Serbia’s enchanting landscapes are a true feast for the eyes and soul. Whichever region of Serbia you choose to visit, you are guaranteed to leave with lasting impressions of its magical scenery and unrivalled experiences. Belgrade, the capital, is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. The city is steeped in a rich cultural and historic heritage which is reflected in its many museums, including the National Museum, the Military Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Nikola Tesla Museum. Between the charming medieval villages and the lush valleys and forests, Serbia is a hidden gem in the middle of the Balkans.
Bosnia & Hercegovina is a small mountainous country sitting between Croatia and Serbia. It has been through Christian, Muslim and Orthodox hands. While people seem to enjoy their multicultural location, there was much destruction of its heritage. The capital Sarajevo is certainly coming back to life and there is plenty to see and do. A drive through the craggy. dramatic countryside is unforgettable.