Belgrade, the birthplace of the Visca culture, one of the most important cultures of prehistoric Europe, has been at the centre of important military and political events throughout its history. The natural beauty of the past, as well as its cultural and architectural richness, make it one of the places of interest in Eastern Europe.
Buses and minibuses are the most common means of transportation in Belgrade, where tourist destinations are close to each other. You can buy a BusPlus card with 1, 3, 5-day pass options for a comfortable journey, without having to buy tickets in buses and minibuses which are generally uncared and overcrowded.
In this city, for a holidaymaker, the most effective way of transportation is walking but the city's other public transport options are taxi and tram. Although taxi fares are quite reasonable, some drivers may be inclined to cheat on strangers. The tram line provides access to a small portion of the city.
Arriving from Belgrade Airport to City Center: You will arrive Belgrade after an aeroplane trip which takes 1 hour and 40 minutes on average from Istanbul. You can choose either bus, minibus or taxi to go from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport to the city centre. The bus fare is 150 RSD and the journey takes 40-50 minutes. Minibusses charge 300 RSD and take 30 minutes to arrive at city centre. If you choose to take a taxi from the airport which is located at 12 km west of the city, take advantage of the ticket system to avoid having to pay exorbitant prices. In order to get on these vehicles, first, you have to buy the ticket on which the price is written from the cab station.
At the airport, shuttles to the city centre depart between 07.00-22.00. There is also a private shuttle service to some Belgrade hotels.
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