Serbia Country

Serbia Country

This southern European country is similar in size to Oregon (93, 201 square miles) and has a population of 17 million. 469, 988 live in Belgrade, the capital. Yugoslavia is reached by Pan American to European cities such as Paris, Munich, Frankfurt, Vienna, Istanbul, then by JAT (Yugoslav Airlines) to Belgrade and all tourist centers.

With its beautiful mountain and coastal resorts, plenty of historic lore, low prices and hospitable people, Yugoslavia is popular with tourists. To enter the country U.S. citizens need a passport and visa.

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500 dinars (in 100-dinar notes) and unlimited foreign currency may be brought in. Duty-free allowances: 200 cigarettes, 1 bottle of wine, Vi pint other spirits. Items like cameras and radios should be declared. The rate of exchange is 300 dinars to the dollar. The climate varies from subtropical to Alpine. Best time to go is April to October for the coast, December to April for winter sports. Wear light summer clothing in cities and resorts. Woolens for the mountains.

Belgrade: Though a modern metropolis, Belgrade is full of cultural and historical monuments from earliest times, parks, residential quarters with lovely villas, museums, art galleries, interesting architecture of many influences. Best hotels are the Majestic, Moscow, and Excelsior, $7 to $10 American Plan. The Balkan, Bristol, Kasina, Prag and Splendid are $3 to $7. Similar rates at the resorts. Yugoslavian food is most like Viennese.

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