The national airline Air Serbia, together with numerous foreign airlines, operates regular routes to the international airport in Belgrade from locations all over the world. An ever-increasing number of low-cost airlines also fly to Serbia’s airports, such as Wizz Air, Easy Jet, GermanWings, Niki…
Belgrade offers a full range of accommodation, all at very competitive rates.
Apartments: For all tastes and all budgets. From 40 euros / night for either one or two persons.
Hotels: Belgrade has many hotels, including 5-star ones.
Belgrade is a metropolis with population of over 3 million, located at the confluence of the Danube and the Sava. This position has often impressed travelers. Thus, in September 1833, famous poet Alphonse de Lamartine, returning from a visit to Prince Milos Obrenovic and evoking the Danube, wrote in his Diary: “The river, broad and deep, has waves like the sea”.
Belgrade is considered to be a crossroad between the East and the West. Through its history, Belgrade, at least since the Roman presence and particularly because of the long Ottoman presence has often been a border town and a place where different civilizations meet and melt together.