How Do You Say My Favorite Country Is Serbia In Turkish?

Percin Imrek, born in Istanbul, Turkey, spent several months in USA, Germany, and is currently living in Belgium. He was recently in Serbia, and put up a fantastic blog post talking about one of the biggest fun times of his life… in Serbia. Here’s one snippet:


To be honest, Serbia, because of the past and their politicians are not the most favoured country in the world. Yet, when you meet Serbians or go to Serbia, you change your opinion totally into a positive perspective. Serbian people are warm, friendly, hospitable and generous. It is very normal for them to pick you up in the airport and give you a bed at their houses (even their own , their mothers feed you till you explode, and them buying you rakija when you go out. They wouldn’t allow you to pay outside when you are their guest, and would treat you like a king/queen. Serbian people are one of the most hospitable and warm people I have ever met (I must also say that Turkish and Greek people are very hospitable, amongst many other nations).

Again, don’t just read this snippet, read the whole thing. It goes on to talk about Serbian music, Belgrade’s nightlife, sports, and more.

Karl Haudbourg

About Karl Haudbourg

I'm a Frenchman promoting Serbia in the world since 2008. I see myself as a Serb. Call me crazy. Call me insane. I am a pragmatic patriot. I love my country, Serbia.

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