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Price and Availability Index for Serbia
Holiday Letting Price Information in Serbia
We analysed price data and summarised them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Serbia. The most expensive dates to travel to Serbia are in June (06/06 - 13/06). The week with the lowest average prices is in May (16/05 - 23/05).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Serbia
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. The most challenging week to find a letting in the next twelve months is in March (07/03 - 14/03). The week with the most available holiday lettings is in September (28/09 - 05/10), with 92 of the vacation rentals available.
Holiday accommodation in Serbia, the gem of the Balkans!
From the old influence of German style house building, to the Communist-era solid concrete apartment buildings - architecture and accommodation in Serbia is as fascinating and historical as it is diverse. Choose from village houses known as 'week-end houses', often with beautiful fruit gardens to Soviet-styled high rise apartment buildings in bustling city centres.
What to eat on your holiday in Serbia
With a rich influence from both the Turkish and the Austro-Hungarian empires, cuisine in Serbia is rich, hearty and bursting with the flavours of local produce. Try a hand rolled 'sarma' (pork mince and rice in fermented cabbage leaves), a winter speciality! For the non-meat eaters, visit the local markets to pick out farm fresh fruits and vegetables specific to whichever region of the country you may be visiting.
The domestic liquor know as 'rakija' (produced from fermented fruits such as plum, grape, pear or anything else you have in your garden!) is a must to sample on a visit to Serbia - sip it in the morning with Turkish coffee or at the end of a meal. However, be aware of the high alcohol content!
The weather in Serbia: from sunny beaches to snowy mountain sides
The Serbian climate offers one of the most extreme in Eastern Europe, and with far greater variances than countries in Western Europe.
Sun lovers can enjoy hot and dry summers lazing on the sandy beaches of the Danube or Tara rivers. Many water sports, such as kayaking, swimming, water skiing, fishing and boating, are offered along various towns and cities dotted along the beautiful river shorelines.
For those more inclined to cold and snowy holidays regions such as Zlatibor and Kopaonik, Southern Serbia offers some of the most beautiful snow capped peaks to be enjoyed all winter long. Well priced ski resorts provide a range of skiing and snowboarding entertainment for beginners to intermediate skiers, allowing Serbia to fast become a well-known region for budget friendly winter holidays.
Enjoying Serbia after sunset
Serbia, and in particular Belgrade, have seen a steady climb up the ladder of must visit 'party - venues' on the European map, partly thanks to its low prices and high level of safety.
From nightclubs on docked boats, known in Serbia as 'splavs', to themed bars and cafés in either upmarket or more bohemian areas - Belgrade has something to suit every party animal!
Party hours start late in Serbia, usually close to midnight, and go well into the early morning hours - so be sure to fuel up with a good dinner beforehand. Alternatively, stop at a local burger-stand (pljeskavica) and replenish yourself mid-evening!
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