Bringing You the Best of the Balkans

Slovenia

Europe’s green jewel, Slovenia is a country where the Alps meet the Mediterranean. It takes pride in its unspoiled nature with pristine lakes and magnificent karst caves. Thermal springs and Alpine hiking routes provide precious opportunities for health tourism.

With over 1,000 castles and a blend of Medieval, Baroque, Art Nouveau architecture, Slovenia is a land of cultural heritage, while the biggest cities, Ljubljana and Maribor, are also home to contemporary art and music.

One of the first Balkan countries to have entered the EU, Slovenia enjoys the benefits of a developed market, a secure business environment and a consistent real estate market.

EU member since 2004
Schengen Area member since 2007

Introducing
the Balkans

The Balkans, nestled between Central Europe and the Mediterranean, are a new on-trend European destination. They are recognized for their beautiful nature, excellent food, a rich blend of cultures and their vibrant modernity.

The Balkan region also comprises a number of aspiring economies with fast-growing markets and competitive tax environment and pricing creating unparalleled investment opportunities.

A Belgrade-based real estate platform, Dom is focused on the potentials of Serbia and specifically its capital while also providing a selection of exclusive properties in the region.

Croatia

Croatia has built a reputation of a posh Mediterranean destination, praised for a remarkable combination of a magnificent natural environment and UNESCO-protected world heritage sites. With 6,000 kilometers of Adriatic coastline and over one thousand islands, each bearing its unique identity, it also makes a perfect sailing, water sports and scuba diving destination.

The mild climate with a lot of sun makes it possible for property owners to enjoy their Adriatic getaways all year round.

EU member since 2013

Get to know Serbia

A country yet to be explored, Serbia holds a great potential that has been recognized by those seeking off-the-beaten-track destinations. It boasts magnificent natural sites, excellent food with a significant share of organic produce, and a healthy living environment.

Serbia is committed to preserving its nature and developing eco tourism so that more people can benefit from the pollution-free air and the clean drinking water. There are many opportunities for sports, outdoor activities and weekend break trips.

Set in the heart of the region, the country enjoys proximity both to the European Union and to Mediterranean resorts. Thanks to an extensive network of international flights major European cities are within easy reach, and many Asian destinations are available with a stopover in Abu Dhabi.

The combined advantages of the urban and the natural environment with small distances, as well as the ever-increasing business opportunities is what makes Serbia such a great place for living.

Experience Belgrade

A seven millennia old settlement, Belgrade is a site of rich history and exciting modernity. These days it is celebrating yet another revival making a remarkable comeback to travel top-lists and gaining recognition as an international destination.

The Guardian has named it one of the top-10 alternative city break destinations in Europe 2015 putting special emphasis on the snowballing cultural scene and the gritty urbanism1. The most recent addition to Belgrade’s portfolio, Trivago’s Best Value Cities for Travellers list has highlighted the capital of Serbia as its top choice for 2016.

From traveling to lifestyle, real estate consultancy Knight Frank has included Belgrade in its Global Cities of the Future selection emphasizing the speedily rising wealth level and the increasing volume of foreign investment as well as the fact that the city acts as south-eastern European financial and business center.Thanks to the improved lifestyle, the fine combination of business and leisure opportunities, the safety and the excellent price to quality ratio Belgrade is a perfect city to have your first or second European home.

Enjoy healthy lifestyles

Serbian people as a nation are fond of sports and exercising, and there are many urban facilities to support healthy habits. Living in Belgrade means you can enjoy morning runs on the Danube promenade or make use of the extensive network of bicycle lanes in New Belgrade. Weekends hold opportunities for swimming, canoeing, jogging, playing volleyball, golf and practicing other sports in the city’s green oasis, Ada Ciganlija river island, situated just 7 kilometers from the center.

Having your second home in Serbia you can make use of the advantages of healthy lifestyles all year round. Go whitewater rafting on the Drina in spring, enjoy hiking and mountain biking in Tara national park in summer, use the autumn days to treat yourself to a wellness weekend in one of the many SPAs, and stay active in winter skiing and snowboarding on the slopes Kopaonik. Besides, you can always use the proximity of the Mediterranean to have a weekend on the beach.

Feel the beat

Over the past years Belgrade has gained increasing popularity for its nightlife making it to the top of Lonely Planet’s list of ultimate party cities1. The biggest city in ex-Yugoslavia, Belgrade sets the pulse of the whole region in terms of entertainment. For world celebrities such as Robbie Williams and Jennifer Lopez it is a preferred concert location in Southeast Europe.

The clubbing scene is admired for its creative music, the boisterous atmosphere and the diversity of partying venues. The offer ranges from underground places based in private houses to major hotspots converted from former industrial facilities. Much of the nightlife takes places in floating clubs along the Sava and the Danube, known for their wild partying style. On the other hand, there is also plenty of bars and restaurants offering live music in a more relaxed atmosphere.

“Belgrade, the Berlin of the Balkans.”
Le Figaro
“Belgrade has emerged as Europe’s in-the-know destination in recent years.”
Lonely Planet
“It is a city where you can dance until sunrise seven nights a week, where hospitality crackles in the air, and where looking good is a birthright and a religion in one.”
CN Traveller

Video: Belgrade panorama

Video: a day in Belgrade

Video: Soulfood Serbia

Explore Serbia

Where can a 4-hour drive take you to?

SPAs

 

 

Serbia has an almost one-millennium long SPA traditions exploiting the benefits of the local hot springs. Today there are 10+ SPAs spread across the country, providing beauty and wellness services as well as treating serious medical conditions.

 

 

Tara

 

 

A mountain in the southwestern part of Serbia with an average altitude of 1,200 meters above sea level. A popular hiking, mountain biking and skiing destination.

 

 

Kopaonik

 

 

A mountain range in the central part of the country with top elevation 2,017 meters. Its slopes are covered with snow 160 days a year, which makes Kopaonik Serbia’s no. 1 skiing and snowboarding destination.

 

 

Zlatibor

 

 

A mountain resort with an average altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level. The clean and dry mountain air of Zlatibor is beneficial for the lungs and the cardiovascular system. Outdoor activities include hiking, mountain biking, horse riding, paragliding, skiing and snowboarding.

 

 

Video: The Danube in Serbia

Video: Serbia - One journey, million impressions