Traveling to Serbia

Traveling to Belgrade by plane:

If you are coming by plane there are several low cost flights you can use. Flights from Vienna, Stuttgart and Warsaw are considered to be the cheapest, but even if you are traveling from elsewhere good offers can be found even just two weeks in advance.

There is only one civil airport in Belgrade – “Aerodrom Nikola Tesla“, but there are several ways to reach the city center from the airport:

Buses depart every 20 minutes from the exit from arrivals. The ticket can be bought on the bus and it costs 300RSD (approx. 2€50). They will take you to Slavija, one of the central squares in Belgrade. From there it will take you 13 minutes to get to the University Library (see the map).

If you are taking a cab, please ask for a voucher/receipt at the Taxi Info Desk. This will mean you can travel for a fixed price of 2500RSD (23€). If you have a Serbian sim card you can also call a cab. In that case the journey will cost approx. 1500RSD (12€).

Traveling to Belgrade by train:

It is possible to arrive by train from several directions. The most common way if you come from Western Europe is via Budapest, however, if you take a low cost flight to Timisuara you can also come from there by train.
The station you need is Belgrade Central. From there you can take a tram (line 7) to the University Library, or it is a 20-minute walk (see map).

Traveling to Belgrade by bus:

There are buses to Belgrade from all over Europe, which is a cheap way of traveling. Get off at the central bus station which is also situated in the city center (next to the railway station). From there you can take the tram (line 7) to the University Library (see map).