Skip Navigation

Belgrade

Photo © Cezar

Travel Guide Europe Serbia Belgrade

edit

Introduction

Knez Mihailova Street

Knez Mihailova Street

© All Rights Reserved Cezar

Belgrade (Београд) is the focal point of Serbian economy, culture and education. Found in the northern half of Serbia where the Danube and Sava Rivers meet, Belgrade has a population of 1.5 million, making it the country's largest city. Belgrade has a long and proud history, dating back to 4,800 BC. The ravages of war over the past two centuries, however, have destroyed much of the city's historical appearance: 'old' architecture in Belgrade is that which has survived since the 19th century.

Top

edit

Sights and Activities

Historic Belgrade

While war has destroyed much of Belgrade, there are still a number of ways to delve into Belgrade's history. The city has a network of streets built up after the Turks left the city in the latter half of the 19th century, some of which are Skadarlija, Knez Mihailova Street, Nemanjina Street and Kralja Petra I Street. Important buildings include the National Museum, National Theatre, Kalemegdan Fortress, the Parliament, the Temple of Saint Sava and the Old Palace. You can also visit Josip Broz Tito's mausoleum, Kuća Cveća.

Other Sights and Activities

  • Ada Ciganlija - A penninsula on Sava River that springs to life each summer as Belgraders flock to it to enjoy its sports and recreational facilities.
  • Military Museum - Visit this wonderful museum is a great place to see military relics from ancient times to modern jets, including one downed USA stealth fighter. The building itself is also amazing and worth seeing.
  • Miroslav Gospels - One of the oldest surviving written documents in the world located in Belgrade.

Top

edit

Events and Festivals

Belgrade Beer Festival

Visitors attending Belgrade’s annual beer showcase in August only have to shell out for the price of drinks. Between 2004 and 2010, the festival’s attendance numbers skyrocketed from 75,000 to 900,000. Many of these people arrive from other countries to sample more than 30 domestic and foreign brews that are available for tasting. Each of the festival’s four nights is filled with live music and fun.

Belgrade Music Festival

None of Serbia’s classical music festivals date further back than the event held in the nation’s capital each October. Although the festival’s focus is on traditional Balkan music, orchestras and performers from throughout the world may take part in the many concerts held at Belgrades’s Kolarac Hall, Yugoslav Drama Theater, and many other elegant venues. Musicians also have the opportunity to learn from some of Serbia’s finest artists during the creative master workshops.

Top

edit

Weather

Belgrade has a continental climate with warm summers are cold winters. Summers last from June to September with average highs of 25 °C to 30 °C Celsius, sometimes hitting 40 °C. Winters last from December to February when temperatures during the day are around or slightly above zero, while nights are freezing and temperatures below -20 °C are possible.
Summers are somewhat wetter compared to the other season, though rain or snow is possible year round. In summer, rain is more like heavy showers with enough sunshine during the days as well.

JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
Avg Max3.5 °C6.4 °C11.9 °C17.5 °C22.5 °C25.3 °C27.3 °C27.3 °C23.7 °C18.1 °C11 °C5.3 °C
Avg Min-2.3 °C-0.2 °C3.3 °C7.8 °C12.1 °C15 °C16.3 °C16.1 °C13 °C8.3 °C4 °C-0.2 °C
Rainfall49 mm44 mm50 mm59 mm71 mm90 mm66 mm51 mm51 mm40 mm54 mm58 mm
Rain Days131212131414109981214

Top

edit

Getting There

By Plane

Jat Airways is the national airlines of Serbia and is based at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG). International destinations are Amsterdam, Athens, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dubai, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Göteborg, Istanbul, Larnaca, Ljubljana, Kiev, London, Malta, Monastir, Moscow, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Podgorica, Pula, Prague, Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Tel Aviv, Thessaloniki, Tirana, Trieste, Tripoli, Tunis, Vienna and Zürich.
A number of other European airlines fly to Belgrade as well and cities outside Europe with services include seasonal flights to and from Toronto, and flights to Tunis and Monastir in Tunesia.

