VICE Serbia


The City Where Each Side Completely Ignores the Other

In Kosovska Mitrovica, Serbs and Albanians live right next to each other, but never mingle.


Goblins, Pigs, Presidents: Inside Macedonia's 800-Year-Old Carnival

The Vevčani festival is a celebration of "the overthrow of evil forces".


Photos from Serbia's Love Parade for Vladimir Putin

The government organised a large rally in Belgrade to keep the Russian president happy and on their side.


People Described the Weirdest Lies Their Parents Told Them as Kids

"For some reason, my dad told me that he gave birth to me."


Watch Our New Film About a Former Neo-Nazi Coming Out as a Trans Woman

The film tells the story of Dajana Pospiš, a former member of the National Front, as she begins her transition.


People Show Us the Outfits They Wore to Dump Their Ex

"I saw the breakup as more of a business meeting. I planned it like that and fixed myself up accordingly."


Photos from a European Medieval Knights Festival

We spent a weekend in a small Serbian town, watching men fight in medieval armour.


What It's Like to Work Freelance as a Parent

"There are almost no advantages to being a freelancer and a parent. Work can dry up at any time, and so can your income, but your child's needs aren't going anywhere."


10 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask Someone With Narcolepsy

"Normally, when I'm at a public event, it just creeps up on me – and before I know it I've missed a bit of the concert or film."


This Tiny Village Hosted Serbia's 'First Longboard Festival'

Young people have long deserted Popšica, until last month, when the town welcomed skaters from across the country.


The Pettiest Restaurant in the World

A Serbian restaurant only serves food from countries that don't recognise Kosovo's independence.


What It's Like to Transition in Different Parts of the World

From Canada, to Serbia and all the way to Australia – eight individuals talk about coming out as transgender in their respective countries.