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Boisterous, diverse, welcoming, cluster of cultures and histories, captivating landscapes and a hell lot of entertainment- everything you have ever heard about the Places to visit in Serbia is true. This landlocked country is located in the heart of the Balkans and is still delightfully off the usual tourist trail. Whether you want to check out the feisty Serbian spirit in Belgrade’s world-class nightlife or Novi Sad’s epic EXIT Festival, the gastronomic festivals, take a closer look at the historical richness of the country, check out the spectacular ski slopes, step inside the mysterious caves or sail down Serbia’s crystal clear lakes or rejuvenate yourself at one of Serbia’s mineral-rich dips and spas, the Serbia Attractions are indeed the surprising inclusions on any European itinerary.

Well, it goes without a doubt that the entire country of Serbia is beautiful but to start with its crowning jewel, the capital Belgrade, it is a city that is sociable, high on energy and never sleeps. While the present-day capital teems with new urban hangouts like bars and clubs that support an amazing nightlife that never seems to stop, there are several other places to visit in Belgrade that are steeped in rich cultural and historic heritage including the Military Museum, the White Palace and the Nikola Tesla Museum to name a few. Not to mention, one of the famous historic Belgrade tourist attractions is the old Belgrade Fortress which stands out as a symbol of the city’s pompous history. Whatever interests you, be it history, food, leisure and entertainment or the arts and culture, Belgrade will offer everything to make you feel like you belong here!

Once you head out to discover magnificent Serbia, you are guaranteed to leave with lasting impressions of unrivalled experiences never seen or done before. To help you figure out the best to visit in the country, we have compiled the topmost Serbia tourist places and spots along with some of the unmissable Belgrade Attractions listed below. Now is the time to go and explore the fascinating corners of Serbia! 

Top Tourist Places to Visit in Serbia and Belgrade:

Novi Sad Synagogue

Novi Sad Synagogue is one of many cultural institutions in Novi Sad Serbia in the capital of Serbian the province of Vojvodina. Located on Jevrejska Street in the city center the synagogue has been recognized as a historic landmark. It served the local Neolog congregation.

Petrovaradin Fortress

Petrovaradin Fortress nicknamed Gibraltar onof the Danube is a fortress in the town of Petrovaradin itself part of the City of Novi Sad Serbia. It is located on the right bank of the Danube river. The cornerstone of the present-day southern part of the fortress was laid on 18 October 1692 by Charles Eugne de Cro. Petrovaradin Fortress has many tunnels as well as 16 km of uncollapsed u

Krusedol Monastery

Danube Park

Danube Park or Dunavski Park is an urban park in the downtown of Novi Sad the capital of the Vojvodina Province Serbia. Formed in 1895 it is protected as the natural monument and is one of the symbols of the city.

Belgrade Fortress

Belgrade Fortress consists of the old citadel and Kalemegdan Park on the confluence of the River Sava and Danube in an urban area of modern Belgrade the capital of Serbia. It is located in Belgrades municipality of Stari Grad. Belgrade Fortress was declared a Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1979 and is protected by the Republic of Serbia. It is the mo

Saborna crkva-Orthodox Church

Brankos Bridge

Brankos bridge is the second-largest bridge of Belgrade Serbia connecting the city center with New Belgrade across Sava river. Built in 1956 on the foundations of the 1934 King Alexander Bridge which was destroyed in World War II it reconnected BelBrankos bridge is the second-largest bridge of Belgrade Serbia connecting the city center with New Belgrade across Sava river. Built in 1956 on the foundations of the 1934 King Alexander Bridge which was destroyed in World War II it reconnected Belgrade and Zemun as the only motorway bridge at the time. After several official and unofficial names the present name stuck after the Brankova Street which extends into the bridge from the direction of the old section of Belgrade.

Kalemegdan Park

Kalemegdan Park or simply Kalemegdan is the largest park and the most important historical monument in Belgrade. It is located on a 125-metre-high cliff at the junction of the River Sava and the Danube. Its name is formed from the two Turkish words Kale and archaic word of Turkish origin megdan.

