Valuable Info About Belgrade

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Belgrade is the capital of Serbia located at the confluence of rivers Sava and Danube. Belgrade has a population of 1.7 million people within its administrative limits. The official language is Serbian with two official alphabets Latin and Cyrillic, while most of the population also speak the English language. The official currency of the country is the Serbian Dinar (RSD). Near the city is Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport located only 12 kilometers (7.5 mi) west of the city center.


There are several options for transportation from Nikola Tesla Airport to Belgrade.

Public transportation: A1 Mini Bus with the route: Airport ‒ Slavija Square ‒ Airport costs 300 RSD purchase the ticket on the bus; Public Transportation Line 72 with route: Airport – Zeleni Venac Square & Line 607 with route: Airport – New Belgrade. Public Transportation ticket price is RSD 89 (if purchased on the kiosk), RSD 150 (if purchased on the bus), departures are approximately every 30 min. Another way for transfer from Airport to Belgrade is by TAXI the average cost is 15 € depending on destination. More Than Belgrade provides private airport transfers booked in advance as well as many other companies – Learn more.


Belgrade has an extensive public transport system consisting of buses, trams, and trolleybuses with a total of 138 lines, which allows you to easily get to and from any part of the city. Ticket price varies depending on the type of transportation you want to use and where you buy a ticket. Paper cards most suitable for tourists 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.

Easiest way of reaching TAXI in Belgrade is by phone calling, moreover this way you get sure you won’t be hustled by cab driver. Most reliable TAXI associations are PINK 19803 BEOGRADSKI 19801 GOLD 19806 ALFA 19807. Be careful when hailing TAXI on street! TAXI drivers in Belgrade be divided in to licensed and illegal, easiest way to differentiate the two is to look for TX ending on their car’s license plates (that means they are licensed TAXI vehicle). While driving in TAXI bear in mind these prices in order to avoid being scammed – TAXI start is 170 RSD, while fare cost depends on time and day of the week it varies between 65 and 85 RSD per kilometer. From recently there is another way for organizing transportation around Belgrade – through Yandex and Cameo services.


One can not fully enjoy its visit to Belgrade until it has visited some of the numerous bars and coffee shops.

A cup of coffee costs between 100 RSD and 300 RSD depending on the type of coffee you prefer. The prices for beer in bars and restaurants is between 150 RSD and 300 RSD, prices for hard liquor in bars are much higher 6000 RSD – 12000 RSD for the bottle of Smirnoff vodka, or 14000 RSD to 18000 RSD for the bottle of Jack Daniels. While in a grocery shop you can buy a can of beer for anything in between 80 RSD to 200 RSD, a bottle of Smirnoff vodka around 2000 RSD or bottle of Jack Daniels for approx 4000 RSD.  Dining in inexpensive restaurant ranges between 450 RSD and 800 RSD per person, while in a more swanky restaurant dinner with wine will cost you between 1500rsd and 2000rsd per person. On the other hand, if you want to buy food in a grocery shop you will have to pay only 70 RSD for a loaf of bread, 100 RSD for 1l of milk. In Belgrade, there are literally on every corner bars, restaurants and grocery shops and many of them are open 24/7.


Belgrade has a reputation of a city with the best nightlife in the region because in Belgrade partying doesn’t stop throughout the year, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Belgrade nightlife is also very popular due to low prices in comparison to other European destinations while at the same time provides the same premium service as any other major city.

Average prices in Belgrade night clubs:

