Time

Belgrade and Serbia are located in the Central European time zone region – GMT +1 and/or GMT +2 as of the last week in the third month until the Saturday prior to the last week of the tenth month.

 

Electricity 

All sockets in Serbia provide a standard voltage of 220 V with a frequency of 50 Hz. The outlets and plugs used in Serbia are C, F. You can take a look at the pictures below to see how each plug and socket type looks.

Serbia power plug outlet type C Serbia power plug outlet type F

If your equipment uses different sockets, make sure that you bring correct adapters. If you do not take them, you can find them in electronics stores in Serbia, for example:

Win Win; Tehnomanija; Gigatron; Mikroprinc


You can use all your equipment in Serbia if the standard voltage in your own country is between 220V-240V. This is mostly the case in Europe, Australia, United Kingdom and most countries in Africa and Asia.

If the standard voltage in your country is in the range of 100V-127V (which is most common in the US, Canada and countries in South America) you will need a voltage converter in Serbia. Without a converter you will damage you electronic equipment.

Voltage converters are available in some shops i Serbia: Mgelectronic; Mikroprinc, Webprodavnica.rs

The standard frequency in Serbia is 50Hz. If this frequency is different than the frequency in your home country we do not recommend using your electronic equipment in Serbia. But if the voltage is the same (230V) it is possible to use your equipment for a short time (AT YOUR OWN RISK). This especially applies to any moving, rotating or time related appliances.

 

Water 

Belgrade has a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. Tap water is safe to drink. 

Monday, 16 December 2019
Europe - Belgrade
Solar Date: Monday, 25 Āzar 1398