Some foreign guests are soon going to visit us. Let’s make a presentation of some beautiful or important places in Serbia that they should visit. You should include a variety of different sights and information, such as Serbian natural and cultural treasures, customs, food, and other unique features.
My ideal holiday is an adventure holiday on a desert island in the Indian ocean. I travel there by plane and boat. I do some animal and plant research and I also relax and sunbathe on the beach. I should bring a rucksack with food, a sleeping bag, a suitcase with my clothes and my mobile phone.
My ideal holiday is a beach holiday in Spain. You travel there by plane. You can relax and sunbathe by the pool or on the beach, or go sightseeing. I should only bring a suitcase with my clothes.
My ideal holiday is an adventure holiday in the mountains. You travel there by bus. You can do rock climbing, walk along mountain paths and swim in wild rivers. In the evening I sit with my friends round the camp fire and we talk and sing. I should bring a sleeping bag and a rucksack.
The holiday season is approaching and it is a good time to exchange some thoughts about the holidays we usually have or dream about having one day. Tell us something about your ideal holiday: what kind of holiday it is, how you get there, what you do, and what you should bring.
We can go for a walk round Valjevo. The first place I can show you is Pecina Park. Pecina Park is a very interesting place. It is a small botanical garden. There are a lot of species of trees from all over the world and they are labelled in Latin. It’s one of the most peaceful places in Serbia and people of all ages like walking here.
We can also go to the River Gradac. The Gradac is one of cleanest rivers in Serbia. It takes a 15 minute walk from the town centre to the Gradac. The prettiest place of Gradac is the dam. A lot of people swim here and have a drink in a cafe.
The third place we could visit is Tešnjar .Its architecture is typical of the Ottoman rule period. The river Kolubara flows through Tešnjar and there are plenty of shops, cafes and a few clubs on its right bank.
I hope that you have found these places interesting.
I live in Ljig, but now I am going to agricultural school in Valjevo. Valjevo is a very friendly city, but it is very noisy. Ljig is smaller than Valjevo and I know it better, so I am going to talk about Ljig.
In the centre of Ljig there is a large square and every day many people walk in it. They do shopping here and have a drink in one of the cafes.
Ljig is famous for its history and culture. It is full of beautiful monuments. It is also famous for its spa. Here you can swim in an outdoor pool and rest in a pretty hotel. The River Ljig divides the city into two parts. There is quay along the river where I enjoy walking.