St. Sava Temple

SAVA TEMPLE STUDIO is set in Vraar. The property was built in 1934 and features air-conditioned accommodation with free WiFi. The apartment has 1 bedroom a flat-screen TV with cable channels an equipped kitchen with a fridge and a stovetop a washing machine and 1 bathroom with a shower. For added convenience the property can provide towels and bed linen for an extra cha

Karaore Monument

Karaorev Grad



Skadarlija is famous Belgrade attractions and also known as Belgrade’s quarter. The vintage street is full of restaurants, cafes and bars all dotted along the cobblestone. It’s located in the old town of Belgrade and it’s known as the Bohemian quarter of Belgrade. Skadarlija is the second most visited tourist attractions in Belgrade after Kalemegdan. One of the most famous streets in Skadarlijais is Skadarska Street.

Republic Square

Republic Square or Square of the Republic is one of the central town squares and an urban neighborhood of Belgrade located in the Stari Grad municipality. It is the site of some of Belgrades most recognizable public buildings including the National Museum the National Theatre and the statue of Prince Michael.

Knez Mihailova

National Museum of Serbia

The National Museum in Belgrade is the largest and oldest museum in Belgrade Serbia. It is located in the central zone of Belgrade on a square plot between the Republic Square formerly Theatre Square and three streets ika Ljubina Vasina and Laze Paua. Its main facade is on the Republic Square and the official address ia 1a Republic Square.

Museum of Yugoslavia

The Museum of Yugoslavia is a public history museum in Belgrade the capital of Serbia. It chronicles the period of Kingdom of Yugoslavia and Socialist Yugoslavia as well as the life of Josip Broz Tito. Titos grave is located in one of the Museum buildings.

Bajrakli Mosque Belgrade

The Bajrakli Mosque is a mosque in Belgrade the capital of Serbia. It is located in Gospodar Jevremova Street in the neighbourhood of Dorol. It was built around 1575 and is the only mosque in the city out of the 273 that had existed during the time of the Ottoman Empires rule of Serbia.

House of Flowers

Fruska Gora Monasteries

Fruska Gora


This is a must place to visit in Belgrade as you will find a completely different aura compared to the big city. The small town has nice walkways, hills, towers. The Romans came to rule the province in around 15 AD. And, by the 12th century, the town was conquered by the Kingdom of Hungary and was given to Durad Brankovic, the Serbian despot

Sremski Karlovci

Sremski Karlovci is a small town and the best places to visit in Serbia. It has a population of only about 8,750 inhabitants. The town was first mentioned in the historical documents in 1308. Everything in this town is in a single square. People come here t to see the historical importance of Karlovci and see other attractions such as Branko’s town, Four Lions Fountain, Vojvodina etc.



Ethnographic Museum

The Ethnographic Museum is a museum located in Belgrade the capital of Serbia. It is one of the oldest museums in the Balkans. The Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade fulfills its mission together with the efforts of various stakeholders in the domain of presentation revitalization and development of crafts in Serbia.

Nikola Tesla Museum

The Nikola Tesla Museum is a science museum located in the central area of Belgrade the capital of Serbia. It is dedicated to honoring and displaying the life and work of Nikola Tesla as well as the final resting place for Tesla. It holds more than 160000 original documents over 2000 books and journals over 1200 historical technical exhibits over 1500 photographs and photo plate

Temple of Saint Sava

The Church of Saint Sava is a Serbian Orthodox church which sits on the Vraar plateau in Belgrade Serbia. It was planned as the bishopric seat and main cathedral of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The church is dedicated to Saint Sava the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church and an important figure in medieval Serbia. It is built on the presumed location of St. Savas graveIt is the largest Orthodox church in Serbia one of the largest Eastern Orthodox churches and it ranks among the largest churches in the world. It is the most recognisable building in Belgrade and a landmark as its dominating dome resembles that of the Hagia Sophia after which it had been modelled


St Georges Church also known as Oplenac is the mausoleum of the Serbian and Yugoslav royal house of Karaorevi located on top of the Oplenac Hill in the town of Topola Serbia. The church of Oplenac was founded by King Peter I of Yugoslavia. Many members of the royal house are buried in the church in the crypt beneath the church or in the church yard.

