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The Guardian sent a message about Serbia to the entire world: One thing in particular caught their eye!

Noting that Croatia is struggling with the problem of overcrowding of tourists in the summer months, the newspaper points out that neighboring Serbia remains "undiscovered gem of the Balkans"

The Guardian from London listed Serbia as one of 10 countries that you "must" visit since Britain has officially left European Union, reports Blic.

Red boards placed all over Belgrade: Tourists will now enjoy sightseeing across Belgrade (PHOTO)

- For cyclists and those who like to walk, this is a dream world: full of beautiful villages with friendly locals, a very interesting history, and good food and culture. Expect epic hospitality with plenty of brandy. Do not miss to visit Petrovaradin on the Danube, cities like Nis and mountain parks such as the Fruska Gora and Kopaonik - the roof of Serbia - writes The Guardian.

Noting that Croatia is struggling with the problem of overcrowding of tourists in the summer months, the newspaper points out that neighboring Serbia remains "undiscovered gem of the Balkans".

And the British Telegraph recently published an extensive article on Serbia, on the occasion of the National Day of Serbia.

Foto: A. Nalbantjan

Foto: A. Nalbantjan

- Belgrade may not have that traditional beauty, its contours are still dotted with scars of communist era, as well as the ruins of the NATO bombing, but there are exceptions. Zemun is dotted with houses of the Austro-Hungarian style, and Skadarlija has the charm of Montmartre - says the British Telegraph.

The list of countries Guardian quoted as unavoidable tourist destination, there are countries such as Nepal, Kenya and Malaysia and Bulgaria and Albania from our region.

(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)

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