EduWiki Conference 2014/FAQ

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1. What's the weather forecast during the Conference?

2. How much money do I need to carry with me?

3. How can I get from the airport to the city center?

4. What are the emergency numbers?

5. What languages are spoken in Serbia?

6. Is there any WiFi in the city?

7. Is there any freedom of panorama in Serbia and Belgrade?


1. More accurate forecast will be available 7-10 days before the Conference (It is expected around 20 C)

2. Belgrade is cheap city by western standards. You can buy a sandwich for 150-200 RSD (1 EUR ~ 115 RSD), Breakfast in restaurants is 500-1.000 RSD, same for lunch and dinner. Coffee price is 100-180 RSD, juices 150-200 RSD, a tea around 80-200 RSD.

3. From the airport to city center you may come with local bus, cab or airport bus. (More info here:Arrival)

4. Emergency help +381 (0)11 194, Police +381 (0)11 192, Fire Dept. +381 (0)11 193

5. Official language in Serbia is Serbian, a Cyrillic an Latin script in use. Most of citizen, especially youth speak and understand English, and they are familiar with German, Spanish, Italian, French or Russian.

6. Yes, majority of coffee shops, bars and restaurants have WiFi. Also, WiFi is available in some buses in city transport, hot posts, parks and squares.

7. Yes, there is. But avoid taking pictures of military buildings because it is forbidden.

Good to Know - Useful Tips

1. Always change your money in official Exchange office.

2. 1 EUR is around 115 RSD. Serbian dinar is only official currency in Serbia, don't try to pay with foreign money. (More info here: Rates)

3. In Belgrade public transport is not free. You may buy tickets at almost any kiosk.

4. Bus ticket is double price in vehicles.

5. If you are satisfied with service you should probably tip the waiter (normal tip is 20-100 RSD).

6. Always use taxi with -TX suffix licence plates. Start is 170 RSD, and one kilometer is around 50-70 RSD. Always use taxis with radio connections.

7. Don't curse in English or in other mayor European language - locals probably will understand it.

8. Avoid conversation about Kosovo, Albania, and other political themes.

9. Prefer speech about customs, culture, history, night life, shopping, leisure etc.

10. Belgrade is safe city but there is a probability of pick-pocketing in over-crowded buses. Watch on your belongings.