Royal Compound

The Royal compound is a complex of residences built for the Karaorevi royal family between 1924 and 1937. The compound is located in the Dedinje neighborhood a prestigious area of Belgrade Serbia. It consists of two primary residences The Royal Palace and the White Palace.

Dunav (The Danube)

Orthodox Cathedral of St Nicholas

Millennium Tower or Gardos Tower

Gardo Tower also known as Millennium Tower is a memorial tower located in Zemun city of Belgrade in Serbia. It was built and officially opened on 20 August 1896 to celebrate a thousand years of Hungarian settlement in the Pannonian plain. The Millennium project included seven monuments in total all over the Hungarian part of Austro-Hungary with Gardo Tower being the southernmost. They are all different and not all of them are towers. As part of Old Core of Zemun and also located in the middle of the Zemun Fortress tower is protected both as Spatial Cultural-Historical Unit of Great Importance and as a Protected Monument of Culture


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Open air museum Old village Sirogojno

Risovaa Cave

Risovaa Cave is situated at the very entrance of the town of Aranelovac in central Serbia around 17 m above the Kubrnica river valley. It is one of the most important archaeological sites of the Palaeolithic in Serbia besides the Gradac Cave near Kragujevac. Its discovery confirmed the assumed existence of the Paleolithic culture south of the Sava-Danube line and provided new informa

Monastery Jazak

Great War Island

Great War Island is a river island in Belgrade the capital of Serbia. It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. Though uninhabited the island is part of Belgrade City proper and belongs to the city municipality of Zemun. Great War Island is located at the mouth of the Sava river into the Danube in the Danubes widening between the Kalemegdan fortress as the ending section of the Terazije ridge of northernmost part of Sumadija on the west and the low easternmost section of the Syrmia plain the modern Usce neighborhood of New Belgrade on the south.

Lake Ledinci

Lake Ledinci was a small artificial lake on the mountain of Fruka Gora near Novi Sad in the Srem region of the Vojvodina province of Serbia.Lake Ledinci was a small artificial lake on the mountain of Fruka Gora near Novi Sad in the Srem region of the Vojvodina province of Serbia.



The Uvac is an international trans-boundary river rising under Golija mountain and Peter plateau then flowing through southwestern Serbia and cross into eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina where after 115 km it finally meets the Lim river from the right howe


Gostilje is a village in the municipality of ajetina western Serbia. According to the 2011 census thGostilje is a village in the municipality of ajetina western Serbia. According to the 2011 census the village has a population of 242 people.

Republic Square

The Republic Square or the Square of the Republic is one of the central town squares and an urban neighborhood of Belgrade located in the Stari Grad municipality. It is the site of some of Belgrades most recognizable public buildings including the National Museum the National Theatre and the statue of Prince Michael. The square is located less than 100 meters away from Terazije the designated center of Belgrade to which it is connected by the streets of Kolarceva and Knez Mihailova. Many people erroneously consider the Square of the Republic to be the center of the city.


Belgrade is the capital city of Serbia with an arresting style of old and new buildings. Belgrade is bisected into two cities: the old town and the new town. The new city was constructed during the time of the Soviet Era. The city has a little bit of everything including the Kalemegdan Fortress, colourful facade, cafes and bars heaving throughout the night with crowd terraces and many other things to see and do in the city

Church of St. Sava

The Monolithic building dominates the whole landscape of the city with its beauty. It’s built on an area where St. Sava’s relics were burnt by the Ottoman. It’s one of the largest Eastern Orthodox Church in the country and ranks to be the world’s largest buildings. The church’s architecture is centrally planned and constructed with a beautiful dome supported on an arcade

House on the Drina

This is the living example of architectural intimacy. It’s been a nameless cabin for forty years and was built by a group of swimmers who wanted a spot to rest. It’s said that at the time of construction, the material was rowed to the place by boat, and nothing has changed till today, the house still sits on the rock which now turns to be Serbia tourist places

