The ancient capital of Serbia, Stari Ras, lives on with several old religious buildings which are now protected by the World Heritage List.
What is it like to travel in Serbia? Well, it’s not quite as difficult as you might think. But there are some challenges to be prepared for.
The Studenica Monastery is a World Heritage Site and one of the most important religious sites in Serbia. So why do they make it so hard to get to?
The Serbian city of Nis is one of the oldest in Europe and so it is full of history. There is plenty to see and do as a tourist.
Skull Tower was built in the Serbian city of Nis two hundred years ago to scare off attackers. Almost 1000 human skulls were used in construction.
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?
The most important Roman ruins in Serbia were built more than 1700 years ago near Gamzigrad. Today they are a World Heritage Site.
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.