BELGRADE – The famous British publishing house Rough Guides has placed the Serbian capital among the top ten cities of the world for 2015.
After Serbia was placed on the list of the most desirable destinations selected by Lonely Planet, another large publisher of travel guides, Rough Guides, has decided to declare the Serbian capital as one of ten unavoidable cities in the new year. Belgrade is the seventh on the list, together with Johannesburg, Malaga, New Orleans and Hamburg.
“Surprisingly, Belgrade is an unavoidable point on every tourist map of Europe. It is a city that is changing fast – long neglected quarters like Savamala are being reborn as gathering places of artists, while brilliant new bars and clubs are opened in dilapidated cube-shaped buildings.” – Rough Guides writes.
Rough Guides is a famous British publisher of tourist guides whose publications cover over 200 destinations and are read throughout the world. Most of the content is available in electronic form on their Internet presentation.
The list of 10 unavoidable cities can be seen at THIS link.
The Serbian capital Attracts CNN
Serbia is more and more interesting for foreign media, and it has attracted CNN, which is its show On the Road presented Belgrade to its viewers.
Belgrade is described as a tenacious city, both to maintain its historical and cultural features and also insistent to change continuously; it was shown by CNN from several points of view, through three interviews.
CNN’s Paula Newton is the author of the segment on Belgrade, which you can see on this link.
Source: House of Good News