Studenica Monastery

Serbia is a place filled with mesmerising monasteries, and this is one of the greatest examples of medieval architecture and the best of them all. It was built in the 12th century and has two principal monuments: the Church of King and the Church of the Virgin which was both built of white marble. It is located in the centre of Serbia founded by St. Simeon. His remains along with his wife Anastasia are in the monastery

Subotica City Hall

The Subotica City Hall has not been given of much importance but it’s known to be of the best example of Art Nouveau structure in the country. The city hall was built between 1908 and 1912 which stand at a height of 76m. It is a building of beauty which was is a mix of Art Nouveau and something Gaudi

Josip Broz Tito’s Grave

The site is Serbia tourist attractions as it’s the tomb of the great communist leader, Josip Broz Tito. He was the ruler of Yugoslavia for 40 years, and kept the country in rule and intact and prevented it from much of the conflict that happened around. Some thought of him as being authoritarian while other considered him to be a dictator. As he’s buried in Belgrade, the tomb is built in his name

Đerdap Gorge

The Gorge is Serbia tourist spots which absolutely dominate the beauty of the place with its dramatic cliffs which has often stunned many visitors. Djerdap was discovered right from the years in the B.C when ancient Greece uses this way to transfer their goods. It played a major role in the ages of the Roman Empire with many emperors having their share in taming Djerdap

Skull Tower

This monument is Serbia tourist attractions which is an important memorial of the remains of the 952 skulls by brutal Ottoman rule. The tower was made from the falling skulls of the rebels who went against the Ottoman rule. It was built after the Battle of Cegar. The sight has become a pilgrimage place for the Serbs. It’s considered to be the symbol of the country’s struggle and independence from the Ottoman Empire

Uvac Lake

The nature in Serbia is impressive and the Uvac Lake is a spot that matches a priceless reaction. . Before it came to be known as the Uvac Lake, it was called the river of Zlatibor and Zlatar. The lake lies between Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. It’s added with the wild fauna, cliffs and the flowing of the powerful Drina River

Đavolja Varoš

Đavolja Varoš is also known as the Devil’s town as it has a peculiar formation of about 200 rocks which seems mysterious but the uniqueness of the rocks attracted many tourists. It’s a very rare natural phenomenon of how these rocks were formed, the high stone formation has many theories whether it’s the petrified wedding guest or people petrified by the witch, it’s only a legends’ saying. Today, the sight is nominated for one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

Golubac Fortress

If you are thinking of the things to do in Serbia, visit the 14th-century fortification. It’s the country’s most photogenic site and offers a great view of the city. It was a medieval fortified town on the modern town of Golubac. It was built in the 14th century and divided into three compounds. The fortress has a tremendous history. Before it was built, it was a place of so many battles especially between the Kingdom of Hungary and the Ottoman Empire.


Drvengrad is a small traditional village which was built by a film director Emir Kusturica for his movie Life Is a Miracle. It is located near the city of Uzice and considered to be Serbia tourist spots. It also has a library by the name Ivo Andric, named after an artist gallery. There’s also Stanley Kubrick Cinema which has a cinema hall in the living room, cellar, a guest room.

Žiča Monastery

The 13th-century monastery was founded by St. Sava himself and considered to be hugely important of the Serbian state. Its history is more than 8th centuries long where the first Serbian King was crowned. It’s fascinating to get inside the monastery to see and feel the walls in daylight and peek into its interior. The vivid frescoes are decorated on its wall which captivated the whole building.

Kopaonik Mountain

Kopaonik is mainly popular for winter sports, though the Kaponik Mountains get lot of tourists in the summer as well. They offer a wide range of slopes and a total of 24 ski lifts are active in the area. Snowboarding is also an option in resorts besides bird watching, hiking, and mountain climbing.

