Life in Belgrade

Our headquarters are in Belgrade, Serbia.

Nestled at the confluence of two great European rivers, Belgrade is a cosmopolitan lovechild of the East and the West. With a dose of irresistible quirks that you won't find anywhere else, explore Serbia's capital and you'll discover a true hidden gem.

Whether it's Belgrade's two-thousand-year-old fortress, its charming courtyard cafes, underground bars and art spaces, or its unique museums (like the one dedicated to Nikola Tesla or to Yugoslavia's colorful history), visit and you will experience its contagious character.

In fact, Conde Nast Traveler, Rough Guides and Lonely Planet all listed Belgrade as one of the best places to travel to in 2015.

 

Make Belgrade Your Home

It’s not just tourists who can’t resist Belgrade’s pull. Amongst its 1.7 million residents, this growing international hub has become home to a large international community. Its diverse cuisine and vibrant cultural scene (not to mention the 200 days of sunshine per year) all add to Belgrade’s high quality of life. 

Like to go on short weekend breaks or visit family back home? Thanks to its unique location, Belgrade is very well connected internationally and is just a short flight away from any European city. If that wasn’t enough, the snow-capped mountains of the Alps and the turquoise waters of the Adriatic coast are easily reachable by car.

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Didn’t understand? Don’t worry. In addition to Serbian, the vast majority of Belgraders speak a second language — and it’s usually English. Combined with Belgrade’s long tradition of hospitality, openness and warmhearted culture, you’ll find yourself feeling like a local sooner than you might think. 

With Belgrade re-establishing itself as a true cultural and economic hub of South East Europe, it’s really an exciting time to experience this unique city.

Professional Opportunities 

Built on its highly educated and passionate local talent, Serbia’s booming tech industry now plays a leading role in the region’s economy and this trend is only set to continue.

Established companies and local start-ups — who are attracting an increasing amount of foreign venture capital year on year — now provide a whole array of exciting opportunities to professionals of all levels from all corners of the globe.

For Foodies

And now for the sweetest part — the finer things in life. Taking the time to enjoy food and drink are an integral part of Serbian culture. 

Cooked with authentic local ingredients and flavors, Serbian cuisine is a creative blend of Turkish, Hungarian and Mediterranean influences. Prefer international cuisine? From French and Italian to Thai and Lebanese, Belgrade also boasts of a whole range of restaurants that will satisfy all taste buds.   

Like to whip up tasty dishes in the kitchen? Open-air green markets are an integral part of Belgrade life. Providing high-quality fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade dairy products and fresh fish all year round, these markets are also very affordable and a joy to all the senses.

Fresh from local producers and straight to your plate, Belgrade’s got what it takes to meet all of your wildest foodie fantasies.