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Serbia (Srbija) is yet to come within most tourists’ comfort zone, but having got rid of Slobodan
Milošević and become a democracy, the nation is now knocking on the doors of Europe, and in
the meantime is a safe and welcoming place to visit. The most exciting spot is undoubtedly its
capital, Belgrade, a gritty, energetic city. Cultural buffs can revel in its architecture and museums,
foodies in its restaurants, while party animals will get no rest exploring its incessant nightlife.
Vojvodina’s flat plains and the tranquil Fruška Gora monasteries provide an effective antidote
to urban chaos, while Novi Sad is home to the world-famous Exit music festival. Serbia’s proud
and traditional south is a land of lush rolling hills and wooded valleys brushing up against
rugged mountains. The medieval monasteries of Manasija, Sopoćani and Studenica remain
the keepers of Serbian faith and Byzantine art, while the mountains of Zlatibor and Kopaonik
provide snow fun in winter and glorious hiking in summer. Mosques mix with monasteries
in Novi Pazar, where life in the Turkish quarter continues much as it did a century ago when
the Turks were still in power.
A few kilometres south lies Kosovo, a disputed land riven by different interpretations of history.
For Serbs it is the cradle of their nationhood, for Kosovo Albanians it is their future independence. The UN still recognises Kosovo as part of Serbia until current talks decide its future.

FAST FACTS
„ Area 102,350 sq km
„ Capital Serbia – Belgrade; Kosovo – Prishtina
„ Currency Serbia – dinar (din): €1 = 88din; US$1 = 63din; UK£1 = 117din; A$1 = 47din;

¥100 = 58din; NZ$1 = 43din; Kosovo – euro: US$1 = €0.79; UK£1 = €1.47; A$1 = €0.59;
¥100 = €0.67; NZ$1 = €0.50
„ Famous for Basketball players, Slobodan

Milošević
„ Official Language Serbia – Serbian; Kosovo –

Albanian
„ Phrases Serbian – zdravo (hello), hvala

(thanks), da (yes), ne (no), govorite li engleski?
(do you speak English?); Albanian – allo (hello),
ju falem nderit (thanks), po (yes), jo (no), a flisni
Anglisht? (do you speak English?)
„ Population 7.5 million, excluding Kosovo

(estimate 1.9 million)
„ Telephone Codes

%381 international access

code %99
„ Visas not required by most visitors, see p778

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„ Litre of petrol Serbia/Kosovo

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„ Souvenir T-shirt Serbia 1000din
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© Lonely Planet Publications
Serbia (Srbija) is yet to come within most tourists’ comfort zone, but having got rid of Slobodan
Milošević and become a democracy, the nation is now knocking on the doors of Europe, and in
the meantime is a safe and welcoming place to visit. The most exciting spot is undoubtedly its
capital, Belgrade, a gritty, energetic city. Cultural buffs can revel in its architecture and museums,
foodies in its restaurants, while party animals will get no rest exploring its incessant nightlife.
Vojvodina’s flat plains and the tranquil Fruška Gora monasteries provide an effective antidote
to urban chaos, while Novi Sad is home to the world-famous Exit music festival. Serbia’s proud
and traditional south is a land of lush rolling hills and wooded valleys brushing up against
rugged mountains. The medieval monasteries of Manasija, Sopoćani and Studenica remain
the keepers of Serbian faith and Byzantine art, while the mountains of Zlatibor and Kopaonik
provide snow fun in winter and glorious hiking in summer. Mosques mix with monasteries
in Novi Pazar, where life in the Turkish quarter continues much as it did a century ago when
the Turks were still in power.
A few kilometres south lies Kosovo, a disputed land riven by different interpretations of history.
For Serbs it is the cradle of their nationhood, for Kosovo Albanians it is their future independ-
ence. The UN still recognises Kosovo as part of Serbia until current talks decide its future.
Serbia
Србија
FAST FACTS
Area 102,350 sq km
Capital Serbia – Belgrade; Kosovo – Prishtina
Currency Serbia – dinar (din): €1 = 88din; US$1 = 63din; UK£1 = 117din; A$1 = 47din;
¥100 = 58din; NZ$1 = 43din; Kosovo – euro: US$1 = €0.79; UK£1 = €1.47; A$1 = €0.59;
¥100 = €0.67; NZ$1 = €0.50
Famous for Basketball players, Slobodan
Milošević
Official Language Serbia – Serbian; Kosovo –
Albanian
Phrases Serbian – zdravo (hello), hvala
(thanks), da (yes), ne (no), govorite li engleski?
(do you speak English?); Albanian – allo (hello),
ju falem nderit (thanks), po (yes), jo (no), a flisni
Anglisht? (do you speak English?)
Population 7.5 million, excluding Kosovo
(estimate 1.9 million)
Telephone Codes
%
381 international access
code
%
99
Visas not required by most visitors, see p778
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