The village of Tršić is situated in the hilly area in the Southern – West part of the River Jadar Valley. It is the birthplace of the Serbian linguist and language reformer, Vuk Stefanović Karadžić. The ethno-complex is a village of the Dinaric type from the 19th century. The whole complex represents an open-air museum with 35 buildings. It is comprised of a memorial house that was built in 1933 at the place where Vuk Karadžić’s family home was, and other 19th century objects including church, log cabins, warehouses, workshops for old crafts, and a corn-store. There are plenty of restaurants around the village and even a well-stocked mini-market with a great drinking bar attached to it. Our favorite restaurant was Biblioteka with excellent food and friendly service (you can also change money there – 1 EUR / 117 RSD). If you would be there on weekend, you can visit the nearby traditional Serbian nightclub Venera, a really crowded place with a loud band and local atmosphere (Zaječarsko beer 0,33 l / 300 RSD, getting busy around 1 AM).
Parking location – Tršić: 44.499501N 19.266723E (🚻)