Cities

Serbia’s charming cities exude a unique atmosphere, inspiring visitors to return to them again and again.

From the tranquil townlets of the northern plains of Vojvodina, to the bustling large cities with an air of metropolises, to university towns buzzing with young people thirsty for knowledge, to the ancient Serbian capitals which witnessed important historic events - the country’s cities provide a thorough insight into life in these parts, throughout history.
Stroll down their streets and pedestrianised areas, visit the urban parks and squares, have a bite at a local restaurant or enjoy a night out at one of the clubs or traditional Serbian coffee houses...
The country’s vibrant urban centres, heaving with life, offer plentiful opportunities for holidays and entertainment and frequently host major sport and arts events, which bring the whole world to Serbia.
All you have to do is pick the city that sparks the greatest intrigue and get ready to embark on a true adventure.

Belgrade
Built at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, Belgrade is rightly known as “the Gate of the Balkans” and “the Doors to Central Europe”.The city is steeped in a rich...
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Novi Sad
The capital of Vojvodina, Serbia’s northern province, will softly and effortlessly win you over with its laid-back vibe.Novi Sad is famously a city where nothing is rushed and everything...
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Nis
Due to its exceptional location at the crossroads between the East and the West, the city of Niš has always been a favorite stronghold of great rulers.The Celts gave it a rather subtle name...
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Kragujevac
Šumadija is the central region of Serbia, and Kragujevac is the heart of Šumadija. It is therefore often said that this city, situated virtually in the middle of our country, best...
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Subotica
At the northernmost point of Serbia is a melting pot of the cultures and traditions of Serbs, Hungarians, Crats, Jews and many other Central and Eastern European peoples.Subotica was of immense...
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Čačak
Čačak is a city recognizable for its well-preserved and architecturally harmonious districts, which combine traditional construction techniques with elements of modern architecture.Nestled between...
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Kraljevo
This city with a regal name, derived from “kralj” - Serbian for king, is situated at the very heart of Serbia, at the confluence of the rivers Ibar and West Morava.It attracts visitors...
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Kruševac
The old Serbian capital Kruševac has come a long way from the medieval fortification it once was - once the nation’s capital, then a prosperous town and right through to the modern city...
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Novi Pazar
Surrounded by the peaks of Golija and Rogozna mountains and the Pešter Plateau, nestled in the valley lies Novi Pazar, a city where eastern and western influences mix and where Christianity...
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Negotin
Situated in the three-border area where Serbia, Romania and Bulgaria meet, in the easternmost part of the country, Negotin is a small city of extravagant beauty and immense historical importance.It...
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Priština
Priština, the capital of the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija, is situated on the north-eastern perimeter of the Kosovo valley.Adjacent to the city, there is a group of Orthodox...
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All accommodations

Accomodation

Hotel  
Hyatt Regency Beograd
Milentija Popovica 5
Belgrade 11070
(+381 11) 301-1234, 311-2234
belgrade.regency@hyatt.com
http://www.hyattregencybeograd.rs
  • 302Number of rooms
  • 359Number of beds
  • 150Single rooms
  • 40Apartments
  • 8Number of conference rooms
  • 1548Conference rooms capacity
  • Indoor swiming pool
  • Restaurant
  • Coffee longue
  • Parking space
  • Garage
  • Elevator
  • Buisness center
  • Fitness room
  • Sauna
  • Facilities for handicapped persons
  • Room for non-smokers
  • Boutique
  • Babysitter
  • Exchange
  • Credit card accepted
  • Safe box
  • Bathroom and toilet
  • Room-service
  • Airconditioned room
  • Mini-bar
  • Room with telephone
  • Internet connection
  • TV in the room
Hotel  
Metropol Palace
Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 69
Belgrade 11000
(+381 11) 333-3100, 333-3300
reception@metropolpalace.com
http://www.metropolpalace.com
  • 239Number of rooms
  • 289Number of beds
  • 174Single rooms
  • 25Double rooms
  • 40Apartments
  • 10Number of conference rooms
  • 2591Conference rooms capacity
  • Restaurant
  • Coffee longue
  • Parking space
  • Garage
  • Elevator
  • Buisness center
  • Facilities for handicapped persons
  • Room for non-smokers
  • Babysitter
  • Exchange
  • Credit card accepted
  • Safe box
  • Bathroom and toilet
  • Room-service
  • Airconditioned room
  • Mini-bar
  • Room with telephone
  • Internet connection
  • Radio in the room
  • TV in the room
  • Prepaid TV
Hotel  
Prezident
Futoška 109
Novi Sad 21000
(+381 21) 4877-444, 6624-333
rezervacije@prezidenthotel.com
http://www.prezidenthotel.com
  • 42Number of rooms
  • 52Number of beds
  • 5Single rooms
  • 27Double rooms
  • 10Apartments
  • 1Number of conference rooms
  • 112Conference rooms capacity
  • Outdoor swiming pool
  • Indoor swiming pool
  • Restaurant
  • Coffee longue
  • Parking space
  • Elevator
  • Buisness center
  • Fitness room
  • Sauna
  • Solarium
  • Room for non-smokers
  • Hairdresser
  • Exchange
  • Credit card accepted
  • Safe box
  • Bathroom and toilet
  • Room-service
  • Airconditioned room
  • Mini-bar
  • Room with telephone
  • Internet connection
  • TV in the room

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