Belgrade is well connected to other European cities. Visitors can choose between different means of transportation.
Belgrade International Airport “Nikola Tesla” is located 18 km from the city center. There are a few travel options when traveling between Belgrade airport “Nikola Tesla” and the city center. Mini bus A1 - Runs every 20 minutes. The terminus is at Slavija Square (Trg Slavija). A ticket can be purchased from the bus driver at the price of approximately 2,5 EUR (in dinars). GSP bus 72 – Runs every 30 minutes. The terminus is at Zeleni venac. A ticket can be purchased at a kiosk or from the bus driver at the price of approximately 1,3 EUR (in dinars). You will find the bus stop just outside the departures terminal (ground level).
You may also take a TAXI to your destination. Please make sure to order yourself a taxi at the Taxi Info stand at the airport. One of the stands is exactly in front of the exit door of the International Arrivals hall. You will immediately get a receipt, and you will pay at the end of the ride. Please be careful about independently taking among the many taxis waiting in front of the airport, as you might be overcharged.
Additional information is available at the official webpage of “Nikola Tesla” International Airport at: https://www.beg.aero/eng/parking_access/transport/taxi_service
For Covid-19 measures at the “Nikola Tesla” airport, please visit the the following page: https://www.beg.aero/eng/practical_guide/information_about_a_covid_19/preventive_measures_at_the_airport
Serbia is bordered by Montenegro, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina to the west, Albania and Macedonia to the south, Bulgaria and Romania to the east, and Hungary to the north. If you decide to come to Serbia by car, make sure you check the accessibility and the condition of roads at: www.amss.org.rs (For phone calls from Europe: +381113331200) Please have in mind that your GPS may not have all the updated information on current road conditions and accessibility.
Both the main bus station and the main train station are located in the city’s center. Please visit their websites or the website of your local bus or train station to see if your city is connected to Belgrade by bus or train.
Serbian Railways: www.zeleznicesrbije.com and http://serbianrailways.com
Belgrade Bus Station: http://www.bas.rs/en/