By Train

Serbian Railways has a few lines which might be of use for travellers. Destinations include Nis and Novi Sad. You can also contact them over here.
International trains go to Skopje, Zagreb, Vienna, Budapest, Bucharest and Istanbul, among other cities.

By Car

Coming north from Subotica and Novi Sad, the E-75 highway is recommended, as well as driving to Belgrade from the south. There is also a major road called Ibarska magistrala (Ibar highway, M-22), which provides approach from south-west (direction of Montenegro, for example). From the west, use the E-70 highway (from Zagreb, Ljubljana etc.). Major roads can be used coming east and north-east from Vršac and Zrenjanin.

Highways have toll stations, which are moderately priced. Serbia's only highways are parts of E-70 and E-75 roads and the highway passes right through Belgrade, causing traffic jams on the Gazela bridge and at the Mostar junction. These jams have been reduced somewhat in recent years by redirecting heavy goods vehicles to the Belgrade Bypass and by the new Ada Bridge.

By Bus

Lasta is the national long distance bus line and there are frequent connections, most of them originating or terminating in Belgrade. Check the Belgrade Bus Station website for information about schedules and prices.

By Boat

Belgrade lies where the rivers Sava and the Danube meet. Passenger ships enable you to reach every place along the Danube in a very convenient and meditative manner with many fascinating attractions along it, but it is a quite slow and rather expensive way of travelling.

Top

edit

Getting Around

By Car

As in most of Europe you must keep to the right side of the road. Driving in Belgrade can be stressful. Avoid rush hours. Plan you journey if you are going in to the city core, and expect to have a hard time finding a free parking place on the streets during Friday and Saturday evenings in the center. Garages might be a better choice.

Keep your low beam headlights turned on, during both day and night. Speed limit on the streets of the city is 50 km/h, near schools even less, on the highway is higher. Police is known to wait at places where you might feel comfortable to drive over the limit, but almost never on the highway. Take special care while crossing Branko's bridge, and driving on following streets: Bulevar Mihaila Pupina, Jurija Gagarina, Vladimira Popovića, and other major ones. Keep your seat belts fastened. Other passengers must also do the same, even when sitting on the back seat (if there are seat belts installed).

By Public Transport

GSP Beograde operates extensive public transport network of buses, trolleybuses, and trams in the city and suburbs. There are 12 tram lines, hundreds of bus lines, 8 trolleybus lines, and 9 public minibus lines (E1–E9).

By Foot

Much of central Belgrade, including most highlights, can easily be explored on foot.

By Bike

Old Belgrade is pretty hilly and the cycling infrastructure is scarce, so bicycle transport isn't in wide use. However, New Belgrade and Zemun are relatively flat and offer enough space for bikes to be used. Bicycle tracks link Zemun, Dorćol, Ada Ciganlija, New Belgrade and Bežanijska kosa. There is a bike lift on Brankov Bridge operating 365 days and the ride is free of charge. There is also more than 50 bicycle racks around the city.

Riding a bike on the same roads with cars and buses is considered too dangerous, although on smaller streets it can be reasonably safe. Avoid riding on major (multilane) roads. Unfortunately, you are not allowed to bring bikes into public transport vehicles.

Bicycle rentals are available mostly at recreational areas like Ada Ciganlija or Zemun quay. Average price is around €1.5/hour and €4/day.

Top

edit

Eat

Belgrade has hundreds of restaurants specializing in local cuisine and a number of international restaurants. On the whole, prices are cheap compared to Western Europe with main dishes ranging from €5–20 per person.

Without a doubt, the most popular choice of fast food in Belgrade is barbecue (roštilj), and there are dozens of bbq joints around the city where you can have a Serbian burger for around €2, usually with free toppings included. Some of the most popular places are Stepin Vajat (Степин Вајат) and Duff at Autokomanda, Mara and Cica in the downtown area and Iva in Žarkovo.

