Sabac is situated 40 miles (64 kilometers) west of Belgrade, the country's capital.
Avid travelers will enjoy leaving the tourist trail completely behind by exploring some of the other villages, towns and cities in this fascinating region. Stara Pazova and Novi Banovci are two more places worth seeing while you're in Serbia.
Approximately 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the north of Sabac is Novi Sad, a regional center where you can visit Church of the Virgin Mary, Petrovaradin Fortress and National Theatre of Serbia. Ensure you don't rush back to Sabac until you've spent a little time at Novi Sad's Karadorde Stadium, Vojvodina Museum and University of Novi Sad.
Holy places are the best places to experience a community's big beating heart. The monasteries around Sabac are no exception.
Experience a side of Sabac most visitors don't see by accompanying a knowledgeable local on one of the city walking tours.
Food is an integral part of any culture and an excellent way to get to know somewhere. Locals in this area commonly use cabbage and onion in their meals. Karadordeva (stuffed veal) and pecenje na raznju (spit-roasted meat) are two dishes to sample. Orascine (walnut pastry) is a typical final course. You may notice local residents ordering Ruski Kvas ; it's among the favorite drinks in Serbia. If you feel as though you'd like refreshment, vrnjci (sparkling water) might be perfect.
As you finish your stay, pack up your backpack and wish Sabac "Doviđenja" (farewell).