There, among the "golden" pines of the Balkans, people meet you with the words: "Look high, breathe deep!"

An early morning in May a group of Bulgarian journalists headed for the resort of Zlatibor at the invitation of the local tourist organization. As we crossed our border with Serbia, we stopped for a short break and coffee in a roadside facility. The sun had already shone through the fresh greenery that surrounded us, the birds were singing, the peace was around. It was understandable why the truck drivers passing by preferred this place to escape for a moment from the heavy traffic from and to Turkey. We were about to cross all of Serbia to get to Zlatibor, located near its opposite, western border with Bosnia and Herzegovina. We talked about

our beautiful, somehow familiar, somehow unknown neighboring country

The leader of the group, Plamen Mateev, was our expert guide in Serbia. He worked there as a commercial representative of Bulgaria, he knows the Serbs, their history, culture and achievements. He has done so much for the development of our bilateral ties that one could hardly count everything. It is no coincidence that during 2017, the Serbian town of Kraljevo made him his Honorary Citizen - Plamen Mateev was the first Bulgarian to receive this award. Because one of the last things he has helped with is the twinning of the town with our Veliko Tarnovo.

We firstly drove by the town of Pirot - loved by the Bulgarians, a place for a weekend walk and shopping. It is famous for its delicious cheese and sujuk. And with its population, which, just like our Gabrovo, is quite known for its stinginess, but also for its great entrepreneurship skills. Plamen Mateev showed us restaurants with delicious homemade food, hunting properties, natural phenomenons. From the windows of the bus we could also see the fields of Stara Planina, a small west part of the mountain that belongs to Serbia.

Along the way we noticed side roads leading to villages known for their ethno and eco tourism. It is noteworthy that even the countryside of Serbia is well maintained. Here and there we could observe or cross the Nishava River. We avoided entering the city of Niš, which we all know, but we passed through Ćićevac. The large and well-maintained houses reminded us that many people from this city, had earned their money in the west, during Tito times.

We went through Kruševac. A well-known industrial center in the recent past, where after the privatization, things have changed a lot. Some of the factories have stopped working. As a result, the population has declined significantly today. Along the way, we saw nurseries for decorative green plants. "At the moment it's a good local business, the investments for which are not big, but bring good revenue. They export the plants abroad" says Plamen Mateev. And he adds, "This end is also known for its famous quince rakija".

Here is the village of Stopanya, known for its lambs. Here, as all around Serbia, the holiday "Slava", takes place, which looks a bit like the festivities in Bulgaria, but each "Slava" refers to a specific home. Every family has a certain date to make their "Slava" celebration. The house is cleaned in advance, the owner bakes a pig or lamb and awaits the guests, who are not officially invited. The date is known and whoever wants, goes to respect the hosts, stays for two or three hours and leaves. "In fact, food in Serbia is generally very good" Plamen Mateev reminded that there is a ban on GMO products and that agricultural institutes are preserved and work well.

The Ljubostinja Monastery

Sometime around noon we arrived at the famous Christian site, located in the valley of the small river of Ljubostinja near the town of Trstenik. There we met Pavle Milkovic, who introduced us to its story. The Medieval Orthodox Monastery "Ljubostinja" was built by Princess Milica in the years from 1388 to 1405. Its church "Dormition of Mother Mary" is remarkable. According to the legend, princess Milica, the widow of Knyaz Lazar, Jefimija, Ivan Uglješe's widow, would spend the last years of their life as nuns praying to God; and after the Battle of Chernomen and that of the Kosovo Field /1389/, here stayed the widows of the nobles who died in these battles. Today Ljubostinja is a convent inhabited and maintained by around fifty nuns.

In 1788 the monastery was burned by the Turks. Most of its medieval frescoes have been destroyed. Then, in one of its walls, behind the icons, was found the hidden treasure of Princess Milica, which, of course, was captured. There was also the crown of Prince Lazar, which is kept today in a museum in Istanbul.

The monastery is a real monument of Serbia's culture of utmost importance. It is built in Moravian style. The construction of its church is a three-nave with a tower and a dome and is the work of Protomaster Rade Borović. During the burning of the monastery, its iconostasis was also burned, but the monastery was re-painted in 1822 by Nikola Marković.

We came out in a rested state after hearing the story, but also because of the special magnetism  of the nature.

