Stopover in Belgrade - tips for your Belgrade layover
If you have a stopover at Belgrade Airport for couple of hours your can consider making a journey into Belgrade city. Nikola Tesla airport is located roughly 18 km from Belgrade’s city center. If you’re trying to decide whether you can leave the airport on your Belgrade layover, here are some useful tips.
First 3 questions. 1. Can I Leave The Airport ? Do I Need A Visa fo Serbia? - If you do not know - check this " Visa regime for entering Serbia"...... . 2. Do I have time for Belgrade Layover? - You need AT LEAST 3,5 hours between flights. (You will need 30 minutes to exit your plane, pass custom, exit airport and find transport to Belgrade. Then 2 x 30 minutes driving from airport to city center and back. Arriving back to airport min one hours before a flight. So in this case - you will have around one hour to visit Belgrade...... . 3. Do you have problem with luggage ? - Generally you can always check with your airline to see if you can check your luggage through to your final destination... Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport has no luggage storage or lockers that you can leave bags. But we can solve this problem if you have reasonable amount of luggage.
Well, you have enough time and no problem with visa and luggage - then we can help you to enjoy Stopover time in Belgrade.
We will take care about you between your flights. You will not need to take care about how to get to the city and back, where to leave a luggage, what to see, where to eat… we will be your drivers and guides and possible new friends. And what is the most important you will not be late on your flight back. We know the town, the distance, traffic jam and rush hours, we know almost everything about our city.
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HERE ARE SOME OPTIONS FOR BELGRADE LAYOVER TOUR:
Option 1 - Private transfer from Airport + Private sightseeing tour
Round Trip from the airport to Belgrade city center and Private Tour with Local Tour Guide. The length of layover tour is flexible and depends on how much time you have at your disposal. The tour itinerary include the Major Highlights of Belgrade and can be customized. You can explore Belgrade by car or by foot. …After City sightseeing tour you can have diner or free time til agreed time when driver will pick and take you back to the Belgrade Airport.
Price is 120 Euro (Include Round Trip from the airport to Belgrade + 2 hour Belgrade City walking tour ) for group up to 3 people. If it is a bigger group (up to 8) the price is 150 euro. Aditional hour for Belgrade City sightseeing tour cost 20 euro. Storage For Your Luggage cost additional 20 euros.
Option 2 - Tell us what you want and we will create a Customized Belgrade Layover for you!
Wherever you want to go and whatever you want to do - just tell us. We can design Private Tour as per your interests and furthermore time availability. Simply shoot us an email with your requirements, and we’ll create the perfect tour for you... SEND EMAIL TO: firstname.lastname@example.org - // // OR PHONE Tel: +381 65 44 88 123
Proposed Layover Activity or how to spend few hours in Belgrade:
Knez Mihailova street - favorite city promenade. Street is the one kilometer long and it is the main pedestrian zone in Belgrade. If you want to feel real spirit of Belgrade, you have to spend there at least one hour during your layover time in Belgrade.
Skadarlija - is the bohemian heart of Belgrade, like Parisian Montmartre quarter. The street begins right below the Republic Square and it is less than 400 metres long. It is remarkable Belgrade tourist attraction with well-known restaurants, art galleries, antique and souvenir shops... From late aftenoon till early mornings groups playing Serbian brass or traditional urban music and actors dressed in traditional Serb costumes perform down the street. Restaurants offer the typical national cuisine, most notably the roštilj (grilled meat) with pivo (beer). .
Kalemegdan - Kalemegdan is Belgrade Fortress, consists of the old citadel and Kalemegdan Park, the confluence of the Sava river into the Danube, and makes one of the most beautiful natural lookouts in Belgrade. Kalemegdan park is very popular among Belgraders and for many tourists visiting Belgrade because of the park's numerous winding walking paths, shaded benches, picturesque fountains, statues, historical architecture and scenic river view.
Church of Saint Sava - The Church of Saint Sava is a Serbian Orthodox church located on the Vračar plateau. It is one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world. The church is dedicated to Saint Sava, the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church and an important figure in medieval Serbia. n the street. Restaurants offer the typical national cuisine, most notably the roštilj (grilled meat) with pivo (beer). Zemun and Gardos Zemun and Gardos are our favorite summer time locations, and very different from all other parts of Belgrade. Either you just like walking, seating in the restaurants and enjoy beautiful view from Zemun quay to War Island and the greenery on it, or you prefer to have a great lunch in Saran restaurant, Salas restaurant, Balkan express or any other on our choice, you are on the right place. If you prefer just sightseeing and hanging around, Zemun and Gardos are still the great spots to go for it..
Knez Mihailova street - favorite city promenade and the main pedestrian zone in Belgrade.
Knez Mihailova street - in surrounding streets you can find nice restaurants, cafés…
Knez Mihailova street - lies in between Republic Square and Kalemegdan
Skadarlija street performance - have a drink and listen traditional music
Skadarlija - you can find nice restaurants, cafés…
Skadarlija Restaurants - have a drink and listen traditional music
Kalemegdan - Walls of Belgrade Fortress — panoramic view from the river
Kalemegdan - Ružica Church is a Serbian Orthodox church located in the Kalemegdan Fortress
Kalemegdan - King Gate
Church of Saint Sava.
Zemun with Gardos citadel