  • Burek - a sort of "pie", which comes in flaky layers - there are different kinds, cheese, meat, plain, spinach etc. They can be bought at any bakery (and there are many), as well as individual Burek Shops (of which there are many, as well). Tastes best when eaten with a glass of yogurt.
  • Crepes - not quite like French crepes. The crepe is made in the same way, but the filling is different - it is spread onto the crepe and the crepe is then rolled up and eaten. There are different fillings, jam, nutella, eurocreme, the list goes on...
  • Fish lovers beware, you are missing out if you don't try the traditional gourmet fish Restaurant Mika Alas (Stari Obrenovacki put 14). The restaurant is close to Ada Ciganlija and offers a variety of fresh fish and other delicious seafood. The so-called "Smudj Romanov", a pike perch fish fillet, is the house specialty and is definitely not to miss.

Top

edit

Drink

Despite the warnings, tap water in Belgrade is perfectly safe. There is a wide range of bottled waters on offer in grocery stores, supermarkets, and kiosks. The water in the city center tends to have a white appearance when first poured from the tap. This is from air bubbles and disappears within a few minutes.

Serbs love beer, and it is possible to buy a variety of domestic beers such as Jelen, Lav, MB, Pils. Along with a few imported beers, at very cheap prices. The domestic beers are quite decent. Foreign beers made under license in Serbia include Heineken, Amstel, Tuborg, Stella Artois, and Beck's. Belgrade holds a Beer Festival annually in August.

Local wines can be good, although more expensive tends to mean more drinkable, and many of the less expensive bottles are less than satisfactory. Wines from neighbouring Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia are also good and can be found in Belgrade.

The national alcoholic drink is rakija, a Serbian brandy (especially plum brandy - šljivovica, also slivovitsa in English) that is very strong and makes for a good souvenir.

For the sober crowd, Belgrade has blueberry, raspberry, tomato, peach, apple, strawberry, and any other kind of juice you can think of, along with a wide range of sodas. A popular soda in the region is the Slovenian Cockta.

All cafés serve the usual continental coffees, such as espresso and cappuccino. However, regular coffee comes in the form of Turkish coffee, not espresso or espresso-based drinks. Most cafés will serve the traditional Turkish coffee when you simply ask for "coffee", so be specific when ordering. Whipped instant coffee is also very popular, commonly referred to simply as 'Nes' (as in, Nescafé), which can be served both hot and cold. A café called Mali Prag (across from the Hotel Prag) is thought by some to offer the best "Serbian Coffee".

There are a couple of places worth visiting if you are a fan of the café culture.

The street best known for its trendy cafes is definitely Strahinjića Bana, where cafés are full even on weekdays. The best atmosphere is on Friday evenings when the trendy youth of Belgrade descend to enjoy the music and each other.

Top

edit

Sleep

Belgrade has plenty of accommodation options on offer. From Hotel Moscow built in 1860 in the heart of Belgrade to more modern structures like Hyatt and Hotel Intercontinental across the river Sava. There are also numerous apartments that can be booked privately.

