In order to take advantage of last sunny days this year, we organized a trip to central Serbia, Raška and Rasinski Region.
Vrnjačka Banja, located between the Goč Mountain and the Zapadna Morava River, is one of the most beautiful Royal Spas in Serbia. The queen of Serbian tourism, rich in cultural and historical monuments, rivers and natural beauty, Vrnjačka Banja is a good place for enjoyment and relaxation.
Our next stop was Aleksandrovac. The town is famous for its “Annual Parish Harvest” event, and open and unique wine festival “Fountain of Wine” which symbolizes the inexhaustible vineyards of the parish. Every year, visitors drink 20,000 litres of wine from the fountain. The Museum of Oenology and Viticulture, located in the cellar of the Agricultural School, has hundreds of exhibited objects from its collection of equipment and tools, once used for making wine, illustrating historical development of viticulture and winemaking in the parish. Enthusiasts who aim to revitalize the wine making tradition and viticulture in this region regularly improve the museum collection.
We ended our day in the Minić Wine House, in the village of Tržac, where we tasted the most famous parish wines. With our host who told us nice stories about wines, each sip was a great experience.