University of Belgrade

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2015 Congress and Forum, 23 April, Belgrade

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TRANSPORTATION

Transport From the International Airport “Nikola Tesla”

There are a few travel options when traveling between Belgrade airport “Nikola Tesla” and the city center.

Mini bus A1 - Runs every 20 minutes. The end point is Slavija square (TrgSlavija). A ticket can be purchased from the bus driver at the price of 300 dinars.

GSP bus 72 – Runs every 30 minutes. The end point is Zelenivenac. A ticket can be purchased at a kiosk or from the bus driver at the price of 72 and 150 dinars, respectively.

You will find the bus stop just outside the terminal (-1 level).

You may also take a TAXIto your destination. Please make sure to order yourself a taxi at the Taxi Info stand at the airport.One of the stands is exactly in front of the exit door of the International Arrivals hall(-1 level). You will immediately get a receipt, and you will pay at the end of the ride.

Please be carefulabout independently taking among the many taxies waiting in front of the airport, as you might be overcharged.

Just in case, here are the contact details of some of the official city taxi companies, where you can prearrange your transport from the airport to the city center:

Belgrade International Airport “Nikola Tesla”

Transport by Car

If you decide to come to Serbia by car, please bear in mind the recent tragic and unprecedented floods throughout our country and the region. Flooding has destroyed or damaged many public roads, so please drive carefully and have in mind that your GPS may not have all the updated information on current road conditions and availability.

At the following link, under the section “List of Impassable Roads Affected By Flooding” you can find updated information on the roads in Serbia: http://www.amss.org.rs

Public Parking

To find a spot for parking in Belgrade might be a bit of a challenge, especially downtown, but this is common in all capital cities around the world.

If you're staying for a shorter period and don't have time to look for a place the best solution is to head for one of the car parks (usually listed as a "garage" or garaža in Serbian) which charge by the commenced hour. You will get a ticket when entering; with the same ticket you will pay at the machine and then insert the receipt at a machine at the exit ramp.

Parking zones signs in Belgrade

Most of the city centre is divided into parking zones which have limited stay from one to three hours between 7am and 9pm Monday to Friday and to 2pm on Saturdays.

There are two ways to pay for parking in Belgrade.
The easiest one is to send a text message containing your registration number (without spacing between characters) to the number 9111, 9112 or 9113 depending on the zone you’re parked in; in a few seconds you will receive a message confirming payment.
In the second and third zone you can prolong your stay after the first or second hour.

Second option is to buy a parking ticket at a kiosk or a corner store, fill in the details and leave the ticket displayed in the windshield.

If parked incorrectly your car will be towed away. In such a case you should call Parking servis to ask where your vehicle is or you can check it online.

There are three places where your car might be:
Starosajmište (New Belgrade side of the Tram bridge), Slavija, Vidin Gate (eastern edge of the Fortress), Ada Ciganlija (near to the Radnička St).

In order to get it back you will have to go there and pay the fine.

For information on prices, hours, addresses of public garages and public car parks, and other useful information on parking in Belgrade, please see the website of the Public Parking Service.

Please take a look at the following Google map with the most relevant points of interest, including the route from the airport to the city center, as well as public parking lots and garages nearby the venue.