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IMEX Academy Award – Europe

June 5, 2012

IMEX Academy Award – Europe
Gordana Plamenac, the director of the National Tourism Organization of Serbia received prestigious IMEX Academy Award for Europe 2012 for her outstanding contribution to meeting industry. Plamenac progressed over the years to become Managing Director of the National Tourism Organization of Serbia and was instrumental in establishing the Serbian Convention Bureau. This award improves Serbia’s visibility and the image of an attractive MICE destination.

Serbia Destination will be exhibiting at the BTC Italy’s events exhibition fair which will take place from 21-22 June in Rimini, Italy. The BTC is the marketplace where the MICE organizers meet with a wide range of industry suppliers. Visit Serbia stand to learn about the latest updates from meeting and incentive industry in Serbia.

Serbia’s capital, Belgrade, now ranks 26th among the approximately 200 convention destinations listed for Europe with 46 international congresses in 2011, having 13 more events than in the previous year. From the broader perspective, Belgrade has been listed among TOP 50 meeting destinations in the world! (Source: ICCA Country and City Rankings Report 2011.

NEW! Balkan Kaleidoscope

March 15, 2012

NEW! Balkan Kaleidoscope on the 30th of September –
6 countries in 12 days (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro)

Tour highlights:
♦ Stari Ras – the old capital of the medieval Serbian state of Raska, that existed between the IX and XIII century. The fortress and the nearby monasteries of “Studenica” and “Sopocani” established in the XIII century, are under the auspices of UNESCO
♦ Belgrade – the capital of Serbia
♦ Mehmed Pasha Bridge near Visegrad, built in XVI century is under UNESCO auspices
♦ Sarajevo – the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina
♦ The town of Jajce – the capital of the Bosnian Kingdom in XIV and XV century
♦ Mostar whose old part is under the auspices of UNESCO
♦ Blagaj with the springs of Buna River and the Muslim sanctuary from XVI century.
♦ Dubrovnik – the masterpiece of the Adriatic, the sea and commercial rival of Venice, under the auspices of UNESCO
♦ The picturesque Kotor Bay and the town of Kotor, forming a beautiful ensemble of natural, historic and cultural heritage, under the auspices of UNESCO
♦ Budva and the Budva Riviera – a Montenegrin tourist center
♦ Durmitor National Park with the canyon of Tara river – the second largest canyon in the world, under the auspices of UNESCO
♦ Visoki Decani Monastery with the largest medieval church in the Balkans, under the auspices of UNESCO Matka canyon near Skopje
♦ Ohrid – a medieval literary center and the last capital of the First Bulgarian Kingdom. Together with the Ohrid lake the town is under the auspices of UNESCO

890 EUR per person

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