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Prijepolje, Serbia
30 May — 31 May2
Prijepolje, Serbia
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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:June
Average price in Prijepolje:£17/night
Cheapest price found:£6/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Thursday
£13 - £22
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
£17 - £48
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Guest House Pribojska Banja

Pribojska Banja Bb, Prijepolje, Serbia

9.4. Excellent
£13

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About Prijepolje

Prijepolje is a laid-back town set on the banks of the Lim River. Surrounded by forests and mountains, it’s a great place to escape the city and experience Serbia through a local lens. Stroll around the picturesque town centre, visit one of the most beautiful monasteries in Serbia and hike to the summit of a towering mountain.

Things to do

At 1,734 metres above sea level, Katunic is the highest peak in the area. It’s part of Jadovnik Mountain and commands sweeping views over the surrounding peaks and countryside. A scenic hiking trail winds up to the summit. Pick wild strawberries and keep your eyes open for vultures, eagles and hawks as you hike.

The Lim River flows through Prijepolje and is dotted with family-friendly beaches, including a popular stretch of sand in the town centre. Head down the river to the village of Velika Zupa to bask on Petrovac Beach, one of the best in the area. Watch locals dive off the bridge and challenge your crew to a game of beach volleyball.

Mileseva Monastery welcomes you with a beautiful, whitewashed facade and scenic riverside setting. The Serbian Orthodox monastery was founded in the 1200s and is best known for the beautiful White Angel fresco painted by an anonymous artist.

The Museum in Prijepolje celebrates the rich history, heritage and culture of the local area. It occupies a former 19thh-century schoolhouse and houses a diverse collection that ranges from hand-woven rugs and Roman artefacts to modern sporting memorabilia.

Getting around

Prijepolje is pedestrian-friendly and easy to get around on foot. The town is a four-hour drive from Belgrade and one hour from Novi Sad. Rental cars offer the freedom to explore surrounding sights and attractions at your own pace. Belgrade Nikola Tesla International Airport is a four-hour drive away.

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Prijepolje is a laid-back town set on the banks of the Lim River. Surrounded by forests and mountains, it’s a great place to escape the city and experience Serbia through a local lens. Stroll around the picturesque town centre, visit one of the most beautiful monasteries in Serbia and hike to the summit of a towering mountain.

Things to do in Prijepolje

At 1,734 metres above sea level, Katunic is the highest peak in the area. It’s part of Jadovnik Mountain and commands sweeping views over the surrounding peaks and countryside. A scenic hiking trail winds up to the summit. Pick wild strawberries and keep your eyes open for vultures, eagles and hawks as you hike.

The Lim River flows through Prijepolje and is dotted with family-friendly beaches, including a popular stretch of sand in the town centre. Head down the river to the village of Velika Zupa to bask on Petrovac Beach, one of the best in the area. Watch locals dive off the bridge and challenge your crew to a game of beach volleyball.

Mileseva Monastery welcomes you with a beautiful, whitewashed facade and scenic riverside setting. The Serbian Orthodox monastery was founded in the 1200s and is best known for the beautiful White Angel fresco painted by an anonymous artist.

The Museum in Prijepolje celebrates the rich history, heritage and culture of the local area. It occupies a former 19thh-century schoolhouse and houses a diverse collection that ranges from hand-woven rugs and Roman artefacts to modern sporting memorabilia.

Getting around Prijepolje

Prijepolje is pedestrian-friendly and easy to get around on foot. The town is a four-hour drive from Belgrade and one hour from Novi Sad. Rental cars offer the freedom to explore surrounding sights and attractions at your own pace. Belgrade Nikola Tesla International Airport is a four-hour drive away.

  • What are the best hotels in Prijepolje?

    Prijepolje is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Guest House Pribojska Banja, which has a current rating of 9.4. For other potential stays, consider Etno kutak Prijepolje and B&B Hisar International, which can also be great places to stay in Prijepolje.