Belgrade - Post Report Question and Answers

What kinds of gyms or other sports/workout facilities are available? Are they expensive?

Embassy gym is small but not lacking in equipment and was never really busy, there are local gyms available for a standard cost. - Sep 2019

Lots and lots of gyms and workout facilities. Serbians love their sports. The only problem if you have children is the time when these activities take place, as the schools work on a rotating double schedule, from 7 am till 1 PM, and from 1 pm till 7 pm. In other words, a lot of activities for kids start after 7 PM. - Jan 2019

Lots and lots of choice. Serbians are very sporty. And no, it's possible to find gyms or classes (yoga, pilates, zumba, etc) for very decent prices. Dance schools are there, too. Large olympic-size swimming pools. - Dec 2018

Gyms are relatively inexpensive. I used a private trainer who had his own gym. 12 sessions cost 200 euro. - Sep 2015

Yes, including a gym at the Embassy with brand new equipment. Cost at a local gym varies from 100-300 EUROs. - Aug 2015

Yes, and personal trainers are very affordable. - Aug 2015

Yes - prices are about the same or higher than what you would find in the U.S. - Aug 2014

Yes. - Aug 2013

I have seen some gyms in various locations, but I have not tried any. - Apr 2012

Yes. Small gym at embassy. Many local gyms, but the cost is US$120 and up per month for memberships. - Nov 2011

Yes - Jul 2011

Yes - Nov 2010

Yes, but they're mostly crappy. There are some newer gyms starting up. Expect weight machines, a treadmill, and not much else. - Jun 2010

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