What are some typical ways to socialize, either with local people or with other expatriates? Are there groups or clubs that you can recommend?

Several local clubs. - Sep 2019


There was a Women's International Club, but you need to be sponsored in order to be admitted. It tends to be a bit closed. I know they went through some issues, so I don't know how it is, now. The francophone have Belgrade Accueil. Sports is a good way to get to know people. We started taking tango classes, and our social circle expanded suddenly. - Jan 2019


There is a fantastic Facebook page ran by two expat ladies who've lived in Serbia for some years: Belgrade Foreign Visitors Club. They organize a lot of activities, hikes, bicycle trips, pub crawls, etc. Joining a dance school, or sports club, is a great way to get to know local people. Joining a tango school totally changed our life there. - Dec 2018


Everything! Going out to dinner or a bar or club, philharmonic, opera, ballet, theatre, movies, mall, etc. Travel, travel, travel. - Sep 2015


Eating out, movies, malls, night clubs, indoor playgrounds, travel, private lessons. - Aug 2015


Lots - restaurants, nightclubs, bars, music festivals, concerts, theater, sports and outdoor activities. - Aug 2015


Go out to dinner, theater, concerts, clubs, cafes, parks, etc. It's hard to run out of things to do in Belgrade. - Aug 2014


Great, awesome restaurants, plenty of at home entertaining, parks etc. - Aug 2013


Serbians really enjoy the social life and have many good restaurants and cafes. Multiple parks throughout the city. - Apr 2012


Clubs, restaurants, get togethers, CLO events, etc. - Nov 2011


Anything is possible here. - Jul 2011


Good if you like to go clubbing. - Nov 2010


Rockin'. - Jun 2010


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