Serbia, officially known as the Republic of Serbia, is one of the six republics that were part of the erstwhile Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. This country is surrounded on its north by Hungary, on its south by the Republic of Macedonia, on its east by Bulgaria and Romania, and on its west by Montenegro, Croatia, Herzegovina, and Bosnia. Belgrade, the capital of Serbia is among the most populated cities of southeastern Europe. This country is open for tourism throughout the year, and tourists from all over the world visit it, largely because of its pleasant climate.
It is also famous for its pleasant climate and the warmth of its inhabitants. The best time to visit Serbia is during the summer season. Though the senior citizens are conversant with German or French, the majority of the young generation Serbs, can speak English fluently. You can also communicate with them in the Serbian language, which is similar to Bosnian and Croatian.
Tourists should convert their currency to the RSD (Serbian Dinar), which is the official currency of Serbia. They can do it either at the airport, at any bank in the city, or through any authorized currency exchange offices. The prices of most commodities are higher in the capital when compared to those in other parts of the country. As of July 2010, the exchange rate was 83 Serbian Dinars per Dollar or 104 Serbian Dinars per Euro.