Serbian history can best be met through her churches, monasteries and temples. Serbian temples carry the story of Serbian endowment. The most beautiful and the oldest temples were built by the powerful Serbian rulers, and some of them spent their last years of life as monks. Endowments are left by nobles, monks, and ordinary citizens too.
Spas (banja in Serbian) with their numerous geothermal springs, along with countless air spas, that have beneficial effect on the general health, present a great natural wealth of Serbia. The whole concept of tourism in Serbia was established in the most visited spa in Serbia – Vrnjačka Banja. Nature was generous to Serbia in the form of more than 1,000 geothermal and mineral waters in 40 Serbian spas. There is still a centuries-old tradition of using thermal springs, just as they were used 2,000 years ago by Romans for relaxation and healing of their legionnaires. It is believed that Romans used the thermo-mineral waters in Gamzigrad spa, because they built the imperial complex Felix Romulianu in the vicinity of it.
What makes Serbian landscape so diverse, are its various natural features located near each other in a relatively small geographical area. There are colossal mountains, plains, deserts, mild forested landscapes with series of streams and calm rivers, steep canyons and gorges and enchanting caves.
Archaeological sites in the country reveal that Serbia was once the home of ancient civilizations, the birthplace of 16 roman emperors, and briefly even hosted the capital of the Roman Empire. Here are listed the most significant.
Come of Serbia’s authentic vibe, only a couple of hours’ drive away from Belgrade’s urban buzz. Can be easily done by car, bus, train and even boat.