|Round-trip from||$851||From Las Vegas to Belgrade|
|One-way from||$188||One-way flight from Las Vegas to Belgrade|
When the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia became the new nation of Serbia and Montenegro, the countries experience a surge in economic upheaval and intense political change. Still slightly at unease, Serbia is today one of Europe’s most culturally-diverse countries. Landlocked between Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Croatia and Bosnia, travelers booking flights to Serbia have endless options for exploring the surrounding countries. Serbia’s ancient capital city of Belgrade offers visitors a unique cultural experience coupled with a vibrant nightlife and street scene. Today, Serbia is best known as home to the province Kosovo, the United Nations hotspot. However, this province is not the civil Mecca one might expect. While travel is not advised in Kosovo, the tourism industry in Serbia is slowly recovering and there’s much to do and see throughout other regions of the country.
Travelers booking flights to Serbia will quickly fall in love with the landscape, including the eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Serbia is surrounded by vast mountains and plateaus, flanked by national parks that offer some of the best skiing in Europe, and features some of the nicest spa resorts in Europe. The Serbian monasteries are some of the oldest and most protected in the world and Serbia’s Djerdap National Park is one of Europe’s most spectacular sites. Serbia gets cold in the winter months, but if you can handle the temperatures cheap flights to Serbia and cozy ski resorts idea for all level skiers await in various Serbian villages.
Serbia has cold winters and hot, humid summers, making the warm months from May to September the best and least crowded time to visit. Winter temperatures can drop extremely low, and the summer sees frequent rain showers. Summers in Montenegro can reach temperatures of 86 F along the coast. The mountains stay at a cooler 70 F. It can get very cold in the winter, reaching below freezing in the mountains.
The high tourist season in Serbia runs from May until September, but Serbia is rarely congested with crowds. The summer months see consistent rain fall so if you’re planning a trip to Serbia during this time, plan ahead with rain gear.
The winters are cold in Serbia, but this is also a great time for skiers to find cheap flights to Serbia and inexpensive ski vacations in some of Serbia’s more remote villages.
Serbia’s bus system is the best way to travel in Kosovo and to Novi Pazar.
There are trains throughout the country connecting various provinces from Belgrade and rental cars are available at Belgrade airport and in the major cities.