Cámaras en Vivo destacadas en Serbia
If you're looking for an inexpensive destination with a vast array of options, then Serbian beaches should definitely be in your list. Over the last few years, Serbian beach resorts have emerged as one of the most popular destinations in the region, attracting visitors from all across Europe and beyond. The coastal location of this largely mountainous country makes it particularly suitable for long, relaxing summer holidays, as the weather stays pleasant and temperatures stay low. If you're looking to book your holidays online, there are several options available which give you access to some of the best beaches and resorts in the region, making your holiday a fun, hassle-free retreat.
Belgrade is the capital of Serbia, a largely Catholic country which boasts some of the finest medieval structures in Europe. The stylish and sophisticated interior of this ancient city sets it off perfectly as it hosts one of the most exciting and varied range of winter holidays in the Adriatic region. The colourful, historic Centar Palace (which houses the national Museum) and beautiful art galleries are also a great way to relax, and a trip to the top of Mount Djerba is an exhilarating experience in itself, taken alongside a journey to the impressive Botanical Garden.
Sport is big business in Serbia, with football, rugby, ice hockey, volleyball, tennis, motor racing, cricket and more regularly being broadcast on local radio and television stations. Major cities such as Belgrade and Zerkalo find themselves high on the list of European tourist destinations with beautiful summer weather, with plenty of shopping and entertainment options on offer. Holidaymakers looking for a unique experience when travelling through the Adriatic can opt for trips to the picturesque towns and villages of Montenegro and within the neighbouring region of Croatia. The latter is well known for its rich history, with a colourful, lively culture and beautiful scenery as well as being a convenient gateway between Western Europe and Central Asia.