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Flights to Belgrade

Flights to Belgrade

Experience Belgrade – the capital of never-ending fun

Burek with yoghurt for breakfast, an afternoon stroll through Kalemegdan Park and an evening of fun in a floating club on the river. Does that tempt you? Belgrade is a true mosaic of culture and history in which you can lose yourself for a weekend or spend more time exploring – over and over again. See for yourself. Fly with us.

Belgrade for urban travellers

A visit to Belgrade begins with a stroll down bustling Knez Mihailova Street, lined with shops and cafés. At the end of the street, visit Kalemegdan with its fortress, which offers a wonderful view of the new part of the city and green island of Ada Ciganlija. Visit the imposing Church of St Sava. When you start to feel peckish, head for the Skadarlija district and simply choose one of the many traditional restaurants and enjoy genuine ćevapčići and live music.

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Belgrade for a walk through history

A long and often bloody history has left its traces on Serbia's capital. Monuments from Belgrade's Ottoman, Austrian and Communist periods rub shoulders in today's city. Wonderful Orthodox churches, baroque masterpieces and Communist cubes – you can find it all in Belgrade. Visit one of the many museums and art galleries or simply wander through the city with your eyes wide open.

Belgrade for shopping

Want to freshen up your wardrobe? The main shopping street is Knez Mihailova, but Ulica Kralja Milana is also worth a visit. And don't forget the giant Ušće shopping centre. The combination of well-known brands and young local designers of affordable prices may mean that you'll need an _extra bag_ for your flight home.

Belgrade for fun and entertainment

Belgrade boasts a vibrant and varied nightlife. The biggest varieties to be found on the barges moored along the banks of the Sava and Danube rivers. Converted into restaurants, bars, clubs and casinos, they are open every day of the week. You can find all types of music and entertainment in Belgrade. The city simply loves to dance.

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When travelling to Belgrade do not miss:

  • Kalemegdan: the former fortress is today Belgrade's main park, with an unforgettable view.
  • Knez Mihailova Street: the city's main pedestrian street, lined with shops and cafés.
  • Republic Square: Belgrade's main square, with the equestrian statue of Mihailo Obrenović, the National Theatre and the National Museum.
  • Skadarlija: cobbled pedestrian street famous for its traditional restaurants, cafés and live music.
  • Church of St Sava: the largest orthodox church in Serbia.
  • Nikola Tesla Museum: dedicated to the Serbian-born inventor and pioneer of electricity.
  • House of Flowers: the mausoleum of Yugoslav leader Marshal Tito.
  • Ada Bridge: a new symbol of Belgrade, this single-pylon cable-stayed bridge is over 200 metres high and an architectural masterpiece.

Fly to Belgrade for the weekend – the city will welcome you with open arms.