Except for some who are very lucky, you have to wait a long time before a total solar eclipse will pass over or very close by. Usually these are the kinds of things you have to travel to in order to see. The average recurrence time for a total eclipse at any point on Earth is about 375 years! For Serbia, the next total solar eclipse is not until 2081.
In your case I would try to plan for the August 2, 2027 solar eclipse
, which will pass over the straight of Gibraltar, Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, and the point of Somalia. It's the closest and probably most accessible total eclipse to you for a while. It's also a very long eclipse -- more than 6 minutes of totality at maximum.
I'll also see about updating the OP of the 2017 eclipse thread with some maps and climate info for those interested.