Outside, Dejan Veljovic, the creator of the "Rakija iz Rakije" brand, was waiting for us to treat us,some people from our group knew him from past visits. We talked. Each year he produces about 1000 liters of brandy. He named his produce in this way, because this brandy is from the village of Rakija. And then, with a gift from him, for a cheerful mood, we continued on the way to Zlatibor.

Kraljevo - Čačak – Užice

We went through Kraljevo, the city of the three rivers - Ibar, Western Morava and Ribnica. And the seven crowned kings. Its central part was built in 1891 under a German project. Its round square with rays is really interesting. It is also known for its university, the nice cafes and restaurants on platforms along the river Ibar. As for its beautiful filigree silver jewels and the Kraljev Misket. There was a military airport that is already closed, but they are considering turning it into a civilian or cargo airport. The largest monument nearby is the famous Žiča Monastery.

We then arrived in Čačak - in the heart of Serbia. The City of the intellectuals. It is relatively small, with about 70,000 inhabitants, but it is the birthplace of many artists, painters, poets. The people here are proud and are not easy to give in. In the city there are military factories with a high export, a factory for casseroles and pans, for paint, for medical equipment ... The area from here to the western border of Serbia is mountainous and consequently the livestock and fruit-growing are developed.

On the way to Užice we saw many churches and monasteries, beautiful mountain views. The name of this city comes from the word "usko", which means narrow as it is located in a gorge. The houses on the slopes reminded us of Veliko Tarnovo. The city is rich in history and is famous for its delicacies. Its inhabitants are very stubborn. On leaving this place, we enjoyed another lovely view - the Old Town fortress, built somewhere in the XII - XIII century.


We went through the city of Čajetina, the last before we reached our goal.

Zlatibor - 125 years of organized tourism

In front of the hotel of the Tourist Organization - Zlatibor, we were greeted with a smile by Jelica Tošić - Manager of Tourism, host and leader of our group. As soon as we ate at the restaurant of the organization, she suggested that we see the Stopića cave first.

We crossed the center of the resort and headed north-east. The mountain views that opened before our eyes were wonderful with the green rounded peaks, the herbs-filled green-grassed meadows, the freshness of the "golden" pines scattered here and there in groups. On the left of the road Jelica showed us a camping site, a new acquisition of the resort, which is rapidly gaining popularity among lovers of this type of tourism from the Netherlands, Austria, Slovenia…

And while we were traveling, she said: "The Zlatibor resort is part of the Čajetina Municipality, which has a population of about 15,000 people. About 2400 of them live  in the tourist center. Zlatibor is the most popular tourist destination in Serbia, as the resort is open all year round - both in winter and in summer. And between these seasons there are many seminars, congresses. Hence, around 300,000 tourists pass per year. An average of about 1,300,000 nights are registered. The capacity of the resort is about 25,000 beds in hotels, holiday homes and private homes.

This year we celebrate 125 years of organized tourism in Zlatibor. Its origins date back to 1893 when Serbian King Aleksandar Obrenović came here and said the place was "like an air bath". Since then, it has begun to develop as a tourist center.

Rose of the winds

In fact, the name Zlatibor refers not only to the center of the resort, but also to the entire mountain, with an area of ​​about 1 000 sq. km.  in which there are villages and other small complexes. The climate is moderate continental, the average altitude is 1000 m. The meeting of the Adriatic Sea currents with the mountain here forms the so-called "Rose of the Winds". It makes the climate wonderful and because of it Zlatibor is also considered one of Serbia's best health centers. It is no coincidence that the "Čigota" Specialist Hospital for thyroid disease is being developed, which also offers several programs for healthy weight-loss.

Jelica also told us: "Zlatibor is a health and a sports center. We have eight football grounds, basketball, volleyball, and handball courts. Summer basketball camps for children are held annually. Children come not only from Serbia, but also from Australia, New Zealand, America, Russia ...

Zlatibor is also a winter center. Its village of Tornik has a total of about 7 km ski slopes at an altitude of 1.496 m. There are also modern ski lifts. Tornik also works in the summer, offering special mountain climbing sites, mini golf courses, and more.

Zlatibor has 80 km of mountain hiking trails and many excursions are organized. For example, from the Stopića cave, to the so-called Museum in the open sky - the old village of Sirogojno, to the Gostilje waterfall, and of course to the Wooden City and the Šargan Eight.