Budget

PropertyAddressTypePopularity
Af-TERR HostelObilicev Venac 8/5Hostel-
Apollo 011Tomasa Jeza 2/26 Suboticka 23/II flat number: 14Apartment-
ArkaBarka Floating HostelBulevar Nikole Tesle bb Park UsceHostel91
Villa PetraDubrovacka 10HOTEL-
Backpackers' LoungeVase Crapica 15HOSTEL-
Belgrade ApartmentKralja Petra 70Apartment-
Belgrade Centre HostelZeleni venac 4/1Hostel87
Beli gradNemanjina 42Hostel-
Beograd HotelBalkanska 52Hotel-
Tash Apartment 2Vladetina 8Apartment-
Central Hotel - BelgradeGlavna 10Hotel-
ChilltonKataniceva 7Hostel86
Chillton 2Vase Carapica (Vasina) 15Hostel87
City HostelSavski trg 7Hostel-
City Code HotelDobricanina 26HOTEL-
City DiamondVisnjicka 91Apartment-
Cricket hostelMakenzijeva 46Hostel-
Crossroad Belgrade Hostel41, Gospodar Jevremova streetHostel89
DJ ApartmentSavski Trg 1AApartment-
DJ Hostel BelgradeStrahinjića Bana 33AHOSTEL-
Downtown Belgrade HostelKaradjordjeva 91Hostel64
Elegance Hotel - BelgradeZrenjaninski put 98A, BelgradeHotel-
ETC HosteliKraljice Marije 31Hostel-
Green Studio HostelKaradordeva 69HOSTEL79
Happy HostelKralja Milutina street no. 28Hostel-
Hostel 011Viktora Igoa 3HOSTEL-
Hostel 360�Kneza Mihaila 21HOSTEL88
Hostel BelgradeKralja Milana 17Hostel76
Hostel Belgrade EyeEntrance from Krunska 6bHostel-
Hostel CaptainKapetan Misina 16Hostel-
Hostel Central StationKaradjordjeva 87Hostel71
Hostel FairBulevar Vojvode Misica 37-39Hostel77
Hostel JasminKaradjordjeva 69, 1st Floor Apartment 5Hostel83
Hostel LucyMilesevska 63Hostel-
Hostel New MorningBalkanska 16 3rd FloorHostel78
Hostel Sweet DreamsKaradjordjeva 69/ Apartment 26 2nd FloorHostel-
Tis HostelKoste Abrasevica No 17Hostel-
HostelCentarGavrila Principa 46 aHostel-
HostelcheKralja Petra 8 Apt 7HOSTEL94
HostelFlashNusiceva 3a 1st FloorHostel-
Avala HotelAvalski put bbHostel-
Hotel Continental - BelgradeVladimira Popovica 10, Vladimira Popovica 10,Hotel-
Hotel KasinaTerazije 25, 11000 BelgradeHotel-
Hotel LavCara Dusana 240, 11080 Zemun, BelgradeHotel-
Hotel MoskvaBalkanska nr.1Hotel-
Hotel NBilecka 57Hotel-
Hotel NacionalAutoput br. 5Hotel-
Hotel President-KovilovoZrenjaninski put 170Hotel-
Hotel Royal BelgradeKralja Petra 56Hotel-
Hotel SlavijaSvetog Save nr.1Hotel-
Hotel Zeleznicar-BelgradeHajduk Veljkov Venac 4/1,Hotel-
Hotel ZlatnikDobanovacka 95, 11080 Zemun, Belgrade, SerbiaHotel-
In Old ShoesBrankova 18Hostel92
Inn HotelBulevar Arsenija Carnojevica 56,Hotel-
King of BelgradeVenizelosova 58 DorcolHostel78
Madness hostelBrace Jugovica 7Hostel97
Manga hostelResavska 7Hostel87
Mondo Club GuesthouseSurcinski put 16DGUESTHOUSE-
Mr.President Design HotelKaradjordjeva 75Hotel-
Hostel New York LightsBulevar kralja Aleksandra 202Hostel-
Orange PlaceDositejeva 32/14Apartment-
Pansion LugHazarska 35Apartment-
Park HotelNjegoševa 4Hotel-
Rex HotelSarajevska 37Hotel-
San Mara's HostelKralja Milana 3Hostel-
Skala Hotel BelgradeBezanijska 3Hotel-
Sky Dream ApartmentKralja Petra 60Apartment-
Slavija Lux HotelSvetog Save 2Hotel-
Spirit HostelBrace Baruh 20bHostel90
Star hostelCara Urosa 37bHostel86
Sun HostelNovopazarska 25Hostel94
Tash-innBul. Kralja Aleksandra 61 Address 2 :Hostel-
Three Black CatzCika Ljubina no 7/49Hostel92
Uncle Steve's StudioBrace Ribnikar 44Apartment-
UNI HostelAndricev Venac 12/3Hostel-
Union HotelKosovska 11Hotel-
Villa KalemegdanStrahinjica Bana 7, Strahinjica Bana 7,Hotel-
Visnja ApartmentBabavisnjina 31Apartment-
Royal Palace Lux ApartmentsVelisava Vulovica 11Apartment-
Yachting Club KejUsce bbHostel-
