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R itam Srbije / Rhythm of Serbia 84 | Planine» Mountains Serbia’s mountains and beautiful plains are blanketed in snowthroughout the winter months and, with some fantastic ski resorts to enjoy, even beginners can learn the basics and take on a new hobby. Of course, you might want to spend a little time in Belgrade, and a twin-centre break is a great idea, andwill also cost youmuch less than itwould in some neighbouring countries! If you’re set on winter sports, check out these six of Serbia’s best ski resorts for this winter. Kopaonik If you’re someonewhohas tried skiing before and loved it, Kopaonik is the right destination for you.This is the largest resort in Serbia and is packed with contents and facilities to make your time there comfortable and fun. However, it’s worth En j oy Se r b i an wi nt e r 6Best Ski Resorts for 2022 Serbia is a country that few think of when it comes to ski resorts, but that’s a mistake! We enjoy ample snowfall from around December onwards, and this is a magical place to enjoy snow sports bearing inmind that thismight not be the best resort option for novice skiers. It boasts 55 kilometres of ski runs for those who want to enjoy top alpine skiing. Along the full length of these runs, you’ll pass breath-takingmountain scenery to rival Switzerland’s greatest ski resort peaks.The apres-ski options are also excellent and relatively cheap! Zlatibor The great thing aboutZlatibor is that, although it’s a fantastic ski resort in its own right, it offers plenty of other things to do besides skiing. It is home to waterfalls, caves and fantastic hiking opportunities, but if it’s skiing that you’re after, you won’t be disappointed. The ski resort is located at the highest point of the mountain range and offers opportunities for all levels of ability. If you’re travellingwith children, Foto:Depositphotos