People in Serbia speak Serbian and use both Cyrillic and Latin alphabets for
writing. Foreign languages, are taught in the
schools, and a number of people should be able to
communicate in either
English, Russian, German or French.
In general, the weather in
mid-September is expected to be rather nice and warm, with maximum daily
temperatures in the range 20-25 ºC. However, cloudy skies and
rain, which can lower the temperature, should not be taken as a
The official and only legal currency in Serbia is
Dinar. The current exchange rate is about 118.50 dinars for 1 Euro. All
major world currencies are accepted for exchange in the banks
and in a number of the official exchange offices. Travelers cheques can
be cashed in the banks. Credit cards are widely accepted, though the
cash is still preferred means of payment in small
shops and restaurants.
The AC voltage standard in Serbia is 220 V, 50 Hz.