|Land Area||77,474 km2|
|Total Area||77,474km2 (#115)|
|Government Type||Parliamentary Republic|
|GDP (PPP)||$102.00 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||$14,200|
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Serbia is a relatively new destination for European travellers. After declaring its independence and becoming a democracy, it is a safe and welcoming place to visit.
The capital city of Belgrade is energetic and offers architecture, museums, food, nightlife and a mixture of culture and ethnicity. Belgrade is one of the up and coming capitals of Europe.
Top destinations and attractions in Serbia include Belgrade, Novi Sad, the many villages, monasteries, fortresses, castles, archaeological sites, skiing, nature reserves, national parks and hundreds more places.
It's a beautiful country and is opening its doors to welcome visitors from around the world.
CONVENTION AND VISITOR BUREAUS: GENERAL INTEREST:
- Calling Code: 381
- Electricity: 220V, 50Hz
- Drive on the: Right
- Times to Travel: Summer is the most popular time to travel to Serbia as it's the festival season and many of the cities and towns host jazz and musical concerts and other outdoor and cultural events. Winters can be quite cold, but for the skiing enthusiasts, the mountain conditions are normally perfect.
- Cacak Tourist Information
- Cultural Monuments in Serbia
- Devil's Town
- Enter Serbia
- Nis Tourist Organization
- Novi Pazar Tourist Guide
- Regions in Serbia
- Serbia Hotels Guide
- Serbia Tourist Guide
- Serbian Words and Phrases
- Travel Serbia Info
- UNESCO Sites
- Zrenjanin City Information
TOURISM TRANSPORTATION:PASSPORTS - TRAVEL VISAS - WARNINGS:
- NOTE: Before making your travel plans to any worldwide destination, we strongly recommend you authenticate important details regarding all applicable health, passport and visa requirements. The people at Travel Visa Pro can answer all of your questions!
- Serbia Travel Advice and Warnings
What is a Puppet Government?
A "puppet state" is a government that has little will of its own, as it needs financial backing or military support. Thus, it acts an a subordinate to another power in exchange for its own survival. The puppet government still holds its own facade of an identity, perpetuated by retaining its own flag, name, national anthem, law, and constitution. However, these type of governments are not considered as legitimate according to international law.