Kikinda is located approximately 70 miles (113 kilometers) from Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
Of course, limiting yourself to only one place usually only offers a limited view into the wider cultural and natural fabric of a region. So set aside a few days to visit Serbia's many attractions. You'll find Novi Becej, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northeast, and Zrenjanin 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the north.
Once you've fully explored Kikinda, check out the nearest regional center. Novi Sad is 50 miles (80 kilometers) away and is home to attractions including Vojvodina Museum, National Theatre of Serbia and Petrovaradin Fortress. Be sure not to head back to Kikinda until you've visited Novi Sad's Fruska Gora National Park, Church of the Virgin Mary and Karadorde Stadium.
To learn about local culture, head to Serbia's history museums, art galleries and art museums.
Have a go at some of this region's most popular cold weather activities. Many locals enjoy skiing here. Cross-country skiing is also popular.
Taste the essence of Serbia by checking out popular local food. Cabbage and onion are just two prized ingredients. No trip to Serbia would be satisfying without experiencing the delights of karadordeva (stuffed veal) and pecenje na raznju (spit-roasted meat). And when it is time for the end of you meal, you should try orascine (walnut pastry). Grab a. While you're in Serbia. This is one of the region's most beloved beers. Vrnjci (sparkling water) is popular option to order at any time of day.
You'll be reluctant to say "Doviđenja" (farewell) to this interesting place.