Palic lake is a real “watery” jewel of northern Serbia, Vojvodina region. Tucked away in the untouched flora and fauna, including some native species primarily protected - and rare specimens of trees and shrubs, such as swamp cypress and ash. Palic Lake is located 8 km from Subotica. The lake
People say that Taorska springs could easily be compared to Plitvice Lakes,in Croatia. The photos of Taorska springs graced every travel brochure of the former Yugoslavia, SFRJ.
However, this gem of nature was almost completly destroyed in the 80s, when the government decided that the springs had to be shut down,
Not so tall, but still proud of its 511 meters above sea level, mountain Avala is considered one of the most popular destinations to go out of the town, enjoy in nature and get some fresh air. Located only 17 km from Belgrade, this places offers visitors a chance to
You need a break from the overcrowded city, hot asphalt and poisonous smog? Bor lake is the right place for you! Located just a few kilometers from Bor town and 250 kilometers from Belgrade, this small, but heaven like oasis is easily approachable. And when you get there- the time
Zemun was built at the place where is now tower Gardos. In the Neolithic era, more than 7000 years ago, when it was built, it represented the first and oldest fortified settlement in Serbia.
On this plateau, Gardos was the ideal cornerstone to start creating the future of the city, because