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Serbia - Birth place of 17 Roman emperors

Whether you are an urban thrill seeker in search of vibrant city life, an enthusiast seeking for some splendid scenery or maybe a history lover on a mission to discover an exciting new culture, Serbia is packed with plenty of ideas to inspire your holiday. City centers, monasteries, mineral spas, orchard cover hills, snowy mountains, festivals for all generations and traditional cuisine are just a glimpse of what this country has to offer.

Mondays to Sundays in Serbia you can enjoy a vibrant night life for all life styles and musical tastes and for all available budgets. Visit Serbia, experience hospitality, kindness and warmth of this beautiful land and proud people that inhabit it.

Festivals and Events:

  • PRSUTIJADA - SMOKED HAM FAIR - The competition smoked ham, sausages and bacon producers.
  • FEST - BELGRADE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL - Ten days selection of the latest world and local Film production organized in several programs.
  • BELGRADE FASHION WEEK - Belgrade Fashion Week is organized twice a year (April and October)  with the most important domestic designers and fashion companies, interesting designers from abroad as well as numerous media at one place.
  • SERBIA OPEN - ATP TENNIS TOURNAMENT - The new ATP World Tour 250 and hometown tournament of World  No. 1 tennis player Novak Djokovic.
  • BLUE DANUBE FESTIVAL - Blue illuminations on the banks of Danube river form the backdrop of exciting international rally, a wide range of sporting and cultural events in the spectacular nature surroundings and a rich offer of regional cuisine.
  • EXIT FESTIVAL - The largest music festival in Southeast Europe, EXIT has been staged in Novi Sad’ Petrovaradin Fortress. The number of EXIT visitors is growing every year, with young people arriving from all over the World.
  • SHEPHERD DAYS - A festivity showcasing shepherd way of life and customs, songs and dances; girls’ beauty contests, and traditional clothes, handicraft competitions; exhibitions of paintings, field tools etc.. Visit shepherd days and try famous fruit, vegetable and honey products from Serbia.
  • DRAGAČEVO TRUMPET FESTIVAL - Competition of brass bands and vocal and instrumental groups from all parts of Serbia and abroad. It is accompanied by all-around folk sports, exhibitions of folk handicrafts and traditional cuisine specialties.

Getting Around
With a wide range of transportation, you can easily travel around the cities within Serbia.

The climate of Serbia is characterized by four distinct seasons: spring, summer, fall and winter. The summer months of June to August offer a lovely hot climate and little rain. The mountains experience heavy snowfall, and the ski season is generally from December to March.

Serbian is the official language and the main medium of communication.

What To Wear
In winter, medium weight clothing and heavy overcoat; in summer, lightweight clothing and raincoat required.

The standard voltage in Serbia is 220 volts. The power plugs used in Serbia  are of two-pin, round-shaped type. A multi-voltage adapter may be requested from most hotel front desk.

Drinking Water
It is safe to drink water from the tap in Serbia.

Smoking is prohibited in most public areas and on all public transport.

Visa And Entry Facilities
Indonesian visitors are required to obtain a Serbian visa before arrival. It is recommended to contact the Embassy of Serbia or Asvinia Team regarding visa applications and requirements before leaving your country.

Generally, banking hours are Mondays to Fridays from 0900hrs to 1700hrs.

Serbian Currency
The Serbian currency is the dinar (RSD). Dinar bills are available in denominations from RSD5,000 to RSD10. Coins are available in denomination of RSD20, RSD10, RSD5, RSD2 and RSD1.

Time zone
Central European, CET (GMT + 1 hour)