There comes a moment when one would gladly escape the city and all that concrete and hide among dense trees reflecting against the water surface, somewhere where it’s possible to breathe in and out, where pristine landscapes leave a woman speechless. Even better if one can learn about the local history and culture at the
There’s no surprise there when you learn that on the way from Negotin to Paracin town in Eastern Serbia there will be traces of rich history to admire, but the lavish nature as well. It’s always like that when you go around Serbia! The distance between the two towns is less than 160 km which
Djerdap Gorge (or the Iron Gate Serbia) is the place I have visited by bus with the group of tourists, by boat cruising along the Danube River, and by a car while driving there myself for a few times. And I did it again recently!
You may wonder why I have chosen the area of Despotovac town to be my first Serbian destination. I can almost hear the local people saying: “It’s simple, we have everything here!” And they are so right! So, here is what to see in Despotovac Serbia.
British diplomat traveled through Balkans and Serbia in the middle of the 19th century and wrote a book about it. Now, two centuries later, I will let him escort me on my journey – through my own country! Read more about it in the Glimpses of the 19th-century Serbia special series!