the jewel of Serbia’ can be found in the region. But is it worth it?