Serbian Dinar (RSD) is the currency of the Republic of Serbia.
On the current banknotes are displayed portraits of personalities connected to the history of Serbia.
Currency & Money
Serbian Dinar (RSD) is the currency of the Republic of Serbia. On the current banknotes are displayed portraits of personalities connected to the history of Serbia and to the National Bank of Serbia. On the coins are shown Serbian monasteries. Abbreviation used in Serbia is din / дин.
Some banknotes are signed by Governor Mladjan Dinkic, Kori Udovički, Radovan Jelasic, Dejan Soskic or by Jorgovanka Tabakovic. Banknotes are distributed in denominations of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000 and 5000.
Banknotes bearing the National Bank of Yugoslavia are no longer in circulation.
Bank Opening Hours:
Monday-Friday 08:00-19:00, Saturday 08:00 to 15:00. Some of them are open on Sundays.
International credit cards such as Visa and MasterCard are accepted in most shops, hotels and restaurants in Serbia. Diners Club and American Express are not represented so much.
Import and export of local currency does not exceed € 10,000. Import and export of foreign currency is unlimited.
Although acceptable in theory, in practice may be difficult to exchange. Its recommended foreign exchange and credit and debit cards.