Found in the southeast region of the Balkan Peninsula, Serbia has recovered from a troublesome past to become one of Europe's most entertaining destinations.
Blessed with countless museums and galleries, our Serbia tours give travellers a glimpse into yesteryear. Serbia is also home to a wide range of acclaimed restaurants and cafes and is home to one of Europe's best nightlife scenes.
Our Serbia tours take you to some of its most popular attractions, such as its capital city of Belgrade located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, the Church of Saint Sava - one of the largest Orthodox churches on the planet.
Do you want to know more about Serbia tours and its beauty? Or do you need accurate visa information?
Contact the Serbia tourism board for more information.
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Serbia is a safe country for tourists to visit, and the most common concern is pickpockets.
The currency used in Serbia is the Serbian dinar (RSD), which is divided into 100 paras.
The best time of the year to visit Serbia is during spring (April), as the temperatures are mild and pleasant.
Tipping is not obligatory in Serbia, but if you are happy with your service then leave a 10-15% tip.
The tap water is safe for drinking in Serbia, and bottled water is also sold everywhere.
The cost of a meal can Serbia vary, but you're looking at spending around $8 per day on average. If you're heading out to a restaurant, the average meal price is between $3 - $4.
Yes, most Serbian's speak English. You could get through an entire trip not knowing any Serbian, but we do suggest learning a few words and phrases before your trip, it's a great way to connect with the locals.
Yes, you do. The CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccinations for Serbia: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia and influenza.
If you are travelling to Serbia with us, we'll take you to all of its top attractions.
Here is a checklist of places you should see in Serbia:
One or two days in Serbia is ample time, but it's often best coupled with a complete Balkans tour. Have a look at some of our Balkan tour options above.
My experience with Encounters was excellent from start to finish. The Tour Guide, Sheriff, was the most passionate, enthusiastic and professional guide I have ever had on a tour and his love for Egypt really made me enjoy my time so much more.
I was cautious about arriving in Egypt given the current circumstances about the country, but felt safer that I did living in London as soon as I arrived. All of the Encounters staff are very professional.
I liked the fact we were met at the airport and helped thru customs and getting a visa and then upon leaving taken to where we needed to go. Its always tough to figure out where everything is in a foreign airport when you do not travel much
Everything was great. Our guide was very knowledgeable and liked that we were interested in what he was telling us. We were lucky to be in a group with like minded people who also wanted to stay in places longer of which our guide accommodated. Only negative thing was the sitting train. Best to just take the flying option. Train was not bad but has no services, no alcohol, and breakfast was all carbs and an egg. Egypt really seems to like their breads and pastries....
Took care of every single detail from prior to our arrival in Cario until we we're dropped of at the airport a week later.
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I thought it was very good we didn't have to worry about anything everything was in order and kept with the schedule as planned, unless we wanted to deviated from it to do somethingelse. The trip really a trip of a life time.
There was a time many years ago that I wanted to travel to Egypt and didn't because of the cost. This trip was, to me, very affordable. I think everyone should experience this trip. The tour guide was alos excellent, Sherif Mohammad.
I have dealt with Anthony Horrobin on a number of occasions and it is like talking to an old friend on the phone. Anthony is super-efficient and will always go the extra mile to create the perfect trip.
Dial Code: +381
Area: 88,361 km2
Elevation: The lowest points in Serbia are the Danube and Timok Rivers at 35m (115 ft.) | The highest point in Serbia is Midzor at 2,169m (7,116 ft.)
Population: 8,762,027 (2018)
Government: Republic, Parliamentary republic
Serbia, officially the Republic of Serbia, is a country positioned at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe in the southern Pannonian Plain and the Balkans.
Hungary borders this sovereign state to the north, Bulgaria and Romania to the east, Macedonia to the south, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro to the west. The capital of Serbia, Belgrade, is one of the largest and oldest cities in Europe.
The country has adhered to the policy of military neutrality since 2007. Serbia also ranks high by the Human Development Index with an upper-middle income economy. It has a dominant service sector followed by an industrial sector.
Located in the Balkan Peninsula, Serbia's terrain is characterised by hills and rivers. The Dinaric Alps extend to the west and the southwest. The largest Lake in Serbia is ?erdap Lake and the longest river that flows through Serbia is the Danube.
The climate of Serbia is affected by the landmass of Eurasia, the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Serbia's climate can be defined as warm-humid continental or humid subtropical climate. In the north of Serbia, the climate is more continental with cold winters and hot summers. In the south, summers and autumns are drier, and winters are cold.
The Constitution of Serbia describes it as a secular state with guaranteed religious freedom. The Serbian Orthodox Church is the largest and most traditional church in the country. The official language of Serbia is Serbian and is the only European language with active digraphia.
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