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|Belgrade city centre|
|Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG): 10 mi from city centre|
Planning a holiday in Belgrade, the Serbian capital? The "White City" awaits! Catch cheap flights to Belgrade Nikola Tesla AIrport (BEG) onboard Lufthansa, KLM, Jat Airways and others. If you're after the cheapest Belgrade flights, take-off with Wizz Air, central Europe's largest airline from London Luton.
Serbia' capital enjoys hot summers so the best time to visit the city is spring and fall when the days aren't so hot. It's best to book flights to Belgrade 3-4 months in advance for the cheapest fares.
Direct flights to Belgrade take just under 3 hours from London.
Belgrade's city centre isn't too big and easily explore on foot although a Belgrade car hire wouldn't be a bad idea either. Essentials to visit include the fortress, shopping along Knez Mihailover Street and a peek around one of the city's palaces.
Belgrade Fortress: The massive fortress atop the hill was once an important fort but today it's the city' central park. It offers some spectacular views over the river, where the Danube and the Sava meet.
Knez Mihailova Street: This pedestrian street in central Belgrade is a must. It's lined in shops and cafes and is packed day and night. Street performers give spectators their best shows for pocket change and on a summer's day you won't be able to pass up an ice cream cone from the gelato stand.
Temple of Saint Sava: Serbia's largest Orthodox Temple was built in 1935 and is a symbol of the city. The marble and plaster-work is incredible and is one of the finest temples in this part of Europe.
Find more information on Belgrade Tourism.
Belgrade is seeing a surge in hotel openings in recent years, to meet tourism demands as the city grows in popularity. Some hotels are only open during the summer but it's usually not a problem to find hotels in Belgrade year-round. The cheapest hotels are located near the train station.
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