Public transportation is an option, trolleybuses, trams and busses will take you to any part of the city that you want to visit, ticket for one drive is around 1 euro and you can buy it to any kiosk or small shop around the city usually you will have to change busses and it will take you a lot more than one ticket, busses can be really crowded and watch out of pick pocketing if using.You can also buy a 24h ticket and hop in or out any bus or tram in Belgrade during 24 hours. If you don’t know what to see in Belgrade I mean all the Belgrade attractions best thing is to take a Belgrade sightseeing bus tour for which you can send us a quote. (hiperlinkuj svuda gde se spominje rec quote DACO). From all the Belgrade tours by boat, bus, plane unfortunately Belgrade is missing a metro.

Public transportation in Belgrade is mostly used by locals, if you are on budget and this is your option.
Here is a useful link:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transport_in_Belgrade

Taxi in Belgrade can be useful but be aware, we got so much complain about taxi driving going around just to pump up taximeters, hidden buttons which they press and immediately taxi price goes double. Some of our guests had really bad experience so we are suggesting that you either rent a car or use transfers through us.