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I've visited Novi Sad a couple of times and love it!
Every time I want to return to Belgrade! Belgrade is a nice city where I want to walk all the night through.
The first inhabitants of Uzice and the neighborhood were Illyrian tribes; throughout the Uzice region, you can find their tombs and monuments. With the arrival of the Romans, Uzice was included to the province of Dalmatia. In the Middle Ages, it was part of Serbia and changed its affiliation to regional kingdoms …
Novi Sad is little known outside of ex-Yugoslavia save for its Exit music festival. This town, capital of Serbia's autonomous northern Vojvodina province, is a highly developed and eloquently civilized city known for lush greenery along the Danube bend and around the city along its wide boulevards. Travelers coming to …
Belgrade is very famous for its vibrant and lively nightlife. No matter where you decide to hang out, whether in the city center or by the river on one of the many barges well known for throwing good parties, it is guaranteed you'll have a good time. If you are not into nightlife, there is still a lot to do and see. …
Niš is the unofficial capital of Southern Serbia. This small city is right on the main roads and rails between Central and eastern Mediterranean Europe and onward to the Middle East. The city is a good for a short visit, there is a large fortress and a functioning city-center. This is a place you can take care off all …
Subotica is a subdued and beautiful town on the Serbian border to Hungary. This small town is more likely a stop than a destination, and is probably worth a day, especially if you're looking for something slow paced between Budapest and Belgrade. The city center starts just past the train station and is focused around …