Serbia is at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe


Capital city: Belgrade, population more than 1,600,000

Area: 88,509 km2

Climate: moderate continental

Population(excluding Kosovo and Metohija): more than 7,000,000, 83% Serbs

Water from public mains: Safe to drink

Time Zone: Belgrade and Serbia are located in the Central European time zone region: GMT +1

Language: People in Serbia speak Serbian and use both Cyrillic and Latin alphabets for writing. Foreign languages, especially English, are taught in the schools, and many people should be able to communicate in English, but also in Russian,German or French.

Currency: The official and only legal currency in Serbia is Dinar, abbreviated RSD. Banknotes are issued in denominations of 10/20/50/100/200/500/1000/2000/5000, coins have valid 1/2/5/10/20 RSD. All major world currencies (in cash)are accepted for exchange in banks and in a number of authorized exchange offices. Middle exchange rate (January 2017) is approx. 1 EUR = 124 RSD. The current exchange rate may be checked on the website of the National Bank of Serbia.
Travelers checks are acceptable for cashing in the banks, and credit cards are getting widely accepted as well. Yet, the cash is still preferred for usual payments in some shops, restaurants, etc.

Electricity: The AC electricity voltage in Belgrade (and in Serbia) is 220V. Electrical outlets are standard European.
Important Telephone Numbers (dial first +381-11): Police – 192; Fire-fighters – 193; Ambulance – 194; AMSS road assistance – 1987

Public transportation: Belgrade city public transport is provided through a network of bus, trolleybus and tram routes run by GSP "Beograd" and bus services operated by private bus companies.
Single tickets can be bought in public transport vehicles, from the driver, and cost 150 RSD (or approx. 1.2 Euros).

Taxi: Taxi services in Belgrade are provided by cars of varying colors, but they must all carry a city taxi sign on the roof as well as the designation of their taxi company (licence plates of taxi vehicles ends with letters TX).
The passenger is only required to pay for taxi services according to the current price list and to the amount indicated by the taxi meter at the end of the route. Negotiating a price for taxi services, where the taxi meter is not switched on, is not recommended, especially at the airport.

It does not take long for foreign visitors to Serbia to discover the hospitality, kindness, openness and warmth of the country’s residents.
Serbs enjoy rich and flavoursome food and normally have three meals a day, with lunch being the largest.
Belgrade is the capital of the Republic of Serbia and is, as such, the country's largest city with a population of about 1.8 million people. It lies on the confluence of the two major European rivers, Sava and Danube. The city has a long history, dating back to the 4th century BC, when the area was settled by Celtic tribes. Later on, it became the Roman city of Singidunum, and relics of that era can still be seen in the city, particularly at Kalemegdan Fortress.
Outspoken, adventurous, proud and audacious: Belgrade (Београд) is by no means a 'pretty' capital, but its gritty exuberance makes it one of the most happening cities in Europe. While it hurtles towards a brighter future, its chaotic past unfolds before your eyes: socialist blocks are squeezed between art nouveau masterpieces, and remnants of the Habsburg legacy contrast with Ottoman relics.
It's here where the Sava River meets the Danube, contemplative parkland nudges hectic urban sprawl, and old-world culture gives way to new-world nightlife.
Grandiose coffee houses and smoky dives all find rightful place along Knez Mihailova, a lively pedestrian boulevard flanked by historical buildings all the way to the ancient Kalemegdan Citadel, crown of the city. The old riverside Savamala quarter has gone from ruin to resurrection, and is the city's creative headquarters. Deeper in Belgrade's bowels are museums guarding the cultural, religious and military heritage of the country.

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