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Hotel Mona, Miladina Pecinara 26, Zlatibor, Serbia
 
Website: www.monazlatibor.com
 
Zlatibor is a mountainous region situated in the western part of Serbia.
 
Among the most popular places in Serbia for tourism, Zlatibor's main attractions include health tourism, skiing, and hiking. The largest city in the region is Užice—located at the foothills of the mountain—while most of the area belongs to the municipality of Čajetina. The town of Zlatibor has shifted over the years from a group of vacation homes to an urban location with diverse amenities. The Tornik ski resort is located in the area.
 
The Zlatibor region is divided among two municipalities, Čajetina and Užice, while both lie within the Zlatibor District. The Belgrade-Bar railroad passes through Zlatibor.
 
Situated at an elevation of just over 1,000 metres, Zlatibor is a climatic resort, characterized by a cool alpine climate, clean air, long periods of sunshine during the summer and a heavy snow cover in winter. Tourist facilities include modern hotels, holiday centers and cottages, sports grounds and skiing tracks.
 
Tourist era on Zlatibor officially began on 20 August 1893, when the King of Serbia Aleksandar Obrenović decided to establish a health resort on an initiative from the local hosts. To his honor, a fountain was erected on the place where he had lunch, and named Kraljeva Voda ("King's water"). 
Recommended hotels:
Recommended hotel and privileged prices for conference participants (Buffet Breakfast included):
 
Hotel Mona, Miladina Pecinara 26, Zlatibor
 
Single room: 53€ (per person)
Double room: 31€ (per person)
 
Contact for reservation: prodaja@monazlatibor.com
Tel: +38131841021
 
To book your room, please complete reservation form (Reservation Form) and send on e-mail: prodaja@monazlatibor.com
 
Please note:
 
In order to obtain preferred prices, please inform hotel that you are CNN TECH participant.
Please reserve your room early to assure a room reservation at CNN TECH.
All hotel arrangements are to be made directly with the Hotel.
Zlatibor is located 220 kilometers (3 hours) from Belgrade.
 
There is possibility of transfer with a car (Peugeot 5008) from airport Nikola Tesla or center of Belgrade to Zlatibor - 113 EUR
 
Tel. +38131841021, e-mail: hotel@monazlatibor.com
 
www.beg.aero - for all other useful transport information form/to airport  you please check. 
 
The exchange rate: 1 EUR ≈ 120 RSD

Sightseeing

Sirogojno is a village ensconced on the eastern edge of the Zlatibor plateau.
 
It is home to the open-air museum “Staro selo”, which is one of the most important cultural attractions in the area, and in which the life of a turn-of-the-century peasant family is fleshed out. All buildings and furnishings on site are authentic. The museum covers an area of 45,000m2.
 
Not far from Zlatibor, on the way to Sirogojno, is the Stopić Cave.
 
Mokra Gora is a mountain ethno village located between the Tara and Zlatibor mountains, famous for its natural sights and the Šargan eight, the old-school narrow track railway traversing the area in the shape of the number eight, which gave it its name.
 
Do not miss the chance to take a ride on the steam locomotive as it makes its way through the picturesque rocky passes.
 
On the way to Mount Tara, on the nearby Mećavnik hill, lies Drvengrad, the ethno village filmmaker Emir Kusturica constructed.
 
A village made of wood, as its name suggests, it was built in the ancient style and has a timeless aura about it. A well-known tourist destination already, Drvengrad is complete with church, art gallery, cinema, bookstore, pastry shop, national restaurant, and a folk handicrafts store. Mokra Gora is a mountain ethno village located between the Tara and Zlatibor mountains, famous for its natural sights and the Šargan eight, the old-school narrow track railway traversing the area in the shape of the number eight, which gave it its name.

 

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