The Balkans

Serbia

Photo credit: Dragan Bosnic, Branko Jovanovic, Srdjan Veljovic, NTOS archive

New Europe’s Newest Playground

Halfway between the Adriatic and the Black Sea, landlocked Serbia encompasses gentle valleys, craggy mountains, venerable Roman bastions, and an energetic trendy capital city, Belgrade. Sadly, Serbia is a place where so many young adults have had a personal experience of war or the effects of war. Yet, this country is moving towards healing, acceptance of its past, and hope of eventual acceptance into the European Community.

Why travel to Serbia with MIR

Travelers frequently praise us for our inspired itineraries that take them deeper into the culture and communities of the places we visit. Journey with us to Serbia to get better acquainted with the local people and to appreciate the distinctive art, architecture, and accomplishments of Serbia. No longer isolated from the international community, Serbia’s economy is growing, its transportation and digital infrastructures are expanding, and tourism possibilities in its mountainous regions – replete with UNESCO-listed medieval Orthodox monasteries and Roman fortresses – are attracting worldwide attention. We’ve long been big fans of travel to Serbia, and we continue offering our clients the inside track here.

  • Over 25 years of Serbia travel experience
  • Twice named one of National Geographic Adventure’s “Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth”
  • Many individuals and groups have chosen MIR to guide them to Serbia
  • Personalized travel planning from start to finish
  • On-the-ground support
  • Guides and tour managers that clients rave about
  • Quality you can trust
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Danube River in Belgrade. Photo credit: Dragan Bosnic, Branko Jovanovic, Srdjan Veljovic, NTOS archive
Belgrade nights. Photo credit: Dragan Bosnic, Branko Jovanovic, Srdjan Veljovic, NTOS archive
Serbian Flag. Photo credit: Cynthia Hummel
The Church of Saint Sava in Belgrade, Serbia. Photo credit: Peter Guttman
Local streets in Belgrade, Serbia. Photo credit: Peter Guttman
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  • Danube River in Belgrade. Photo credit: Dragan Bosnic, Branko Jovanovic, Srdjan Veljovic, NTOS archive Danube River in Belgrade. Dragan Bosnic, Branko Jovanovic, Srdjan Veljovic, NTOS archive
  • Belgrade nights. Photo credit: Dragan Bosnic, Branko Jovanovic, Srdjan Veljovic, NTOS archive Belgrade nights. Dragan Bosnic, Branko Jovanovic, Srdjan Veljovic, NTOS archive
  • Serbian Flag. Photo credit: Cynthia Hummel Serbian Flag. Cynthia Hummel
  • The Church of Saint Sava in Belgrade, Serbia. Photo credit: Peter Guttman The Church of Saint Sava in Belgrade, Serbia. Peter Guttman
  • Local streets in Belgrade, Serbia. Photo credit: Peter Guttman Local streets in Belgrade, Serbia. Peter Guttman
  • Novi Sad - the second largest city in Serbia. Photo credit: Dragan Bosnic, Branko Jovanovic, Srdjan Veljovic, NTOS archive Novi Sad - the second largest city in Serbia. Dragan Bosnic, Branko Jovanovic, Srdjan Veljovic, NTOS archive
  • Street art in Belgrade, Serbia. Photo credit: Martin Klimenta Street art in Belgrade, Serbia. Martin Klimenta

Traveler Reviews

  • "I enjoyed everything about this trip. Everyone at MIR was great. The other travelers were great. The service was first rate. The accommodations were first class. A fantastic tour. I will be traveling again with MIR in the future."

    R. Barkley

    Morgan Hill, CA