Have you heard about the Drina House?
Its story began on a hot summer day in 1968. The original idea of creating a refuge from the waves and sun turned into the house on a nearby rock made by the group of young boys.
As time passed, this house has become world-famous.
In August 2012, it was the photo of the month in the famous National Geographic.
And today, it’s Serbia’s iconic House on the river.
If you decide to visit this magical gem, you’ll be fascinated with all the scenery that surrounds both house and you.
So, don’t miss Drina Regatta, mountains Tara, Zlatibor, Mokra Gora, tourist attractions such as Drvengrad and Šargan Eight, as well as traditional Serbian cuisine, including the “komplet lepinja,” or bun with everything in it.