World No 1 Tennis Player Says Skiing Gives Him The Edge

The current men’s world number one tennis player, Serbia’s Novak Djokovic, has credited his passion for skiing as a key factor in his global success. The Serb comes from his country’s leading ski resort of Kopaonik, which recently opened a year-round ski run, and his father, aunts and an uncle were all pro skiers. “For […]

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Europe’s largest artificial ski slope opens in Serbia

The end of the European ski season is nigh, with many resorts closing their winter operations after Easter. However for skiers and snowboarders in Serbia there’s no need to pack away their equipment, as the country’s largest resort, Kopaonik, has a new artificial ski slope that will remain open throughout the summer months. Totalling 800m in […]

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Summer skiing? Head to Kopaonik, Serbia

A little-known ski resort in emerging Europe however can also now add its name to the list of summer skiing destinations. Kopaonik, in Serbia, recently unveiled the longest artificial ski slope in Europe, nearly a kilometre in length and served by its own chairlift. Despite record snowfall across much of Europe this winter, the northern […]

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Kopaonik Ski Pass price Winter 2018/2019 – Family

Kopaonik is the largest ski resort in Serbia with excellently prepared runs, which offers unlimited joy to all categories of skiers, from beginners to highly skilled ones. Kopaonik ski resort comprises of about 55km of runs for alpine skiing and12 km of runs for cross country (nordic) skiing. For those who enjoy skiing at night, […]

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Kopaonik Ski Pass price Winter 2018/2019 – Single

The artificial snowing system covers 97% of the resort. This system covers the following runs: Karaman A and B, Pancicev Vrh, Duboka 1 and 2, Suncana Dolina, Malo Jezero, Krst, Krcmar, Knezevske Bare, Mali Karaman, Marine Vode, Karaman and the adjoining ski roads, as well as the run in Gobelja. The artificial snowing systems make […]

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Skiing Serbia: The Highs and the Lows

Winter in Serbia can be magic. Ski snow-covered forests, trek peaceful mountains and eat great food; but make sure you get the right advice. Serbia has its share of winter resorts offering an escape from the everyday rush and traffic of the city. You could buy into what’s being advertised but if you want the […]

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WATG, Wimberly Interiors design second luxury ski resort in Viceroy portfolio in Serbia, Kopaonik

Viceroy Hotel Group is scheduled to launch its second ski resort in 2018. WATG and Wimberly Interiors will design the 120-guestroom Viceroy Kopaonik Serbia.   The local “Suvo Rudiste” architectural styles will influence the design, which will also draw influences from the natural landscape. Key design elements will include dark natural timber, white accents, abundant windows and […]

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