We work to organize various events throughout the year. For example, we welcome New Year's Eve on the so-called Royal Square /Kraljev trg/ in the center, where about 20,000 people gather. We also organize many concerts, shows, exhibitions and other cultural events. In January, we run the Pršutijada in the village of Mačkat, which is nearby, where producers of the famous prosciutto are presented. We have Rakijada, a home-brewery festival, in the village of Šljivovica. There is a trumpet /brass band/ festival, and for those who love rock and electronic music, there is a special festival in the summer. Of course, there are many cafes, restaurants and other attractions in the complex... Here not only families with children come, but also many young people who like adrenaline attractions like ATVs, paragliders, etc.

The legends about the name of the mountain are three

We can also read them on the website of the Tourist Organization - Zlatibor. It is believed that the name comes from the white pine with its golden  needles, which once covered undulating slopes of Zlatibor. The scientific name of the pine is PINUS SILVESTRIS VARIEGATA ZLATIBORICA.

Another legend says that Zlatibor got its name due to the richness of the pine forest, which was the main source of income. People used the wood as building material. They also made tar and kindling wood, which they were selling in Šumadija and Dalmatia, for them pine was worth its weight in gold. In their stories people always praised it: "The golden pine it is!"

The third legend says that it got its name after the mountain pastures which, in autumn, become yellow in color, gold yellow. Which of these legends is true decide for yourself or better come to Zlatibor. Perhaps in the pine trees’ song you’ll hear another new story.

And now, we finally arrived to the

Stopića cave

Our guide in it was its curator Nikola Stopić. From his interesting story we found out that the cave is 1691 meters long, its total area is 8 square kilometers and its height in places reaches 50 meters. It consists of five parts: a bright room, a dark room, a large hall with bathtubs, a canal with bathtubs and a river bed. It runs through the Trnavski river , which has for millions of years shaped the so-called "stone baths", one of the attractions available to tourists. Whether full or not so much, according to the season, they impress with their cascade location. The most shallow is 15 cm, the deepest - 7, 2 m. Nikola Stopić said that the construction of a new facility for tourists will soon begin, which will allow them to enjoy the higher height of the baths. Another attraction is the unique waterfall, which reaches a height of almost 10 m (with a rise in water level), and which they call "Spring of Life". They have a plan to make special stairs alongside it. Another interesting element is the "Dog Cemetery". Once, through a high hole above, people threw the dead animals here, which were fossilized in time in strange shapes. The cave is poor in terms of animal life, but there is a rare cave spider living in it, which our colleagues went to search for and photograph.

Nikola Stopić also said: "The first written records of the cave are from the beginning of the last century. Using the stories of the local people, in 1984 my grandfather became the head of the first speleological research. At that time, however, in Serbia we did not have good specialists in this area and because of the necessity of diving equipment and specific knowledge, the team of speleologists was mainly consisted of Czechs. Thus, with their help,  corridors and five halls, two kilometers long were found within the depths of the ground." After that the interest in the cave was small, until the 2000s when the Zlatibor Tourist Organization made it into one of its main attractions. In 2009, it became open to visitors, and Nikola Stopić was appointed as its curator because, thanks to his grandfather, he is the one who knows it the best. It is currently visited by more than 60.000 tourists per year.

When we got out of the cave, it had already got dark.It was time for dinner in …

The Melović Guest House

It is located in the vicinity of the cave of Rožanstvo. Jelica told us that we will see one of the best guest houses in Zlatibor. And she did not lie. As we entered, the coziness and the light of this home surrounded us. And even though it was raining, the smiles of the hosts, Gordana and Dragan Melović, made us forget it.

At the table, they had ordered the typical Zlatibor specialties - local pies, cheeses, local prosciutto, kajmak... all their own production. After we said "Cheers!", with the homemade rakija that Dragan treated us with, he said: "Our household has been in existence for about 100 years. The beginning was set up by my great-grandfather who came here from a neighboring house. Currently, four generations live in our home. We deal mainly with agriculture, and for 12 years now with rural tourism.

We started by letting two rooms to rent upstairs. That same year we made a swimming pool because we wanted to keep our guests satisfied so that when they come they also have some fun. And we really did. When their number began to increase, we made two more apartments with four beds, and now we are rebuilding an old building into a new apartment. It can be extended even more, but we have a lot of work to do. I can say that there are constantly more and more guests coming to us, mostly foreigners - from Germany, from Russia, from other countries, even from Bulgaria. Last year, 880 people passed by. Since we do not have much of a capacity, it is entirely satisfactory, in our opinion".

