Serbia Tourism News

InterContinental reveals plans for Crowne Plaza Novi Sad

InterContinental reveals plans for Crowne Plaza Novi Sad

2nd Dec 2015 Hotel News Tourism News

InterContinental Hotels Group has announced the signing of Crowne Plaza Novi Sad in Serbia’s second largest city. The newly built hotel will operate under a franchise agreement with Plaza Agns Doo Novi Sad. The 144-room hotel opening in 2016 will be located in the heart of the business district of Novi Sad, and only a short walk to the city centre for guests wanting to explore the city’s renowned 18th century architecture.

Bojan Stevanović, Serbia Expo 2015 pavilion director

Bojan Stevanović, Serbia Expo 2015 pavilion director

8th Jun 2015 Videos

Serbia is presently exhibiting its culinary heritage at Expo Milan 2015, closely in line with the ‘Feeding The Planet, Energy For Life’ theme of the event. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole speaks with pavilion Bojan Stevanović about the Serbian pavilion, the country’s gastronomic history and the events guests can expect in the coming months.

Breaking Travel News interview: Bojan Stevanović, Serbia Expo 2015 pavilion director

Breaking Travel News interview: Bojan Stevanović, Serbia Expo 2015 pavilion director

Serbia is presently exhibiting its culinary heritage at Expo Milan 2015, closely in line with the ‘Feeding The Planet, Energy For Life’ theme of the event. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole speaks with pavilion Bojan Stevanović about the Serbian pavilion, the country’s gastronomic history and the events guests can expect in the coming months.

Serbia: Regional capital seeks global stage

Serbia: Regional capital seeks global stage

1st Mar 2011 Focus

Following the collapse of Yugoslavia Serbia has sought to position itself as an international tourist destination, with a focus on business travel. Already a leader in the region, the country is now seeking to boost its position on the global stage. Here Breaking Travel News visits Belgrade to assess the progress made over the last decade.

Spa Tourism in Serbia - Untapped Potential

8th Mar 2010 Press Release Spa News

Spas in Serbia are found at the foot of mountains, rich in thermal mineral springs whose variety of waters and chemical make up allow for many illnesses to be cured. A combination of natural elements and medical techniques are key to Serbia’s spa tourism.

Serbia’s World Class Natural and Cultural Assets

8th Mar 2010 Press Release Tourism News

The 32nd annual international tourism fair in Belgrade kicked off last week - with over 850 exhibitors from 41 countries on show. At a press conference hosted by the Serbia Tourist Organisation, officials laid out their plan for positioning Serbia in the international tourism market. Their focus will be concentrated on a number of core markets, with cultural & heritage tourism, cruising, city breaks, sport adventure, wine, and conventions among the most important.