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Thing to Do in Sremski Karlovci Guide

A Day in Sremski Karlovci: Architecture, Culture & Wine

Just 8 km from central Novi Sad, Sremski Karlovci has a population of fewer than 10,000 people. But the small town is rich in beautiful architecture and historical monuments, not to mention a few fascinating museums and wineries. According to archaeological evidence, the area has been inhabited since at least Neolithic times, while the Romans …

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Subotica Guide

Touring the Art Nouveau Architecture of Subotica

Right along the border with Hungary is one of Serbia’s most endearing towns. Subotica has long had more Hungarians than Serbs, and their influence over the area’s architecture remains clear. Many of the remarkable buildings around town were built in the Hungarian Secession style of the early 20th century, and we’ll be covering all of the …

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Visiting Topola

Visiting Topola & Vršac: Two Hearts of Historic Uprisings

For whatever reason, visiting Topola, a town situated about 75 km south of Belgrade, doesn’t appear on many travelers’ itineraries. But the town is intrinsically linked with the legendary rebel Karađorđe and his descendants, several of whom would go on to rule Serbia and the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. And one doesn’t need to be a history expert …

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Sarajevo Architecture Guide

Sarajevo Architecture: The Ultimate Guide

As cliché as it may sound, Sarajevo is truly a city where East meets West. Walking around Bosnia & Herzegovina’s bustling capital, you’ll find medieval mosques standing side by side with Central European structures and Neo-Moorish masterpieces. In this Sarajevo architecture guide, we’ll be covering the top landmarks to seek out during your time in …

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Perast Our Lady of the Rocks

Exploring Kotor Bay: Our Lady of the Rocks & Risan’s Roman Mosaics

The Bay of Kotor is as historically rich as it is visually stunning. And just a short distance away from the hustle and bustle of central Kotor are two small towns where history, natural beauty and classical architecture converge. Perast is gorgeous in its own right, but it’s best known for the manmade island of …

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