World Architecture Travel: Go on a self-guided tour of Serbia with World Architecture Travel

If Serbia wasn’t on your travel wish list, it has to be there now. You can take a self-guided tour of Serbia with World Architecture Travel (WAT), a global network of guided tours focused on architectural hotspots. WAT X Serbia is a new initiative where tourists can now explore places at their own pace, without being rushed, by taking a self-guided tour of the scenic Serbian landscape that will take five days and a distance of more than 1100 km.

Those who make this journey will receive a route map guide and fully equipped luxury cars with the necessary support and assistance. Each day will start with an experienced team briefing you on the plan for the day, and if you need help along the way, they will be available to help and guide you.


The scenic route will take you through the beautiful capital city of Belgrade and beyond. Discover the rich history while driving along the Danube, the historical sites of Kladovo dating back to the Roman Empire, Nis – the third largest city in Serbia with its many historical sites dating from Constantine the Roman Emperor to one of the few preserved Nazi concentration camps in Europe.

Continuing your journey, you will arrive in Novi Sad, the second largest city in Serbia, where you can get a good view of the city from the top of the Petrovaradin Fortress, visit the historic Stari Grad district and even explore the National Park by Fruska Gora. While driving, you should also explore Serbian cuisine and local beers.

James C. Tibbs