SPAS, With Vajati Through Serbia »

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VRNJACKA BANJA

Vrnjacka Banja (Vrnjacka spa) is the biggest and the most famous spa in Serbia. The spa is situated in central Serbia, in the Vrnjacka Banja municipality in Raska district, and it is 70 kilometres away from “Vajati”. It is situated between mountain Goc and the river Western Morava. Nearby the hot mineral spring in Vrnjacka Banja, within the period from 2nd till 4th century, the Romans built their healing center called “Aquae orcinae”. Today it is called Vrnjacka Banja. This name originates from the name of the village called Vrnjci, …

Trumpet festival »

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TRUMPET FESTIVAL AT GUCA

In Dragacevo area all the important events are celebrated accompanied by the sounds of the trumpet: births of children, sending-offs to the Army, weddings, meetings, spinning gatherings… Every year at the beginning of August, the peaceful town of Guca changes its appearance. It becomes a world-wide famous center of trumpet players, where more than 200 trumpet players are welcome by a couple of thousands of visitors, who come to Guca from all over the world. Besides the visitors from Serbia and the diaspora, the Trumpet festival in Guca is visited …

SPAS, With Vajati Through Serbia »

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SLATINSKA BANJA

Slatinska banja (Slatinska spa) is located in the village called Slatina which is located 17 kilometres south-eastern from Cacak, and 35 kilometres away from “Vajati”. Its water has strong healing properties and is of sulphur type. In the teraphy it is used, above all, for healing of skin diseases and rheumatism.

Cities and Towns, With Vajati Through Serbia »

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BELGRADE

Hosts of “Vajati” also offered their guests a visit to Belgrade, in order for those guests who are interested in it, to see and get to know better the beautiful capital of Serbia. Belgrade is at the junction of the roads coming from eastern and western Europe, on the Balkan peninsula. According to the register dating from 2005, there are 1.732.400 inhabitants on the territory of Belgrade, including its outskirts. The urban part, that is the centre of Belgrade, comprises the area of 36 km2, and the total territory of …

SPAS, With Vajati Through Serbia »

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GORNJA TREPCA

At 18 kilometres from Cacak, and at about 40 kilometres from “Vajati”, on slopes of mountains Bukovik and Vujan, there is a spa called Gornja Trepca. Due to its favourable sub-mountainous climate, with small deviations of the yearly temperature, situated at 460 metres above the sea level, it is also an aerial spa, and due to the chemical properties of its water, it is recommended for healing of four groups of ailments: rheumatic, neurological, gastric and intestinal, as well as peripheral blood vessels. The therapy is done under the surveilance …

Cities and Towns, With Vajati Through Serbia »

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GORNJI MILANOVAC

Gornji Milanovac is located in the central part of Serbia, in the Moravicki district, and comprises the area between the mountains Rudnik, in the north, and Vujan, in the south. It is just near the Ibarska highway, and it is about 45 kilometres far away from “Vajati”. According the register from 2002, there are 23. 982 inhabitants in the town. Gornji Milanovac is a relatively young town. It was founded by the duke Alexander Karadjordjevic, in 1853. It had been named Despotovica for six years (it is the name of …

Mountains, With Vajati Through Serbia »

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JELICA

Mountain Jelica is a natural boundary between Dragacevo and Cacak¢s basin, situated 20 kilometres from “Vajati”. It spreads in the direction northwest-southeast covering the distance of 30 kilometres. The highest point is called Black Rock (929 m). On Jelica, there is a monument – a fountain called “Rusovaca” (on Karaula), built by king Alexander I Karadjordjevic in 1927. This fountain is also famous as a place on which travellers stop to relax during their journeys. The mountain is also famous for its meandering road (so drivers must be cautious), but …