Nestled in the heart of Europe, Serbia is a country full of picturesque cities and landscapes. Its capital, Belgrade, is a fusion of rich heritage and urban youthfulness: the National Museum and Museum of Contemporary Art and Belgrade Fortress sit just across the street from one another, boasting starkly contrasting yet equally magnificent architecture.
The Dorćol Plac area allows visitors to experience the richness of Belgrade’s culture from a present-day perspective. It's home to an array of theatre, music and art events, along with a bustling nightlife that has earned the capital the accolade of ‘The City that Never Sleeps’.
Away from the lively metropolitan pace, the Kopanik mountain range remains a popular destination throughout the seasons. During the winter, Kopanik becomes Serbia’s favourite ski resort, catering to winter sports enthusiasts of all abilities. Once the snow has cleared, the mountains reveal luscious greenery and ambient temperatures that offer exceptional surroundings for adventures including paragliding.