Serbia Attractions

Tourist Attractions in Serbia

1. Kopaonik Mountain, Serbia

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.

Kopaonik - Serbia

2. Fruška Gora Mountain and National Park, Serbia

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.

Fruska Gora Mountain and National Park, Serbia

3. Studenica Monastery, Serbia

Studenica Monastery is one of the richest and largest Orthodox monasteries in Serbia. Founded in the 12th century, the monastery has two churches, both were built with white marble. The monastery is known for the collection of Byzantine-style painting from the 13th and 14th century.

Studenica Monastery - Serbia

4. Drina River, Serbia

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.

Drina River - Serbia

5. Novi Sad City, Serbia

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.

Novi Sad - Serbia

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