University of Belgrade

UNIFood Conference
October 5-6 2018 University of Belgrade 210th Anniverrsary


210th Anniverrsary


Even though nationals of some countries (not everyone) may enter the Republic of Serbia with their ID cards only, still a recommended and a 100% secure way of entering the country is with your valid passport.

If you still prefer to use your ID card, we strongly recommend you to call your local Embassy or the Consulate of the Republic of Serbia and to make sure your nationality is legally able to do so. For more information about the general entry requirements for Serbia please visit:

The official currency of the Republic of Serbia is the dinar (RSD). In circulation there are:

  • Coins: 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 dinars
  • Notes: 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 200, 1000 and 5000 dinars

The official exchange rate for EUR according to the National Bank of Serbia is about 118 RSD for 1 EUR.

Please see the official website of the NBS for accurate information

Foreign currency can be exchanged in all banks and post offices, as well as in the many authorized exchange offices (in Serbian: „Menjačnica“).

Emergency Telephone Numbers

Police 192
Fire Department 193
Ambulance 194

The official website of the City of Belgrade:

University of Belgrade web page in English:

Tourist Organization of Belgrade:

To read more about Belgrade, its history, tourist offer, please see the Belgrade Guide In Your Pocket:

Arts and cultural scene in Belgrade (in English):