myserbia
myserbia

#MySerbia is a campaign by the National Tourism Organisation of Serbia started to make Serbia more visible among young travelers around Europe. For this purpose, we invited four well-known international travel bloggers on a week-long journey through Serbia (from July 23rd to 29th and July 28th to August 4th 2015.). They will be accompanied by four young Serbian bloggers. Together, they will share their impressions from the trip on their blogs as well as on social media using the campaigns official hashtag – #MySerbia.

Share pictures, videos and tips about your favorite places and activities in Serbia on social media using #MySerbia hashtag and recommend them to our guests. Best posts using the hashtag will be displayed on the campaigns website my.serbia.travel as well as NTOS social media channels.

As announced, after the end of the bloggers’ trips, together we have picked four users with the most inspirational #MySerbia posts. The winners of a surprise weekend holiday for two in Serbia are: @NevenaBK, @Buki_blog, @JelenaKandic, @DakleOptimista.

Thanks for sharing all these wonderful #MySerbia moments. No reason to stop now as we still have a couple of surprises coming.

Beckie Enright
Nature in Serbia – A Land Undiscovered Beckie Enright, 28/10/2015

In the western reaches of Serbia, we moved through the Valjevo canyon like we were its first inhabitants, slowly and to a silence only broken by the trickling of the river which we would break with our steps as we crossed its winding paths over and over. A steam train transported us through the fluttering green forests that started in Mokra Gora and spread beyond the mountain peaks on the steam fuelled tracks of the Sargan Eight

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Serbia is more than Belgrade and the EXIT festival. Explore the country and enjoy the beautiful landscape. There are several ways to do so. You could just drive around or do some exciting things, such as... Read

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Belgrade has always featured high on my list. Possibly yours too? Maybe Novi Sad too. Chance to see the legendary EXIT festival? However when you mention Serbia as a destination to tourists, you tend to find people prefer visiting the more prettier Balkan counterparts. However for the curious traveller who is willing to dig a little deeper, if you go beyond the old world charm and pomp of Belgrade you will discover a country rich in

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Rob Lloyd
Adventures in Serbia – vlog Rob Lloyd, 25/08/2015

Great video blog "Adventures in Serbia" made by Rob Stop Having a Boring Life ! Check out and

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The Danube is the second biggest and longest river in Europe and it took me over 35 years to finally see it for the first time and... to fall in love with it! I was born and raised in Germany and I've seen quite a bit from Germany already, but not the Donau. Donau is what others call Danube and I still don't understand why you give places a complete different name than the original. Why do the Italians call Munich “Monaco”.

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