Explore the rich culture while visiting the many attractions Nis is replete with. These cultural attractions are suitable for all ages and can prove to make your trip to Nis a fruitful one. Be it historic monuments or cultural performances, cultural attractions somehow steal the show of the other attractions and things to do in Nis.
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ĐukeDinić, Niš, Serbia
This is a huge fortress situated right in the middle of the city. It covers an area of 22 hectares and is located at the serene banks of the Nisava River. It is one of the most significant and well-preserved monuments in the Balkans. The walls are about 8m high. The blocks are evenly shaped. A large moat encircles the structure. In the past, it was...
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Bulevar Cara Kostantina BB, Nis, Serbia
09:00 am - 04:00 pm
Medijana is an important archaeological ruin site. It is located in the eastern suburb of Nis. The site was a luxury village of its time. Remains of villas, baths, roads and granaries lead us to believe so. One can find a lot of Roman artefacts scattered around this place. A visit here will let you know a lot about people’s lifestyle in those...
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Near St. Sava Hall, Prijezdina, Nis, Serbia
09:00 am - 05:00 pm
This is one of the most important churches in the region. The construction of the church began in the year 1856, but it is in the year 0f 1878 that it was consecrated. It is a symbol of liberation from the Turks. The architecture is a mix of Byzantine, Islamic and Renaissance styles. In the year 2001, a fire accident burned the place down. It is th...
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Kopitareva road, Nis, Serbia
This is a cafe-street in Nis. It is the only preserved section of the old commercial district of the town. The cobbled paths and the architecture of the old buildings are straight out from the early 18th century. Old documents say that this place used to be the home of Turkish craftsmen. Today the street has popular cafes and restaurants on both it...