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Divcibare is around 55 miles away from Belgrade and 85 miles from Sarajevo.
For a day of adventure, pack some supplies and head to Stopica Cave. It's about 30 miles away from Divcibare.
Borac Cacak Sports Complex in Cacak, 25 miles to the southeast of Divcibare, is a must-visit for sports fans. You'll have to shout your lungs out with the locals.
If you're keen to explore more of the region, you'll find Kosjeric 9 miles to the southwest and Jezevica 10 miles to the south.
About 50 miles to the north of Divcibare is Surčin, a regional hub where you'll find Golf Club Belgrade, Sportski Centar 11. april and Merkur. Don't rush back without having also explored Ada Ciganlija and Manak's House.
An exciting way to experience this region's outdoor areas is to go mountain climbing or hiking.
Try out some of this region's most popular winter attractions. Locals and visitors alike enjoy bundling up and snowboarding and skiing.
If you are after things to do inside, you can't beat the art museums, history museums and art galleries of Serbia. Spend a day soaking up some of the region's rich cultural tapestry and maybe even pick up an unusual souvenir or two.
The ruins, castles, traditional villages, fortresses, historic palaces and archeological sites of the region deserve a place on every history buff's itinerary.
For insight into the spiritual life of Serbia, travelers usually make their way out to some of its monasteries.
Most often, a destination's cultural heritage can be discovered simmering in its pots and pans.
Unravel the secrets of this gastronomic scene by sampling some of the local ingredients. Among the most important are cabbage and onion.
Karadordeva (stuffed veal) and pecenje na raznju (spit-roasted meat) are popular meal choices for both tourists and locals alike.
If you're craving a delectable dessert, orascine (walnut pastry) is recommended.
If you're after a nice cold beer or two, see what you think of Ruski Kvas. Most places should have it on tap.
If you've had enough alcohol, why not have a vrnjci (sparkling water)?
True travel is about so much more than just seeing the sights. It is also about involving yourself in the stories and conversations of a place. Your days here will become far more meaningful if you attempt to memorize a couple of useful words, sayings and salutations in Serbian. Dugo se nismo videli is how you say long time no see. There's also Izvinite, which is how you say excuse me.
National pride is on full display on the 15th of February for National Day.
As your time here comes to an end, spend your leftover Serbian dinars on some last-minute souvenirs and say a heartfelt "Doviđenja" to this unique destination and the people who call it home.
If your plans include traveling by plane, keep in mind that the nearest airport is roughly 50 miles to the north.