This is the third edition of the Komshe travel guidebook to Serbia, written and published by travel specialists from that country.
The guide is divided into sections covering eight regions in Serbia (including Belgrade), with more than 150 tourist destinations. There are regional maps and accommodation listings plus other practical information. Use it to discover Serbia's history, religion, Christian monasteries, traditional architecture and cuisine while gaining an understanding of customs, manners and more!
There are other basic, useful facts: visas, diplomatic missions, health and security, transport, banks and currency, student information, shopping advice, sports activities, a glossary of common Serbian phrases and other important tips for travellers. There are more than 650 colour photos which show clearly what to expect before the traveller arrives. Of special note are places rarely visited by outsiders-ancient castles, monasteries, national parks, and ruins of the Roman, Ottoman, and Austro-Hungarian cultures that left their mark in Serbia. The guide includes insider recommendations for Serbia's roaring music festivals, arts, opera, and picturesque floating cafes on the Danube.
Vladimir Dulovic has been travelling around the region of South Eastern Europe for over a decade. He was born in Belgrade where he graduated with history as his major.