In fact, the Melović family produce themselves almost everything needed for the guests. They have 5-6 cows, 20 goats, hens, pigs... They sow wheat, corn, and in a small greenhouse they grow vegetables. Gordana said that they all start work at 5 o'clock in the morning for the animals and they finish in the dark. Their family is consisted of 11 people and everyone is working hard. Well, maybe without the oldest member - Dragan's father, who is 85 years old, and without the youngest one - a grandchild, 6 months old.

Later, one by one, we all went to the cellar. And among the rare ethno souvenirs in it and the aged rakija, we talked more. Dragan said that he was grateful to the Tourist Organization of Zlatibor, for their help in advertising. In fact, it can be said that this organization is quite reasonable. It supports not only the large operators in the resort, but also the smallest and newest ones, it attracts investments, builds and creates attractions, maintains and shows the heritage and is proud of it.

We went out cheerful and happy for having met these people - sincere, hospitable and endlessly hardworking.

The next day the adventure was awaiting us:

Šargan Eight Railway

Our hosts had invited us to travel the route of the famous museum-tourist railway with the Nostalgija train. To reach the starting station, however, we entered Mokra Gora. In translation, its name means the wet mountain, which suggests that there are many springs, lots of water. And, therefore, it is always fresh and green. Almost on the border with Bosnia, the mountain is known for at least three things: the eco-village Drvengrad /meaning Wooden City/ of Emir Kusturica, the new modern ski center Iver and finally - the Šargan Eight Railway Museum of Tourism.

We went through the village Kremna, which became famous due to the prophets Milan Tarabić (1809-1854) and his relative Mitar Tarabić (1829-1899). One of Mitar's important prophecies was the construction of a railroad in these places, which would ease people's lives; its seizure and start again, later when it was going to be used as entertainment.

Further on, along the way, in the distance, we also saw some of the wooden houses of Drvengrad, created by the great Serbian director Emir Kusturica, with the aim of organising the International Film and Music Festival of Kustendorf there. We continued to the village of Mokra Gora, near which is the station under the same name, from which the Nostalgija train sets off.

We went on-board with Željko Spijonović, head of the commercial and economic section for passenger transport. He told us about the once-existing narrow gauge here, built in 1925, which used to be the only transport for the population. Its route in one place twists in the form of an eight, and that’s where its name derives- the Šargan Eight. When the Serbian government launched the Belgrade-Bar Road in 1974, the rail’s function stopped. Years later, the Serbian Railways decided to reconstruct a 15-kilometer section of the former railway line and run a Nostalgija train. And today, the museum-tourist narrow-gauge (760mm wide), moving along the Mokra Gora - Šargan Vitasi, is considered the most attractive in Europe. Approximately 100,000 tourists per year board on it. The number of Bulgarians continues to grow.

Inside the wagon around us were Chinese, Hungarians, Russians ... Joy was in the air - whether from the nostalgia of the past, or from the feeling that we were in Kusturica's film, or just because of the mood of the Balkan music that embraced us from the very beginning of the journey and which accompanied us throughout the whole trip. With colleagues, we recognized the Serbian songs performed by a Bulgarian cast.

We departed. After a while, the conductor appeared. As a true artist, embodied in a serious role, the man checked the tickets of the tourists who were racing to take photos with him. The ticket for the museum-tourist narrow-gauge is 800 dinars /about 13 leva/ per adult, 400 dinars /about 7 leva/ for children aged 6 to 14, while for the youngest the trip is free.

From Željko Spijonović we understood that besides this train, the Serbian Railways have two similar ones: Romance, The Train "Romantika" that runs from Belgrade to Sremski Karlovci and the Blue Train, exclusively used for the transport of the president of SFRJ, Josip Broz Tito and high ranking government and political figures on their journeys in the country and abroad. Today, except for attraction for the tourists, the trains can be hired for shooting movies, video clips and advertisements, for weddings, etc. Ticket funds and state subsidies are used for track maintenance, repair and restoration of the locomotives and wagons.

