Zaječar, Negotin, Bor, Majdanpek

Zaječar is the largest town in eastern Serbia, located about 240km from Belgrade. Widely known through the rock music festival Gitarijadatht lasts for 49 years. Zajecar brewery is one of the oldest in Serbia. Although the beer production started as far back as 1875, official business started in 1895, when the industrial production of beer began. Near Zajecar is located one of the most beautiful spas in Serbia - Sokobanja.Well-known tourist destination for recreation, and especially spa tourism. It lies between the Carpathian and Balkan mountainsRtanj and Ozren. Sokobanja is usually connected with the famous medieval city - Soko Grad.  Negotin is located near the border of Serbia, Romania and Bulgaria. In the 18th century it became an important military base. In 1833.Negotin permanently became part of Serbia, and since then begins its rapid development, which lasted until the beginning of World War II. Negotin is also known as the birthplace of the famous Serbian composer StevanMokranjac and in his honor every year Music Festival “Mokranjačevidani” is held.


Bor is a town in eastern Serbia, located about 200km from Belgrade. Bor is a mining and industrial city with developed non-ferrous metallurgy. In the municipality of Bor is located one of the largest copper mines in Europe. Bor is located in the Timok region of Serbia, close to Brestovacka Spa, near the Lake of Bor (Borskojezero) and mountain Stolovi. Majdanpek is located in the northern part of Eastern Serbia. West of the town of Majdanpek extend the northern slopes of Homolje Mountain (923 m). Dense old forests, caves, Gornjak monastery from the 14th century and the river Pek, which is famous for the gold that brings from the mountains around Majdanpek. Not far from Majdanpek and DonjiMilanovac, near the village of Boletin, in the Danube terrace within a protected national park Djerdap, there is an archaeological site LepenskiVir, one of the most important archaeological sites in Serbia and in the world, 9000 years old.