Serbia Travel Guide

/Serbia Travel Guide
Serbia Travel Guide 2016-11-04T15:13:55+00:00

Many people disregard Serbia, and its capital city: Belgrade. To be honest, we had until earlier this year, when we finally visited Belgrade for a short layover between our flight from Copenhagen to Istanbul. But are we glad we did! Furthermore, it was such a buzzing city and is one of Europe’s most affordable countries! Thus, it really is a hidden gem in Europe.

Serbia’s young, European-minded population brings a bubbling energy to its bars, cafés and clubs. Therefore, producing an amazing variation of adrenaline-charged nightlife, unmatched anywhere else in the Balkans. However, if you want a more relaxed time, take a long walk along the Danube River in the city centre of Belgrade. As it has many beautiful local restaurants, playgrounds and walkways to enjoy.


Currency: Serbian Dinar (RSD) Click here for currency conversion rates.
Language: Serbian
Good to know: Zbravo (Hello), Hvala Vam (Thank you), and zbogom (Goodbye).
Capital: Belgrade.
Visa: Click here for more information.
Climate: The North of the country sees cold winters and hot, humid summers, whilst the South of the country experiences hot, dry summers and autumns with mild winters.
Power Adaptors: 2 pin plug – Type F and Type C (Click here for full information).
Global Peace Index: Rank 48th of 163.


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Basic Information before travelling to Serbia