Weather at the moment
Weather all year round
The weather in Serbia depends on two types of climate: In the northern and eastern plains, the climate is continental, with cold winters and very hot summers. In the centre of the country, in the mountainous massifs, a semi-continental climate prevails, with a milder summer and above all a resplendent autumn. And in all cases, rainfall remains below the French averages. Temperatures in Serbia range from 0°C in winter to 22/23°C in July-August
In Serbia, people pay in Serbian dinar (RSD). Serbia remains a very economic destination for a majority of Europeans. Everything is much cheaper on a daily basis: restaurants, bars and transport. However, hotels, as long as a good level of services is desired, are close to French rates, particularly in Belgrade. On the cultural side, everything is fine: whether it is museums, cinemas, theatres or concerts, going out is very affordable in Serbia.
A valid passport or national identity card is required to travel to Serbia. Since 2003, there has been no longer any need for a tourist visa for the French, Belgians or Swiss. However, the Boravak, white cardboard issued by hotels, should be kept as it may be requested. Also, if you live with private individuals, they must officially register you with the police within 48 hours in Serbia.
There are quite a few pharmacies (apoteka) in Serbia and their density is even higher in Belgrade than in a large French city. In case of ongoing medical treatment, take a personal stock as it is not certain that your medicine exists in Serbia under the same name. No particular health risk here, no compulsory vaccination to enter Serbia therefore. If the water is drinkable in Serbia, mineral water bottles are preferred, especially in the city.