Belgrade, lush green parks, lively nightlife, friendly people, stylish bars and restaurants from each other and in recent years, with visa-free travel advantage turned into one of the most important holiday destinations in Turkey explorer.
Balkans in Belgrade, one of the most beautiful cities, lush green parks, lively nightlife, friendly people, stylish bars and restaurants from each other and in recent years, with visa-free travel advantage has turned into one of the most important holiday destinations in Turkey explorer.
Balkan in Belgrade of the most advanced cities seen many historical buildings that managed to reach past to present preserved. architectural structures bearing the traces of several centuries, most of the time the trip had the feeling that the streets within walking distance of each other.
How to Get to Belgrade?
Belgrade travel plans who asked the first question is usually how to get to Belgrade. from Turkey to Serbia’s capital Belgrade by plane, train, bus or private car able to go.
- How to get there by plane to Belgrade
Istanbul Ataturk Airport and Sabiha Gokcen Airport, 7 days a week from Belgrade has a direct flight. After 1 hour, the trip takes 45 minutes to an introduction to the city from the Nikola Tesla Airport. entry visas for Turkish citizens in Serbia, the possession of the person who booked the hotel and return ticket travel is recommended.
- How to get there by train from Belgrade
To go by train to Belgrade must first reach Sofia the capital of Bulgaria. TCDD-Sofia-Istanbul-Kapikule Bosfor Express, plying in Bucharest from Sofia to get off the ride, train ride is also essential to get tickets for trains between Sofia-Belgrade. Passengers of Istanbul-Kapikule Railway line due care in moving the bus until the end of studies. (Transit visa must be obtained due to the transition of Bulgaria)
- How to get there by bus from Belgrade
Istanbul Esenler able to go to the bus station, taking bus ticket to Serbia. The distance between Istanbul-Belgrade 950 km. Bulgaria and trips vary according to the wait and the bureaucratic process in Serbia, the average is between 15 and 12 hours. Periodically, the expedition organized by different companies has regular flights to Belgrade Marmaris tourism. (Transit visa must be obtained due to the transition of Bulgaria).
In downtown Belgrade transportation
- Nicola Tesla Airport in Belgrade transportation
Nikola Tesla Airport is 20 km from the city center. buses to go to the airport from the city center, it is possible to use a taxi or car rental options. The ticket number 72 municipal bus for 2 €. When it comes cheaper ticket from kiosk.
The transport up to 4 people can ride by taxi costs around € 15. Belgrade for the meter, from morning until 22.00, 3 different tariffs including between 22:00 to 00:00 and from 00:00 until morning.
- transportation from the train station in Belgrade
Belgrade Railway Station using the line number 2 from the tram station right in front of the historic city center will come here. It offers discounts to get tram tickets from € 0.5 near the kiosk. Vatm than buying a ticket can ride the tram. No. 2 line to see the history of the city and is also an ideal option to perform a panoramic city tour.
If you are coming to Belgrade with a special tool you need to pay attention to parking issues. şehirzo I-II-III is divided into regions. Do not park in the forbidden zone II and a short pause, you can not even nearly. Parking is in first at 80 RSD 90 RSD second time, after all the money you pay 100 RSD per hour. If you want to put a daily log of parking € 15.
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eyes filled with places to visit Belgrade a place for me. Founded in geography at the intersection of Danube and the Sava river in Belgrade, among the most preferred destinations among European countries do not need visas. Flights appropriate options, short flight distances advantage of cities, carries a high potential for tourism.