Nušićijada is an infotainment festival, a festival of humor and merriment, which blends into one the theater, the film, music, street events, etc. During the three festival days, Ivanjica transforms into an old small town from the late 19th and the early 20th centuries, which is one of the main “magnets” for visitors.
Miloš Pantić is a well-known Belgrade man's hairdresser, but also a man who is passionate about art. On the 24th of August, at the Center for Fine Arts, Gvarnerius he opens his second solo exhibition and the first ever seen exhibition of a new art form – digital monotypes.
Belgrade Beer Fest 2019 started yesterday, August 15th, and will last until Monday, August 19th. Belgrade Beer Fest is probably the biggest beer festival in South-Eastern Europe. Within 5 days, over 500.000 people visit the festival.
In the beautiful setting of the Sava promenade, the National Tourism Organization of Serbia, in cooperation with the company Belgrade Waterfront, opened a photo exhibition on the 4th of July on the theme of the exceptional natural beauties of our country. National parks and Nature parks are at the center of attention.
The Russian Music Festival "Kustendorf Klasik" – a joint project of Emir Kusturica and Gazprom Neft Company starts on July 10th at Mećavnik. Young artists from music schools and academies from Serbia, Republic of Srpska, Russia, Belarus, Germany and China compete at Kustendorf Classic Festival.
In the first days of July, Novi Sad is "overwhelmed" with youth. Just before the music festival EXIT – on July 2nd, the Regional Youth Tourism Fair opens.
Dragan Kurucić is a member of the Association of Applied Arts Artists and Designers of Vojvodina, the Visual Arts Circle Association from the Fortress of Petrovaradin, and the European Institute for Photography.
Kristine Greenlaw is an educational leader who inspires her colleagues and students to assume challenges. She worked at numerous international schools in Central America, Asia and Africa.
From May 24th to 26th, in the very heart of Belgrade, at the Belgrade Fortress, a unique “open-air festival” is held, where various events and tourist destinations in Serbia and the region are presented, as well as the best gastronomic offerings in our country.
The National Tourism Organization of Serbia, in cooperation with the TO of the city of Loznica, organized the 10th Tourism Forum, which took place in the reconstructed, „glittering space“ of the „Kur Salon“ in Banja Koviljača.