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Explore Serbia


Custom Tour
  • Optional
On Request
  • Insurance
  • Two Way
  • Hotel
  • Transfer
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Visa
  • PCR Test
from AED
per person on twin sharing
  • below 2 years:AED 699.00
  • child 2-5 years:AED 2455.00
  • child 6-11 years:AED 2299.00
  • Single occupancy: AED 2699.00
Cancellation Options Available


Ans: The top attractions to visit in Belgrade are: The Belgrade Fortress , Knez Mihailova , Kalemegdan Park and Belgrade Fortress , Ada Ciganlija and Skadarlija.

Ans: Belgrade is one of the least expensive capitals in Europe. You can have dinner with drinks for about 6 - 10 Euro in a basic restaurant. Beer in a normal bar will cost you 1,50 Euro for half a liter and a taxi ride in the center will be no more than 6 Euro.

Ans: Most young people in Belgrade speak relatively good English. The older generations normally know some German, sometimes Russian and French. Most young people in Belgrade speaks relatively good English.

Ans: The best time to visit Belgrade is generally from March to May and then September to October, avoiding the heat of June, July and August.

Ans: The official currency of Serbia is the Dinar. Credit cards are accepted in most hotels and shops, and nearly all ATMs accept international bank cards. Currency exchange in Belgrade (including at Belgrade Airport) accepts Sterling, US Dollars and Euros.