Preparations for the Serbian Orthodox Christmas, related holidays, Serbian Christmas Eve, Christmas tree, typical food… All about Serbian Christmas traditions today
Post Category: Serbian Customs and Manners
Serbian summer is short, but hot. One month is scalding hot. There are 8 things that will help you survive the heat of the Serbian summer, and actually enjoy it.
Don’t go to another Serbian restaurant without reading these practical tips about ordering food in Serbian like a native! Avoid “the textbook trap” and stop sounding weird!
Easter in Serbia is a fun experience: cracking eggs and saying special greetings. Are you visiting Serbia for Easter Holidays? Learn how to greet your friends and family like a local!
If you ever dreamed of celebrating Christmas and two New Year twice, Serbia is the best place for that. Do you know why Serbs have two new years? Learn about Christmas and New Year traditions in Serbia, customs, beliefs, greetings.
Learn what kind of presents you can bring to your Serbian hosts or friends. Otvaramo sezonu poklona – we’re opening the gifting season 🙂
Learn how to introduce yourself and to meet others in Serbian language. How to say what’s your name and to ask others about their names.
How do you answer to “Dobro došli” (welcome)? If you say only “hvala” (thank you), you were taught WRONG! In this video I reveal several traditional figures of speech, or magic formulas that will make you sound like a native, and that we have in common with the Greeks!
If you check in a dictionary how to say goodbye in Serbian, you’ll find “doviđenja”. But there are many more expressions that we say when leaving in different situations.
Why Serbs kiss three times? Why are three fingers their national greeting? All about hugging and kissing Serbian way: when to hug and kiss, and when to shake hands in Serbia
How do you greet people in Serbia? Did you go beyond the common “Dobar dan” and “Zdravo”? When do you stop saying “Dobro jutro” and when do you start saying “Dobro veče”? Learn 10 different ways we say “Hello” in Serbia.
If you’re visiting Serbia, this is a must read! Learn how to deal with “slatko” and how to say NO THANK YOU in Serbian politely – you are going to need that!