27 th ENFSI Drugs working group Annual meeting

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27th ENFSI Drugs Working Group Annual Meeting

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Hotel Metropol Palace

Metropol Palace is a stunning Luxury Collection Hotel in the very center of Belgrade with its park surroundings. With its exceptional accommodation and impeccable service, Metropol Palace offers you an unforgettable experience. The hotel features 198 beautifully appointed guest rooms and 38 suites including breath-taking Belgrade Suite and Presidential Suite. The various hotel venues – ballrooms, conference halls, fine dining restaurant, lobby, bar and park garden can accommodate all types of business and leisure events. The luxurious Limegrove Fitness & Spa Center encompasses a 25-meter long pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, gym, relaxation area, steam bath, ice fountain and 6 treatment rooms.

If you want to book a room in hotel Metropol Palace, please download this file, return completed form to hotels sales department on e-mail: reservations@metropolpalace.com or marina.minic@metropolpalace.com

Hotel Mark

MARK Hotel Belgrade is a 4-star hotel in Belgrade, opened with the desire to provide its guests with a modern approach to hospitality. The hotel captivates with its modernist style, clear lines and warm interior. It has been built in accordance with the latest hospitality trends and offers accommodation in 53 spacious rooms with plenty of daylight. The rooms are divided into 5 different room categories, to accommodate all types of guest needs.

 Located in the city center, a short walk from the Belgrade City Hall, the National Assembly and the Yugoslav Drama Theater, it is also surrounded by some of the most beautiful Belgrade parks, such as – Manjež, Tašmajdan and Pionir, which provide noise isolation and create ideal conditions for work, rest or relaxation – depending on your needs.

Hotel Excelsior Mercure

Located in the city centre it is at short distance to all the sites like Kalemegdan, Republic square, pedestrian area, St Sava’s Temple and the vibrant neighbourhoods of Dorcol and Savamala. The rivers Sava and Danube are only a short stroll away and invite you to dine and party in the restaurants of Beton Hala and the floating rafts along the two rivers

This centrally located Belgrade hotel is the most charming choice for your trip. Whether traveling on business or for leisure, the hotel is close to all the city attractions and offers you a wide range of possibilities to discover Serbian hospitality. Close to the Nikola Tesla Museum, the Knez Mihailova pedestrian area, the Kalemegdan fortress, or the two rivers, the hotel is ideally located to discover Belgrade on foot. Surrounding restaurants and bars offer wonderful alternatives to relax and enjoy.

The Serbian capital offers travelers a wide variety of attractions. It’s especially regarded for its relaxed atmosphere and lifestyle. Dubbed as the city that never sleeps, Belgrade is home to a vibrant mix of culture, night life and shopping experiences.


  • Name of state: Republic of Serbia
  • Capital city: Belgrade, population more than 1600000
  • Autonomous regions: Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija
  • Geographic location: Southeastern and Central Europe, Balkan Peninsula, Western Balkans
  • Area: 88509 Km2
  • Climate: moderate continental
  • Longest river: Danube, Serbian section, 588 km
  • Highest mountain peak: Đeravica (in the Prokletije range), 2656 m
  • International dialing code: +381
  • Official currency: the dinar (RSD)
  • National Internet domain:.rs
  • National vehicle code: SRB
  • Population (excluding Kosovo and Metohija): more than 7 000 000 – 83% Serbs
  • Official language: Serbian
  • Official script: Cyrillic
  • Faiths: 85% Eastern Orthodox Christian, 5.5% Roman Catholic Christian, 3.2% Muslim
  • National holiday: 15th February – Serbian National Statehood Day
  • Time zone: central European, CET (GMT + 1 hour)
  • Electricity: 220 ~ 230V, 50 Hz
  • Water from public mains: Safe to drink

The currency is the Serbian Dinar (RSD). Dinar is issued in denominations of 10/20/50/100/200/500/1000/2000/5000. Foreign currency can be exchanged at the airport or the front desk of your hotel. Local banks are open from 08.30 to 17.00 hrs from Monday to Friday. On Sundays only duty banks and post offices are open. All banks and post offices have exchange offices, and payphones.

There are also private foreign exchange offices throughout the city that operate between 09.00 to 18.00 hrs. The current exchange rate may be checked on the website of the National Bank of Serbia (www.nbs.rs).


All major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, and Amex) are accepted in Serbia by restaurants, hotels, shops and at the Congress Registration Desks.

Cash may be taken from ATMs installed in all major malls, bank branch offices and in public places 365 days in a year, 24 hours a day. Cell phone e-cards and Internet cards may also be purchased in some of these places in official offices of local providers and in some street kiosks.


The current in Serbia is 220 volts 50Hz. Please contact the reception desk for available converters.


International Driving Licenses are recognized throughout Serbia. Car rental companies ask for a valid driving license. For your requests please contact Congress secretariat.


The climate of Serbia is moderately continental, with localized variations and a gradual change between the seasons. The average minimum temperature in Belgrade in May is 13.4°C. You can expect very pleasant temperatures during the day. The average maximum daytime temperature lies around 23.7°C.  If you enjoy looking at a blue sky and love the sun than this is a great time to go to Belgrade with 226 hours of sun. May is known as one of the best months to visit Belgrade.


The meeting organizers cannot accept liability for personal injuries sustained or for loss of or damage to property belonging to Congress participants (or their accompanying persons) either during the congress meetings and post congress activities. Please obtain proper travel and health insurance prior to your trip.


Tipping is not mandatory in Serbia. However it is customary to add 5-10% in restaurants if you are satisfied with the service.