Getting Around

Having a car in busy Belgrade is often more of a liability than an asset, as the traffic is chaotic and parking is limited. The best way to get around the city is on public transport, which consists of buses, trams and trolley buses. It is wise to avoid rush hour. Tickets for all types of transportation can be bought from kiosks in the streets. Taxis are cheap and safe, and can be hailed in the street. Travellers should ensure that they pick a licensed taxi; these can be identified by the small blue sign featuring the city's coat of arms and a number. The CarGo taxi app is also an option.


Belgrade Airport

The airport is located about 11 miles (18km) from Belgrade.

Belgrade Airport (BEG)


The airport is located about 11 miles (18km) from Belgrade.

Getting to the city

A minibus line runs to the city, and taxis are freely available at the airport. Travel time into the city centre is about 30 to 40 minutes by bus or taxi.


GMT +1 (GMT +2 from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October).

Car rental

Numerous local and international car rental agencies are represented at the airport, including Avis, Budget, Hertz, Sixt, and Europcar.

Airport Taxis

Taxis are freely available at the airport. Airport taxi fares are regulated according to city zones, and passengers are advised against using these taxis for areas outside of Belgrade, as charges are unreasonably high. Travellers should also be wary of unlicensed drivers and touts who routinely overcharge tourists.

Transfer between terminals

The terminals are connected by a hallway.


The airport features a bank and several bureaux de change, ATMs, and a business lounge. There are two restaurants, as well as cafes and snack bars. Several shops are available in the main hall and duty-free goods can be purchased beyond the passport control point. Several tourist information agencies have desks in the arrivals area, and the airport has excellent medical facilities.


The airport has covered and outdoor parking lots.