Arriving in Belgrade

Book your flights to Belgrade with Etihad Airways and experience one of the largest and longest theatre festivals in the world. Superior theatre and historical venues combine to provide an exhilarating experience.

Plan Your Belgrade Holiday

Every year, from 1 September to 1 October, Belgrade hosts its internationally acclaimed Belgrade International Theatre Festival (BITEF). The month-long festival of the arts showcases world-class theatrical productions on stages around the city. The festival is enhanced by the several historical theatre buildings in the city, which add to the overall experience.

Demand for accommodation in the city is high so finding cheap hotels in Belgrade at this time is particularly difficult. Tickets to Belgrade are equally hard to get at this time and it is recommended that you book as early as possible if you plan to travel to Belgrade for this festival. This is usually considered the peak tourist season in Belgrade and if you wish to avoid the crowds it is a good idea to consider going in the spring during the months of April to June. The weather is great for sightseeing at this time. Flight deals to Belgrade are always just a quick click away with Etihad’s fantastic Deals section.

Flying from Philippines

Book your flights from the Philippines with Etihad Airways to hundreds of different destinations around the globe and prepare for the exclusive services offered by Etihad’s world-class staff.

Major Airports in the Philippines

Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) is by far the busiest airport in the Philippines. It is located just outside Manila and serves 31 million passengers a year. It houses numerous shops and restaurants.

Airport Transportation in the Philippines

There are nine different bus routes serving the airport so taking a bus to Ninoy Aquino International Airport is fairly easy and inexpensive. Most of the routes travel down Epifanio de los Santos Avenue en route to the airport. Taking a train to Ninoy Aquino International Airport is also reasonably easy although somewhat indirect. The Manila LRT serves the airport complex via Baclaran Station and Philippine National Railways connects with the airport via Nichols Station. The third option by train is to take the MRT to Taft Avenue Station and from there a shuttle bus will take you to Terminal 3. You can also take a taxi to Ninoy Aquino International Airport or be adventurous and take a jeepney instead.

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Interested in Belgrade? Consider Mandalay

Flying to the beautiful and exciting city of Mandalay couldn’t be any more convenient than with Etihad Airways.

Plan Your Excursion to Mandalay

Whether you are looking for something fun and exhilarating or relaxing, Mandalay has what you are looking for. After travelling up to Mandalay Hill, a traveler can catch a view of the gorgeous city and its surrounding countryside from 230 meters up. The Mandalay Palace is a magnificent complex that is home to the Cultural Museum, featuring sculptures, painting and furniture used by both King Mindon and King Thibaw. The cost of entering the museum is approximately $2 US per person.

The Shwenandaw Monastery is famous for its intricate wood-carvings. The Kuthodaw Pagoda, or the World’s Biggest Book, is a stone sculpture that was built in 1857. The Buddhist Bible is surrounded by 729 upright stone slabs with religious inscriptions.

The Atumashi Monastery is quite popular among men and women who fly to Mandalay. Build by King Mindon in 1857, the original structure burnt down in 1890. Fortunately, the grand monastery was rebuilt in the Nineties for visitors to enjoy.

Finally, a traveler to Mandalay can take the whole family to Yadanabon Zoological Gardens to see more than 300 different species of animals, including Burmese Roofed Turtles.

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