As every year, during the Easter holidays, retail chains, markets, pharmacies and post offices are still open during the holiday but will work shorter hours on Friday, April 14, while Saturday, April 15 and Monday, April 17.
The only non-working day is Easter day – Sunday, April 16 – but even on that day some pharmacies, post offices and petrol stations will be open, while parking in Belgrade will not be charged during the holiday in zoned parts of the city.
Retail chains Lidl, Maxi, Shop&Go, Idea, Roda, Mercator and Aman will be working shorter hours on Friday, April 14, i.e. until 6 p.m., while Saturday is a regular working day. Sunday is a non-working day, and they will return to normal working hours on Monday.
The exception is Univerexport, which, on Friday and Saturday, has regular working hours, with Sunday a non-working day, except for the supermarket in Subotica.
Shopping malls will be open on April 14, until 6 p.m. Saturday will be regular working hours, and Sunday is a non-working day, except for certain cinemas in shopping centres.
When it comes to Belgrade outdoor markets, on Friday, Saturday and Monday, April 14, 15 and 17, they will work according to the usual working hours from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The outdoor markets will not be open on Easter Sunday, April 16, except for the following Zemun, Banovo Brdo, Bele Vode and Dušanovac, which will be open from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Parking fees will not be charged in zoned parts of the city from Friday, 14th April to Monday, 17th April. This does not apply to public garages and specially designated parking spaces.
Post offices at 2, Takovska Street in Belgrade, at Belgrade airport and on all border crossings will be open as usual.
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