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Welcome to Komshe ........

Offering a wide selection of books which help explore, discover and experience Eastern Europe!

Travel guides

We are focused on creating authentic eye witness travel guides which help you discover, explore and experience Eastern Europe.


An intimate look at life through the eyes of local authors. Currently mostly Belgrade, but we aim to expand the series to cover cities across Eastern Europe.


Everyone loves a nice cup of tea or coffee! We have a large selection of illustrated cup that should be shared with your friends and family.

Facebook Posts

Thursday, July 27th, 2017 at 6:20am
Direction Belgrade avec Aleksandar Đorđević 🏆
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Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 at 9:47am
Sjajan tekst o našoj knjizi 🤓
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Wednesday, July 12th, 2017 at 5:14am
Our book "Street art Belgrade" is going to see the world and most importantly the world will see our book 🤓 Yes, for one whole month in Centre Culturel de Serbie, there will be walls of Belgrade on the walls of Paris 🗼 🎉
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Komshe Publishing added 4 new photos to the album: Trade Fairs and Promo Events — at AMBASADA.Thursday, June 22nd, 2017 at 11:00pm
Promotion of Street Art Belgrade in Timisoara, Romania.
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Komshe Publishing shared Beogradski grafiti's event.Thursday, June 22nd, 2017 at 3:15am
Tomorrow we are in Timisoara, Romania. See you there :)
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Emma Fick

When I first came to Serbia, the U.S. Embassy gave me a gift: a guidebook called "Serbia in Your Hands," published by Komshe. I didn't know that just one year later, I would be at a meeting with the Komshe team to talk about them publishing my own book "Snippets of Serbia." Komshe both introduced me to Serbia with their guidebooks and let me share my version of Serbia with the world!

Chris Farmer

Although I have been writing in Belgrade for quite some time, I am always happy to discover something new through Komshe’s unique travel guides. In the “Grumpy in Belgrade” series, I talk a lot about the odd clash of expectations and experiences that can happen to a foreigner living in Serbia. It is all in good fun (even if sometimes only in retrospect!) and shows a side of life in the White City that is not always recorded in the travelogues. With insights for a traveller as well as reflections for a resident, the two books give an ironic twist to my ongoing sojourn and, hopefully, a smile for the reader.


My well thumbed copy of “Belgrade in Your Hands", a Komshe book, the very first book I bought on arrival from Australia, occupies pride of place on my shelf. My photography of "belgradestreets" began as a record of a very personal journey, one in which I discovered much about a wonderful city, its people, and myself. To my joy, and total surprise, my work attracted the attention of the team at Komshe. The day we sat down together to celebrate its publication remains a day I will never forget.