Serbia has developed a colourful culture, mixing Slavic, Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman influences, to form a society rich in folklore, gastronomy and architecture. For centuries, Serbia has been the homeland for Serbs and for 29 ethnic minorities, proudly displaying their cultural, lingual and culinary diversity.
- Belgrade, the Serbian capital, is situated between the Danube and Sava rivers and is among Europe’s oldest cities.
- The largest of Belgrade’s venue options is The Sava Centre, a purpose-built congress, cultural and business venue which is very accessible from the international airport.
- One of the many meeting and incentive programmes outside of the capital could see your guests heading downstream on the majestic Danube to the Iron Gates, a great natural river gorge and corridor through the Carpathian and Balkan Mountains connecting Serbia with the Black Sea.
Serbia is a well-connected destination with a wide range of options for meetings and incentives, especially its mix of hotel options: from modern and trendy to classic and sophisticated.
Talas-S DMC is a Service Provider for planning Meetings & Events in Serbia.
Get Assistance in creating extraordinary Meetings & Events as well as Incentive programs, Team Building Events, Conferences and Congresses.
Talas-S DMC also offers Special Travel services, like Organized Tours & Unique Transportation in Serbia for both the Business and Leisure Traveler.
Take a look at our sample meeting and incentive programmes to find out how you can make the most of your trip to Cyprus.
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