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The major city of Belgrade sits 85 miles to the west of Donji Milanovac.
Toss the ball around or simply sit by the water and relax at Borsko Jezero Main Beach, 25 miles to the south.
Put on your comfortable shoes and discover the magic at Iron Gates, located 25 miles from Donji Milanovac. Another option is Borsko Jezero Dam, which is 25 miles away.
Not too far from Donji Milanovac you'll come across Boljetin, 6 miles to the northwest, and Majdanpek, 9 miles to the west. These two destinations are also worth a visit, if you have the time to spare.
To find Iron Gates Museum, Museum of the Hydroelectric Power Plant and Drobeta-Turnu Severin Art Museum, travel northeast from Donji Milanovac for 25 miles to Gura Vaii. Theodor Costescu Cultural Palace and Drobeta-Turnu Severin Cathedral are also well worth calling on.
Thinking about doing something a little more active? Why not try mountain climbing? Or there's hiking If that sounds more fun.
If you want to have the cold air on your face, this region is the ideal destination. Follow the lead of the locals and try some snowboarding or skiing when you're here.
If you need to escape the elements, make your way to the art museums, history museums and art galleries of Serbia. Spend the day soaking up some of the region's rich culture and maybe even pick up a gift or two.
History enthusiasts will find plenty of things that catch their interest. Don't forget to snap a few photos when you make the trip out to the region's ruins, castles, traditional villages, fortresses, historic palaces and archeological sites.
Spend a bit of time at this region's monasteries and enjoy some rare moments of quiet reflection.
Sampling popular food and drink is a rewarding way to delve into a region's culture and traditions.
Immerse yourself in the colorful culinary scene and sample some cabbage and onion. These two ingredients are among the most prized in the region.
Karadordeva (stuffed veal) and pecenje na raznju (spit-roasted meat) are popular meal choices for tourists and local diners alike.
Order some orascine (walnut pastry) as a sweet addition to your meal. This delectable dessert is impossible to say no to.
Quench your thirst with a round of cold, crisp beer. Ruski Kvas is right up there with the best of them.
If you find yourself on the lookout for an alcohol-free drink, ask for a vrnjci (sparkling water).
The essence of a country is to be discovered not only within its scenery, but also within its language. Learning a sampling of handy greetings and expressions in Serbian will make your travels both easier and infinitely richer. Ne razumem is Serbian for I don't understand. You should also work on pronouncing Ja sam iz.. (I am from..).
A lively day of national celebration, National Day is something that you won't want to miss. It takes place each year on the 15th of February.
When it's nearly time to head home, spend what's left of your Serbian dinars on last-minute gifts and bid "Doviđenja" to the people you've met and the places you've been to.
When it's time to catch your flight back home, make your way to the nearest airport, which is 90 miles to the east.