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Discover the wonders of Serbia

Book flights to Serbia to discover a country where culture thrives and relics from the past vie for your attention.

The capital Belgrade is a vibrant and eclectic destination – stroll along the main shopping street of Knez Mihailova and explore the creative riverside area of Savamala.

Bold concrete architecture sits alongside arty boutiques and coffee shops, while the ancient Belgrade Fortress watches over everything.

Venture beyond the cities and you’ll find yourself surrounded by natural beauty. Serbia is home to numerous national parks – including Fruška Gora – which are perfect playgrounds for adventure seekers and lovers of the great outdoors.

Hiking, kayaking, canyoning, rafting, mountain biking ­– you name it, there’s a place here where you can do it.

History enthusiasts will also find plenty to enjoy, with medieval castles and Roman palaces waiting to be discovered.

Book flight tickets to Serbia with Etihad Airways and let the adventure begin.

What's the weather like in Serbia?

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The northern half of Serbia has a continental climate marked by warm, humid summers and cold winters. The south has a more Adriatic climate which means hot, dry conditions in summer and autumn, then romantic winters with snow in some inland areas.

The end of April to the beginning of October generally sees warm temperatures with moderate rainfall. Average temperatures peak at around 23°C in summer. If you’re looking to go skiing, November to April sees the best conditions.

Flying to Serbia with Etihad

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Belgrade (BEG)

Start your Serbian adventure with a flight to Belgrade, the nation’s capital. This exuberant riverside city delights visitors with its distinct neighbourhoods, fascinating history and lively culture. Sip a locally-roasted coffee, investigate the Museum of Yugoslavia’s extensive exhibitions, or admire the imposing Belgrade Fortress that dominates the landscape.

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Reasons to visit Serbia

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Discover the White City

Your flight tickets to Serbia will take you to the capital, Belgrade – the perfect place to begin your trip. Known as the ‘White City’, this lively city has an extensive history documented by its museums and imposing fortress, but also looks forward to the future.

Home to passionate artists, fun-loving revellers and coffee fanatics, it’s the best spot to get a feel for modern-day Serbia.

view of tara national park serbia from the banjska stena viewpoint

Explore Serbia’s natural beauty

If you venture beyond Belgrade’s vibrant streets, you’ll find that much of Serbia is untouched wilderness. This pristine scenery makes the country a dream destination for outdoor types, with adventures to suit all preferences and ability levels.

Go mountain biking in the stunning Tara National Park, kayaking in the meandering Uvac Canyon or hiking in Derdap National Park – home to the dramatic Iron Gates gorge. There’s something for everyone, whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced adrenaline seeker.

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Immerse yourself in Serbia's history

The country boasts an impressive number of ancient and medieval sites. These span a range of different historical periods, including the Roman, Ottoman and Yugoslav eras and many are open for visitors.

Stroll around the ruins of the Roman palace Felix Romuliana, wander the dark tunnels of the Petrovaradin Fortress, or visit the sacred Studenica Monastery – which is still in operation today.

Things to know before you fly to Serbia

currency Local currency

The local currency in Serbia is the dinar (RSD). ATMs are commonplace in large towns and cities, and major credit cards are widely accepted.

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The official language of Serbia is Serbian, however many other languages – such as English, Hungarian and Croatian – are spoken in some areas.

socket Plugs

Serbia uses the two-pin type F plug, but sockets also work with two-pin type C plugs. You may need an international adaptor to ensure your electrical products work.

meals Food

Serbian food is influenced by a range of cultures, from Turkish to Mediterranean to local fare typical of the nations in this region. Popular dishes include cevapi – a kebab made with beef or lamb – and vanilice, which are delicious vanilla-flavoured cookies.

Flying to Serbia: FAQs

How many days do I need to visit Serbia?

Serbia has more than enough attractions to satisfy any trip, but you’ll probably want to spend at least three days in the capital. A long weekend in Belgrade can then form the start of a wider adventure. If you wish to explore the rest of the country, give yourself at least a week to take in the historic sights and national parks.

What is Serbia best known for?

Serbia’s scenic and diverse landscape has earned the country a well-deserved reputation as an ideal location for nature lovers. Outdoor enthusiasts will relish the opportunities for activities such as hiking, biking, kayaking and skiing. Thanks to its rich history, Serbia also has a wealth of iconic sites from different historical periods.

Where should I fly to in Serbia?

When booking Serbia flights with Etihad, you will land at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG). This will take you straight to the heart of this endlessly fascinating country. From here, you can reach other areas by bus, train or hire car.

Why we love Serbia

“Serbia is such an exciting country to visit. In Belgrade, there always seems to be something new happening – whether it's art, fashion, or even coffee. And if you want to escape the city, there's all this natural beauty right on the doorstep. Derdap National Park is amazing.”

Book the lowest airfare deals on flights to Serbia from AED 2273

Sydney (SYD) to Belgrade (BEG)

Departure 7 Dec 2020,
Return 21 Aug 2021
from AUD1893*

Melbourne (MEL) to Belgrade (BEG)

Departure 9 Nov 2020,
Return 1 Jul 2021
from AUD1553*

Abu Dhabi (AUH) to Belgrade (BEG)

Departure 14 Oct 2020,
Return 7 Nov 2020
from AED2273*
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