Things to Do in Serbia
Hi guys, I currently live in Italy and I'm moving to Serbia in August. Today I have been thinking about my time in Italy and I decided to make a list of things that I have done in Italy or that I need to do before I leave. This included things such as eat pizza and gelato, see an opera in Verona, get lost in Venice, etc. It's been interesting reminiscing about the good times and it has helped me plan out my last few weeks here. I thought it would be fun to make a list for Serbia so that when I get there I have somewhere to start (instead of leaving it until my final 2 months of living there). So if you have any ideas please add to this thread.
My first few are:
1. Try the local cuisine and wines
2. Go skiing
3. Learn basic Serbian
4. Have a Serbian friend
Here is a list of the good things about Belgrade that might inspire you:
Belgrade air pollution ?
Really fabulous information, I didn`t know Belgrade was sooo interesting and especially for foreigners. I have heard there are criminality risks but now I know better..that they are not so high.
Originally Posted by Jonathan
Just one thing i think is pity with the town and that is the level of pollution of air, especially from cars and buses, but maybe it is not so bad as i get impression of when going there by car, as i have done a couple of times ( I live 80 kms from Belgrade). Anyone with better and updated information on that aspect maybe?
The referred article`s reflection on the beauty of serbian women I though find strange. As far as I know the women here are also soulful beings...and being beautiful and attractive and soulful and so sexy in its best sense doesn´t imply you are superficial.
I don't know that Belgrade can give us satisfaction when it comes to their place. I love night life and when I read about the article about it I became excited to it and the restaurants are also good since they cater an inexpensive food services. I am looking forward to see this place.
well...I'm an italian girl who came in serbia few months ago...and i'm just really happy and i will never regret my decision! i work, so most of the day i'm working, but night life is full of things to do, from your friends that friendly always come to your place just to chat to clubs, cinemas and restaurants always opened
people here are very friendly and kind, you won't have problems to find friends
i honestly LOVE cuisine, veeeeeeery tasty, i tried few awesome restaurants, from cheap to expensive ones, just great :P
now it's snowing so much that you could actually go skiing out in your street xD and for the language....well it's a bit difficult for us, i suggest you to take like 1month of course like I did too to have the bases, then you can go everywhere and day by day you will learn (if you need any suggestion for schools etc just ask me )
you will see, it's good to stay here, just be prepared to a different reality ^_^