Cultural Center of Balkans


Serbian Holy Mountain: Ovčar - Kablar Gorge

A jewel of nature that’s located just 18 kilometres from Čačak.

The Bay of Kotor - Devotion of Lady Jacinta

The Bay of Kotor, or Boka Kotorska, the Mediterranean’s deepest and most diverse bay, offers visitors great stories hidden in lively medieval towns, stone palaces and old churches. From the steep walls built into the hill, the sheltered silver treasures in one of the Adriatic’s most famous churches, or the Museum of cats, curious visitors keen to explore are awaited by a new surprise in every cove.

Durmitor – Eyes of the mountain

Durmitor is today a famous tourist spot in the region. As the centre of Montenegrin mountain tourism, it attracts skiers and snowboarders in the winter, and hikers and climbers in the summer. For those inclined towards extreme water sports, the Tara River Gorge is widely renowned as an excellent rafting location, offering stunning views and challenging rapids to fans of the discipline.

Hiking in Slovenia – Green, how I want you green

Slovenia is one of the Europe’s greenest nations, with 58 percent of its ground covered by forest. Two of the twelve European long-distance footpaths, created by the European Ramblers’ Association, intersect the country. Stunning sceneries, Alpine meadows, lakes, river canyons and valleys, seaside, mountain huts, together with glimpses of animals and birdlife, all is on offer to the hikers.