Serbia has a wide range of geographical, architectural and cultural locations across the country that can represent a wide range of destinations worldwide. Our capital is by many considered to be an open air studio, with locations that depict different points in time, from Ottoman to Habsburg Empire, all the way to Socialist era aesthetics. Byzantine monasteries and churches, Roman fortresses, small and charming villages, fertile vineyards; they are all a short distance from Belgrade. Also, all of the major cultural centers of Europe are located within a maximum two hour flight from Serbia. Serbia is also considered as a crossroad of civilizations, a place where Catholic, Orthodox and Islamic cultures met. Mountains, plains, rivers, lakes and the sea, everything is within 300 miles.