Most young people in Belgrade speak relatively good English. The older generations normally know some German, sometimes Russian and French. Most young people in Belgrade speak relatively good English. The older generations normally know some German, sometimes Russian and French.
Do many people speak English in Belgrade?
English is pretty widely spoken overall in Serbia, and is common enough for you to get by without speaking any Serbian in most parts of the country, especially the capital Belgrade. Younger people under 40 tend to have a better grasp of English, though plenty of older Serbians can also speak English.
What language do they speak in Belgrade?
Serbian Languages of SerbiaOfficialSerbianRegionalHungarian, Slovak, Romanian, Croatian, Rusyn, Albanian, BulgarianForeignEnglishSignedYugoslav Sign Language2 more rows
Do the Balkans speak English?
In the Balkans, while English is spoken widely in touristy areas and larger cities (especially in Croatia), do not assume that everyone will be able to understand you. Use our handy language guides to learn the basics and if you need to speak with someone in English, your hostel or hotel is a great place to start.
Is Serbia safe?
Serbia is generally very safe. It is ranked 31st of 162 on the list of the safest and most dangerous countries. Its people are very kind and happy to help, and tourists especially shouldnt encounter any bigger problems in Serbia.
Which Balkan language is the easiest?
The easiest, relatively speaking, would be Bulgarian. Except for Bulgarian, all of the Slavic languages have case systems. Russian is probably the easiest (again, relatively speaking) to learn because it only has 6 cases.
What is the hardest Slavic language?
Even among Slavic languages (from which I am acquainted, to some degree, with Czech, Slovak, Polish, and Russian), Czech is probably one of the hardest, but most Slavic languages are, in principle, similar.