Serbia Currency Guide
Serbia uses Serbian Dinars. The Euro is also accepted at a variety of Belgrade hotels and businesses.
ATMs are widely available in major cities and towns, complete with English translations and prompts. Most ATMs accept the major credit cards. Notify your bank or credit union before you leave for security purposes and to check what international withdrawal fees may apply to your card. Regional areas may not have ATMs or Eftpos facilities.
It’s always a good idea to have some cash on you when you arrive in Serbia. Be careful when exchanging money as some Serbian exchange offices may reject damaged or worn foreign currency. Euros are easy to convert in Serbia; it may be worth exchanging some of your Australian Dollars into Euros before you leave. Euros are available to purchase from Travel Money Oz.
Minimise the conversion hassle and secure your personal credit cards; a travel money card does the job of both without the risk. While cash and credit are great backups, a Multi-currency Cash Passport™ will allow you to pre-load your Euros and use in ATMs and wherever MasterCard® is accepted.