Talas Serbia DMC
Your Local DMC in Serbia
Welcome to Serbia.
FOR YOUR MEETINGS, INCENTIVES, CONFERENCES AND EVENTS
Serbia is a well-connected destination with a wide range of options for meetings and incentives, especially its mix of hotel options: from modern and trendy to classic and sophisticated. Serbia has developed a colourful culture, mixing Slavic, Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman influences, to form a society rich in folklore, gastronomy and architecture.
For centuries, Serbia has been the homeland for Serbs and for 29 ethnic minorities, proudly displaying their cultural, lingual and culinary diversity. And Serbia also has beautiful nature, and we can offer various outdoor activities such as hiking, climbing, rafting, cycling, and skiing during winter.
Our capital is rightly known as “the Gate of the Balkans” and “the Doors to Central Europe” and is one of Europe’s oldest cities. Centuries of influences from various cultures have created a unique blend of culinary cosmopolitism and local tradition specific to Belgrade. Amidst all this diversity, Serbia’s capital has also developed gastronomy flavours, habits and rituals not found anywhere else. The rich cuisine will inspire you to taste something new every time.
The wide and safe track at NAVAK Centre is an ideal environment to rekindle dreams and experience the unmatched sensation of racing in a proper single-seater. Even if some of your group has no prior racing experience, dreams of driving a formula car can still come true.
Serbian Farmstead Experience.
Enjoy organic food, clean air and a traditional “tamburica” band all in an experience that will make you fall in love with a Serbian farmstead and “way-of-life”.
Talas Serbia DMC.
Talas Serbia DMC is a service provider for planning meetings and events in Serbia. We help our clients in creating extraordinary meetings and events as well as incentive programs, team building events, conferences and congresses.
Memberships: SITE, MPI
“A huge THANK YOU to Talas Serbia Team! Thank you for everything you did for our group. The delegates had truly wonderful time and everything went incredibly smoothly, and according to plan. From my side, it was really a pleasure working with you. Hope I will bring more clients to Belgrade and Serbia.”
MICE MANAGER - PHARMAS - BRAZIL
Why choose Serbia – why choose Talas S?
THE POWER OF OUR LOCAL KNOWLEDGE
Belgrade and Serbia are well known among aristocratic European families for the Karadjordjevic family – the Serbian Royal family. Their home is the Royal Compound in Belgrade, and we have a unique opportunity to offer our clients to dine at the Royal Palace in Belgrade. After a tour of the Palace and Grounds, they will have the chance to enjoy a welcome cocktail on the balcony overlooking the gardens, followed by a Gala Dinner in the exclusive Palace Dining Room.
We know what gets asked a lot about bringing groups to Serbia. Here’s our fast track answers, so you know.
Visitors from EU Member States, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and North Macedonia can enter Serbia with only their identity card and can stay for up to 90 days.
If you are coming from a country which has a visa waiver regime for the entry and stay of its nationals in Serbia, you will need a valid travel document.
To check whether you need a visa to enter and stay in Serbia, check the website of the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/consular-affairs/entry-serbia/visa-regime
Water and Food
Serbia is a country rich in water and healthy food. Water from the public water supply system is safe to drink and the food you buy in stores, markets or from the rich menus of Serbian restaurants is safe to eat.
All tourists have the right to use emergency medical services during their stay in Serbia.
If you come from a country with which Serbia has a reciprocal health care agreement, you will be able to exercise your right to use emergency medical services upon presenting a certificate issued by your health insurance provider.
If you come from a country with which Serbia does not have a reciprocal health care agreement, you will have to pay for any emergency medical services you receive.