Useful Information


From the Airport to the City Centre/Meeting Venue

By Taxi

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.

Get more information about the taxi service and price list.

By Bus

Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is located 18 km from the city centre.

Bus linе A1 is an airport shuttle that connects Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport to Slavija Square in the city centre. A single ticket costs RSD 300 (~EUR 2.50) and is purchased on the bus. Check the route map and schedule. It is approximately a 13-minute walk from Slavija Square to the meeting venue at the Metropol Palace Hotel.

PTC Belgrade Line 72 is a public bus that connects Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport to Zeleni Venac in the city centre. A single ticket ticket costs RSD 73 (~EUR 0.60) if purchased from the kiosk or RSD 150 (~EUR 1.20) if purchased on the bus. Check the schedule. It is approximately a 23-minute walk from Zeleni Venac to the meeting venue at the Metropol Palace Hotel.

Belgrade and Serbia

What Lonely Planet says about Serbia

Warm, welcoming and a hell of a lot of fun – everything you never heard about Serbia is true. Exuding a feisty mix of élan and inat (Serbian trait of rebellious defiance), this country doesn't do ‘mild': Belgrade is one of the world's wildest party destinations, the northern town of Novi Sad hosts the rocking EXIT festival, and even its hospitality is emphatic – expect to be greeted with rakija and a hearty three-kiss hello.

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What Lonely Planet says about Belgrade

Outspoken, adventurous, proud and audacious: Belgrade is by no means a 'pretty' capital, but its gritty exuberance makes it one of the most happening cities in Europe. While it hurtles towards a brighter future, its chaotic past unfolds before your eyes: socialist blocks are squeezed between art nouveau masterpieces, and remnants of the Habsburg legacy contrast with Ottoman relics.

It is here where the Sava River meets the Danube (Dunav), contemplative parkland nudges hectic urban sprawl, and old-world culture gives way to new-world nightlife.

Grandiose coffee houses, quirky sidewalk ice-creameries and smoky dens all find rightful place along Knez Mihailova, a lively pedestrian boulevard flanked by historical buildings all the way to the ancient Kalemegdan Citadel, crown of the city. Deeper in Belgrade's bowels are museums guarding the cultural, religious and military heritage of the country. Josip Broz Tito and other ghosts of the past have been laid to rest here.

'Belgrade' literally translates as 'White City', but Serbia's colourful capital is red hot.

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Currency, electricity, telephones and other practical information

The official currency is the Serbian Dinar, abbreviated to RSD.

EUR 1 ≈ RSD 122

Language and Alphabet

Serbian is a Slavic language and uses both the Cyrillic and Latin alphabets.

Time Zone

Belgrade and Serbia are located in the Central European Time Zone.


The Serbian climate varies from a continental climate in the north (cold winters and hot, humid summers with rain), and a more Adriatic climate in the south (hot, dry summers and autumns with relatively cold winters and heavy snowfall inland). The average temperature in April is 12°C.

Emergency Numbers

Police: (+381 11)192
Ambulance: (+381 11) 194
Fire: (+381 11) 193

Tourist Information Office

National Tourism Organisation of Serbia
Čika-Ljubina 8, 11000 Belgrade
PAK 104308

GPS location:
N 44049′02,019″
E 20027′31,794″
General phone number: (+381 11) 6557-127

Opening hours:
Monday – Friday, 8:30 – 20:00