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Where to stay in Serbia

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Top hotels in Serbia

Hilton Belgrade
Hilton Belgrade
4 out of 5
Kralja Milana 35, Belgrade
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs8,007 per night from 3 Jan to 4 Jan
4.8/5Exceptional! (191 reviews)

"The reception staff are excellent - they greeted us with warm welcome and when we asked them to teach us 'Hello' and 'Thank You' in Serbian language they were delighted to help. They asked the nature of our visit and we explained that we were celebrating our 25th Wedding Anniversary and this was ..."…"

Reviewed on 12 Mar 2020

Hilton Belgrade
Swiss Diamond Hotel Prishtina
Swiss Diamond Hotel Prishtina
5 out of 5
Sheshi Nena Tereze, Pristina, Kosovo
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs8,701 per night from 26 Dec to 27 Dec
4.6/5Wonderful! (122 reviews)

"I stayed here mid-week and obviously it's a quieter time than at weekends. The staff were always smiling, approachable yet unobtrusive. There was a general an air of relaxation about the place. My room was close to a lift yet quiet, the bed very comfortable and all the necessary amenities were to ..."…"

Reviewed on 12 Mar 2020

Swiss Diamond Hotel Prishtina
Hotel Moskva
Hotel Moskva
4 out of 5
Terazije 20, Belgrade
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs4,701 per night from 4 Jan to 5 Jan
4.5/5Wonderful! (645 reviews)

"The hotel is amazing. Location is by everything in the city. The hospitality of the staff was excellent."…"

Reviewed on 21 Nov 2020

Hotel Moskva
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Serbia Holiday Packages

Discover the natural and cultural attractions of a European destination known for scenic natural beauty, historic monasteries and an exciting capital city. Serbia offers natural and wild scenery in its wooded valleys, national parks, huge forests, river valleys and gorges. Enjoy its urban centers too, with museums, galleries, fascinating architecture and exciting nightlife.

The capital Belgrade is a laid-back city with a plethora of attractions. Enjoy a commanding view of the city from Belgrade Fortress in the Upper and Lower Town. Nearby, see the Serbian-Byzantine Cathedral of Saint Sava and urban Kalemegdan Park. Visit some of Belgrade's many museums and galleries. At the Nikola Tesla Museum, see live demonstrations of some of the Serbian scientist’s inventions. View traditional costumes, craftwork and old photographs of folk rituals at the Ethnographic Museum. Enjoy a late-night drink in Skadarlija, a neighbourhood of bohemian cobblestone streets with art galleries, antique stores, cafés and restaurants.

Travel about 55 miles (90 kilometres) northeast of Belgrade to Vršac. Tour wineries and vineyards in this town with an ancient history of wine-making. Serbia has several wine-growing regions, each with at least one wine route to follow.

Appreciate the diverse natural attractions of Serbia. Explore the forests, ravines and Danube River valley of Djerdap National Park as well as the 14th-century Golubac Fortress. See many monasteries in Fruška Gora National Park and take on natural outdoor challenges in Tara National Park. Observe more than 200 species of birds at the Carska Bara wetland region. During winter, enjoy ski runs and off-piste areas in the southern mountain range of Kopaonik. In summer, swim in the clear waters of Borsko Jezero (Lake Bor). Near the town of Bor is Zlotska Cave, part of which you can walk through on a guided tour. See unusual natural formations and learn about the archaeological findings made here. 

Stop at the city of Niš to see the Skull Tower built of human remains and the Roman ruins of Mediana, part-time residence of Emperor Constantine the Great.

The country is known for the architecture and art of its monasteries. Enjoy the Byzantine paintings and marble structures of the 12th-century Orthodox Studenica Monastery, where remains of early Serbian kings are interred. Admire murals and frescoes and the surrounding forest scenery.

Serbia is an excellent choice for adventure, culture and relaxation.

Frequently asked questions

How much does a Serbia holiday package cost?
Get ready to book, because a getaway to Serbia starts from a tempting . When you bundle your hotels, flights and car rentals into a travel package, you’ll score the best deals.
If I'm not able to travel, can I cancel my Serbia holiday package?
It’s impossible to predict what tomorrow might bring, so it’s good to know that you can cancel or change your Serbia holiday package. If you booked in the last 24 hours, you may be eligible for a refund. If it’s an older booking, your airline, hotel or car rental company may charge a fee. Visit our Customer Service Portal to learn more.
How do I get a cheap travel package to Serbia?
Think of all the thrilling things you could do in Serbia with a spare 21.4%. If you bundle your airfare and hotel bookings into a holiday package, you could save as much as that! You have a huge amount of choice when you book your trip with Expedia. In fact, you can choose from over 400 airlines and 321,000 hotel options throughout the world. Whether you’re heading away with the family or travelling solo, organising a trip to Serbia is better with a package.
Where should I stay in Serbia?
If you’re eager to see well-known sights such as Republic Square and Church of Saint Sava, make sure you visit Belgrade. You might want to stay a while to really delve into this thriving city.
What are the top hotels in Serbia?
For properties in Belgrade with cosy beds and friendly service, you can’t beat Hotel Moskva and Hyatt Regency Belgrade. If you’re stopping by Novi Sad as well, you can look forward to a great night’s sleep at Sheraton Novi Sad or Hotel Leopold I.
When is the best time of year to visit Serbia?
is a terrific month to holiday in Serbia if you’re on a budget. is expensive by comparison, so be prepared to pay premium prices if you visit then. If you’d prefer to give the crowds a wide berth, consider making the trip in . However, there’s plenty to love about travelling in peak season. Serbia is arguably at its best in .
How far in advance should I book my Serbia holiday?
It’s difficult to pick the perfect time for airfares, but we normally say the earlier, the better. Most international flights on Expedia become available to compare up to 12 months in advance. If you’re unable to do so, don’t stress. Low prices appear from time to time within a few weeks of departure dates.
What does an Expedia Serbia travel package include?
That mostly depends on you. You can select from a range of Serbia packages, such as a hotel, flight and rental car. You can also book a flight and a hotel, or a rental car and a flight. Once you’ve made your booking, you can add the fun stuff like experiences and tours. Whatever your ideal Serbia escape looks like, you’ll save!
What should I know before booking a Serbia travel package?
So many places to wander around, so many things to see and do. With a travel package, you can tick more of them off your list. Combine your hotels, rental cars and flights and enjoy big savings.
Does Expedia offer Book Now, Pay Later Serbia holiday packages?
Any trip away can become costly, so it’s nice to know that Expedia is able to make things easier. Thanks to our partnership with online lender Affirm, you can now get the most out of your savings with a Book Now, Pay Later holiday package.
Can I choose my airline with a Serbia Expedia holiday package?
Yes, and with over 550 airlines to select from around the world, you’re spoiled for choice. Take a look at the available options and find out which airline best suits your budget and needs.