Business Travel to Serbia

5 reasons to hold events in Serbia

Business Travel to Serbia

5 reasons to hold events in Serbia
  • Visa-free entry
    For many countries a visa to Serbia is not required. First of all, it allows everyone who wants to visit the country to be ready in a few days without collecting documents. No need to pay consular fees and other services in the process of obtaining a visa.
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  • Perfect location and logistics
    Serbia is located in the heart of Europe, and the flight from any place will be fast! Domestic routes are not very long, allowing you to see a lot without long-distance journeys. For example, a trip from Belgrade to the southern border with Bulgaria takes no more than 4 hours. Novi Sad, the second largest city of Serbia, is an hour away from Belgrade.
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  • Reasonable prices
    Accommodation in hotels in Serbia is still much cheaper than in hotels across Western Europe. This also applies to the cost of sightseeing tours, translation and interpreting services, equipment rental, etc. On top of that, hotels often provide conference and business rooms free of charge for groups staying at their hotel.
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  • Variety of tour types
    Each corporate tour is an individual project. In Serbia, sports and outdoor travel are perfectly developed, including rafting on rivers, hiking of varying difficulty level, equestrianism, and yachting.

    Serbia is famous for its wineries. There are several wine regions with excellent restaurants and hotels. Educational tours, gastronomic trails, cultural heritage and folklore, adventurous adventures - all this can be experienced in Serbia.
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  • Cozy atmosphere
    You should agree that it is very important to feel friendly attitude. Well, in Serbia you can feel like nowhere else: you are welcomed, appreciated and loved here! You will be welcomed as the closest relatives and dear guests!
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Come to Serbia! It's really cool here!

Options for trips and sightseeing tours, in addition to the official part of the program:

Belgrade, the capital of Serbia:

  • Kalemegdan Fortress.
  • Orthodox churches in Belgrade, including the largest Orthodox church in Eastern Europe, the Church of St. Sava.
  • White Court. The royal residence in Serbia.
  • Tito's Mausoleum and Blue Train, Museum of the History of Yugoslavia.
  • National restaurants (cafes) and places of worship of the city.
  • Rivers Danube and the Sava.

Must-visit attractions in Serbia:

  • Novi Sad 2022, a European Capital of Culture, Serbian Capital of Culture + Petrovaradin Fortress.
  • Fruška Gora, a complex of Orthodox monasteries with a rich ancient history, some of which date back to the XI-XII centuries.
  • Fortresses on the Danube River (Golubac, Smederevo, Ram) and the Djerdap reservoir.
  • Drwengrad on the Wet Mountain, an ethno-village directed by Emir Kusturica, the old railroad Shargan Eight, and the ethno-village Sirogojno.
  • Viminacium, an amazing excavation site from the Roman era.

Wine regions in Serbia:

• Vojvodina (Sremski Karlovci, Fruška Gora, Irig, Banatska Palanka, etc.)
• Šumadija, the most developed winemaking region of Serbia with an ancient tradition of winemaking (Arandjelovac, Topola, Vlaški Dol).

Sports, Hiking and Recreation:

  • Hiking in Serbia. The country has many peaks that will suit even a beginner's level of difficulty! Divcibare, Vršačke planine, Stara planina and other mountainous places will definitely appeal to lovers of active recreation.
  • National parks. Serbia, despite its relatively small territory, has a huge number of natural pearls! There are high mountains and areas with endless plains, clear rivers and picturesque lakes. Untouched nature, views that will take your breath away. Tara National Park, Fruska Gora, Drina River Canyon, etc.!
  • SPA hotels and balneological resorts. Serbia is rich in thermal springs, on the basis of which health resorts operate in Fruska Gora, Vrnjacka Banja, Arandjelovac, etc.


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