Having come through the troubles and conflict of the 90s, it was not until 2003 that the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia ended and two countries emerged – Serbia and Montenegro.
Located at the crossroads of central and south-eastern Europe, the country offers a variety of natural landscapes, from the fertile plains in the north giving way to lush rolling hills; and from wooded valleys turning to the Dinaric Alps in the south. History is visible in the mixed socialist blocks, Orthodox churches, imperial palaces and 18th century fortresses.
Today, Serbia has become a democracy knocking on the doors of Europe, and is still relatively untouched by tourism – so be sure to visit this underrated destination before the secret gets out.
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