TheJakartaPost - Disabled Serbian waiters fight discrimination with free drinks and good service
B92 - Serbia and France to be connected by new flight routes
ekapija - Tastes of France in Serbia – Gastronomic specialties from Provence in Belgrade restaurants from March 21
UEFA Euro Qualifiers - Serbia vs. Portugal - March 25, 2019
exyuaviation - Belgrade Airport to host night-time runway race
Food Tip: If you're in Belgrade and looking for street food, try ordering 'burek'' or 'pljeskavica'. Burek is a type of flaky dough pastry that is usually filled with either minced meat, cheese or various fruits and is served hot. If you're up for a real burger, try a pljeskavica! Similar to a regular burger but usually a blend of meats like pork, lamb and beef. The patty itself is always very big and traditionally topped with Serbian Ajvar and Kajmak.
Petition for American Serbs: Stop the Persecution of Serbian Christians in Kosovo and Metohija
Travel Tip: Make sure to verify that you only use a registered taxi company while in Belgrade! Some "independent" drivers have increased rates that can be 5 times higher than normal. Try Pink or Naxis. Remember, you can go quite far for about $12,000 dinars (approx: $10.00 EUR). Or get your hotel to call.
“To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.” - Aldous Huxley
CORD - International Car Show in Belgrade 22-31 March: Mercedes-Benz one of the biggest exhibitors
Express.co.uk - Novak Djokovic reveals the truth behind Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal friendship
WHAT KIND OF CURRENCY DO THEY USE IN SERBIA?
- Although in line with most EU standards, Serbia uses the Dinar (RSD). Average cost for a pint of premium beer in Belgrade is 150 dinars. That's 1.25 EUR or 1.40 US (approx)! Your dollars will go much farther in Serbia.
IS IT SAFE TO TRAVEL TO SERBIA?
- YES! Like most European destinations, Serbia is a safe country with visitors remarking on how friendly the people are.
IS THE COUNTRY "WAR-TORN"?
- No. But there is definitely fatigue from hearing about it. All photos on this site have been taken in 2014 to present. Have a look for yourself or better yet, just visit Belgrade!
Stillinbelgrade.com - I Have A Thing (Or Two) For Belgrade
On July 28 1918, President Woodrow Wilson of The United States of America raised the Serbian flag over the White House and all public buildings across the U.S.A. in recognition and support of Serbia at the end of World War One.
The Belgrade Theatre in Coventry, England acquired its name in recognition and thanks for a gift of timber from the Serbian capital city of Belgrade, that was used in the construction of the auditorium.