Belgrade, the country's capital, is situated 40 miles (64 kilometers) south of Zrenjanin.
Of course, there's so much more to Serbia than Zrenjanin alone, so be sure to set aside enough time to explore the region's cities, attractions and landscapes. You'll also find Novi Becej, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southeast, and Sremski Karlovci 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the northeast.
About 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the west of Zrenjanin is Novi Sad, a regional city where you can explore Fruska Gora National Park, National Theatre of Serbia and Vojvodina Museum. Karadorde Stadium, Petrovaradin Fortress and University of Novi Sad are some of the other attractions that should be on every visitor's list.
The most rewarding places for travelers to visit when they discover a new destination are the ones that offer a snapshot of the local culture. Head to Serbia's art museums, art galleries and history museums.
Why don't you try wintersports while you are here? Cross-country skiing is a popular pastime. Another one is snowboarding.
Experienced travellers know that eating what the locals eat is one of the best ways to really get to know an area. People in this region commonly make use of cabbage and onion in their kitchen. No journey through Serbia would be satisfying without tasting karadordeva (stuffed veal) and pecenje na raznju (spit-roasted meat). Serbia desserts such as orascine (walnut pastry) are also a good thing to try. You'll notice locals and visitors alike relaxing over a glass or two of Ruski Kvas ; it's one of the most popular beers in Serbia. Those who don't drink alcoholic drinks will want to try vrnjci (sparkling water), a common drink in this region.
As the sun sets on your adventures, spend your last Serbian dinars on last-minute mementos and bid a fond Doviđenja (farewell) to the people you've met and the places you've come to love.