Wonderful Places To Visit In Serbia

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7. Belgrade Zoo

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Belgrade Good Hope Garden is the zoo in Belgrade situated at the very center of the city, in the Kalemegdan park. It was founded in 1936.

It covers an area of 7 hectares (17 acres), and has 2,000 animals of 270 species, and beside wild animals it abounds in domestic animals too.

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Its present look is contributed by many built facilities, new drinking-fountains, Wooden Sculpture Gallery, the work of the sculptor Vuk Bojović and the nursery for young animals - Baby Zoo. For its 60th anniversary it was enriched with a monument dedicated to its once most interesting and most famous resident - Sammy the chimpanzee, the first of its kind ever in this Zoo.

6. Petrovaradin Fortress

Fortress Petrovaradin in Novi Sad, Serbia
Petrovaradin Fortress is a fortress in Novi Sad. It is located in the province of Vojvodina, on the right bank of the Danube river. The cornerstone of the present-day southern part of the fortress was laid on October 18, 1692, by Charles Eugène de Croÿ. Petrovaradin Fortress has many underground tunnels as well (16 km of underground countermine system).

Fortress Petrovaradin 
In 1991 Petrovaradin Fortress was added to Spatial Cultural-Historical Units of Great Importance list, and it is protected by Republic of Serbia.

5. Kopaonik National Park

Kopaonik national park
Kopaonik is the biggest mountain range in Serbia. It is located in the southern part of Serbia. The highest peak of Kopaonik, Pančić's Peak, is 2,017 metres above sea level. Kopaonik was declared a national park in 1981. The area of the Kopaonik National Park is 118.1 km². The tourist resort on the Kopaonik mountain includes hotels, rest houses, ski lifts, excellent ski slopes and many other tourist facilities.

Pančić's Peak during winter

4. Zlatibor

Zlatibor is also one of the best place to visit in Serbia, here you can enjoy various amazing scenes which you never forget in you life, this is popular for mountain resorts and historical museums.

Lake in the centre of Kraljeve Vode

3. Guca Village

Guca Village
Guca Village is also one of the amazing and beautiful place to visit in Serbia. This village is host for music festival once a time of every year, where you can enjoy your self.

600,000 visitors make their way to the town of 2,000 people every year, both from Serbia and abroad. Elimination heats earlier in the year mean only a few dozen bands get to compete. Guča's official festival is split into three parts. Friday's opening concert, Saturday night celebrations and Sunday's competition. Friday's concerts are held at the entrance to the official Guča Festival building. This event features previous winners, each band getting to play three tunes while folk dancers, all kitted out in bright knitting patterns, dance kolos and oros in front of a hyped-up audience.

2. Palic

palic lake
Palic is a town in Serbia, 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) from Subotica, and 18 kilometres (11 mi) from the border between Serbia and Hungary. It is a part of the Subotica Municipality, North Bačka District, autonomous province of Vojvodina. The town has a Hungarian ethnic majority and its population numbering 7,745 people (2002 census). Many tourists come to Palić every year because of the Palić lake. There are over 450 guest houses, and even a five-star hotel. It is known for its European film festival which takes place every summer. In 2008 the life achievement award was presented to the British film director Ken Loach.


1. Devil's Town

Devil's Town
Devil's Town (Serbian: Đavolja Varoš) is a peculiar rock formation, located in south Serbia on the Radan Mountain near Kuršumlija. It features 202 exotic formations described as earth pyramids or "towers", as the locals refer to them. They are 2-15 m tall and 4-6 m wide at the base. These formations were created by strong erosion of the soil that was scene of intense volcanic activity millions of years ago. Most of the towers have "caps" or "heads" of andesite, which protect them from further erosion.

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Since 1959, Đavolja Varoš has been protected by the state and a 1995 decision of the Serbian Government declared it a major natural monument subject to category one protection.

A natural spring is located beneath the formations and has a high mineral concentration. There are two springs: Đavolja voda (Devil’s Water), with extremely acidic water (pH 1.5) and high mineral concentration (15 g/l of water), and Crveno vrelo (Red Well).

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Devil's Town was a nominee in the New Seven Wonders of Nature campaign.

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