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What are the best things to do in Belgrade?
The Kalemegdan Fortress overlooks the Sava and Danube Rivers. It's one of the top attractions in the city and houses several art galleries as well as a military museum. If you're a history lover looking into return flights to Belgrade, give yourself enough time to explore as much of the fortress as you can.
Church of Saint Sava
The Church of Saint Sava is one of the largest Serbian Orthodox churches in the world. It stands at 79 metres high and is built on the spot where Saint Sava's remains were burned in 1595. While the interior of the church is currently under construction, travellers buying airfare to Belgrade can still appreciate the monument’s external beauty.
Skadarlija Street is a trendy part of the city that most travellers with tickets to Belgrade love to explore. It's home to quaint cafes, cobblestone streets and restaurants dishing up delicious meals. When you're finished grabbing a coffee or something to eat, take time to check out the street art or watch one of the street performers.
Kalemegdan Park is located inside the Belgrade Fortress. It's the largest park in the city and is home to a zoo, several galleries and courts for tennis and basketball. If you're buying return flights to Belgrade as a family, it's a beautiful spot to bring the kids and let them burn off some excess energy.
What are the best restaurants and cafes in Belgrade?
Hotel Moskva is a four-star hotel in Belgrade. If you're booking cheap flights to Belgrade for travel over the summer months (June to August), stop here for a drink when the outdoor terrace is open. Try the iced coffee on a hot day or treat yourself to a light meal.
Smokvica Molerova is close to the Tesla Museum and is a trendy neighbourhood cafe. Come here after visiting the museum and enjoy one of their delicious meals and fresh juices. If you're undecided where to stay for your flights to Belgrade, there are nearby accommodation options.
Cat-lovers booking flights to Belgrade should not miss out on visiting Apropo. It's part bookstore part cat-cafe, and the menu comes with a noteworthy tea selection. If it's raining during your trip, come here and read for a bit until the storm has passed.
What is the best way to get around Belgrade?
For a budget-friendly way to get around Belgrade, think about taking the bus. You can use the service as soon as your flights to Belgrade land and there are routes that zig-zag across the city. Travellers should buy a BusPlus smartcard to save money. It’s valid for one, two or five days and it's possible to use the card for other services, such as the trolley buses and trains. A one-day pass costs 250 RSD ($3.44 AUD) and a five-day ticket is 1000 RSD ($17.70 NZD).
There are 11 tram lines that run across the city. While it's not the fastest of public transport services, it's a way to see the city at a slower pace. The most useful line for travellers buying return flights to Belgrade is the number 2. It loops around the whole inner city, and you can hop off when you get close to an attraction you want to explore. A trip costs on average 90 RSD ($1.24 AUD).
Need a taxi? You can walk to the nearest taxi rank or flag one down from the street. If your flights to Belgrade land after midnight and or on a Sunday, you’ll need to budget more for your taxi trips as these times incur a surcharge.
Transport from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG)
Taxi: When your flights to Belgrade arrive, you'll find the taxi stands inside the arrivals hall at the airports exit. Prices from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG) vary and depend on the zone your destination is located within. You can expect to pay around 1800 to 8200 RSD ($26.46 - $120.52 NZD).
Bus: If you’ve bought cheap flights to Belgrade and want to keep your transport costs down, take the public bus. Line 72 leaves the airport every 30 minutes and makes several stops before arriving at the Zeleni Venac green market in the city centre. A ticket costs on average 45 RSD ($0.66 NZD).
Car Hire: For day trips outside of Belgrade, you might think about hiring a car. Buy your tickets to Belgrade with Webjet and lock in a hire car in the same booking. Alternatively, you can choose from what is available when you arrive at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG)