Belgrade, the national capital, is located 75 miles (121 kilometers) north of Arilje.
No two places are ever identical; each is graced with its own special tastes and textures. So, if you have time, spend some time in a couple of the other areas surrounding Arilje. Cacak, lies roughly 16 miles (26 kilometers) to the southwest. Head there to see the Church of Saint Tsar Lazar and National Museum of Cacak.
Jagodina is 60 miles (97 kilometers) from Arilje. This regional center offers a diverse range of points of interest, like Jagodina Cultural Center, Wax Museum and Aqua Park. Djurdjevo Brdo Park and Jagodina Go-Karting Center are just a sample of the other attractions that should be high on every traveler's schedule.
Follow the threads of the region's rich cultural tapestry at Serbia's art museums, history museums and art galleries.
Why don't you try winter activities while you are in this area? Snowboarding is an option. Another possibility is snow shoeing.
Try typical Serbia dishes or beverages so you can get to the core of the local culture. Amongst the many ingredients commonly used here are cabbage and onion. There are plenty of popular food options locally. Taste karadordeva (stuffed veal) or pecenje na raznju (spit-roasted meat). And when it is time for the final course, why not try orascine (walnut pastry). Refresh yourself with a glass of beer. Ruski Kvas is popular here. To finish your experience, try a vrnjci (sparkling water). This is a frequently consumed non-alcoholic beverage here.
When you have to pack up and say "Doviđenja", you'll take with you plenty of plenty of good memories.