Devil’s Town Serbia

Devil’s Town a natural phenomenon of Serbia

The monument of nature, “Devil’s Town” is located in the South of Serbia, on the Radan Mountain on the territory of the village of Đake, 27km southeast of Kuršumlija, 89km southwest of Niš and 288km away from Belgrade. This natural monument is comprised of two natural and rare in the world phenomena: the soil figures, […]

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Croatia

The new promotional video by Croatian national tourist board was successfully presented in London

During the second day of the World Travel Market (WTM), and within the Croatian stand, the Croatian National Tourist Board premiered its new promotional video. Approximately 200 participants attended the video premiere, among which were numerous partners, co-exhibitors, and representatives of foreign and national media. The new promotional video was filmed in various well-known locations […]

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Fortress Vranduk

Medieval fortress Vranduk the “Gate of Bosnia”

For six centuries Vranduk was known as the “Gate of Bosnia”. It represents one of many medieval Bosnian towns which had a vibrant political, economic and cultural life. Vranduk has a citadel with the main tower and protective wall, surrounding the interior of the medieval town. Today, this fortress serves as a great touristic spot […]

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Tara river canyon Durmitor National Park

National Park Durmitor the Mother Nature’s showpiece

National park Durmitor is the largest of 5 national parks in Montenegro. Durmitor is located in the northern part of the country, partly with the park border running along the border between Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The impossibly rugged and dramatic Durmitor (Дурмитор) is one of Montenegro’s and Mother Nature’s showpieces. Carved out by […]

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Hotel President Sarajevo

Hotel President – Sarajevo’s Finest

Hotel President Sarajevo was established in July 2015 and is located in the center of Sarajevo old town. As tourists would reffer to ‘where East meets West‘. Hotel President is favourite operating base for business people, but due to its location is perfect for tourists who seek leisure as well. Good connectivity by bus, tram, and taxi vehicles allows […]

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Marija Bistrica Church

Marija Bistrica Croatia’s largest pilgrimage

The red-roofed village of Marija Bistrica on the slopes of Medvednica mountain in Krapina-Zagorje county is the largest and most important pilgrimage site in Croatia. What steals the show here is the Marija Bistrica Church, with its Black Madonna statue, and The Stations of the Cross path up Calvary Hill. Marija Bistrica is about 40 […]

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Exit-Jahorina

Exit starting a Winter Festival on Jahorina Mountain

The already-large Exit Festival family from next year will include another member. After launching Sea Dance in Jazz, and a year later the Revolution in Timisoara, and this year and Sea Star in Umag, the EXIT team is launching a new festival that will be held from March 15th to 18th next year at the […]

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