Here you can find some info that could be useful while planning your trip or during your stay in Belgrade and in Serbia.

Quick facts about Belgrade

Learn a bit about Belgrade before you arrive here. Find out about the location, population, history, time zone, language, currency, electricity voltage, working hours and more.

Getting to Belgrade

Belgrade is located on a key point between the Northwest and the Southeast of Europe, and is easily reachable by land, air and water. Find the best way to travel to Belgrade.

Getting around Belgrade

Belgrade’s public transportation system is not the best, but is still a good and cheap way to discover the city and it’s surroundings. Learn more about the routes of trams, buses and trolleys in Belgrade, the most important stations and how the system works.

Belgrade weather and climate

Take a look at the weather prediction for the next few days, and find out if you should pack a swimming suit, an umbrella or maybe a warm jacket. Belgrade has a continental climate with four seasons, though the weather can get a bit unpredictable and temperature may vary up to 20 degrees within two days.

Safety and Emergency issues

Belgrade is a friendly and welcoming city, probably safer than many other metropolis around the world. However, common sense is advised, and visitors should be aware of their surroundings. On the safety and emergency page you’ll also find the important phone numbers, general health and treatment info and more.

A crash course of Serbian for tourists

Learn some handy words and grab our free Cyrillic to Latin alphabet conversion chart that might come in very handy not only for Serbia, but also other countries with the Cyrillic alphabet.

Public holidays in Serbia

Don’t let the non working days take you by surprise. Find out about the public holidays and national festivities.

Discount cards

There are several discount cards and services available to make your stay in Belgrade more affordable and allow you to enjoy more for less. The most popular ones are City Pass and the European Youth Card (aka. Euro<26).

Keeping in touch

Find out more about how to stay in touch by public or mobile phone, mail or internet.