Knowing what prices are in Serbia, you can roughly calculate and estimate the travel budget. Next, I will tell you about Serbian prices in various sectors of the economy, which will definitely be useful for travelers to plan their holidays.
From the article you will learn about the price level in Serbia for:
All prices will be indicated in Euro, in Dinars (Serbian currency) and in Russian. Rubles. And they are relevant as of 2021.
Purpose of the article: to form the reader's idea of the price level in the Republic of Serbia for a tourist. For those who are going here for permanent residence, many items of expenditure will be much cheaper.
Prices for alcohol and cigarettes in Serbia
We recommend trying fruit wines, bermet and vranats. These are national Serbian drinks. Pelinkovats, as for me pectusin from childhood, I don't like that :). Rakia is the same moonshine. The beer is not tasty and watery. In general, alcohol in Serbia is affordable.
NameEuroDinarRoss. Rub Fruit wines (blackberry, cherry, currant) 4-5%, per bottle 4-6480-720 365-550 Serbian wines (Vranac and others) 11-12%, per bottle 5-12600-1440 460-1100 Bermet, 16-18% (Serbian port) , per bottle 8-15960-1800 730-1380 Pelinkovac, 28% (Serbian herbal liqueur) 5600460 Rakia, 40% (Plum, grape, etc.), per bottle 0. L 3-5360-600 270-460 Local Jelen beer or analogs, 0. L 0 , 78565Beer imported Czech, German, 0. 3l0,910883Cigarettes, per pack2,5300230
If in our country there are shavermeats, hot dogs, McDonald's and other fast foods at every step, then in Serbia there are Pekars and Sausages, in our opinion, Bakery and Sandwich shops, at every step. Some bake the freshest and most delicious pastries, while the latter prepare national Serbian takeaway dishes instead of the usual hamburgers. I advise you to try everything.
Serbia is still difficult to call a "promoted" destination, but in one of the types of tourism it will easily give odds to many countries. We are talking about health tours: local resorts are rightfully considered one of the best in Europe in terms of the number and combination of therapeutic factors. At the same time, they have quite modern equipment and set extremely moderate prices for their services by "average European" standards. Other advantages of tourist Serbia: good nature, mild climate, ample opportunities for hunting and fishing and a good historical "excursion".
Modestly peering over the shoulder of its more popular ski neighbors in Europe, winter Serbia lures the current discerning tourist with low prices, a close flight and a Slavic soul. The condition of the slopes cannot be determined unambiguously - rather, the optimistic phrase “he will try” comes to mind. And the country is really trying with might and main: new tracks appear every year, as well as "adult chips" like night skiing. Another plus is the extremely affordable ski schools with Russian-speaking instructors.
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The capital of Serbia is Belgrade, which has survived many wars, but has retained its hospitality and vitality. The city, whose walls still keep traces of fresh bullets, today blooms and pleases tourists with ancient sights and a cozy atmosphere. The most interesting - in the districts of Stari Grad and Zemun: here are the Belgrade Fortress, streets with colorful restaurants and equipped beaches. Most of the hotels are located in the Novi Beograd area with modern buildings.
The second largest after the capital is Novi Sad, founded in the 17th century, almost completely destroyed by the revolution, and then rebuilt. Its main treasures are numerous museums and galleries, temples of all denominations, the Hungarian fortress Petrovaradin and the ancient Dundjer castle in the vicinity.
Nis is the birthplace of Emperor Constantine, the founder of the legendary Constantinople. His residence Mediana still impresses with its scope and luxury.
Another large Serbian city is Subotica, the heart of which is the pedestrian street Korzo with neo-Gothic and modernist buildings. First-class restaurants - on the street. Corvina, noteworthy souvenirs - in a shop at the City Museum and at the Bouvlyak flea market.
Serbia is famous for its balneological centers: in Vrnjacka Banja they treat diabetes and digestive disorders, in Niska Banja - the heart, in Soko Banya - the lungs. Banja Koviljaca is famous for its healing baths, Zlatibor has a unique microclimate, and Buyanovachka Banya is in the top of the best European resorts. There is also a ski center in the country - Kopaonik with 60 km of modern slopes. Full information about the cities of Serbia - on our page.
