Serbia is located in central part of Balkan peninsula in south-eastern Europe. It is a continental country but It is related with distant seas with Danube passing through it. International roads and railways which are passing through the valleys of Serbia’s rivers make the shortest link between western Europe and Middle East.
Serbia is multiethnic country with almost 8 million habitants. Most of population is Orthodox Christian. Official language is Serbian and the official script is Cyrillic.
The capital of Serbia is Belgrade.
Serbia’s cities are places where the rhythms of Balkan, Byzantine and central European daily life come together. An opulent blend of history, architecture, culture and entertainment is settled in each of Serbia’s 23 cities. Year round, through the four seasons, Serbia counts numerous cultural, entertaining, traditional and sporting events, all displaying the creative power and spiritual vitality of this dynamic and vibrant country.
Serbia has five national parks which are among the largest in Europe. A unique natural attraction is “Devil’s Town”, a naturally occurring unique rock formation, which is one of the wonder’s of the world.
Serbia’s varied cuisine has its origins in the diversity of its people, culture and geography, not to mention the patchwork of population shifts over the centuries.
Food and cuisine are so important to Serbian culture, that there are a myriad of festivals to celebrate the joy of preparing and making food.