Belgrade is a crossroads of Eastern and Western Europe and is connected to these regions by two major European highways, the E-70 and the E-75. Belgrade is well served by coaches. The two coach stations (BAS and Lasta) have a total of 80 departure platforms and 20 arrival platforms, with a daily turnover of more than 1,400 coaches. Belgrade railway junction is an intersection where 7 main railway lines carrying international traffic and 5 local lines meet.
Belgrade is served by Nikola Tesla International Airport (BEG), which is located just 12 kilometers of the city centre. The airport receives numerous flights from European cities and also receives a number of transatlantic flights as well as flights from the Middle East and Africa.
By the construction of the artificial lake and the Đerdap power station, Belgrade came to the center of the most important sailing route in Europe: The North Sea - Atlantic - Black Sea route.
Nikola Tesla Airport is connected via regular routes to nearly 40 destinations worldwide. Find out about low-cost airlines and national carrier. Read more
Everything you need to know about travelling to Belgradee by road. If you prefer driving yourself around during your holidays we have some great car rental offers for you. Read more
The Central Railway Station is situated in the city centre, and there are trains available to a number of national and international destinations. View information on train services to Belgrade.
Belgrade lies on the Danube, a waterway connecting Western and Central European countries to the countries of south-eastern and eastern Europe. It is possible to travel to other destinations along the Danube by ship. Read more