Kiri and


Republic of Serbia

We travelled 391 miles in Republic of Serbia over 19 days between 18 November 2013 and 06 December 2013. It was mainly icy (9 days) whilst we were there

Key places where we stopped

Blog posts

Back to school (December 8, 2013)

Ruma has it (November 30, 2013)

To toll or not to toll… (November 24, 2013)

Balkans out of season in a motorhome (November 20, 2013)

The following information was last updated on July 21, 2014 and therefore may now be out of date. Please consume with a pinch of salt!

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Personal comments:

What a great country, full of awesome people. We spent time in Ruma and Opovo (near Belgrade), then a night down south on the way towards Greece. Serbia's so lovely!

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EU Member:


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Serbian dinar

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1 - један (jedan)
2 - два (dva)
3 - три (tri)
4 - четири (četiri)
5 - пет (pet)
6 - шест (šest)
7 - седам (sedam)
8 - осам (osam)
9 - девет (devet)
10 - десет (deset)

Useful words / phrases:

Hello - Здраво (Zdravo)
Goodbye - Довиђења (Doviđenja)
Yes - Да ( da )
No - Не ( ne )
Please - Mолим (Molim)
Thank you - Xвала (Hvala)
Sorry - Извините (Izvinite)
I don't understand - Не разумем (Ne razumem)
How much does it cost? - Колико ово кошта? (Koliko ovo košta?)
Where is the toilet? - Где је тоалет (Gde je toalet)
Petrol - бензин (benzin)

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Vignette / toll requirements:

Most motorways are toll roads

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Vehicle laws:

Speed limit is 120 kph on motorways, 100 kph on dual carriageways, 80 kph on main roads, 50 kph in built up areas and 30 kph near schools

Dipped headlights during the day are compulsory

First aid kit, warning triangle, snow chains, reflective jacket, spare wheel and tow rope / tow bar (minimum of 3 metres) must be carried

It is illegal for someone visibly under the influence of alcohol to sit in the front of a moving vehicle, even as a passenger

If you're in an accident with a Serbian-registered vehicle, a European Accident claim form must be filled in

Give way to vehicles entering roundabouts

Horns aren't allowed to be used in built up areas or at night

You mustn't overtake a bus if it's loading or unloading passengers

An International Driving Permit is required

Winter tyres are compulsory between 1 November and 1 April

Make sure you get your passport stamped on the way into the country

It is necessary to register with the local police within 24 hours of arriving in the country

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Wild camping rules:

Not known