SERBIA TRAVEL GUIDE
Serbia doesn't get much attention on the travel circuit, which makes it the perfect destination for those looking to get off the beaten path.
The capital of Serbia, Belgrade, offers everything you have come to expect out of a European city break: gastronomy, nightlife, history, and bustling energy.
Venture further afield in Serbia to discover ancient monasteries, beautiful villages, and lush national parks - all without the crowds!
Whatever you choose to do on your trip to Serbia, we can promise you are unlikely to go bored!
NEED TO KNOW
Language: The majority of people understand English, especially in the capital Belgrade. Even if they can’t speak English, they will probably understand and try to help you. We suggest bringing a Serbian phrasebook.
Currency: Dinar ($1 = ~108.72 dinar).
Credit Cards & ATMs: Merchants in cities like Belgrade accept most major credit cards and ATMs that support both credit and debit cards can be easily found. But make sure to have enough cash on hand once you're outside the bigger or major cities.
Plugs: Type C or F, 230V / 50Hz. Bring this universal adapter.
Safety: Though Serbia is a country that is still slowly coming out from years of internal security issues, today it is definitely a safe place to travel. And as with most countries, make sure to check the latest US State Department travel advisories for your destination.
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WHEN TO VISIT SERBIA
The climate in Serbia is the Mediterranean, meaning that from March until November, you can expect beautiful weather and sun most days. If you are visiting between November and March, make sure to bring a warm winter jacket and boots.
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Driving in Serbia
Driving in Serbia is on the right hand side of the road. Renting a car is a good option if you can drive manual as it's much cheaper than renting an automatic car. We suggest using Discover Car Hire to compare the best rental agencies.