Fruška Gora Mountain and National Park

Fruška Gora Mountain and National Park affectionately called the ‘Jewel of Serbia.’ The Fruška Gora Mountain is located on the boarder of Croatia. The Fruška Gora National Park is a protected area, studded with wineries and vineyards, which are well worth the visit

Drina River

Drina River offers a wealth of extreme sports and majestic scenery making one of the best places to get an adrenaline rush. Located in western Serbia, Drina River is one of the few rivers in the country where tourists can try white water rafting

Novi Sad City

Novi Sad is the second largest city in Serbia, the capital of the Vojvodinia Province. The Petrovaradin Fortress, dating back to the 17th century, is perhaps the most dominating landmark in the region which is also the top attraction of the city.

Museum of Yugoslavia and the House of Flowers

The Museum of Yugoslavia and the House of Flowers is Belgrade sights to be visited while in Belgrade. A tomb and collection of batons are found here. If you want to see the context of the city and the country, this is one of the sights to see in Belgrade. There is also a story about the baton and many of them in the museum.

Ada Ciganlija

Ada Ciganlija is a river island generally with a temperature of 20 degree Celsius in the summertime. However, there are plenty of bars around the area for refreshments. It’s just 4 km away from the city rich with elm and oak forests, different flora and fauna. Due to its natural riches, there are a number and variety of sports activities and a place for fun, rest, enjoyment for many locals and foreigners

Republic Square, the National Theatre and the National Museum

This is Belgrade tourist places as it’s the main meeting place of the country which makes it the busiest location in Belgrade. It’s an open square where you can walk around or find food to eat in the street. There are two famous landmarks known as the National Museum and the National Theatre. The square was established in the middle of 1800, and was never known as the Republic square

Avala Tower

Avala Tower is a 205-meter tall spindle that was destroyed but rebuilt in 2000. It’s the tallest towers in the Balkans and Belgrade tourist attractions. It was designed by Uglješa Bogunović and Slobodan Janjić. It’s the only tower in the world to have an equilateral triangle. The tower has so many visitors from all over the world and in 2017 the base of the tower was opened as a tourist’s complex

National Theatre

The National Theatre was opened in 1869 and has come through the years of its war damage. It was founded in the 19th century and located on the republic square. The theatre went through a lot of phases such as the architectural and artistic development and holding on the Serbian tradition, culture and spirituality till today. There number of ballet, opera and drama at the theatre all year round.

Museum of Aviation

The Museum of Aviation is Belgrade tourist attractions built from a geodesic glass in 1989. It is located next to the city’s airport. The museum consists of more than 200 aircraft belonging to the military. It’s laid out inside a circular dome which shows a collection from the 1900s up to the 21st century. In its collection are Messerschmitt Bf 109, NATO aircraft and many others.

Gardoš Tower

The Gardoš Tower is a monument built in 1896 over the right bank of the Danube. It’s also known as the Millennium Tower. The memorial tower is located in the city of Belgrade which was part of a big construction as the others buildings in Budapest. The tower was built on top of the medieval fortress ruins on the hill.

St Mark’s Church

The Neo-Byzantine church is one of the largest churches in Serbia. It is made of frame marble with some famous painting of the last supper by Đuro Radulović. It was completed in 1940 by the Krstic brothers and stands as one of the largest church in the city. The church was dedicated to Evangelist Mark and Holy Apostle destroyed in 1941

Zemunski Kej

The Zemunski Kej is Europe’s second largest river one if you are looking for the best things to do in Belgrade, you should take a trip down to this place. The river is the main landing for a number of boats, and it’s where the tourist ships and cruisers come.

Residence of Princess Ljubica

The residence is now a museum exhibiting a series of the rich royal rooms assembled from various homes of Belgrade’s royal families. It’s one of the few buildings which survived the reign of Prince Miloš Obrenović. The residence built with the intention to serve as a luxurious court of the Serbian ruling dynasty.

Belgrade Military Museum

The Belgrade Military Museum is one of the best places to visit in Belgrade. It belongs to the military museum and it has a line up of deactivated mines, torpedoes, German panzers, cannons etc. It was founded in 1878 and has more than 3,000 ancient and modern items which include Roman helmets, swords, Serbian knights and many others

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