Everyone needs walks in nature, they need to breathe clean air, feel energized and relax among the lush greenery of century-old forests. Food and drink in Serbia has retained its natural taste and freshness. You can drink water from mountain streams or eat a fruit just plucked from a tree.
However, if you are looking for a more active holiday, we suggest you go sailing or rowing, and as for rest on land, we suggest cycling or skiing. Along with river cruises on cruise ships, you are also encouraged to sail on your own on the calm rivers and lakes of Serbia, or take part in one of the many regattas.
Sailing and rowing
The Danube is the most popular river in the world when it comes to river cruises. Travel along the Danube is carried out in the daytime, in the evening ships dock in the ports of Novi Sad or Belgrade, where additional services are organized for tourists traveling on large river liners (bus sightseeing tour, acquaintance with cultural and historical sights, etc.).
The Danube is the longest river in the European Union. The length of its channel on the territory of Serbia is 588 km, from the settlement of Bezdan on the border of Serbia with Hungary to the Timok River at the junction of Serbia's borders with Romania and Bulgaria. The Danube section located in Serbia can be divided into three main parts:
If you have a few minutes between business in Serbia or neighboring European countries, do not hesitate - go on a wine tour to Serbia. You (or your company) will be accompanied by our licensed Russian-speaking guide who will help you overcome language barriers and ensure your comfortable pastime. And gourmets are simply obliged to visit such sights of Serbia to learn the taste of wine from white sand, taste plum or quince brandy, taste local special beer. Contact us - we guarantee that you will be satisfied!
Unusual taste of local wines is ensured by the favorable location of the country. Most of the territory is located on sands formed on the site where the Pannonian Sea raged in prehistoric times. This is why Serbian wines are most often called "Wines from the (white) sands". Sandy soil, high-quality varieties of vines, a moderate climate for fruiting - all these factors make it possible to make very tasty wines.
Winemaking in Serbia has been flourishing for over two millennia. A special tradition of winemaking has been preserved in the Subotica-Khorgosh region. A little later, winemakers appeared in the Backa region, where wine production was established at a time when European vineyards were massively affected by the invasion of the North American phylloxera. Three more wineries have opened in Chok, Palich and Pearl Island (in the area not far from the city of Novi Becei). These regions are still the main ones in the wine industry in the region.
And the Choki winery has already become a real monument of high wine culture, of which there are not so many in the whole world. The wine cellar at the factory is furnished in a very traditional way - there are seven cold corridors in which containers with wine are located. In total, it can hold about 330 isometric wagons of wine. It is stored in oak barrels (130 in total) with a capacity of 1.5 to 11 cubic meters and concrete containers lined with glass with a capacity of 33 to 67 cubic meters.
The largest wine storage capacity has traditionally been overgrown with its own history. It is about the size of a small room, so the eccentric Count Lederer, who founded the winery, initially threw parties in it.
The Palich Wine Cellar was founded on the site where an agricultural school was built in 1896. Later, a castle with wine cellars appeared nearby. Wine produced in good tradition from vines grown on the Subotic-Horgosh sands was exported to London, Budapest and other European markets.
24 hectares of land have been allocated for vineyards in the Subotic-Horgosh Sands. Vineyards surrounded the villages of Subotica and Kanizha. Traditional grape varieties, known since ancient times, are grown here. Previously, Kadarka grew everywhere, which was gradually replaced by the Kevidinka variety, and Crocan nutmeg grows not far from Novi Becha. The new vineyards are mainly Riesling and Chardonnay, Muscat, Semillon, Merlot, Cabrenet, Frankovka, Zhuplyanka and Burgundy. Thanks to high-quality varieties, favorable climate and soil, excellent grapes grow, which are used to prepare wines that are harmonious in taste, delicate in bouquet and easy to drink.
The main wineries located in the Subotica-Horgosh region are the WOW Winery and the Choka Winery, producing well-known European drinks: Serbian Muscat Ottonel, Merlot, Zhdrepcheva Krv, as well as various types of pino (noir, gris, blanc).
To go down to the wine cellars of famous winemakers, prior arrangement is required. When visiting, you can chat with the wine knights of the "Arena Sabatkienze" order. They will demonstrate the culture of wine drinking and special clothing, tell about old customs, and reproduce rituals. To be accepted into this knightly order, the applicant must demonstrate a knowledge of wine.
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