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Top five hikes in Serbia

Top five hikes in Serbia

For the most part, Serbia's natural landscapes are a great unknown to travellers. One of Europe's best-kept secrets, Serbia boasts crystal clear lakes, forest clad mountains, ice-cold rivers, deep gorges, and countless national parks and conservation areas.

Serbia unearths major new tourist attraction

Serbia is currently excavating the archaeological ruins of the major Roman city and military camp of Moesia (now Serbia) dating back to the First century AD.

Serbia hosts a trio of festivals

Serbia is home to three huge festivals that all take place within one week in August and promise an experience to be found unlike anywhere else in the world.

Experience the Guca Brass Band Festival

Balkan madness and brass bands like you’ve never heard them. Every year 300,000 people descend on the village of Gu?a, home to just 3,000 inhabitants, for the Brass Band Festival and its famous Golden Trumpet competition.

Wizz Air opens two new routes from Serbia

Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced today that it would open two more routes from Serbia from March, 2011.

Wizz Air to open Belgrade base with 5 new routes

Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe has announced that it will establish its 13th operating base in Belgrade, Serbia starting in April 2011. Initially the airline will deploy one brand new Airbus A320 aircraft.

Discover Serbia with Travel the Unknown

Discover Serbia with Travel the Unknown

Travel the Unknown has launched tours to Serbia, one of Europe’s truly undiscovered destinations.

Wizz Air launches flights from Serbia

Wizz Air has announced plans to enter the Serbian market by opening two new routes from Belgrade, as early as Summer 2010. The initial network will include services to Dortmund and London Luton from 12 June and 24 July respectively.

Holidays to inexpensive Europe

Value for money has always been a priority for Regent Holidays, which takes away the tedium of watching the pennies on holiday thanks to its selection of unusual, accordingly-inexpensive destinations, including the vast majority of Europe’s top 10 least expensive countries, as revealed by Eurostat in July.

Cruising is booming

Cruising is booming

River cruising is booming this year, according to cruise news and reviews site, With the pound struggling against the Euro, cost-conscious British holidaymakers have discovered that river cruising holidays offer great solutions for multi-city sightseeing trips in the Euro zone on rivers such as the Rhine and the Danube. Further afield, more adventurous expeditions along rivers such as the Nile or Yangtze are also proving popular.

Choose to cruise - Europe’s remarkable rivers

Choose to cruise - Europe’s remarkable rivers

Meander through majestic mountains, sail through Europe’s valleys and visit vineyards with leading cruise company Page & Moy. The addition of 11 stunning new itineraries for 2010 take in the spectacular riverscapes of Europe.