YellowbedVisnjiceva3/2/4Apartment-
Zira Hotel35 Ruzveltova StreetHotel-
Eurostar Hostel BelgradeKrunska 21Hostel-
Balkan Garni Hotel-BelgradePozeska 67A,HOTEL-
Hostelche HostelKralja Petra Street No 8 First floor appartament No 7Hostel-
6th Floor HostelKaradjordjeva 91HOSTEL-
Lav HotelDusanova 240Hotel-
Hotel CityRableova 1Hotel-
Hram ApartmentRankeova 12/1, VracarApartment-
Studio AppleKumanovska 12Apartment-
Mr Walker HostelZagrebacka 9Hostel-
Hotel Excelsior BelgradeKneza Milosa 5HOTEL-
S.D. Hostel Sveti DjordjeBrace Jugovica 7 BelgradeHostel-
City Diamond CentreZorza Klemansoa 18 AAPARTMENT-
Hostel 40 Garden ParkLomina 40Hostel-
Hostel ApartmentGospodar Jovanova 32aApartment-
Avnoy HostelAntifasiticke borbe 2Hostel-
Vila Terazije BelgradePrizrenska 1GUESTHOUSE-
1001 Nights HostelBulevar Kralja Aleksandra 40Hostel89
Townhouse 50Marsala Birjuzova 50HOTEL-
Euro Garni Zemun-BelgradeRatarski put 37b ZemunHOTEL-
Panorama-Dedinje lux apartmentOmladinska 15bApartment-
Mondo hostelDubljanska 69Hostel-
Ela ApartmentsTosin bunar 13Apartment-
Red doorul. Gavrila principa 60Hostel-
Hostel BridgeSvetozara Radica 7Hostel88
Go2 HostelPrizrenska 1Hostel-
Hotel Forever-BelgradeMasrsala Birjuzova 44HOTEL-
Apartments 360Knez Mihailova 21Apartment-
BG City HotelSavski trg 7Hotel-
Flat with a view10 Avijaticara 9Apartment-
Queen's Astoria Design Hotel BelgradeMilovana Milovanovica 1 Stari gradHOTEL-
Habitat-HostelKneza Milosa 4, BelgradeHOSTEL93
Hedonist HostelSimina 7HOSTEL95
Boat Hostel BelgradeBulevar Nikole Tesle 3Hostel-
Hostel MagicKneza Milosa 52Hostel-
Belcity HostelStojana Protica 11Hostel-
Pop Art HostelKaradjordjeva 69 / 2nd floor Apartment 8, BelgradeHOSTEL-
Vila JelenaGenerala Sturma 1aGUESTHOUSE-
Montmartre HostelNusićeva 17/5HOSTEL89
Selection ApartmentsDobracina 9 Belgrade, SerbiaGuesthouse-
Hostel Zetska 5ul. Zetska 5 , 11000HOSTEL-
Good Morning Hostel BelgradeTakovska 36-38Hostel83
SD Hostel Sveti Djordje 2Karadjordjeva 81HOSTEL89
Time HostelCara Lazara 9HOSTEL76
City Lights Hostel BelgradeBulevard Kralja Aleksandra 202Hostel-
Hostel MedijapanDalmatinska 3HOSTEL-
Hostel KrisKneza Milosa 54HOSTEL-
Hostel ParliamentKosovska 49HOSTEL-
Central Apartman15 Zmaj Jovina StreetAPARTMENT-
BB'S HouseBulevar despota Stefana 63, BelgradeHOSTEL-
Hedonist 2Jug Bogdanova 8HOSTEL89
Center ApartmentZetska 3APARTMENT92
Epicenter HostelMakedonska 5HOSTEL-
The Big HostelJevrejska 24HOSTEL-
City Code InnZmaj Jovina 7 Stari gradHOTEL-
Hostel Le JardinBojanska 22 Mate Vidakovica 22HOSTEL84
Residence Kalemegdan ParkParis Street 15HOSTEL-
Apartment Mineral85 Jove Ilica StreetAPARTMENT-
Hostel KavalaKaramatina 25, ZemunHOSTEL-
Dunavska pricaKej Oslobodjenja 69HOSTEL-
Allegra HotelVojvode Dragomira 18bHOTEL-
Skadarlija apartmentZetska 3Apartment-
City D Republic SquareMakedonska 15Apartment-
Gold Apartment near Tasmajdan ParkIlije GarasaninaAPARTMENT-
River ApartmentGandijeva 99 GAPARTMENT-
Sweet House HostelHilandarska 7aHostel-
Apartment King AlexanderGenerala Mihajla ZivkovicaAPARTMENT-
Hostel DaliKosovska 3HOSTEL-
City BreakBeogradska 41HOSTEL88
Beli Grad HostelNemanjina 42Hostel-
Apartment BelgradeKlare Cetkin 5Apartment-
Dream Hostel BelgradeBircaninova 16HOSTEL-
Apartments ResidenceCara Dusana 73APARTMENT-
Hostel 12Vladimira Popovica 18/12Hostel-
Hostel 57Sarajevska 57Hostel-
Rooms 29thBulevar Despota Stefana 3GUESTHOUSE-
Strahinjic BanStrahinjica Bana 52Guesthouse-
12 Monkeys HostelDeligradska 22HOSTEL90
Happy Star ClubBrace Jerkovic 227a, Savski VenacHOTEL-
