Peaceful and under democratic rule, the Balkans' largest and most influential country is opening its doors and visitors are rediscovering its historic sites, nature, skiing, and other considerable charms.

20 Members
Join Us!

Novi Sad 1 of 3 European Capitals of Culture for 2022

Aleksandar Cocek   Annually since 1985, the cultural poobahs of the European Union have desginated one or more of the continent's cities (and as of 2022 it's three), as Capitals of Culture, focusing on their cultural offerings, allowing them to organize a series of cultural events (many with a strong pan-European dimension); bring in considerable additional revenue; foster urban renewal; and raise their international profiles and images. Since the first one, Athens, most of the better known…

Read more…
0 Replies

You need to be a member of Tripatini to add comments!

Join Tripatini

Comments are closed.


  • A site called usually has some pretty good travel insights, and they´re on display here:
  • Culture Trip recently came out with a nice rundown Serbian spots not to miss: of
    The 15 Most Magical Destinations in Serbia
    Despite being a proud nation with an immense history and no small amount of political media coverage Serbia remains relatively undiscovered in the to…
  • I see another post on dining in Belgrade below - seems like it's becoming quite the thing, as the Washington Post is chiming in, too:
    Want to eat your way through Europe? Belgrade should be on your radar.
    Chefs in the Serbian capital are taking a page from New Nordic trendsetters to reinterpret Balkan food for fine-dining enthusiasts.
  • Belgrade is known for partying, but there's also some tasty food to be enjoyed, and a writer for The Daily Beast points us to some of it (and you might want to check this out on your phone, since the desktop version wants you to join before viewing it):
    Our Tips on Where to Eat in Belgrade, Serbia
    Partying might be what brings most tourists to this Balkan capital, but there’s plenty of good food to go around.
  • Visit Meteora! 

  • Hi John - Yes you can cross from serbia to the neighbouring republics - ex Ygo. For details see and you will see a program that does just that. Let me know if you need assistance.
  • Anybody know if it's possible to cross borders easily among the ex-Yugo republics like from Serbia to Montenegro to Kosovo etc? I'd like to do the region on a motorcycle this summer.
  • Are there direct flights from NYC to Serbia?
This reply was deleted.