An opulent blend of history, architecture, culture and entertainment awaits you in Serbia’s cities. Subotica, in the far north, offers the baroque radiance of a central European city. Novi Sad, with its leisurely but still urban rhythm, exemplifies the tolerance and moderation of multiethnic Vojvodina. Belgrade, the capital city that never sleeps, captivates visitors with its natural combination of eastern passion and European elegance. Kragujevac, the heart of the Šumadija region, was the first capital of the modern-era Serbian state. Niš, the birth place of Constantine the Great, offers the relaxation of the Orient in the midst of fast-paced modern life.
Besides the City of Belgrade, the capital, there are another 23 cities in Serbia: Valjevo, Vranje, Zaječar, Zrenjanin, Jagodina, Kragujevac, Kraljevo, Kruševac, Leskovac, Loznica, Niš, Novi Pazar, Novi Sad, Pančevo, Požarevac, Priština, Smederevo, Sombor, Sremska Mitrovica, Subotica, Užice, Čačak and Šabac. Serbia also has 150 urban areas with municipality status.