In the article I will tell you how to get to the city from the Belgrade airport. I will share in all ways, of which there are few. There are three of them: public transport, taxi or car (owned/rented).
I will tell you about the nuances with buses, the cost of a taxi and parking at the airport, and also tell you how to get from the airport to the hotel for less than 1 euro. Going to international Airport “Nikola Tesla Belgrade” or, conversely, from it? Then you are at. If you decide to get from Nikola Tesla Airport to the center of Belgrade by public transport, then you have two options:
- Express A1
- Bus number 72
The A1 bus costs 300 dinars per person one way (the BusPlus card does not work in it). The ticket is purchased from the driver. Travel time is 30 minutes. The bus goes in the direction of Belgrade Airport – Slavia Square (Serbian. Trg Slaviјa) with almost no stops. I know for sure that it stops at the Railway Station (the bus station is also located there). Perhaps the driver may stop somewhere at your request, but not sure.
From 08:00 to 18:00, the bus leaves the airport every 20 minutes, at other times, once or twice an hour. It runs from early morning until late at night (a break in traffic is two hours – from 03:00 to 05:00).
At the airport, the A1 bus stop is very easy to find. It is located almost at the exit of the arrivals area.
Bus 72 is a regular city flight departing from Belgrade from the Zeleni Venac market not far from and going to Nikola Tesla Airport. Travel time is 40-50 minutes. The fare is 89 dinars on the BusPlus card (zone 2), 150 dinars if you buy a ticket from the driver. In the fall of 2018, the possibility of paying directly with a bank card appeared in Belgrade’s public transport (no need to take Bus Plus). But I couldn’t pay using a card (Alfa-Bank, Russia).
The bus takes longer, but its advantage is that having a BusPlus card, you can transfer to another type of public transport within 90 minutes after validation. For example, I lived for. Arrived by plane, got on bus number 72, drove to Zeleni Venats. He got off the bus, climbed to Terasia Square, got on bus number 26 and drove to the house. And he paid for everything about all 89 dinars.
Details about public transport in Belgrade, about BusPlus and fare I.
At Belgrade Airport, bus number 72 stops at the top tier.
From Belgrade Airport by taxi
The Nikola Tesla Airport website provides official taxi rates. The price is fixed, divided into zones. For example, in Novi Beograd and a taxi from the airport will cost 1,400 dinars (14 euros), and in the center of Belgrade – 1,800 dinars (18 euros). If they call prices higher, do not agree. Better to book a transfer in advance on the Internet. It costs a little higher, but the driver will meet you at the airport with a sign, the guarantee of a meeting is 100%.
From Belgrade Airport by car
Distance Belgrade Airport – the city center is 18 kilometers. Two points are connected by a wide modern highway, there are all the necessary signs, it is difficult to get lost even without a navigator.
AT belgrade Airport racks of international rental offices work, but I recommend not to look for an offer on their sites, but to compare prices in one place. Just keep in mind that there are very few automatic transmission machines in Serbia, and their rental is usually almost twice as high, says letsgotour.ru.
There is a large parking lot at the airport. Parking directly at the terminal costs 100 dinars per hour. Paid at a special kiosk that works in the parking area.