We will visiting an aunt in Stremska Mitrovica, and we will stay for 2-3 days. I read that you have to prove at border that you have enough money for your stay?
We will not stay at the hotel, we'll not need much money for 2-3 days. I traveled in other countries, but nobody asked me how much money do I have.
I read also that my aunt should declare our stay at the local police?
I read here: http://www.serbia.travel/useful-info/formalities/entry-and-stay-of-foreigners/
Thank you for any advice about this questions.
One more:) There is a bus we can take from Belgrade to Stremska Mitrovica? We'll arrive from Bucharest by train, around 11 am.
Thinking about doing family trip next april and one of the stops for about 4 days would be belgrade--kids would then be 3 yrs and 6 months. We have travelled extensively--for example my son is currently 2 and has already been to europe 3 times--so the question doesn't relate to "how to travel" with young kids, its specific to whether belgrade is kid friendly, ie parks, places to run/walk about, are there restaurants there where taking someone who might have a fit not a big deal, things of that nature. In general, we aren't really museum people, we like to walk about and soak in atmosphere, shop, look at architecture. Thanks!
I'm going to Belgrade on monday on holiday and staying for 2 weeks. Anybody wanna meet up for a cuppa coffie during my stay. I'm staying there until the 17.th
Hi everybody !
I will come in Belgrad this summer and need to buy 2 bikes, not expensive because I just need it for 3 weeks, after that I will give them in Romania.
Could somebody help me : where I can find bikes, second hand or first price in Belgrad ?
my sin and I will visit Belgrade from June 12 till 19.My son studies East European History at the university of Amsterdam. We would like to know which places might be interesting for him to visit. We are staying in hostel Captain.
The plan is to take the bus from the airport to the city. Which busstop is best for the hostel?
We saw Kafana Korcagin or something like that in a documentary. Does this cafe still exist? Are there other places you would advise us to see?
Thanks for your help.Looking forward to your answer.
Hi, I want suggestions of what to bring home. Preferably something typical of Serbia or other things of "good value for the money". Moreover it has to be small enough so that I can take it inside the plane. Possible some local art but I have no idea of what to look for.
We will be in Belgrade for a night (early May) and are looking for a restaurant that serves traditional food. We would appreciate if anyone has suggestions where we can have dinner and if they take credit cards. We don't want to change too much money for just one night, but if the prices are not very high we would pay cash.
Thank you for your help.
Please forgive me in advance for being very naïve about your country. I am considering going on a tour in July that goes through Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro, and Albania. I don’t now anyone who has been to those countries.
I don’t know much about those countries, but I am very interested in learning and embracing the cultures.
Will I need a Visa visiting those countries only for a few days?
Are tourists safe in those countries or is there still polictical unrest?
Are people pretty easy to get along with?
Is the water pretty safe to drink or will I need to drink from bottled water?
What is the weather like?
If you had a choice, would you visit those countries…or…would you visit Iceland instead???
Again, I am so sorry for being ignorant about the countries…but I can’t think of a better way of finding out without asking.
Please refer some secondhand goods buy & sell and accommodation renting websites in Serbia ? Or what is the keyword in Serbian to search Google ? thanks.
Hello, in May my colleague and I will be taking a journey across from London to Istanbul, we are planning the journey and would like to visit Serbia, travelling between Budapest and Sofia.
We are young-at-heart budget travellers, enjoying local eateries, bars and meeting the locals. We enjoy a walking tour of the city, we find history and architecture interesting and also I like to travel on a local railway journey and/or visit a railway museum.
As we're passing through other cities en-route (eg Subotica, Novy Sad or Nis) any advice on these will be appreciated please.
Hi world. Going to Belgrade soon. Can anyone tell me what the tax/duty free shopping is like at the airport and give an example of prices for Cigarettes (Marlboro, Mayfair or Superkings) and Cigars (Romeo et Julietta)?
I am an Australian born serb, coming to belgrade in February 2011 for a month holiday. While i have some small family to visit, I was hoping someone may be able to help me in identifying any clubs, bars, where tourists visit more than often, so i may bump into others also travelling.
If all goes as planned I'm moving to Belgrade next month to stay there for 6 months hopefully. I don't know that many people so I need some to go out for coffie or drinks. I know Belgrade so I don't need to be shown around town, but if you want we can do that anyway :-)
Please get in touch
How much should I expect to pay for a taxi ride from airport to the city centre?
I should be going from Belgrade to Timisoara next week, I tried to contact by email the company of minibus that does that route but they did not confirm anything to me yet. So my question is: is there a website where I can check train timetables from Belgrade to Timisoara and way back?
I tried with teh serbianrailways.com website but the timetable seems to be only in serbian.
