Serbia

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Bradt Travel Guides, 2010 - 376 Seiten

?Perhaps the greatest attraction of all, considering the long years of isolation, is the welcome the visitor can expect to receive,' writes Serbia author Laurence Mitchell. This guide helps visitors explore one of southeast Europe's most exciting destinations with unrivalled information on all aspects of the country's vibrant cultural life. In this unique guide, Laurence Mitchell leads travellers to rural monasteries, tranquil national parks and hip nightclubs. Here traditional folk customs, swinging summer festivals and cost eateries are all ingredients in the country's cultural melting pot. This fully revised third edition provides fresh information, which will appeal to business visitors, adventure travellers and those with art, history and wildlife interests. As a prime destination for winter sports, mountain resorts ? as well as a range of health spas in spectacular settings ? are covered. Raise a glass of belo vino and toast Serbia's reawakening. New to tourism, but determined to show the world all its attributes: delicious food, beautiful countryside, friendly people, low prices, good music ? including the acclaimed EXIT festival, safe travel and excellent city nightlife. The scars of war have faded and visitors can certainly expect a warm welcome.

?A good introduction to the country.' The Telegraph

?Quite simply fantastic, almost faultless?Each page filled me with the desire to see the country and meet the people?Again, all I can say is congratulations on the guide.' A reader comment

 

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Inhalt

Background Information
3
Practical Information
53
Belgrade
95
Along the Danube
171
Central Serbia
191
Vojvodina
213
West and Southwest Serbia
275
East and Southeast Serbia
317
Language
354
Glossary of Serbian Terms
360
Further Information
362
Index
370
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Über den Autor (2010)

Laurence Mitchell is a travel writer and photographer. He has travelled widely on five continents and first visited Serbia in the 1970s when hitch-hiking through the former Yugoslavia. He is the author of Bradt's Kyrgyzstan.

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