Republic of Serbia Tourist Traps

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Republic of Serbia Tourist Traps

  • "Reversed" tourist trap: the Belgrade...

    It's a reversed tourist trap. As humble the entire thing is.. it actually works, is safe late evening, there is an ATM and money changer with REASONABLE fees... and if you are tired there are at least two restaurants ( price example: filled pljeskavica under 2 Euro, sopska salad 1.2 Euro, scoop of ice cream 40 cent). Relax, it's NOT a tourist...

  • Serbian Souvenirs made in China

    Not much to say, the globalization did reach Serbia. Travel to Murano (near Venice, Italy), 73 Euro from Belgrade by train and buy genuine Italian glass - all made in China. You can travel to Pristina via Lesak and Kosovo Polje for few Euro. There you can buy genuine Albanian handcrafts - mostly made in China.Better: Serbia is a good place to buy...

  • Serbian Train Tickets: never buy outside...

    Inafamous tourist trap. It is not about buying in Serbia but about NOT buying in Serbia.Never buy a train ticket involving Serbian Rail outside of Serbia. Possible exception: all Balkan countries, Croatia, Hungary, Russia.The Unform Balkan Tariff, the Serbian-Croatian agreement as well as bi-lateral Hungarian and Ukrianian/Russian agreements can...

  • Major Tourist Trap Alert: Balkan...

    This is not a tourist trap of Serbia, but rather a tourist trap many travellers fall into as they travel to Serbia. The fact: Balkan Flexipass costs much less in Serbia than in the US. Do not buy Balkan Flexipass in United States or anywhere overseas. Return your overseas-bought Balkan Flexipass to the agency which issued it if you are still in...

  • The alphabet

    In distinction from the most of other languages in the World, our language is based on the rule “write as you speak, speak as it’s written”. The Serbian Cyrillic alphabet has 30 letters - one letter for every sound, which makes it quite unique compared to the other alphabets.There are no two, three or, even, four letters for an one sound like in...

  • Visiting religious places

    Dress conservatively if you are visiting monasteries, at least wear long trousers or longer skirt. If not, maybe you will not enter, even, in the yard of it.

  • Don't use the Exchange Office of BUS...

    BELGRADE - If you don't speak Serbian and you are using the Exchange Office of BUS Station for exchange money, probably you are being robbed by the man of this Counter...I was robbed when was there for exchanging Euros for Dinars, and the man give me a note less. I didn't verify immediately the money as I had people behind me, but some seconds...

  • Exchange the serbian money before...

    The notes from Serbia Montenegro can NOT be exchanged in any other place. So, you must convert in Euros again, all the serbian money you have, before leaving the country.

  • Pay tolls

    If you are arriving to Serbia from Croatia or Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia change your money immediately on the border. You can pay high way on the pay tolls in foreign currencies but commission is 20%!!!!!!!No credit cards.

  • International phone calls prefix

    Serbia and Montenegro still use the old international phone call prefix 99 instead of 00.If you are calling from mobile phone just dial “+” .

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Republic of Serbia Hotels

  • Continental Hotel Beograd

    Continental (former Intercontinental) Hotel Beograd (Belgrade), Serbia Vladimira Popovica 10 Phone...

  • Prezident Hotel

    I would recommend the hotel for business purposes as it has a nice training room surrounded with...

  • Swiss Diamond Hotel Prishtina

    Nene Tereze, Pristina 10 000, Kosovo

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Hotel Zelengora

    Hotel Zelengora is the hotel with the longest tradition in Kragujevac. It was built by benefactor...

  • Oltas Pension

    One Monday evening in May 2011 we arrived at around 18:30 h in Prizren after a long bus trip from...

  • Hotel Villa Breg

    It's amazing! New hotel- includes a huge pool outside with an amazing view. Many rooms that also...

  • Luxotel

    Laze Lazarevica 6, Zrenjanin 23000, Serbia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Hotel Breza

    It is an OK hotel, nothing to knock you of your feet, but OK. Big rooms, good food... If you are...

  • Srbija Tis Hotel

    Nikole Pasica bb, Zajecar, 19000, Serbia

    Satisfaction: Terrible

    Good for: Solo

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