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Cheap flights from Serbia

Serbia, or officially the Republic of Serbia, is a sovereign state situated at the crossroads between Central and South-east Europe, covering the southern part of the Pannonian Plain and the central Balkans. Serbia is landlocked and borders Hungary to the north, Romania and Bulgaria to the east, Macedonia to the south, and Croatia, Bosnia, and Montenegro to the west. The capital of Serbia is Belgrade, and it is one of the largest cities in south-east Europe.

The current independence that Serbia is enjoying as of the moment was a result of the country breaking its union with Montenegro, which was originally formed in 1992. They broke apart in 2006, and up until now remains as an independent and autonomous country. In 2008, the parliament of Kosovo, which is known as Serbia's southern province characterized by an Albanian ethnic majority, declared independence from Serbia. The move received mixed responses from the international community.

Serbia is a member of the United Nations, the Council of Europe, the Organisation for Security and Co-Operation in Europe, the Partnership for Peace, the Organisation of the Black Sea Co-operation, and the Central European Free Trade Agreement. It is also an official candidate for membership in the European Union, which is negotiation its EU accession, acceding the country to the WTO and is a militarily neutral state.

Where to go

Belgrade – the capital of Serbia is a lively and upcoming European city with the Sava and Danube rivers running right through it. It is a nice place to start exploring Serbia, because apart from its main sites, which include the Kalemegdan Fortress, the Temple of Saint Sava, and the National Museum, it also has great transport modes.

Petrovaradin Citadel – towering over the river on a 40 metre-high volcanic slab, the Petrovaradin Citadel is nicknamed the “Gibraltar on the Danube(River), due to its position and the protection it had provided to the country. It was constructed with slave labour between 1692 and 1780, with its dungeons holding notable prisoners, including Karadorde and Tito. Other notable features of the citadel include its iconic clock tower, the museum, and the connecting passageways.

Chinatown – while virtually not a real “Chinatown,” Novi Sad's Chinatown is an up-and-coming district filled with vibrant creativity and character. It features cobbled alleys where boat workshops are usually held, band rehearsal garages, alternative clubs, and secret kafane that hide behind rubbish and vegetation. It is a make-shift cultural “centre” that is not yet overrated, so it is simply perfect for afternoon strolls.

Skadarska – often hailed as Belgrade's Montmartre, Skadarska is a favourite hangout place of 20th century artists and poets who flock the Balkan Peninsula. Today, its cobbled streets are still hangout places for locals who would want to hear some good music, relax over coffee or tea, see new art, and just enjoy good food.

Vienna – home to some of the most beautiful music ever produced, Vienna is the capital and the largest city of Austria, and one of the nine states of Austria. It is the country's primary city, and the country's cultural, economic, and political centre. Being regarded as the City of Music and the City of Dreams, it is worth visiting for its many beautiful structures, enchanting tunes, and sophistication extraordinaire. Within Vienna, do not miss out on the St. Stephen's Cathedral, the iconic Vienna State Opera, the Parliament building and City hall, and the Kunsthistorisches Museum.

Sofia – Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria; the 14th largest city in the European Union with a population of about 1.3 million European Union. It is located at the foot of Vitosha Mountain in the western part of the country, occupying a strategic position at the centre of the Balkan Peninsula. Within the city, travellers may visit the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, which is one of the Symbols of Bulgaria; Boyana Church and the Cyril and Methodius National Library; the National historical Museum, and he Vitosha Boulevard, which houses numerous fashion boutiques and luxury goods stores.

Travellers may be able to find long-haul flights from some of the airports in the country, particularly when they try from Belgrade's Nikola Tesla Airport. The Nikola Tesla Airport has connections to a few Asian destinations, including the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Russia.

How to get out

Belgrade's Nikola Tesla Airport is the international airport serving Belgrade. It was previously known as the Belgrade Airport – Surcin, until it was renamed in 2006 in honour of Serbian scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla. It is the busiest airport in the former Yugoslavia, and the busiest out of all airports in the country. Airlines that travel to the airport include Air Serbia, Wizz Air, Aegean Airlines, Alitalia, flyDubai, Wetihad, Lufthansa, Vueling, and many others.

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