I'll be in Belgrade starting from the 31st of August for a couple of days.
It's for business purposes, but I intend to discover the city for my own interest.
I like seeing and walking in the open air places, I like to eat and also enjoy the night life.
Is there anything you could advise? Would also appreciate to meet VT members there.
Looking forward to hear from you soon.
We have a competition to go to in Belgrade in October. Please could someone give me tips on how to travel there as cheaply as possible from London, UK and also a reasonable place to stay. Many thanks
Please help: in August a friend & I plan to rent small car in Bepgrad. We wish to drive thru: Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania, Montengro, Croatia, BiH, returning to Beograd via Guca. QUESTION: is there any legitimate car rental agency that will allow driving in all countries named? I have failed to find one.
I had a flight booked with Wizz Air to fly from London Luton into Belgrade on 21 August, it's a Saturday. Now i've received an email from Wizz Air to say the flight has been pushed back until Sunday night on the 22nd. I've tried checking several airlines since but nobody seems to want to fly into Nikola Tesla airport on a Saturday!!! I absolutely have to get to Belgrade on the Saturday. I've tried nearby airports like Osijek in Croatia (to get a train connection) but yes, it's a Sunday flight only into Osijek.
At the moment it's looking like a flight to Budapest with a 8 hour train journey to Belgrade to make it there on the Saturday.
Does anyone have any better ideas?
I'm actually flying out of Dublin first, with the change in Luton... so i have options with regard to changing my connecting airport.
I'm interested in hearing all suggestions!
Thank you all
Hey Dear all,
Arriving next Saturday noon to the city, what is your suggestions for a couple who likes walking, nice food, and normal clubs? (no crazy tecno nights!)
The Federal Association of Globe Trotters at Bulevar Despota Stefana, needs reservation? Some says that is not easy to find it, as it is without labels, into a block of houses. How can i acces it? By taxi maybe?
Also for Sunday, do you think we have to make a daily tour out the city of Belgrade?
Thanks in advance !
Kostas from Athens
Anyone going to San Francisco June/July?
Hi, does anyone know if there are buses from Beograd to Budapest?
I'm in Belgrade, can anybody help me, where I can find best house&trance 12-15 May 2010(Wed-Sat)... As far as I understand, Moskva Car, in Knez Mihaelova is the one of best cafe... Whn it comes to nitelife, I have limited info...
Thanks in advance...
I intend to start with Belgrade, then visit Cetinje & some coastal parts of Montenegro, next onto Sartajevo (BiH) before ending the trip in Zagreb.
Some research shows that the Belgrade-Sarajevo route is very scenic, but to avoid backtracking, would I miss out on nice scenery if I travelled Belgrade-Cetinje? Is there such a direct connection? What is better, coach or train?
Again, what is the Cetinje-Sarajevo route like? Scenic? Journey time please? And then Sarajevo-Zagreb?
Thank you for your help.
Was wondering if anyone can tell me the best time (month) to vist this capital please?
When would temperatures be around 27C or thereabouts?
In Jul/Aug is it mostly in the mid to late 30s??
I'll be going to Belgrade next week for 3 days for a business travel and I won't have any spare time during the day to have a sight seeing.
I just wonder if anyone had an experience like hiring a tour guide after business hours perhaps? Or anyone knows if there are companies who do such tours in evening hours?
We, 2 parents and 2 children aged 11 and 12, plan to visit friends in Gjakove (Kosovo). Until which place can we travel by train (with interrail pass). Belgrade of Pristina?
I will be visiting Serbia for the first time in May, arriving in Belgrade by plane from Norway. But I will be flying home from Budapest. As far as I can find out, tickets from Belgrade to Budapest are approx 40 euros and the journey takes about 7 hours. But where can I book traintickets? Any safe websites?
Also, where in Belgrade should I look for a hotel? What's the nicest part of the city?
My husband and I would like to fly from the U.S. to Belgrade in July/August and travel through Serbia, BiH & Croatia.
We'll have about 2 1/2 weeks and are trying to figure out the best route to see the most that we can in that time. So far I'm looking at: Belgrade for a few days - take bus to Sarajevo and spend a few days - bus to Mostar for a day - bus to Split for a few days - make our way up to Zagreb or Zadar to fly home. Any suggestions of other routes or places we should stop along the way? We love walking around historical places (cities), chatting with people, music and beer :) I'm really excited to hear brass/trumpet music in Serbia and am sad we won't be able to stay around for the Guca Festival, which looks amazing.
If anyone who has traveled to/from the region has suggestions on best time to book flights, I'd love to hear them as well. Thank you!
We are looking for a hotel in the city centre of Belgrade with a safe (paid) parking, if possible not too expensive. It's only for one night but it has to be clean. Thanks for respons in advance.