Natural reserve of the biosphere, included in the UNESCO lists. Provides great opportunities for recreation and recreation in nature, with walking paths, the length of which is more than 3 km.

The Djavolja Varos
(Devil’s Town)

These are earthen pyramids of bizarre shapes, occupying 70 hectares and protected as a natural rarity of national importance.

Uvac river gorge

In southwestern Serbia, with the characteristics of a karst relief, with numerous grottoes. The symbol of the gorge is griffon vulture, a rare species of birds of prey, vultures.

Plavni Tsarska – Bara

A large body of water, which includes: rivers, canals, lakes and floodplains. Rich flora and fauna. It is famous all over the world for the abundance of bird species – more than 240. They are included in the UNESCO lists as floodplains of international importance.

Sands of Deliblatsk – Pescara

The southern Banat covers an area of ​​approximately 300 km2, with sand dunes up to 15 km long. About 900 species of plants grow here, and at the same time it is one of the most famous bird habitats in Europe.


It is located in the north of Serbia, on the left bank of the Danube. This is a famous hunting ground. From game there you can meet fallow deer, mouflon, American white-tailed (Virgin) deer, at the same time it is also famous for breeding pheasants and various types of fish.


The fortress, built near the confluence of the Sava and the Danube, is the oldest core of the city of Belgrade. The foundations were laid by the kings Anastasius and Justinian in the 6th century. Developed under Stefan Lazarevich, the Serbian ruler in the 17th century. At present, in addition to the remains of former cultures, the Kalemegdan complex includes a large park with a zoo, catering facilities, and numerous sculptures by famous artists.

Golubac fortress

One of the well-preserved medieval cities of Serbia of the 14th century, located in a place in front of the beginning of the Dzherdap Gorge, cut through by the Danube River. Currently, several important tourist and cultural events are organized in the town of Golubac.

Petrovaradin fortress

It was built by the Austrians in the 18th century on the site of a former Roman and Byzantine settlement and a Hungarian fortress. Petrovaradin is now a place of excursions with catering facilities and numerous art galleries. Nearby is the town of Sremski Karlovci, the center of the spiritual and cultural life of the Serbs in the 18th and 19th centuries. In it, in 1699, a truce was concluded between Austria and Turkey.

Smederevo fortress

The largest Medieval Serbian city on the Danube, one of the largest in Europe at that time. The city was built by order of the Serbian ruler Djuraj Brankovich in the 15th century. Now the city of Smederevo is an administrative, tourist center and a port. Of the numerous cultural events, Smederevo autumn should be singled out.


Near the city is the Fetislam fortress, from the 15th century. Built during the era of Turkish rule. Nearby are the remains of Trajan’s bridge on the Danube and Trajan’s plate. Also near the fortress are the remains of the Roman Kashtelet of the first century.


A mountain in western Serbia, with flowering meadows and coniferous forests, in which trees of a relic type of red spruce grow, i.e. Serbian spruce (panciceva omorika), discovered by biologist Pancic.


The longest mountain range in Serbia, on which there is a well-known ski center and hunting area. The height of the highest peak is 2017m. At the foot of the mountain there are monasteries, tourism is developed in the villages, there are well-known resorts with healing springs.

Frushka Gora

Wooded mountainous area near the Danube. This area is famous for its vineyards and monasteries from the 15th-16th centuries.


A gorge cut by the Danube and a national park in eastern Serbia. The length of the gorge is 100 km, the length of the Kazan section is 9 km, the height of the rocks in it is up to 800 m, the width of the Danube in this section is 147 m, the depth is 77 m. Here are the remains of an old Roman road built by order of Emperor Trajan in the 2nd century. Nearby is the site of archaeological finds.

Monastery Studenica

One of the main shrines of the Serbian people and a wonderful architectural monument. The monastery was erected by the founder of the Nemanich dynasty – Stefan Nemanja in 1190. The monastery complex includes the monastery walls with the main tower – the bell tower, the Church of the Virgin (XII century), the Church of St. Nicholas (XII century), the Royal Church (beginning of the XIV century .), refectory of St. Sava (XII century), sacristy with art objects and relics. The complex of exceptional artistic and historical value of universal significance, the most precious monument of artistic style, is also included in the list of UNESCO world cultural heritage.

Sopochani Monastery

It was built by the Serbian king Urosh in 1265. The Church of the Holy Trinity is the only surviving part of the ancient monastery complex. Famous for its beautiful frescoes, telling about Christianity and the life of medieval Serbia. The frescoes from Sopocani are not only the pinnacle of Byzantine art of the 13th century, but also of European art of that time. Monastery is Inscribed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List along with the neighboring and integral monastery of Giurgevi Stupovi, the ancient city of Ras and the Church of Petra.

Zica Monastery

Built in 1208 as a memorial monastery for King Stephen the First Crowned. After receiving autocephaly in 1219, the residence of an independent Serbian archdiocese was located here. In the Middle Ages, the monastery played an important role in religious, political and cultural life. In it, until the 13th century, Serbian kings received the royal crown. The central church is dedicated to the Ascension (St. Savior). The facades are plastered and painted in red, like the churches on Mount Athos.