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Serbia Travel Guide, Serbia Guides, Sightseeing, Hotels, Restuarants, Tourist, Book

  1. $26.95 + $5.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : BRAD16412

    Serbia Travel Guide.
    2nd Edition. Bradt Publications. 320 pages. 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. ? The first English travel guide to Serbia, fully updated to reflect the country's surge in popularity, with the advent of budget flights to the nearby Balkans. ? Detail on new privately owned hotels and low-cost hostels for backpackers in Belgrade. ? A fresh look at Kosovo and the issues surrounding the province becoming fully independent in the near future. ? A new, dedicated section on the country's main music festivals.
  2. $15.95 + $5.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : BRAD16413

    Belgrade Travel Guide.
    1st Edition. Bradt Publications. 320 pages. This compact new guide contains all the information expected for the weekend visitor, business person and traveller on a tour; from walking tours of the city with tips on the best shopping and caf? pit-stops to essential words and phrases to help you order the local specialities and enjoy all the city offers. Short trips beyond the city to Smederevo fortress and Mount Avala are included to introduce the visitor to the Serbian countryside. ? First guide to the new city break hotspot of Belgrade ? Concentrates on the must-see and do attractions for the short break visitor ? Contexts: history and culture of the Balkan region