Airport Nikola Tesla
The “Nikola Tesla” airport in Surčin is located 18 km from the centre of Belgrade. Flight information can be obtained by telephone, at +381 11 20 94 444 or through the www.beg.aero website.
Transportation from the airport to the city centre:
Public transportation (GSP) – nr. 72 bus line
Ticket price: 80 din. Trip duration: 40 min. Route: Zeleni venac – New Belgrade municipality – Students’ City – Vojvođanska Street.
In order to enhance taxi service from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, the Assembly of City of Belgrade is introducing ongoing project aiming to organize new taxi service regulation system from Belgrade Airport. As a part of this project, the price of a taxi service from the airport is divided into 6 zones.
For the use of taxi services from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport to any destination in Belgrade area and further, please contact the city service TAXI INFO desk, located in the baggage reclaim area.
Please take a taxi receipt at the information desk which contains the name of your destination and appropriate price for the taxi service.
“Nikola Tesla” airport Working time: 04.45-23.40h Frequency: every 30 min.
The information center offering to visitors, free tourist maps of the city, brochures and promotional materials about offer of Belgrade, as well as other service, tourist and useful informations.
Tourists can be informed about actual programs sightseeing of city and they can buy tickets.
The official tender in Serbia is dinar, abbreviated RSD. Money may be exchanged in all banks and post offices, as well as in authorized exchange offices. Dinar is issued in denominations of 10/20/50/100/200/500/1000/5000. The current exchange rate may be checked on the website of the National Bank of Serbia
Cash may be taken from ATMs installed in all major malls, bank branch offices and in public places 365 days in a year, 24 hours a day. Cell phone e-cards and Internet cards may also be purchased in some of these places.
The passenger is only required to pay for taxi services according to the current price list and to the amount indicated by the taxi meter at the end of the journey. Negotiating a price for taxi services, where the taxi meter is not switched on, is not recommended, especially at the airport.
The cost of the taxi ride also includes transport of the passenger’s personal baggage. Personal baggage includes travel bags and suitcases not exceeding 20 kg in weight per passenger and 50 kg in total, in the event that there are several passengers.
Alo taksi, 3564-555
Alfa taksi, 19807
Beotaksi, 1970, 19999
Žuti taksi, 19802
Lux taxi, 303-3123
Maksis taksi, 19804
Naksi taksi, 2157-668
City public transport
Belgrade city public transport is provided through a network of bus, trolleybus and tram routes run by GSP “Beograd” and bus services operated by private bus companies, on around 130 routes.
Single tickets can be bought:
– in public transport vehicles, from the driver or conductor
– at kiosks marked with a ticket sales sticker
– at GSP points-of-sale
BusPlus Info / public transportation in Belgrade
BusPlus system applies to all public transport vehicles (GSP, private carriers, Lasta and Bg Voz).
Paper cards (most suitable for tourists)
If you are not frequent user you should buy a paper card which costs 89 rsd, and you can drive with that card 90 min. on all lines (for 1st or 2nd public transportation zone). If you buy a ticket on the bus a card cost 150 rsd.
The area code for Belgrade in national traffic is 011
The area code for Serbia in international traffic is 381. To call Belgrade from abroad please dial the appropriate international code, e.g. 00, then dial the area code for Serbia 381 and the area code for the city (without the initial 0) 11. To call a foreign country from Belgrade, please dial the international code 00, then the country area code, the city area code (without 0) and, finally, the telephone number of the subscriber.
Important Telephone Numbers
Police – 192
Fire-fighters – 193
Ambulance – 194
Time – 195
Telegram sending by phone – 1961
Registry of international calls – 19011
Time, Electricity and Water
Belgrade and Serbia are located in the Central European time zone region – GMT +1 and/or GMT +2 as of the last week in the third month until the Saturday prior to the last week of the tenth month.
As in most cities of Continental Europe, the electricity voltage in Belgrade is 220V. Electrical outlets are standard European.
Tap water in Belgrade is safe to drink.
Belgrade Talking is a free application which takes users to more than 30 city locations bringing a brand new perception of the capital, in a simple, swift, informative and entertaining manner.
After downloading the app, simply point the smart phone camera towards the nearest location and a series of short stories will instantly open. An audio guide will be automatically activated allowing users to focus on the architecture of buildings, institutions, monuments, religious facilities and details rather than the phone screen. Maps provide an actual tour around the city as the application proposes the best sightseeing route, guiding to the next closest location.