Facts for the Visitor
||Between April 1 ~ September 31 (tourist season), tourist
passes with a 30-day validity are issued at the border for 6 Euro. Outside these dates,
a visa must be obtained before arrival at a Yugoslavian Consulate. Hotels do required
||No visa required for a 90-day stay. Hotels do required police registration.
Language Skills Needed
|Many people in tourist related industries speak
English. Learning the Cyrillic Alphabet is needed to read bus destinations and
Currency & Currency Exchange
|US$ 1 = SBD 61.775 (Serbian dinar) on September 19, 2002.
Moneychangers at bus stations, train stations, and heavy pedestrian areas change
US$ and Euro into Serbian dinar. Hotels and restaurants accept payment in Euro at a slightly
worse rate than the moneychanger gives.
50Hz. Electrical outlets are for mainland European parallel round pin plugs.
|International Certificates of Vaccination are not required.
|Belgrade has 56 kbps connections
for SBD 60 per hour.
|Below European standards but clean and comfortable.
|Belgrade city buses and trams are SBD 10 for any
distance. Long-distance buses are clean, comfortable, and inexpensive. The only train
runs from Belgrade south through Sofia to Istanbul and from Belgrade north through Zagreb
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