Negotin is especially relevant as center of Negotinska municipalities, and is located in east Serbia, about 150km from Niš. You can travel to it from Bor and Zaječar too. First found traces that first citizens of this territory were here before few thousand years, as one of first people in Europe. First written traces of settlers here are in 16thcentury, and when it became part of Otoman country. In 18th century, rulers of this territory were changed. From Turkish to Austrian, and after, back to Turkish rule. In 1833. it become part of Serbia permanently.
Today Negotin is modern municipality. Because Danube runs through it is great for fishing. You can see many natures pearls but one most important are Vratna stone gates and Rajac Pimnice, among many villages to see.
Vratna stone gates are natural bridges. There are three of them. Two of them are made as cave collapsed and the third is made by the river plunging.
Rajačke Pimnice are part of production in Rajac village. More about them can be found on post about Rajačke Pimnice.