Getting to Belgrade, Serbia

Posted February 25, 2023 by Maya73

You have finally decided to visit Belgrade (and we salute your choice), and now you have to get to the city in the fastest, and the most hassle-free way. Here’s a quick overview how to do just that.
1. Airplane – Belgrade’s airport – Nikola Tesla – is located some 18 km from the city’s downtown. Currently, 36 airlines operate out of Belgrade Airport which offers non-stop flights to 57 cities around the world. Each week, over 70 domestic flights and 833 international flights depart from the airport. Apart from major airlines – British Airways, Air France, Alitalia and Lufthansa – low-cost carriers like Wizz Air, Cimber Sterling, German Wings, Fly Niki and Norwegian Air also fly to and from Belgrade. Once you arrive to Nikola Tesla Airport, you will need transportation to the city. Our advice is to avoid pushy taxi drivers at the airport since they charge more than usual, and in most cases don’t use taxi meters. If you do need a taxi, you can arrange a pick-up by phone, or just choose a taxi that has a roof – sign which means that it adheres to city regulation. These taxis are located on the stand outside the airport building. The average taxi fare from the airport to the Belgrade centre is around 10 Euros. The Belgrade Tourist Board staff, located at the airport building’s exit, can assist you in finding a taxi. Alternatively, you can catch one of the shuttle buses at the airport, and the bus fares are in the region of several Euros.

2. Air-Taxi (airplane rental) or Heli-Taxi (helicopter rental) – If you want to arrive to Belgrade in high style and have the money to afford one, why not rent a plane or a helicopter to get you here. There are two airplane rental companies in Belgrade – Air Pink and Prince Aviation, as well as two helicopter rental companies – Aeroput Aviatika (telephone no. 00 381 92 43 480) and Shuttle Air (telephone no. 00 381 91 771, ext. 3584). We presume that if you use this mode of transport, money is no object, so we won’t go into prices of chartering a plane or helicopter.

3. Train – The Central Train Station is located at the heart of Belgrade, and services both national and international trains. The national railway operator Serbian Railways gives commercial discounts for the holders of the following train passes: InterRail, Euro Domino, Railplus, Balkan Flexipass, Easy Travel Card, Euro
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Last Updated February 25, 2023