Vrnjci Spa is considered for one of the most famous and biggest spas in Serbia, it is situated in the central part of Serbia, on wooded hills of Goc Mountain. Vrnjacka Spa surrounding environment is rich of natural beauties and historical monuments. During the whole year, different manifestations are held here, and the guests can visit also nearby monasteries, such as Gradac, Sopocani, Studenica, Djurdjevi Stupovi.
Đavolja varoš, (literally Devil’s town), a nature park situated in southern Serbia, on the Radan mountain slopes, 288 km from Belgrade. It is exceptional natural monument is made of clay figures which have a total of 202 sources of highly acidic water, "Crveno vrelo” (Red hot) and "Đavolja voda” (Devil's Water). Locals tell lots of stories and legends about this strange natural phenomena. According to one of those legends, the town was created by the devil for the purpose of destroying churches and religion. According to another legend, the devils wanted to marry a brother and sister and to prevent the sin, some higher force petrified them forever. This geomorphologic phenomenon very rare in the world. Another strange phenomenon of nature is nearby Prolom Spa, close to Devil's town: there is a church dedicated to the Prince Lazar, and the plums that grow next to it and are always enrolling in the same direction.
Vranje is located in Southern Serbia, 70 km from Leskovac. It is known in Serbia as industrial city based on traditional handicrafts. Under a cultural point of view, Vranje has saved numerous monuments from the Ottoman period. Among the major highlights: the Old Hamam, the "Pasin's quarters" (an examples of architecture in South Serbia) and a cathedral with the characteristics of a Turkish temple. Moreover another attraction of this town is the gender house of the famous Serbian writer, Bora Stankovic, in whose honor every year is held “Bora’s theater days” festival.
Nis is a popular touristic destination since it is located at an important crossroads with a steady economic growth and several cultural and athletic events take place here. Therefore numerous modern hotels and hostels have been recently built, for example the Ambassador Hotel that has become one of the symbols of the city. The city offers several traditional of good meals, restaurants, café bars and clubs. Nis hosts lots of festivals, gastronomic, cultural and athletic events.
Pirot is situated in the south of Serbia, 309 km away from Belgrade. Pirot is famous both for its carpets, cheese, old crafts and for the frugality of its people (subject of many hilarious jokes). To get familiar with the history of Pirot, visit Momcilo’s city, the fortress from the beginning of XIV century, the Monastery Poganovo and the Monastery Temska. To enjoy in the nature and its benefits, enjoy the resort Temac and the pleasant atmosphere of Topli village with a walking trail that will bring you to the highest waterfall in Serbia.