Getting to Belgrade
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.
Belgrade is located at the intersection of the European E-70 and E-75 highways.
Foreign drivers in Serbia are required to have a national driver’s license, traffic permit and an insurance policy.
Belgrade Bus Station
Železnička 4, operator +381 11 26 44 455, fax +381 11 26 59 480, www.bas.rs
Tickets are sold: 00-24h
Information and reservation
Local lines: +381 11 26 36 299, +381 11 26 23 170 (05.30-22.00h)
International lines: BAS tourist, Železnička 4, tel. +381 11 26 27 146 (07-00h)
BAS tourist, Maršala Birjuzova 2, tel. +381 11 26 22 526 (08-20h)
“Serbian Railways” provide for the following commercial discounts: Inter Rail, Euro Domino, Railplus, Balkan Flexipass, Easy Travel Card, Euro<26, City Star and the Unified Balkans Tariff.
Serbian Railways, Nemanjina 6, tel. +381 11 36 16 722,www.zeleznicesrbije.com
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.
1 EUR 120 RSD
Most of the local bars, restaurants and shops accept debit and credit cards, but it’s not a bad idea to carry some cash, just in case.
You’ll definitely need cash for transportation – taxis rarely accept debit or credit cards. Only Taxi company that can be ordered by twitter handle @NaxisTaxi and please make sure you say that you will pay by credit card.