|Airport of arrival:||Belgrade Airport|
|Flight time from Istanbul to Belgrade:||1 hour 45 minutes|
Belgrade is the capital of Serbia and the city is located in the northern part of the country. Belgrade is a great city to explore accompanied by spectacular sceneries of beautiful the Danube River. Belgrade attracts a growing number of tourists thanks to its unique cultural atmosphere and historical attractions. Pegasus Airlines schedules frequent flights to Belgrade and it is possible to find cheap flight tickets to Belgrade throughout the year.
Pegasus Airlines offers amazing direct flight deals to Belgrade departing from İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport. It is also possible for you to enjoy Pegasus’ advanced flight network to find connecting flights to Belgrade through İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport departing from different cities across the globe.
After a delightful time in Belgrade, you can enjoy Pegasus Airlines’ direct flight offer back to İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport or other connecting flights to various destinations of the world through İstanbul.
About the Airport
Pegasus Airlines offers amazing flight deals to Belgrade arriving at the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is located 19 kilometers away from the city center.
Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport
Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG) is the largest and the busiest airport in Serbia with almost up to 6 million passengers in 2018. It was named after renowned Serbian electrician and inventor Nikola Tesla in 2006. In Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, travelers can enjoy a wide range of shops, restaurants, and services.
Transportation from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport to City Center
You can get to the city center with direct bus, public bus, taxi and car from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport.
The direct bus costs 300 RSD and the trip approximately takes 30 minutes to Slavija Square.
Zeleni venac Square is the last stop of bus line 72. The trip costs 150 RSD and takes approximately 35 minutes. It is recommended for you to buy the ticket from kiosks in Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport since it only costs 89 RSD.
There are also many airport taxis available in the airport 24/7. The trip to the city center from the airport approximately costs 2000 RSD.
You can also enjoy the city with a rental car. Pegasus Airlines car rental service has great offers for you in here.
You can use trams, public buses, and taxis to get around in the city.
Belgrade has an extensive public bus network and reaches every part of the city. Most bus lines are available from 06.00 to 23.00 and there are many night lines that operate in central districts. Fares can be paid in cash but if you are planning to use public transport in Belgrade often, it is recommended for you to buy paper travel cards that are available for varying durations.
For more detailed information, you can click here to check timetables, routes, and fares of every means of public transport in Belgrade.
You can also use taxis to get around in Belgrade. They cost 70 RSD per kilometer with an initial fee of 170 RSD.
Belgrade is the most popular tourism destination of Serbia and offers a variety of accommodation options to its visitors.
If it is your first time in Belgrade, it is recommended for you to stay in hotels around the Stari Grad (Old Town) since you will be walking distance away from cities’ most popular historic and cultural attractions. If you would like to stay closer to Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, you can stay in hotels around Zemun district.
Pegasus Airlines would love to help you organize your trip to Belgrade and you can book a hotel easily through Pegasus Airlines website.
Belgrade is a spectacular place to eat with many authentic recipes that fuses various cuisines into one. “Pljeskavica”, “Karađorđeva šnicla”, and “Ajvar” some of the amazing Belgrade recipes you should try.
If you would like to know more about amazing Belgrade cuisine, you should have a look at our Belgrade Cuisine Guide.
We have listed some side notes about Belgrade for you right below.
Serbia does not require a visa for Schengen Area countries and for many other nationalities. You can click here to check if your country is eligible for visa-free entry to Serbia.
In addition to what Belgrade has to offer, you can travel these closely located cities to keep on discovering.
- Obrenovac (31 km)
- Smederevo (55 km)
- Zrenjanin (83 km)
- Novi Sad (95 km)
Belgrade has a humid subtropical climate with a high chance of rain throughout the year. Its summers are mild while winters are cold and rainy. It is recommended for you to enjoy Belgrade during summer or early autumn since the weather is more welcoming with a lesser chance of rain.
- Country Code: +381
- City Code: 11
- Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport Number: +381 11 2094444
- Ambulance: 194
- Police: 192
Places to see
Belgrade is a modern exciting city with striking historic landmarks that are accompanied by a unique cultural atmosphere. The city attracts a growing number of tourists every year and on its way to becoming the most beloved holiday destination of Southeast Europe.
Kalemegdan is your go-to place after settling in. Kalemegdan Park is located 6 km away from the city center and offers an amazing journey to Belgrade’s rich history and cultural inheritance. After Kalemegdan, you should see the Nikola Tesla Museum which is home to his personal collection and belongings as well as many other science exhibitions in Belgrade.
You can visit our comprehensive Belgrade Travel Guide to learn more about Belgrade and its must-see attractions.
There are a couple of things you can do to find the cheapest flight ticket to Belgrade. First, it is always good to book your flight ticket in advance, ideally two or three months prior to your journey. Secondly, you can visit Belgrade during its off-season which is winter and enjoy Pegasus Airlines’ amazing seasonal promotions. In addition to these two, flight tickets during weekdays are almost always cheaper than the ones scheduled on weekends.
Belgrade is the rising star of Southern Europe with unique historical, cultural and natural attractions. Belgrade is young, energetic and inspiring to be in.
Although you can enjoy Belgrade year-long, winters can be too cold to explore the city. Most visitors enjoy Belgrade during late spring and summer to explore the city in pleasant temperatures.
Four to five days in Belgrade would be enough for you to discover and enjoy Belgrade thoroughly.
You can buy a Belgrade Travel Card from tourism agencies in the city or at Nikola Tesla Airport that comes with free transportation, free entry to certain museums and places.
Belgrade is a safe city with low petty and violent crime rates but it is still recommended for you to be cautious in crowded areas to avoid pickpocketing and purse snatchings.
Belgrade is one of the most budget-friendly capitals of Europe with many affordable accommodation and dining options.