Placed at the banks of the River Nisava, at the very centre of the Balkans, Nis has always been important traffic intersection. Today Nis is economic, academic and cultural centre of south Serbia.

In antique Nis, Emperor Constantine the Great was born. He is remembered in history as a ruler who fundamentally changed the world – he built Constantinople, and by the Edict of Milan, he formally allowed the religion of the Christians.

The fortress is the symbol of the city and its one of the most beautiful and best preserved edifices of the Turkish military architecture in the middle Balkans.

As tourists stroll down the city center of Nis, they will come to little cobble-stoned street lined with cafes, bars and restaurants, which formerly was Turkish craftsmen bazaar. There they are met by Kalca, bronze sculpture of literary character, who is the one to welcome and say farewell.

Nis is one of the stops on the Roman Emperor Trails, a tourist tour through Serbia featuring birthplaces of 17 Roman emperors.



Subotica is situated in the north of Vojvodina province. Rich cultural heritage assets, lavishly decorated buildings, multicultural spirit and European charm – these are the

Novi Sad

Novi Sad sits at the crossing of important roads, and due to frequent migrations during its troubled past, many nationalities, cultures and religions mixed in.


Unique in their architecture, sculpture and ornamentation, frescoes, icons, manuscripts and numerous works of applied art, the monasteries of Serbia have long been a focus