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Expat Blogs > Serbia  (add a blog)


Enter Belgrade


Focusing on the capital city of Serbia - the economic, university and tourist hub of Serbia - Enter Belgrade features interesting interviews of expats already living in Serbia, an excellent "basics" guide and a handy list of links for anyone thinking of migrating to the 'white city'.


A Yankee In Belgrade


Bibi was born in America, but has lived and worked in Serbia for over 35 years. Her blog A Yankee In Belgrade features her photography and snippets of life in this sovereign state situated at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe.


Living In Belgrade


Often updated, this English language website is a must-bookmark for expats living in Belgrade. Full of events, helpful articles and focusing on the important issues in life with sections on education, health and more, this is a good resource for and by expats.


Jenn Martín


20-year-old Jenn originally hails from Spain, but fell in love with Serbia and created her own Youtube channel to share just what captured her heart. From food to travel, her vlogs are informative and enthusiastic sources of inspiration for any new expats thinking of moving.


The Balkans Daily


Sharing news in English, this online magazine features an expat's corner archive well worth exploring. Authored by a team of expatriates, the articles are a wealth of experiences and musings on life in Serbia.


The Homegrown Nomad


Having lived in The Dominican Republic, Kuwait, Shanghai, Guatemala, Bahrain and now Beograd in Serbia, Teacher Kelli and her family have probably seen it all and then some in their nomadic adventures. This doesn't stop their sense of wonderment, learning lessons as a global family growing up around the world or exploring around the country they have settled in. For now.




An essential source of news - written in both English and Serbian - eBritic is an often updated "British Serb Magazine" linking British and Serbian natives who have traveled and lived between countries. Featuring events, opinion pieces and even blog archives eBritic is a great resource for those looking to move.


The Standard Deviation


Written in equal measures of healthy dose of cynicism and humor, The Standard Deviation is author Chris' podium to levy his unique world view as an American expat living in Belgrade. Discussing everything from modern thanksgiving practices to giving directions as a foreigner, this is a must read.




Born in Greece, Niki emigrated to Belgrade with her Serbian husband (stopping for spells in in Cacak, Smederevo, Uzice along the way). Running Nikoza, a travel blog with posts available in both English and Serbian, she uses the well-situated country as a base for her explorations both locally, in Europe and beyond.