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Tours to Serbia

Journey to the heart of the Balkans on a Serbia small group tour. With its captivating history and wild national parks, there's lots to discover. And on our Serbia holidays you'll experience the warm hospitality of the locals and the delicious local food and drink.

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Take in all of the must-see sights, and discover roads less-travelled on our Serbia small group tours. Hop aboard the Sargan Eight Railway to weave in and out of mountain tunnels leading up the steep valley and enjoy far-reaching views of verdant landscapes from the top. You can also join our Balkans Rail Adventure to travel from Podgorica in Montenegro, through mossy gorges and snow-capped mountains, to the city of Belgrade.

Immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of Belgrade’s busy streets and wander along the picturesque banks of the River Danube and River Sava for an insight into Serbia’s turbulent history as well as its contemporary transformation. Visit one of the many restaurants to indulge in a feast of traditional Serbian food, and why not try the local tipple, rakia. 

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Tours to Serbia

Evidence of history is never far away in Serbia, a land subjugated by the Romans in the 2nd century. No less than 17 emperors went on to be born there, and today, a slew of excavated temples, amphitheatres, baths, and palaces recall the splendour of the antiquities. If anything, the Byzantine era was even more formative for Serbia, signifying a golden age in thought, politics, and cultural development. Fine monasteries, churches, and commanding fortifications are among Serbia’s outstanding medieval heritage, along with Christian artwork and early forms of Slavic literature.

More recently, Serbia’s 20th century history has been dominated by episodes of instability and turmoil. Two Balkan wars saw its territory expand by 80%, whilst the pan-Slavic union of Yugoslavia bound it to its neighbours as one. In 1989, following decades of Communist rule, Slobodan Milosevic notoriously fuelled ethnic tensions across the Balkans.

As Yugoslavia tore itself apart, Milosevic clamped down on civil liberties and sought to stamp his authority on the rebellious province of Kosovo. NATO responded by bombing Serbia non-stop for almost three months, eventually forcing a surrender. In 2000, isolated and impoverished after years of economic sanctions, half a million protesters gathered in the capital to force Milosevic out of power. Today, Serbia is a free, democratic and independent nation striving to re-invent itself in the 21st century.

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