What is included in the tour price?
All the tours proposed include all the transportation, charming homestays or 2*, 3* or 4* hotels, full board, a local accompany guide throughout the tour and all the entrance fees.
How the prices are calculated?
The prices are calculated based on 15 persons and are given per person in a half double or twin room. The amount of the single supplement is not mentioned. Don't hesitate to send us a mail and it will be a pleasure to give you all the details.
Can we request a tailor made tour?
The tours proposed are some examples of what can be done in Serbia and Montenegro. We are at your entire disposal to design a tour and propose the services according to your wishes.
Do I need a visa to come to Serbia?
Citizens from EU Member States, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Macedonia can enter Serbia with only their valid identity card and can stay in Serbia for up to 90 days. To check whether you need a visa to enter and stay in Serbia, check the website of the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/consular-affairs/entry-serbia/visa-regime
When is the best time to come to Serbia?
The best time to visit Serbia is during spring and autumn particularly if you come for a cultural tour. Serbia has a continental climate with hot summers and cold winters, but for those who love that type of climate, I am sure that you will enjoy having a swim in one of our numerous lakes or go skiying in one of our mountain resort.
Is Serbia a safe country?
Serbia is generally very safe. It is ranked 31st of 162 on the list of the safest countries in the world. The people are very kind and happy to help and you shouldn't encounter any problems here!
What is the currency in Serbia?
The official currency in Serbia is the Serbian dinar. The exchange rate for 1 Euro is 117 RSD (January 2021) and is quite stable. There are many exchange offices throughout the country and you can easely pay with credit card in shops, hotels and restaurants... Many ATM's are also avalable in the main cities.
What is the voltage in Serbia?
The plugs are European standard type and the voltage is 220 V. For those who don't live in Europe, don't forget to bring an adaptor.
WiFi Internet Access and Prepaid Mobile Internet
Most hotels, cafes and other public places offer free WiFi internet access. There are three mobile operators in Serbia: VIP Mobile, Telenor and the state owned Telekom mts. They all offer SIM cards with prepaid internet, some of which are tailored specifically for tourists (lots of data, short stays). Coverage and speed are generally good throughout the country.