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According to shoppingpicks, January in Serbia is a cold month, with temperatures usually ranging from 31°F (0°C) to 37°F (3°C). The days are short and the sky is often cloudy, but there is very little precipitation. February is slightly warmer than January, with temperatures ranging from 33°F (1°C) to 40°F (4°C). The days are still short and the sky is mostly cloudy, but there may be some scattered snow showers throughout the month. March marks the beginning of spring in Serbia and temperatures begin to rise, usually ranging from 43°F (6°C) to 50°F (10°C). April brings warmer weather with temperatures reaching up to 59 °F (15 °C). There may be some scattered rain showers throughout the month as well. May sees an increase in temperature with an average of 68 °F (20 °C), although nights can still be quite cool. June marks the beginning of summer in Serbia and temperatures can reach up to 75 °F (24 °C). Rainfall starts to pick up during this time as thunderstorms become more frequent. July and August are typically the hottest months of summer with average highs reaching up to 83 °F (28 °C). Rainfall continues throughout these months and thunderstorms remain common. September brings cooler weather once again with average highs around 70 °F (21 °C). October sees a significant drop in temperature as winter approaches, averaging around 54 °F (12 °C). November is typically cold and wet with temperatures rarely going above freezing during this time. December has average highs of 41 °F (5 °C), making it one of the coldest months of the year in Serbia. The Republic of Serbia has a temperate continental climate: warm in summer and cold in winter. In the flat north, with the capital Belgrade, the temperature in winter is just above freezing. In summer the average temperature is 27°C. In the mountainous south and east it freezes in winter. Skiing is also possible. The most famous winter sports resort is Kapaonik. It rains on average 8 days per month in Serbia. The wettest month is June. The sunniest month is July. September is the best travel month. It is still pleasantly warm (24°C) and also dry. Check businesscarriers for Serbia Economics and Business.

Serbia Geography and Population

Serbia (Music), Middle Ages When the Christian church in the 800-t. separated into an eastern and a western part, the Balkan countries came under Byzantine influence, which became important for both church music and folk music. The Serbian and Montenegrin vocal church music developed analogously to the Greek and gained a center in the Serbian… Read More »

Sights of Serbia

Serbia is known as friendly, hospitable and varied. Although the country has a rough past, it is becoming increasingly popular among tourists. Not surprising, because Serbia has a lot to offer in terms of culture, history and entertainment. The nightlife in Serbia is therefore hip and trendy. The country has a varied nature which is… Read More »

Serbia Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data According to cheeroutdoor.com, the Serbian economy ranks among small economies, with lower competitiveness and dependence on the external environment. Two thirds of exports go to the EU. The good diversification of the Serbian economy and the high share of the… Read More »

How to Get Around Serbia

Transportation Traveling by plane According to top-medical-schools, there are no flight connections within Serbia. Traveling by car/bus The road network is relatively well developed. Approximately 660 kilometers of Serbian roads are highways and highway-like roads. The A1 and A2 motorways are the most important north-south connections; A3, A4 and A5 in west-east direction. Toll: Expressways… Read More »

Belgrade, Serbia History and Culture

History Belgrade is one of the oldest cities in the world, with a history of more than 7000 years. Belgrade is the capital city of Serbia according to itypejob. Chipped stone tools found in Zemun (a district of Belgrade) show that the area around Belgrade was inhabited by nomadic foragers in the Paleolithic and Mesolithic eras.… Read More »

Serbia Modern History

On 23 March 1999, following Milošević’s opposition to the signing of the Rambouillet peace agreement, which provided for a strong autonomy of Kosovo within the Yugoslav Republic, the demilitarization of its territory, guarantees for the Albanians, the BORN intervened in Yugoslavia with air raids. The Serbian army, cornered by continuous aerial bombardments, intensified its ethnic… Read More »