How to get to Belgrade

Belgrade is the capital of Serbia, located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. The capital of Serbian culture, education and science.

The easiest way to get to Belgrade is by plane, car or bus.


Belgrade has one airport – Nikola Tesla, and it is less than 20 kilometres away from the city.

Please consult the official website or you can download the app for more information:

The distance between Nikola Tesla Airport and the Hilton Hotel in Belgrade is 18.7 km, and is approximately 30 by car.


At the airport, you can pick up a voucher for a taxi ride at the counter. More information.

You can also take a taxi at the taxi stand in front of the airport building.


The bus line that directly connects the airport with the Hilton Hotel is A1 – ECO. The bus stop is practically across the hotel, about a 20-meter walk.

The price of a one-way ticket is 3.5 EUR


If you wish, you can rent a car at the airport. More information.


You can also come to Belgrade by bus. The main bus station is in the outer city center and a few minutes by taxi to the Hilton Hotel.

The official website is:


Belgrade is well connected with neighbouring countries, so you can reach it from the direction of Hungary, North Macedonia and Croatia by highway. If you come by car, you will have toll booths where you can pay the toll in euros.

Approximate distance and travel time from selected European cities to Belgrade:

  • Budapest: 379 km, 4 hours.
  • Zagreb: 396 km, 4 hours.
  • Ljubljana: 532 km, 5 hours 20 minutes
  • Bratislava: 570 km, 5 hours 30 minutes.
  • Vienna: 614 km, 6 hours 15 minutes.
  • Prague: 895 km, 8 hours 50 minutes.
  • Krakow: 881 km, 10 hours.
  • Munich: 940 km, 10 hours.
  • Warsaw: 1 157 km, 13 hours.
  • Rome: 1 282 km, 13 hours, 35 minutes.
  • Kiev: 1 478 km, 17 hours 45 minutes.
  • Brussel: 1 675 km, 17 hours 50 minutes.
  • Paris: 1 807 km, 19 hours.

Visa Info

For EU citizens: a valid personal ID is sufficient to enter Serbia.

For Non-EU citizens: please consult the list of countries, which need a valid visa to enter Serbia. This list can be found on the Serbian Ministry of foreign affairs website.

If you do not find any information concerning your country, we would advise you to contact your Embassy or Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Should you require an official invitation letter for your visa application, please contact Ms. Kristina Radovanović (E: