How To Get To And What To See In Belgrade

Belgrade can be reached by bus and main bus station is located just a walking distance from the city center. Belgrade is connected by busses to most Europe cities.

Here is a link where you can check availability and time of arrivals of busses coming or going from Belgrade can be reached by bus and main bus station is located just a walking distance from the city center. Belgrade is connected by busses to most Europe cities.

Here is a link where you can check availability and time of arrivals of busses coming or going from Belgrade.
http://www.bas.rs/basweb_eng/redvoznje.aspx?lng=en

There is plenty of cab drivers in front of bus station waiting for a foreigner who don’t know the fare price or exact road to your place of stay, trying to rip you off, we are not saying that all of them are like that but be aware, we offer fix transfer rates to any accommodation, so if you need our services just send us a quote, yours stagaway.com.

Belgrade train station is located just next to the main bus station which is a walking distance to the city center.

Belgrade is well connected by trains from/to many European capiitals, and also other Serbian cities. Belgrade train station should definitely be on your what to see in Belgrade list.

Here’s a link to Serbia railroads where you can get info and timetable of arrivals or departures from the Serbia’s capitol, be aware that Serbia s train driver will not kill itself if late couple of minutes like his Japan colleagues, train delays in Serbia are a common thing. if you are using a taxi when you arrive from the train station to your hotel be specially aware that you can be easily ripped off by a taxi driver, we suggest you to use our transfer service.
http://www.zeleznicesrbije.com/active/en/home/glavna_navigacija/zeleznica_i_turizam/hoteli/beograd.html

Serbia is operated with a single airport and this is the only way to reach Belgrade or other Serbian cities.

In 2013 Etihad bought Air Serbia and it is has been instantly improving since then. Belgrade airport has been recently renamed to “Nikola Tesla” a Serbian most famous scientist for whom we also organize Nikola Tesla museum tour and another thing that should be on your what to see in Belgrade list for which you can just send us a quote for. Nikola Tesla airport became most growing hub in Europe, and number of flights are instantly growing, making Belgrade one of the most important hubs in Europe, you can basically reach Belgrade by air from everywhere in the world,those are just some of the flight companies flying directly to Belgrade:

Adria Airways, Aegean Air, Aer Lingus / Aer Arann, Aeroflot, Air Baltic, Air Europa, Air France, Air Malta, Air Serbia, airberlin/NIKI, Airzena Georgian Airlines, Alitalia, atlasjet, Austrian Airlines, Azerbaijan Airlines, B&H Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Condor, Corsair, Croatia Airlines, Cubana, easyJet, Egypt Air, Emirates, Etihad, Etihad Regional (Darwin), FlyDubai, Germanwings, Iberia, Jetairfly, KLM, Lufthansa, Montenegro Airlines, Norwegian, Olympic Air, Pegasus, S7, Singapore Airlines, SkyWork, Swiss/Edelweiss, TAP Portugal, Thai Airways, TUIfly, Tunisair, Turkish Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, Vueling, WizzAir, Yakuti.

I’m suggesting that you use some flight search portals when planning trip to Belgrade like sky scanner,momondo,edreams or be free to ask for suggestion.

Here is a link to Belgrade airport
http://www.beg.aero/en/home where you can check arrivals and departures and some more useful info.

From /to Belgrade airport we can offer you our transfer service for a fixed price with English speaking driver who will wait for you with your name tag on arrivals gate, check your flight status and give you a briefing on things to do in Belgrade, what to see in Belgrade show you some of the Belgrade sights on the way and give you good tips on some Belgrade attractions and Belgrade nightlife.

We can also offer transfer from Belgrade to other Serbian or near by countries.

With luxury car and English speaking guide just send us a quote and we will let you know all the details in a very short period.

Other way to get to the city from/to airport is to take a taxi or a bus whch goes to slavia round about on fixed times usually every half an hour.

Taxi price range is around 20 euros if a taxi driver has a good day, if not … take care

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