It is perhaps perhaps not really a scene through the Hollywood hit “Runaway Bride” but a conventional wedding that is serbian — just with all of the functions played by Chinese tourists.
Enticed by visa-free travel and costs that are low to Western Europe, the Chinese have now been arriving at Serbia within their droves.
The landlocked Balkan state has become among the fastest-growing locations in European countries for Chinese travellers, topping the maps a year ago, and has now been rolling down of the red carpeting.
From Chinese restaurants, to street signs in Mandarin, infrastructure has quickly sprung up.
Chinese authorities had been also dispatched to your streets of Belgrade in the summer time to help talk to their compatriots, a programme also piloted in other European metropolitan areas.
As well as in rural western Serbia, locals within the little, picturesque vacation town of Gostoljublje also have discovered a means to claim a piece associated with cake.
Zeljko Sredic, whom has the resort of wood getaway domiciles, lays for a full Serbian wedding experience, without really getting hitched. Continue reading “Chinese tourists say ‘I do’ to Serbia”