Vila Senjak - BelgradeKursumlijska 2, Savski VenacHOTEL-
Apartment Rialto7 St. DecanskaAPARTMENT-
City Code Spa - Belgrade18 Slavonska Street ZemunHOTEL-
Belgrade Art HotelKnez Mihailova 27 Stari gradHOTEL-
Hostel SevenHostel Seven, Belgrade, TeraziHostel-
Konak MikanMarsala Birjuzova 14Guesthouse-
Semlin BB HotelUgrinovacki put 116HOTEL-
Square HostelSvetog Save 1HOSTEL-
Terazije ApartmentKraljice Natalije 30APARTMENT-
Apartment OzoneZmaj Jovina 2APARTMENT-
Apartments Belgrade Center CityResavska 33 Str.APARTMENT-
Apartments Belgrade Center LightDobrinjska 9APARTMENT-
Eldorado HostelProte Mateje 46HOSTEL-
Hostel Indigo BelgradeUzun Mirkova 10HOSTEL87
Bonbon ApartmentMarsala Birjuzova 50APARTMENT-
Hostel RulerSvetosavska 29GUESTHOUSE-
Hostel Skadarlija SunriseSkadarska 15HOSTEL89
Hostel No 9Vlajkoviceva 9HOSTEL-
Balkan FlowerMilentija Popovica 20GUESTHOUSE-
Mackenzie HostelBulevar Oslobodjenja 11HOSTEL-
Hostel INVlajkoviceva 14/3HOSTEL-
Admiral Bed & BreakfastBulevar vojvode Bojovica bbGUESTHOUSE-
Hostel Old Town BelgradeBudimska 10AHOSTEL-
San Art Floating HostelUsce bb Company Headquarters: Cerova 4HOSTEL85
Shine HostelTakovska 12HOSTEL73
Apartment AnaMolerova 25Apartment-
Olive Hostel BelgradeVase Carapica 3HOSTEL-
Next Door HostelSimina 7HOSTEL-
Hostel Inn DowntownZagrebacka 6 / 19HOSTEL88
Belgrade Apartment AleksandarBulevar Kralja Aleksandra 44/5/10APARTMENT-
The Belgrade HillsVolgina 25aHOSTEL-
The 5th Floor ApartmentsVasina 3APARTMENT-
Club House ApartmentResavska 4APARTMENT-
Vela ApartmentVele Nigrinove 10APARTMENT-
Kiki & Smoki HostelGospodar Jevremova 7HOSTEL-
Apartement Hyatt TerraceBulevar Mihajla Pupina 57APARTMENT-
Hostel Namaste BelgradeTerazije 38HOSTEL-
Belgrade Apartments - Republic SquareCika LjubinaAPARTMENT-
Hostel Jasmin 2Karadjordjeva 91 1st floorHOSTEL-
Tomato & PaprikaCara Dusana 31APARTMENT-
Sweetie flat45 Mutapova StApartment-
Hostel BeoroomMihaila Bogicevica 3,Hostel-
Lado HostelKosovska br. 1HOSTEL-
Hotel Rezime CrownKnez Mihailova 33HOTEL-
Bulbulder HostelDimitrija Tucovica 101HOSTEL-
Belcity ApartmentBircaninova 20APARTMENT-
Boutique Hotel TashBeogradska 71, Belgrade, SerbiaHOTEL-
Apartments BelgradeDalmatinska 87APARTMENT-
De Lux TerazijeKralja Milana 4bAPARTMENT-
Guest House BelgradeArcibalda Rajsa 48GUESTHOUSE-
Vila PortokaloUgrinovacka 122 ZemunGUESTHOUSE-
City Code B&BCara Dušana 105GUESTHOUSE-
Green Studio Hostel & LoungeKaradordeva 61HOSTEL-
City Break ApartmentsHilandarskaApartment-
Backpackers LoungeVase Carapica 15Hostel-
Tash BoutiqueBeogradska 71Hotel-
Villa MystiqueVajara Djoke Jovanovica 16HOTEL-
Hostel StudioKnićaninova 12HOSTEL-
Belgrade Flat City Centre ApartmentDimitrija Tucovića 43APARTMENT-
Centar BalasevicMiska Kranjca 17aHOTEL-
Townhouse 27 HotelMarsala Birjuzova 56HOTEL-
Villa Belvedere BelgradeDr Nedeljka Ercegovca 39 ZemunGUESTHOUSE-
Villa ForeverMaršala Birjuzova 44Hotel-
Hostel FriendsCara Urosa 7HOSTEL-
Endless Blue Apartment 1Pjera Krizanica 1/1APARTMENT-
King Aleksandar Boulevard Central ApartmentBulevar Kralja Aleksandra 99APARTMENT-
VIB 011Bakićeva 19HOSTEL-
Bed and Breakfast BelgradeKapetan Mišina 16Guesthouse-
Savski Trg ApartmentSavski Trg 1aGUESTHOUSE-
El Diablo Hostel Belgrade75 Strahinjića BanaHOSTEL-
VIB 011 - Vase CarapicaVase Carapica 5HOSTEL-
Hostel CapitalZetska 4aHOSTEL-
Apartment17Strahinjica Bana 38 8th floor, apartment 17Apartment-
Luj apartmentLuja Adamica 8APARTMENT-
Apartment Ronin Slavija SquareBeogradska 16APARTMENT-
Hostel Goodnight GroovesZeleni VenacHOSTEL-

