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Serbia boasts five national parks: Fruška Gora, Đerdap Gorge/Iron Gate, Tara, Kopaonik and Šar Mountain.
In the national parks, you can set out on a quest to find some of the most endangered species of flora and fauna, enjoy breath-taking views or collect medicinal wild herbs and mushrooms.
From the slopes of Mt. Fruška Gora you will experience a unique view of the undulating Panonian plain, while Đerdap will stun you with views of the deepest gorge in Europe.
On Tara Mountain you can see the endemic Serbian spruce (Picea omorika); Kopaonik Mountain entices you with its lush of flora and fauna, while Šar Mountain beckons with the surreal beauty of its glacial lakes.
Once you’ve experienced all that nature has to offer, you may wish to rest a little and take a break nearby at one of the historical monuments, some of which date back to Prehistoric times.
Whichever activity you choose to engage in, the national parks of Serbia will always welcome you with open arms.