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Discover Belgrade, Serbia’s vibrant capital

Flights to Belgrade transport you to this exuberant city, located where the Sava and Danube rivers meet.

Serbia’s fun-loving capital is steeped in history while also embracing the present – not least in the rejuvenated riverside area of Savamala.

historic street with trees cafes cobbled lanes and alleys in downtown belgrade serbia

Dubbed the ‘White City’, because its fortress looks white from the river, this eclectic wonderland sees concrete architecture juxtaposed with bohemian boutiques, historic sites and artisan coffee shops.

Take the time to explore Belgrade’s distinct neighbourhoods and stroll along the main shopping street of Knez Mihailova.

Tour the city’s fortress – built over several centuries. It stands proud at the point where the two rivers meet. Then, when evening falls, immerse yourself in the city’s vibrant nightlife.

Book flights to Belgrade with Etihad Airways and begin your journey to one of Europe’s best-kept secrets.

What's the weather like in Belgrade?

Average TemperatureAverage Rainfall

Jan

2°C

4cm

Feb

3°C

4cm

Mar

8°C

5cm

Apr

13°C

6cm

May

17°C

7cm

Jun

19°C

10cm

Jul

23°C

5cm

Aug

22°C

5cm

Sep

19°C

4cm

Oct

13°C

4cm

Nov

6°C

5cm

Dec

3°C

4cm

Temperatures in Belgrade are pleasantly warm between April and June, averaging around 15°C. July and August can get hot in the city, with highs of over 30°C.

September and October see temperate weather and gorgeous autumn colours. Rainfall is heaviest between April and June.

Reasons to visit Belgrade

the prince mihailo equestrian statue in front of the national museum in belgrade serbia

Explore Belgrade’s fascinating museums

Belgrade has a long and fascinating history. There’s no better way to learn more about its heritage and culture than by touring the city’s excellent museums. The recently renovated National Museum boasts three floors of exhibitions and a vast array of archaeological treasures. The Museum of Yugoslavia is home to more than 200,000 artefacts.

Art lovers should make a beeline for the Museum of Contemporary Art and its surrounding sculpture park. At the same time, science buffs will enjoy the Nikola Tesla Museum and its wealth of interactive features.

architecture details of kalemegdan fortress in belgrade serbia

Discover the monumental Belgrade Fortress

When you fly to Belgrade, you can’t miss this incredible fortress. Also known as Kalemegdan, it sits atop a hill overlooking the convergence of the Danube and Sava rivers.

Its tumultuous history dates to the second century and it has been destroyed and rebuilt multiple times. Climb the clock tower, peer down the Roman well and admire the view across the water.

The surrounding Kalemegdan Park is home to a landmark statue called The Victor and has become a popular spot for couples to watch the sunset over the city.

belgrade fortress and kalemegdan park serbia

Tour the city’s neighbourhoods

Belgrade is best seen as a series of neighbourhoods, each with a distinct atmosphere and charm. Stari Grad (Old Town) is the centre of activity – full of attractions, restaurants and nightlife – but don’t feel limited to just this area.

Wander through Skadarlija, a former bohemian quarter, to find boutique shops and chic cafés, or venture out to Ada Ciganlija island to hit the (artificial) beach. Zemun is a delightful, peaceful area, while Novi Beograd (New Belgrade) and Savamala are hubs of modern development and creativity. Each neighbourhood you visit will show you a different side of the city.

Things to know before you fly to Belgrade

plane Airport transfers

Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG) is 11 miles (18km) from Belgrade and travelling between the two is straightforward. Regular buses will take you to the city centre in 30 to 40 minutes. The cheapest tickets can be bought from a kiosk rather than on the bus.

bus Getting around

Belgrade has an excellent transport system, with buses, trams and trolleybuses all readily available. For the cheapest fares, rechargeable cards can be purchased and topped up at kiosks and outlets across the city.

charities Cultural considerations

Tipping is not obligatory in Belgrade but will be appreciated. Haggling is acceptable at flea markets – though it may be difficult if you don’t speak Serbian – but not at food markets or other places. Euros are not accepted in Serbia, which uses the dinar.

accommodation Where to stay in Belgrade

The most popular area to stay when you book flight tickets to Belgrade is bustling Stari Grad (Old Town), which is conveniently located in the heart of the city. Other recommended areas for tourists visiting the capital include bohemian Dorćol, peaceful Zemun or modern Novi Beograd (New Belgrade).

Flying to Belgrade: FAQs

What should I see in Belgrade?

Belgrade’s must-visit attractions include the awe-inspiring Belgrade Fortress, the fascinating Museum of Yugoslavia and the Avala Tower, the tallest structure of its kind in the Balkans. Stroll around Knez Mihailova Street and fashionable Skadarlija to find the city’s best shops and chic cafés.

How many days should I spend in Belgrade?

It’s possible to see Belgrade’s highlights in a few days. A week-long trip will allow you to fit more of the city and wider country into your stay without feeling rushed.

What local delicacy should I try in Belgrade?

Belgrade has a centuries-old coffee culture that began with a love for strong, dark Turkish flavours and has since blossomed into a stylish café scene. Take a seat outside one of the many coffee shops lining the cobbled streets and sip coffee made with locally-roasted beans.

Why we love Belgrade

“What’s wonderful about Belgrade is piecing together its history from the variety of buildings. It’s an energetic place fuelled by fabulous coffee and the galleries, shops and views are stunning.”

The best of Belgrade

Much of Belgrade’s history is told by its buildings, whether it’s the imposing fortress that has seen centuries come and go or the many Soviet-era brutalist monoliths. There’s a huge variety of styles to discover in this friendly capital, a place that has shrugged off the past and reinvented itself.

There’s so much to see in this Balkan beauty, with art both ancient and contemporary, as well as landmarks from Communist times. Feast on hearty fare from the old world or embrace the new at the Nikola Tesla Museum, where you can see the great man’s ashes. Discover more before your flight to Belgrade with Atlas magazine.

Weather in Belgrade

6 °C
Friday28 Feb 2020
6 °C
Saturday29 Feb 2020
9 °C
Sunday1 Mar 2020
8 °C
Monday2 Mar 2020
11 °C
Tuesday3 Mar 2020
9 °C
Wednesday4 Mar 2020
6 °C
Thursday5 Mar 2020
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