Marcello from Italy has now lived for 3 years in Serbia and totally enjoys it. In this video, he shares his experience of coming here and becoming an Italian expat by finding a job, his life in Serbia and in Italy, as well as other interesting things about this Balkan country.

*If you are also a foreigner who lives in Serbia/or another country and would like to share your story on this channel in form of an interview, just leave me a message on Also, if you are from Serbia and have had experience living abroad I would love to connect!

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I am Anna – an explorer, traveler, and global citizen who originated in Mother Russia.
The last 5 years I have spent in Germany, Greece, Austria, and India working, studying, or volunteering. Currently, I am pursuing my big goal – a bachelor in International Business in Austria. In 2021 I moved to Serbia, subscribe to this channel to learn more about this country.
On this platform, I am helping people from around the world move to Germany, Austria, and Serbia to work, study, or start a business.


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  1. Hi guys, just for notice, if you are also a foreigner who lives in Serbia/or another country and would like to share your story on this channel in form of an interview, just leave me a message at Also, if you are from Serbia and have had experience living abroad I would love to connect!

  2. Thank you Ana for the interview, it was nice to share this conversation with you and I hope that infos about my story and experience will be useful to your followers! 🙂

  3. Very nice to hear the expat's perspective over life in Serbia. Anyone has any idea how big the Italian community is in Belgrade and what is their usual occupation there?

  4. Great interview!!! I follow you since your interview with Balkan Beat. I grew up in Serbia (Vojvodina, South Banat), and moved to NYC. Graduated with mechanical engineering degree, and currently working in my field. Honestly, I always wondered the local Serbian engineering market! Keep doing a good job. I’m re-living my home country and my summer visits through your videos. Enjoy, and hopefully you guys do more videos, especially on other not so popular fields of work (like other engineering disciplines). Sve najbolje!

  5. I'm half Serbian, but never been to Serbia. I'm really considering moving there and starting a business there while it's still cheap and affordable to do so and while the market is not flooded with competition. Seems like it would be a good and peaceful place to put a permanent base there and build up a future from ground up and retire there. Plus it's located in a very strategic part of the world, for those that like to travel… Africa, Asia, and EU are all very close to Serbia and it would be a quick and short trip to reach any of those places for vacations during the year!

  6. We are great country very hospitable and welcomes every people with good intension i personally know couple of stranger one guy from Sweden and a girl from China and for me all people are welcome but i don't like when some people judge our country then i say if you don't like go to your country

  7. Can you drive from Serbia directly into Croatia? I am non-European but I own a camping car. It's in Hungary now, but I am thinking of getting a Serbian visa so I can register the car there. Italy by camping car is nice.

  8. Thanks for a nice interview session. In your description you mentioned that you can help people to start life in different countries, could you make a separate video how you can help? Will really appreciate it. Best wishes.

  9. Dish washing after a degree in chemical engineering! That’s Europe for you! It’s better to be a truck driver than a chemical engineer! And people are dying to become European citizens! Somebody must wake up the European leaders in Brussels!

  10. Serbia seems to be awesome especially the people
    I am Israeli who lives in NY
    In NY we drive nice cars, wear brand names nice houses and so on
    but you serbians are naturally happier and that makes.up for everything! here people ask you "how are you?" yet in reality almost no one gives a f*k when met serbian people in Tel Aviv next day they become friends
    cheeers from Tel Aviv

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