Serbia Information

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Serbia’s official name:

The Republic of Serbia. It contains two autonomous provinces: Vojvodina and Kosovo and Metohija.

Serbia Position:

Serbia is located in the central part of Balkan Peninsula in the southeastern part of Europe.

Population of Serbia:

In Serbia live about 10 million people. The majority of the population are Serbs (66 percent), and numerous other immigrants living in Serbia from 37 nationalities also live in Serbia are Albanians (17 percent), Hungarians (3.5 percent), followed by Romanians , Croats, Bulgarians and others. All citizens have equal rights and responsibilities and enjoy equal national of Serbia.

Serbian Language:

Serbia’s official language is Serbian and official alphabets are both the Cyrillic and Latin alphabet. In areas inhabited by minority nationalities, languages and alphabets of the minorities are in official use, as by law.

Weather in Serbia:


The area of Serbia:

  • The Republic of Serbia: 88.361 sq km
  • Central Serbia: 55.968 sq km
  • Vojvodina: 21.506 sq km
  • Kosovo and Metohija: 10.887 sq km

Climate of Serbia:

The climate in Serbia is temperate continental, with a gradual transition between the four seasons. Serbia’s summers are warm, with temperatures up to 35 ° C and winters are cold and snowy Serbia, with the temperature – 10 ° C to 10 ° C).

Capital of Serbia:

The capital of Serbia is Belgrade (Beograd original name, White City), with a population of 1.6 million. Belgrade is the administrative, economic and cultural life of Serbia.

Religion of Serbia:

The main religion in Serbia is Christian Orthodox, but there are also other religious communities: Muslim, Roman Catholic, Protestant, Jewish and others in Serbia.

Currency of Serbia:

The currency is the Dinar (CSD) – 1 Dinar = 100 Para
Banknotes: 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 1000 and 5000 dinars
Coins: 50 Para, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 dinars

Holidays  in Serbia:


New Year – 1 and 2 January
Orthodox Christmas – January 7
Structure of the State Day of the Republic of Serbia – February 15
International Labour Day – 1 and May 2
Orthodox Easter – from Good Friday until the second day of Passover.
During vacation employees only stores and institutions on duty are open. In Serbia the believers are entitled to not work during religious holidays, depending on their religion.

Valentine of the Sava – January 27 – Day of Spirituality
Victoria Day – May 9
Vidovdan – St. Vitus Day – June 28

Serbia Credit Cards:

International credit cards Visa, Master Card and American Express are accepted in Serbia in most stores Serbia, Serbia airlines, hotels and restaurants in Serbia.

Shops Serbia:

Food shops are open daily from 06.00 am to 09.00 pm including Saturdays, while Sundays Serbia shops are open from 08.00 am to 02.00 pm. In every city in Serbia and Serbian people, shops are open 24 hours a day. Markets are open every day from 06.00 am to 05.00 pm.

Energy supply in Serbia:

220 V, 50 Hz

Important phone numbers in Serbia:

  • Police: 92
  • Fire Service: 93
  • Medical emergency: 94
  • Holidays in Serbia:

Banks and post office in Serbia

During weekdays, banks and post office in Serbia are open from 08.00 am to 07.00 pm.

On Saturdays, banks and post of Serbia are open from 08.00 am to 03.00 pm.

In Belgrade and other larger cities of Serbia, some banks and post office are open on Sundays.

Medical care in Serbia:

There is care in hospitals and clinics around the clock in Serbia.Serbia pharmacies are open from 08.00 am to 08.00 pm weekdays and on Saturdays from 08.00 am to 03.00 pm In Belgrade and larger cities there are pharmacies on duty.

Area codes in Serbia:

The code for Serbia is 381; for Belgrade (0) 11, Novi Sad (0) 21, Nis (0) 18 etc.

For international calls from Serbia mark 99 the required country code for the city code.

Accommodation facilities in Serbia:

267 Hotels in Serbia, Serbia 96 motels, 306 vacation complexes, mountains and other holiday accommodation in Serbia. Total number of beds in Serbia is 87,325 (35,458 hotels in Serbia).

Visas to enter Serbia:

Citizens of the following countries do not have to obtain visas to enter Serbia, but must provide valid passport:

Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Belarus, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece , Hungary, Holy See (Vatican), Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Israel, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Korea, Romania, San Marino, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Tunisia, the United States of America.

Embassy of Serbia in the main Spanish-speaking country:

Serbian Embassy in Argentina, Buenos Aires:

  • Office: Embassy
  • Street: Marcelo Alvear 1705
  • City: Buenos Aires
  • Province / State: Buenos Aires
  • Country: Argentina
  • Phone / s: (54-114) 8129133, 8133455, 8133456
  • Fax: (54-11) 48121070

Embassy of Serbia in Cuba, Havana:

  • Office: Embassy
  • Street: Calle 42, No.115, between 1st and 3rd
  • City: Miramar
  • Province / State: havana
  • Country: Cuba
  • Phone / s: (53-7) 2042982, 2042488, 2042607
  • Fax: (53-7) 2042982

Embassy of Serbia in Spain, Madrid:

  • Office: Embassy
  • Street: Calle de Velasquez 162
  • City: Madrid
  • Province / State: Madrid
  • Country: Spain
  • Phone / s: (34-91) 5635045, 5635046, 5642250, 5626040
  • Fax: (34-91) 5630440

Serbia Embassy in Mexico:

  • Office: Embassy
  • Street: Rockies Ote. No. 515, (Lomas de Chapultepec), Delegación Miguel Hidalgo
  • City: Mexico City
  • Province / State: Mexico City
  • Country: Mexico
  • Phone / s: (52-55) 55205091, 55200524, 55202523
  • Fax: (52-55) 55209927

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