Niš in Serbia is a large city in Serbia located in the Balkan. When you travel to this beautiful city you will discover a lot of hospitality and nature. The city is named after the Nišava River, which flows through the city. Niš is situated in the southeast of Serbia and has a population of over 200.000 inhabitants. The city of Niš is one of the oldest cities in the Balkans. In the suburb of Mediana you will find one of the oldest churches of all times, this church was built in the fourth century.
Niš is a very important industrial city in Serbia. It contains an electronic industry, textile industry, tobacco industry and an industry of mechanical engeneering. Niš Tobacco Factory was built in 1930 and produces tobacco, cigarettes and filters. The biggest company for the construction industry is called Gradjevinar. This company has built a lot of apartments in the city, but also clinics, hospitals, department stores, hotels and warehouses. The most important company in the textile industry is Nitex. This company produces fabrics, knitted material and clothes. Niš also has a food-processing industry, represented by a stock company, named Žitopek, that produces trade and bakery goods. Niš has a tremendous amount of history.