After being well informed, we surrendered to the charm from the sights along the route to Šargan Vitasi Station. I thought how picturesque the Balkans are! We went over 15 km in greenery, passing 22 tunnels, 5 bridges and several small stations!

We made a brief stop at the Šargan Vitasi Station. Some of the passengers rushed to the cafe to buy a refreshing drink or ice cream. On the way back, the two stations on which we stopped, made a great impression on me

The Jatare and Golubiči - Crazy Stone

On the first one the tourists got out and the more dynamic ones immediately climbed the stairs next to a small waterfall nearby to look from the top and take a picture. The gluttons went to treat themselves at the station's restaurant. And we, the more curious, gathered around Željko Spijonović to learn more about the station. "This station, Jatare , is the key to the whole route. It is known for not having sold a single ticket throughout its life being. At the time of the steam locomotives, it served as a charging point for coal, wood, water, for rest ... And now it works as a short rest and snack spot". To our question, which famous people have been here and have boarded on the train, Željko replied: "Well, due to the shooting of films, many world stars came here: Monica Bellucci, Johnny Depp, Emir Kusturica and all his guests..."

The train whistle reminded us that we should continue the journey. After a while, we passed the famous Golubiči station, specially built by Kusturica for the film "Life is a miracle". And this makes it famous all over the world. It's currently not used for anything, but the so-called Crazy Stone is nearby, where the train stopped for a while. The legend says that when two lovers touch the stone, they remain forever together. They call it the "stone of desires".  Everyone can leave a coin and make a wish. Well, it is clear that all the passengers gathered around it!

Then we walked past the small station - The Ninth kilometer, which took its name due to the distance from it to Bosnia – exactly 9km. And soon we found ourselves on the platform of the initial station - Mokra Gora. Here we have to add something more. Besides the train being a real jewel, the stations are kept impeccably clean.

Nostalgija travels along the route two or three times a day from the 1st of April to the 31st of October, and then in winter on holidays from the 25th of December to the 25th of January.

And here we were again at the resort of Zlatibor. During the late afternoon we found ourselves at

the entrance of the the largest dinosaur park in Serbia and the Balkans

It has been here for only a year but it attracts more and more small and "big" children. Petar Knežević, one of the animators, showed us around. He proudly told that the park, located on 5 hectares of land, is the largest in Serbia and on the Balkans. We walked along the alley and got acquainted with 16 types of dinosaurs - more precisely with their natural size models. And we imagined the world millions of years ago. Dinosaurs came to life with their thunder-like screams, moving fins and limbs. Next to each of them there is a description - from what period it is, where it lived, what dimensions it had, what qualities. The mock-ups are made in China. Petar Knežević says: "The concept of building and developing the Dino Park is that every child, whether from Serbia or elsewhere, could come here and learn more about the origin of these animals and the world millions of years before". He stressed : "The entire advertising campaign is being carried out by the Tourist Organization of Zlatibor and Čajetina which  invest a lot of funds for the maintenance and promotion of the site through websites, media appearances, participation in international tourism fairs... Here come tourists from all over the world - China, Italy, France, Spain... Now we are expecting a group from Kuwait, also from India... From its opening until today the park has been visited by over 165,000 people". But everyone here wishes for the number to soon reach one million.

While walking through the park and the dinosaurs, we could see various attractions for children of different ages: a rope garden, a zip line, climbing wall, tubing, a buggies pista, a polygon for rollers and scooters, a football field, a shooting range, 6D cinema, horses and ponies, small zoo, children's village - Dino. A true adventure park! There is a special educational center where children acquire knowledge and skills about the life in nature, including various thematic games with prizes. We can see a dinosaur summer theater, recreation facilities, place for photos, Dino souvenir shop, Dino vitamin bar and even a pizzeria. Under construction are: the ski slopes, mini golf playground, paintball area, off-road cartings, etc.

The Dino Park operates all year round. The tickets cost 600 dinars /about 10 leva/ for adults, 300 dinars /about 5 leva/ for children aged 3 to 15, and is free for children under 3 years. There are also numerous special discounts.

We walked out of Dino Park in childlike joy. And we drove through the center of Zlatibor.

