Bradt Travel Guide Serbia

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Bradt Travel Guides, 2007 - Travel - 360 pages
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The ex-Yugoslav region of Serbia is experiencing a re-launch of tourism that has opened up the country. This new edition leads the field in providing fresh information with a wide-ranging appeal for business visitors, adventure travellers and those with art and history interests. Serbia covers fundamentals such as getting there (by plane, international train and the trans-European motorway), a range of local travel options, including cycling, driving and pleasure railway tours, and accommodation for all budgets and styles. As a prime destination for winter sports, mountain resorts and a range of health spas in spectacular settings are also covered.
  

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Review: Serbia, 2nd

User Review  - K. Euler - Goodreads

This was a thorough guidebook with an overview of the sites and museums throughout the country. While some information is dated, it still gives travelers the ability to more fully understand their ... Read full review

Contents

Practical Information
53
PART TWO THE GUIDE
89
Along the Danube
167
Central Serbia
183
Yojvodina
201
West and Southwest Serbia
255
East and Southeast Serbia
291
Kosovo
321
Language
337
Glossary of Serbian terms
345
Index
355
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About the author (2007)

Laurence Mitchell has travelled widely on five continents. He worked as a geography teacher for many years before taking up travel writing and photography.

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