Holidays in Serbia more expensive than vacationing in the Maldives

Since the coronavirus pandemic broke out in Serbia, finding a destination spend a well-deserved vacation and use the summer in the best possible way became a problem for many people.

Due to the closure of the borders of the countries which were the most popular tourist destinations for Serbian citizens, the state has invited people to spend money at home, i.e. on holidays on Serbian mountains, lakes and other tourist resorts.

Consequently, some of the most interesting places located in the heart of Serbia have become extremely popular with tourists almost overnight, and many accommodation owners have taken advantage of the situation to increase the prices of their apartments and villas to unrealistic figures.

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Some accommodation owners in Guča, for example, offer a double room for a 13-day-stay at the price of 231,761 dinars. Unfortunately, there are many other similar examples – a villa near Novi Sad with a plastic swimming pool costs 1,610 euro for a seven-day stay.

A double room with shared bathroom in Guča for a period of 13 days costs 94,822 dinars. Guča, as a destination, seems to be very popular this summer. Another example is a country house with a veranda which costs 1,224 euro to rent for seven nights. It has free parking, WiFi and a terrace available.

For these sums of money, Serbian tourists can spend the same number of days in some of the world’s most luxurious destinations like Taiwan, Thailand, the Maldives and other exotic resorts.

(Vecernje Novosti, 29.07.2020)

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