Nikola Tesla airport is located about 18km from the city centre. You can reach city center by a minibus A1 (estimated 30 minutes from airport to Slavija Square, ticket price is 300 dinars (about 2,6 euros) and you pay the ticket in the mini bus), a bus 72 (estimated 30-40 minutes from airport to Zeleni venac, ticket price is 150 dinars (about 1,3 euros) and you pay for the ticket with the driver of the bus). The other option is taxi.
You can buy public transportation tickets at a kiosk. There are many options for tickets, but we recommend you buy a three day tickets that costs 700 dinars (about 5.9 euros). You can use that ticket in all public transportation – busses, trolleys and trams. You cannot use this ticket in mini busses that have an “E” (E1, E2, E5, E6, E9) prefix on them – they are private companies that have their own price range and matter of payment (they cost 150 dinars per ride, and you buy the ticket from the driver).
Bus stops near the venue:
There are many taxi companies in Belgrade. Prices differ from company to company, but not significally. Some of the taxi companies that we would recommend you use are: ALFA TAKSI (19807), TAXI BELL (19808), PINK TAXI (19808, +381654889977), NAXIS TAXI (19804).
Other than taxi companies, there is an option of CAR:GO application (you can download it via Google Play or AppStore), that functions similarly to Uber.
You can park your car in public garages and parkings. In public garages parking is not limited and is charged by an hour, since at public parkings parking is limited from 1 to 3 hours. However, other than paying by the hour there is also an option of "Parking PasS" card, which you can purchase in the garage, and which lasts 1 day (1500 dinars, about 12.7 euros), 3 days (3500 dinars, about 29.7 euros) or 7 days (6500 dinars, 55.1 euros).
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