|Most popular in||August||High demand for flights, 20% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||November||Best time to find cheap flights, 5% potential price drop|
|Average price||Rp 12,823,020||Price for this month|
|Cheapest price||Rp 11,621,735||From Jakarta to Belgrade|
Flight times from the United Kingdom to Belgrade range from 2h 40m – 4h 30m, depending on the origin airport. The quickest flight from Heathrow to Belgrade is 2h 40m, while the quickest flight from Manchester (one-stop) is 4h 30m. You’ll also find one-stop Belgrade flight deals from Glasgow International Airport that take roughly 4h 50m. However, some flights may take as long as 6 hours depending on the number of stops (two or more) and the duration of the layover.
You can get direct flights to Belgrade from London Heathrow. Air Serbia flies the route daily with flight times ranging from 2h 40m – 3h 05m. Although Gatwick Airport doesn’t provide direct flights, it services several one-stop flights to Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, Belgrade. You’ll find several one-stop options offered by airlines like easyJet, British Airways, Lufthansa, and Montenegro Airlines.
Taxis provide an easy way of getting to the city centre in 20 to 30 minutes. Uber or Lyft is currently unavailable, but the airport provides a Taxi Info desk at the baggage reclaim area. If you prefer to drive, you can rent a car at the airport. You’ll find several car rental agencies located at Terminal 2 (international arrivals area) and the ground floor of Terminal1. A third option for getting to the city is to take a bus. Bus line 72 starts at the airport and runs to the city center. The trip takes roughly 30 to 40 minutes.
Belgrade, Serbia offers a little of something for almost everyone. The city is home to several historic sites and tourist attractions, including the centuries-old Belgrade Fortress and the Church of St Sava, one of the largest Orthodox temples in the world. Belgrade is also famous for its nightlife. You can head to Skadarlija for some local cuisine or swing by the bars and night clubs at Cetinjska. During the summer, Ada Ciganlija (or the Sea of Belgrade) provides a relaxed spot for picnics, tennis or lakeside games. Tašmajdan Park is a popular pick with families and is conveniently situated close to the Children’s Belgrade Cultural Center. And for scenic hikes or a spectacular view of the city, Mountain Avala is a must-visit.
A visa isn’t required for tourist visits to Belgrade that lasts 90 days or less. However, you’ll need a British passport that’s valid for the proposed duration of the stay. Visitors must also register with the local police in Belgrade within 24 hours of their arrival in Serbia. For visits that last more than 90 days, travelers will need to obtain a temporary resident permit from the Serbian embassy, high commission, or consulate.