Telephone code is +381 and local time is GMT + 1 hour. From end-March to end-October the time is GMT + 2 hours.

The climate is continental, with a gradual transition between the four seasons.

The official language is Serbian and the official script is Cyrillic but Latin script is also used.

The electric current is 220-240 Volts, frequency is 50 Hz, with C and F type plugs of two round pins. For our guests, we can provide a voltage adapter and all types of power plug converters.

Sampling the authentic cuisine for many visitors will be a great experience. Serbian cuisine is amazing.

In the picture below, Canadian dollars are on the left and Serbian dinars are on the right side. Who copied who ???

The official currency is called dinar (RSD). Paper banknotes are: 5000, 2000, 1000, 500, 200, 100, 50, 20, 10 dinars. Coins: 20, 5, 2 and 1 dinar. Currency exchange is provided by all the banks and great number of exchange offices. Exchange offices have the sign “ Menjacnica | Exchange ”.

Organic food production has a long standing tradition, especially in fruit and vegetable production. This is a country with one of the lowest rates of pesticides utilization in Europe. In Serbia, 420 plant species are officially registered as Medicinal and aromatic plants.

National Holidays are: New Year (1st-2nd January), Orthodox Christmas (7th January), Constitution Day (15th February), Labour Day (1st-2nd May), Orthodox Easter (from Good Friday till second day of Easter). Orthodox Easter and Christmas are celebrated according to the old, Julian Calendar. On national holidays only certain shops and offices are open.

Driving conditions vary on the numerous roads. In rural areas, tractors can be seen sharing the road with luxury sedans and SUVs. Read before you come about driving in Serbia.

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