Belgrade “White city” is the only capital built at the confluence of two big rivers – the Danube and the Sava.
Belgrade, a metropolis of rivers with more than 100 boat restaurants and floating discotheques moored along 220 km of riverbanks, makes the city a unique capital in Europe.
The fusion of cultures is best expressed in the Serbian traditional cuisine, music and folklore.
Due to Belgrade’s boisterous nightlife, Lonely Planet have named Belgrade “One of Europe’s 10 hot spots” while, The Sunday Times declared it “The new capital of cool”.
Belgrade’s “Nikola Tesla International Airport“ (BEG) is the main gateway to Serbia. At the moment Belgrade has direct flight connections to/from approx. 80 major European, Middle Eastern and US destinations. There are more than 1.100 flights per week with over 4.6 million passengers per year operated by national carrier Air Serbia and major international carriers Aeroflot, Air France, Alitalia, Austrian, Etihad Airways, Lufthansa, Fly Dubai, Qatar Airways, Swiss, Turkish Airlines as well as some low costs carriers like Belavia, EasyJet, Norwegian, Pegasus, Red Wings, Transavia, TunisAir or WizzAir.
Belgrade also has regular and direct rail connections with capital cities in Central and Eastern Europe.
Within Europe, transport by bus could also be an option. Belgrade has excellent bus connections with more than 17 European countries, including Flixbus routes.
IN THE CITY
The best Serbian cuisine, or soulfood will drive you through a range of emotions and experiences. Food in Serbia is rich in taste, organic and is made using traditional recipes.
From the street buzz and crowded cafes, to the peaceful royal courts and lake just minutes away, you will experience Belgrade’s cosmopolitan lifestyle. Unwind after a long congress day in one of the numerous downtown cafes.