Glamorous, grungy and full of character, Serbia is Europe put in a blender, shaken and stirred. While the lush, vineyard-layered countryside and crumbling fortresses hint at the Europe of old, the fiery energy of Novi Sad’s EXIT Festival and Belgrade’s heaving nightclubs give this Eastern European mainstay a renewed spirit that defies its recent past. So for a taste of something old, something new and pretty much everything in between – why not accept Serbia’s alluring cocktail. Trust us, you won’t regret it.
Best time to visit Serbia
Generally, Serbia’s weather is quite moderate, with a mixture of Central European and Mediterranean conditions providing the potential for fine weather in all seasons. Both summer and winter are prone to occasional days of extreme weather, with occasional dry, hot days in summer and heavy snowfalls from December to April. The majority of rainfall occurs from March to April and from October to November. Despite the temperature occasionally rising above 35 degrees C in the south, cold spells are not uncommon. With this in mind, it’s a good idea to be prepared for all temperatures (regardless of the season), and pack a mixture of summer and winter clothes. For nature lovers, spring brings blossoming flowers and warm temperatures, and the countryside at its greenest during this time.
As is the case with many other European destinations, Serbia experiences the highest volume of visitors between July and August, so expect crowds around Belgrade and in Novi Sad, especially during the annual EXIT festival in July.
Serbia Food Tours
The best way to know Serbia is through food. If you won’t take our word for it, just Google ‘Serbian food’ 🙂 You’ll see some delicious stuff. But, if you don’t know the best things, the best locals and top secret food places, you won’t feel the real Serbia. That’s why you need to come to some of our Serbia Food Tours and see it for yourself.
|Languages spoken||Serbian, English, German|