What is the Capital of Serbia?
The capital of Serbia is Belgrade.
It’s in the northern part of the nation, and it has a population of around 1.5 million.
If you haven’t visited, you absolutely should. Or even better, live there for a bit, like I did at the end of 2021.
A Quick Guide to Belgrade, the Capital of Serbia
Here are all the things you can do in the city:
- Eat stodgy food (here’s much more detail on all the things you need to cram into your big fat head)
- Enjoy some of the world’s best nightlife in boats, bars and abandoned buildings
- Realise how cheap Europe can really be, for food, beer, coffee, and everything else
- Absolutely fall in love with the city, just like everybody else does (but be unable to work out why)
For much more detail, check out my guide on all the things you can do in Belgrade. And if you’re interested in other parts of the nation, have a wander over to my guide on the best places to live in Serbia.
If you’re looking for flights to Belgrade, SkyScanner is the best place to find affordable ones. And for information on traveling within the country by bus or train or whatever (and booking all those routes), have a look at Rome2Rio.
And if you’re searching for places to stay in Belgrade, two of the best hostels are HostelChe (really cheap and really central), White Owl Hostel (much nicer and slightly pricier), while my favorite AirBnB in the city is this one. If you prefer hotels, have a look at Hotel Moskva (classy and fancy) and Mark Hotel (a good budget option).
Anyway, the capital of Belgrade is Serbia, and you’re an idiot for not knowing, but you should absolutely visit. See you next time!