CNN has published a report on Serbia, including a recommendation of 11 destinations tourists should visit.
Accompanied by photos, the destinations recommended
by the American network include Belgrade, Novi Sad, Subotica, the Tara mountain and the Studenica monastery.
The first on the list of destinations is Belgrade, which CNN describes as a “dynamic capital” which “straddles the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers”.
They add that Belgrade has “unmistakable” energy, especially when it comes to nightlife and the “vibrant café culture”.
CNN also highlights Dorcol, saying that it is one of the most attractive parts of the city, as well as the Kneza Mihaila Street, Skadarlija and Savamala.
The list of locations also features Zemun and one of its many cafes and restaurants.
Novi Sad, dubbed the “Serbian Athens” is recommended as a cultural and education center. Recommended locations include the Freedom Square, the City Hall, the Roman Catholic cathedral and the Petrovaradin Fortress.
CNN also recommends Subotica, its architecture and Hungarian flavors and ambiance, as well as the natural beauties of Kopaonik, Zlatibor, Tara and Fruska Gora.
The Devil’s Town is listed as “one of the more unusual natural phenomena you're likely to see in the country”.
The list also features Drvengrad on Zlatibor as an “eccentric ethno village” built in a 19th century style, as well as the Sargan Eight.
Among the most attractive tourist locations is also the Studenica monastery, a designated UNESCO Heritage Site, and CNN says that it is considered the most magnificent monastery in Serbia.
Tourists are also recommended to visit one of the musical festivals in Serbia, such as Exit or Guca.