Location: Central Balkans Capital: Belgrade Population: 7 058 322 Language: Serbian Religion: Serbian Orthodox Church Currency: Serbian dinar RSD – 100 RSD= 0.83 Euro 100 RSD= 0.99 USD Climate: Warm-humid continental and humid subtropical climate. Serbia is relatively well-known in the modern world, mainly because of the relentless wars of the early 1990s. The previous governor of the Communist Yugoslavia, today Serbia is still experiencing the collapse of this vast alliance in the Balkans. As always, time shows that artificially created and authoritarianly dominated unions do not last long. A few years ago, peace has finally settled on these lands, and all people, regardless of their religion or ethnicity, are hoping this time will be longer.
If you ever thought you knew strong nationalists, wait for the Serbs to see. They adore their country. They are proud of their past, proud of their present, confident in their future. The traditions are kept jealous, respected by all, and are a cause for national pride. Serbs are people who know how to enjoy life. The wide Slavic soul and the Balkan non-piquancy combine in an interesting combination. They know how to make fun and how to feel sad, passionate natures for which food, music and friends are extremely important. It is no coincidence that dozens of festivals dedicated to food and music are organized in Serbia. Serbia is a relatively large country with varied relief. To the north and west it is flat, south and east is plinth. Several large rivers cross the land, and Belgrade, Sava and Danube capitals meet to continue along the way to the Black Sea.The most interesting place to visit is Belgrade – the administrative and political center of the country. The city is the successor of a centuries-old and extremely dynamic history. Conquered by different empires, but always extremely important because of its location. The medieval fortress has very well preserved walls and towers and is a favorite place for walks of locals and tourists.
You can make a complete tour of Serbia for 5-7 days, and as part of a Balkan tour, visit Belgrade for 1-2 days.

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  1. Thanks-a-mundo for the post. Thanks Again. Really Great. Kerrill Bev Alick

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