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Youth Travel and Serbia

Published July 2016


Research categories: Educational exchange, Work and travel

Lonely Planet ranked Belgrade fifth in its ‘Top ten best places to be in 2015’ list and the number of hostels in Belgrade has increased dramatically in the last few years, reflecting the rapid growth in youth tourism demand.
Key takeaways

This report outlines the key characteristics of Serbia’s inbound and outbound youth travel markets and the potential that exists to strengthen this up-and-coming youth travel destination.

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