From food for paupers, to a luxurious delicacy. Serbian caviar, which was
eaten by the fishermen of the Danube for centuries, gained wide repute with the arrival of Russian emigrants, and even reached as far as the Titanic and Dynasty.
At the start of January the Bay of Kotor flows in a dance of silence, sea and sun. And already in February arrive masks, fests and feasts of fish and wine. Legend has it that the builders spotted a beautiful flower on the territory of today’s Herceg Novi and decided to build next to it, making sure not to damage a single petal.
The Republic of Serbia is located on the Balkan Peninsula in southeastern Europe. It borders with Hungary in the north; with Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina in the west; with Montenegro, Albania and Macedonia in the south; with Bulgaria and Romania in the east.