The heart of the resort is the lake

Everything happens around it. Tourists walk around the lanes. People sit on the benches and chat. The restaurants and cafes along the coast are full. In the square children ride bicycles and carts. Tourists get photographed with the symbol of the resort - the wood-carved man with a donkey. We continued walking on one of the alleys. People were quenching their thirst at the Kralj Fountain…

We sat for coffee and cake in the "Jelena Anžujska" restaurant, part of a new complex bearing the name of the medieval Serbian queen. Completed in 2016, it consists of apartments that have different owners and are being rented out. It is supported and promoted by the Ambassador agency. But some of the owners are also advertising themselves. One of them welcomed us - Branko Škodrić, whose family owns the plot on which the complex was built. He told us about the principle of working and investing here, about his own contribution, about the tourists who visit him, about the future plans. He said that within the complex there had already been guests from the western parts of Bulgaria, Sofia and Plovdiv. And then he showed us some of the rooms and suites.

Actually, in Zlatibor there are all kinds of accommodation at all prices. Sleeping in them costs about 14 levs per room in a house, to about 120 levs per apartment, in a 4 star hotel. There are also half board or full board options.

We went to the local marketplace - there were souvenirs made mostly out of the "golden" pine. We finished the day with dinner at the Konak Restaurant, where we again enjoyed the Zlatibor specialties. And then, later, we also looked at the youth clubs and discos. Well-dressed young people enjoyed the sound of music. Everywhere one can enjoy Serbian live music. We did not hear any foreign hits.

The next morning, feeling cool due to the fresh air and pleased with the experience and the sight, we left Zlatibor. With the thought that we will come back here one day - among the "golden" pines of the Balkans, where people meet you with the words: "Look high, breathe deep!" And where there is still so much more to be seen, felt and experienced.

On our way back to Bulgaria, somewhere in the middle of the road, we stopped in the city

Vrnjačka Banja

The local tourist organization was warned of our visit and did everything possible for the little time we had to show us the maximum possible. And this was thanks to its charming PR agent Mina Stanević and the touring train that tours around the sights of the city. With its seven mineral springs - Topla voda, Snežnik, Slatina, Jezero, Beli Izvor, Borjak, Vrnjačko Vrelo, the city is the most visited spa in Serbia. It celebrates 150 years of tourism and looks forward to the 1.000.000th  night. But what impressed us the most was the greenery. As if everything is a huge park - clean, perfectly maintained and playful with the numerous ideas for non-standard benches, fountains and attractions. There are also hotels, sanatoriums, bathrooms, hospitals for rehabilitation, buildings.

Each of the springs here has its own features suitable for the treatment of various diseases. But, as Mina said, the treatment for diabetes is very good and attracts people from all over the world, including Bulgaria. We tried the water at two of the springs and then continued.

Along the Vrnjačka river we stopped for photos at the Lover's Bridge. Hundreds of padlocks are hung here, which serve the task of keeping eternal love.

The city government is working hard here to keep young people in the city. For example, five new hotels open this year - four four stars and one five stars. This will create new jobs.

Then we went shopping at the local market, we ate the local pljeskavica, we photographed ourselves with the town's symbol, the sparrow Gotchko, and left. Because "The Queen of Spa tourism in Serbia" deserves another, special and detailed story.

While we were traveling to Sofia I remembered the meeting at the Serbian Embassy with H. E. Mr. Vladimir Ćurgus, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Serbia in our country, before we left. During his tenure, this remarkable diplomat has done much to strengthen the bilateral contacts between our countries in all spheres. In the conversation with us, the journalists, he stressed that tourist relations between Serbia and Bulgaria are becoming more and more intense and that the number of tourists in recent years has been steadily growing. He said that Zlatibor is a very beautiful place and he hoped that we, the journalists, will like it so that we can then share the impressions with more Bulgarians. Because it is important to get to know each other even better at a time when the Bulgarian Presidency of the EU Council had as one of its priorities the European perspective and the connectivity of the Western Balkans.

Photos: "Diplomatic Spectrum". The one above - Tourist Organization - Zlatibor; 27, 28 and 32 - Viliana Semerdzhieva

First line: Monastery "Ljubostinja"

Second line: the center of the resort of Zlatibor and the cave of Stopića

Third line: visiting the Melović family

Fourth, Fifth and Sixth line: Šargan Eight Railway - Mokra Gora Station, Šargan-Vitasi Station,The Jatare and Golubiči - Crazy Stone

Seventh line: Dino Park

Eighth and ninth line: the center of Zlatibor

Tenth line: the town of Vrnjačka Banja