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Serbia Blog Posts
Things to do in Belgrade – a mini-guide on what to do including a guide to alternative Belgrade and places to see during a short break in Serbia’s capital.
Spomenik photographs: Epic Tito-era World War II-related monuments and memorials, known as spomeniks, constructed in the former Yugoslavia.
What and where are Belgrade’s Modern City Gates? Visiting the Genex Tower and Rudo, iconic tower blocks in the Serbian capital.
Where to break the journey between Belgrade and Budapest. Novi Sad, Subotica, Szeged and Kecskemet in Serbia and Hungary are all worth a visit.
Read our suggestions for interesting places to break the journey on the Belgrade to Bar train, the most scenic railway trip in the Balkans.
Discovering the Air Force Command building in the Belgrade municipality of Zemun. The building was attacked in the 1999 NATO bombing of Serbia.
Visiting the site of Sajmište Concentration Camp and the memorial to the city’s Jewish and Roma population detained there, New Belgrade, Serbia.
Visiting the Crveni Krst (Red Cross) Concentration Camp and Bubanj Memorial Park in Nis, two culturally important sights in south Serbia.
A 3-week Budapest to Belgrade itinerary. The highlights of the Balkans, travelling from Hungary through Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia & Hercegovina to Serbia.
Photo essay and thoughts on a new found admiration for unapologetic Soviet and communist-era architecture or the former U.S.S.R.
Renting a car in Serbia: The highs and lows of our Serbia road trip. Tracking down Spomeniks, following the course of the Danube and battling the potholes.