In just about two hours drive from Belgrade, you can reach the “queen of the continent” – the Spa, which is equally famous for invigorating and healing and for a fun place. The ancient Romans were treated in Vrnjačka Banja, as evidenced by the site of Fons Romanus...
Serbia now has the best platform for booking accommodation, an internet space that will easily take us to the most beautiful places in the world. And in just a few clicks. Meet bookaweb.com.
The most significant tourism event in the country and Southeast Europe – the 42nd International Belgrade Tourism Fair – will be held at the Belgrade Fair from 20th to 23rd February 2020.
The motifs of the Moriah collection design are created from different combinations of diamonds, gold, and the stone of Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Diamonds are the most precious stone in the world; gold is a personification of nobleness, and the Jerusalem stone originates from the most holy of grounds on the planet Earth.
Paul Wade, Deputy Principal of the British International School in Belgrade, joined this institution in September 2019. In a short period of time, he has managed to lay the foundation for some innovative models of teaching and learning including a reform of the grading system.
Under the slogan “Summer is Closer than You Think”, the 41st International Belgrade Tourism Fair will be held on February 21 – 24, 2019.
The National Tourism Organization of Serbia awarded the Tourism Flower, the highest acknowledgment for a contribution to the development of the tourism of our country for the thirty-fourth time. This award is all the greater since tourism is our fastest-growing economic branch after construction.
Tourists staying in Belgrade have at their disposal a free map of the city with a guide that introduces them to the twelve most beautiful ambients of the city. The map can be found at most hotels and in the BelGuest Magazine issues.
After a successful long-term career as a teacher and principal in New Zealand and international schools, Mr. Warren Bowers has recently come to Belgrade to become the ISB Lower School Principal.
The Hotel Metropol is among the city’s most important architectural monuments. Designed by famous Serbian architect Dragiša Brašovan, it was conceived and built as one of the most exclusive and elegant hotels of its era.