Get to Belgrade

The best time of the year to visit Belgrade is during spring and summer  Everything is in blossom, the streets and squares are lined with outdoor cafes, the floating Belgrade clubs are opened on Sava and Danube rivers. Moreover it is also the time when festivals take place one after another, and the city is ready to rock!
But which is the best way to reach Belgrade?
Belgrade is a crossroads of Eastern and Western Europe that’s why it is well connected to these regions in several ways.
As for travelling by car, there are two main European highways, the E-70 and the E-7 but Belgrade is also well served by coaches. The two coach stations (BAS and Lasta) have more than 80 departure platforms and 20 arrival platforms, with a daily turnover of more than 1,400 coaches.
Belgrade railway is an important intersection of 7 main railway lines carrying international traffic and 5 local lines meet. If you prefer travelling by plane, Belgrade is served by Nikola Tesla International Airport (BEG), situated just 18 kilometers from the city centre. The airport receives various flights from European cities and also receives a number of transatlantic flights as well as flights from the Middle East and Africa. Lastly, it is possible to reach Belgrade by boat: with the construction of the artificial lake and the Đerdap power station, Belgrade came to the center of the most important sailing route for boats in Europe: The North Sea – Atlantic – Black Sea route.