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From Knjazevac, Sofia is about 80 miles to the southeast, while Skopje is 120 miles to the south.
Keep an eye out for sea birds and admire the striking vistas at Borsko Jezero Main Beach. This section of coastline is 40 miles to the north.
Check out what local events are taking place in the wider region and go to Stakevtsi or Balta Berilovac.
Consider paying a visit to Niska Banja, a regional center just 25 miles to the southwest of Knjazevac. The area offers numerous visitor attractions, such as Monument to the Liberators of Nis, Red Cross Concentration Camp and Nis Fortress. Mediana and Skull Tower are two more options available here.
The area has an array of fun-filled activities available for those who are itching to head outside and make the most of the natural world. Try mountain climbing or hiking.
Bring your snow gear and go snowboarding and skiing. Both are popular with locals and visitors alike.
If you want to stay indoors, make your way to the art museums, history museums and art galleries of Serbia. Spend the day learning a little about the region's culture and perhaps even find a special memento.
Absorb the atmosphere as you learn about past events at the historic sites of Serbia. Travelers never regret making the trip out to its ruins, castles, traditional villages, fortresses, historic palaces and archeological sites.
For a glimpse into the heart and soul of Serbia, travelers often make their way over to its monasteries.
Trying out different cuisines is an excellent way to get to know a destination. So be sure to visit some of the region's restaurants and cafés.
Absorb the vibrant culinary culture and sample some cabbage and onion. These two ingredients are among the most prized in the region.
A couple of common dishes worth sampling are karadordeva (stuffed veal) and pecenje na raznju (spit-roasted meat).
Delectable desserts, such as orascine (walnut pastry), are definitely something to write home about.
If exploring the world of beer is your style of travel, pull up a stool and order a round of Ruski Kvas. Raise your glasses and enjoy one of the area's most popular brews.
Vrnjci (sparkling water) is a beloved alcohol-free option that you can readily enjoy morning or night.
True travel goes beyond simply being a tourist. It is also about the poetry, songs and stories of a country. Your adventures will become more rewarding if you attempt to memorize a few useful expressions and greetings in Serbian. Srećno means good luck in Serbian. There's also Molim, which means please.
Enjoy the spirit of national pride on the 15th of February for National Day.
Unfortunately, all vacations must eventually come to an end. As the curtain closes on your Knjazevac getaway, say "Doviđenja", spend your final Serbian dinars, and remember all the great times you've had.
When it's time to get your flight, be advised that the handiest airport is roughly 85 miles southeast.
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