Soft drinks

1.5 € - 2 €

Red Bull 

4€ -5 €

Domestic beer

1.5 € - 2 €

Imported beer

2€ - 4 €

Johnnie Walker Red Label 0.03/ 0.7

2.5 € - 4 € / 80 €- 100 €

Ballantines  0.03/ 0.7

2.5 € - 4 € / 80 €- 100 €

Johnnie Walker Black Label   0.03/ 0.7

5€ - 7€ / 140 € - 150 €

Chivas  0.03/ 0.7

5€ - 7€ / 140 € - 150 €

Absolut vodka 0.03 / 0.7

2.5 € - 4 € / 80 €- 100 €

Smirnoff vodka 0.03 / 0.7

2.5 € - 4 € / 80 €- 100 €

Belvedere vodka   0.03/ 0.7

5€ - 7€ / 140 € - 150 €

Grey Goose vodka   0.03/ 0.7

5€ - 7€ / 140 € - 150 €

Beefeater Gin  0.03/ 0.7

2.5 € - 4 € / 80 €- 100 €

Hendrick`s Gin   0.03/ 0.7

3€ - 5€ / 110 € - 140 €

Tequila Two Fingers    0.03 / 0.7

2.5 € - 4 € / 80 €- 100 €

Hennessy VS 0.03/ 0.7

5€ - 6€ / 110 € - 150 €

Hennessy XO   0.03/ 0.7

9€ - 12€ / 200 € - 280 €

Red Wine   0.187/0.75

2€ - 3€ / 20€ - 100€

White Wine   0.187/0.75

2€ - 3€ / 20€ - 100€

Moet & Chandon 0.7

140-150 €

Dom Perignon 0.7

250 - 270 €


4€ - 6€


8 € - 12 €


Museum of Illusions – working hours: Monday – Sunday 9:00 – 22:00, address: Nušićeva 11, ticket price: Adult 600 RSD, Children (5-15 years) 400 RSD.

Aeronautical Museum – working hours: Monday – Sunday 9:00 – 17:00, address: International airport “Nikola Tesla” Belgrade, ticket price: Adult 800 RSD, Children (5-15 years) 300 RSD.

Military Museum – working hours: Tuesday – Sunday 10:00 – 17:00, address: Kalemegdan bb, ticket price: Adult 200 RSD, Children (5-15 years) 100 RSD.

Museum of Yugoslavia – working hours: Tuesday – Sunday 10:00-18:00, address: Mihaila Mike Jankovica 6, ticket price: Adult 400 RSD, Children (5-15 years) free.

Zepter Museum – working hours: Tue, Wed, Fri, Sun 10:00 – 20:00, Thu & Sat 12:00 – 22:00, address: Knez Mihailova 42, ticket price: Adult 200rsd, Children (under 10 years) free.

National Museum –  working hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday: 10 – 18 h  – Entrance is free of charge on Sundays, Thursday and Saturday: 12 – 20 h

address: Trg Republike 1a, ticket price: Adult 600rsd, Children (under 15 years) 150rsd.

Nikola Tesla Museum – Tuesday – Sunday: 9:45 am to 8 pm, address: Krunska 51, ticket price: Adult 500rsd, Children (under 7) free.


Knez Mihailova Street – is the main pedestrian and shopping zone in Belgrade after Kalemegdan, at the same time it is one of the oldest and most valuable landmarks of the city. Knez Mihailova Street goes from Kalemegdan to Republic Square and to Terazije Square. This street is the best representative of Belgrade.

Skadarlija  – Skadarlija is the second most visited tourist attraction in Belgrade after Kalemegdan. This vintage street with its urban neighborhood is known as the main bohemian quarter of Belgrade.

Beton Hala – From industrial warehouse to most popular and urban part of Belgrade. Beton Hala is complex of numerous restaurants, bars and nightclubs, it is located in Karadjordjeva street on the river bank. It is an oasis of culinary trends and an amazing nightlife.

Ada Ciganlija lake – with 6 kilometers of beaches is the largest open swimming area in the Republic. Beaches are well maintained and equipped which makes it the largest and most beautiful swimming area.

Kalemegdan – Belgrade Fortress is Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance protected by law. It is the most visited tourist attraction in Belgrade. It consists of Old Citadel and Kalemegdan Park which makes it a perfect spot for spending the day outside.

Belgrade Waterfront – is an urban renewal development project with premium waterfront real-estate. Belgrade Waterfront revitalized Sava Amphitheater on the right side of the Sava river bank. Today the most prestigious and popular city area.

Novi Beograd (New Belgrade) – New Belgrade is a municipality of the city of Belgrade. In recent years, it has become the central business district of Belgrade and its fastest developing area. Two major shopping malls in Belgrade – Delta City and Usce Shopping Center are located in New Belgrade.

Zemun – Used to be a border town between the Ottoman and Austrian Empires. Even today you can feel a different atmosphere and architecture as you walk down Gardos or stroll along the riverside. In Zemun, you can find some of the best seafood restaurants in Serbia.

Avala Mountain – Belgrade’s favorite picnic area. This smallish mountain is located on the city border of Belgrade. At the very top, you will find the Avala Tower a symbol of Belgrade and the spot with the best surrounding views.

Oblilićev Venac – is located in the city center, and it is another area in Belgrade where locals and tourists enjoy mid-day drinks and coffees. This historic and one of the oldest streets is near by Knez Mihailova and has some of the most beautiful architecture like the building where is located bar Russian Tzar and many more.

Kosančićev Venac – one of the best hidden crown jewels of Belgrade. This historical neighborhood in the city center has a perfect combination of history and urban lifestyle which makes it a perfect representation of Belgrade and its citizens. Cobblestone streets with beautiful houses are the reason why Kosancicev Venac is definitely worth visiting.

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