Top

Top

edit

Keep Connected

Internet

Serbia is very well covered with broad band internet. It is widely available in urban areas. Almost every cafe or restaurant has an wi-fi connection which is free for guests. Also there are public hot spots in major cities in some areas which are free of charge as well. There are 3G USB sticks at mobile operators which are easy to use and inexpensive to purchase.

Phone

See also: International Telephone Calls

International dial code for Serbia is +381. Emergency phone numbers are 192 (police), 193 (fire department) and 194 (ambulance). There are three mobile operators in Serbia:

1. Telenor - 063, 062
2. Telekom MTS (National telecom) - 064, 065
3. VIP (Vodafone) - 060, 061

Prepaid SIM cards usually cost 200 dinars and there is no need for identification when buying them. In some stores you can buy a simple mobile phone packaged with prepaid SIM card for 2000-3000 dinars.

Post

Serbia has a postal service since 1840 and it was one of 21 countries which founded the Universal Postal Union in 1874 in Bern. Serbia Post is today a public, state owned company with post offices in almost every village. Postal service is pretty good and reliable. In smaller towns work hours of post offices can vary so don't count on long working hours even on non-weekend days. For sending packages you can also use companies like UPS, TNT or DHL.

Top

Quick Facts

[edit]

Coordinates
  • Latitude: 44.804756
  • Longitude: 20.478101

Accommodation in Belgrade

We have a comprehensive list of accommodation in Belgrade searchable right here on Travellerspoint. You can use our map to quickly compare budget, mid-range or top of the range accommodation in Belgrade and areas nearby.

Contributors

as well as dr.pepper (7%), Lavafalls (5%), Buttfish (3%), Peter (2%), Gourmet (1%)

Belgrade Travel Helpers

We don't currently have any Travel Helpers for Belgrade

This is version 32. Last edited at 8:20 on Oct 11, 16 by Utrecht. 46 articles link to this page.

Creative Commons License
Except where otherwise noted, content of this article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License