Travelling along the cheese and honey paths is for all those searching for new and old flavors, as well as the pleasure of discovering new places, cultures, customs, traditions, natural beauties and new attractions.
Inspired by the wall painting and architecture of the Middle Ages in the Balkans, Fantasia di Yeya clothing articles send a message of the undying beauty of cultural heritage.
Nonna Handmade is a small realm of handicrafts made by the joint skill of the four pairs of hands, i.e. the four generations of one family. It may initially confuse you, but it is a never-ending game.
The Tourist Organization of Sokobanja has just published the new brochure entitled "Fulfilling days in Sokobanja Spa". Emphasis is placed on the unsurpassed excursion offer.
Zlatibor is the most visited mountain in Serbia during the year. Interest in it does not wane even during the hot summer days, but also during the winter months.
The main promoters of Sokobanja are its guests, who – by using the oldest and the most reliable “marketing tool”, i.e. conveying one’s own experiences by “word of mouth” – testify to the benefits they have received during their stay in Sokobanja.
The Republic Day, November 29th, was considered as the most important public holiday in the former Socialist Yugoslavia. This year, on exactly that date, the first group of tourists started a journey, travelling by Tito’s “Blue Train” from Belgrade to “Užice Republic”.
The City of Kragujevac is the first capital of the new-century Serbia. In it, the first court, the first grammar school, the first theater… were established, and the Serbian industry was born in this city. The Monument to the Pupils and Teachers Executed by Firing Squad and the “Fića” automobile are its symbols.
In cooperation with the “Belgrade Waterfront” company, the National Tourism Organization of Serbia has for a longer time now been organizing thematic exhibitions in the open air, in a nice-looking and inspiring space of the Sava Promenade – a promenade on the very riverbank of the Sava.
As early as in the 1960s, Stanimirka Golubović realized that she could feed her family by making her nice-looking handicrafts. She followed the example of the jumpers made in nearby Sirogojno, which became a world brand.