Information & Facts
Taxis are freely available at the airport. Taxi fare to the city
centre is generally YUM 1000 for the 20 minute drive. Passengers
are advised against using these taxis for areas outside of Belgrade
as charges are unreasonably high. Travellers should also be wary of
unlicensed drivers and touts who routinely overcharge tourists.
Numerous local and international car rental agencies are
represented at the airport, including Alamo, Avis, Budget, Hertz,
National, Sixt and Thrifty.
Travel time into the city centre is about 20 minutes by bus or
taxi. Several bus companies operate frequent services to various
points in the city centre, the fare costing around 60 din. Tickets
are sold on the bus. Taxis are freely available at the airport.
Tel: +381 (0)11 209 4000.
RSD 1,000 (international), RSD 500
The airport features several banks and exchange bureau, as well
as ATMs, most situated in the International Arrivals hall. There
are two restaurants, a bar and snack kiosks at the airport. Several
shops, selling everything from jewellery to foreign newspapers and
souvenirs, are available in the main hall and duty free goods can
be purchased beyond the passport control point. Several tourist
information agencies have desks in the arrivals area, and the
airport has excellent medical facilities.
Serbian is the official language.
The currency of Serbia is the Serbian Dinar (RSD), which is
divided into 100 para. Dinars are not accepted in Kosovo, where the
Euro is the official currency and there are no money exchange
facilities. Credit cards and travellers cheques are accepted by
most of the larger hotels and shops in Serbia. There are money
exchange machines in Belgrade that accept Sterling, US Dollars and
Euros. ATMs in the cities usually accept international bank
The airport consists of a single terminal building divided into
Local time is GMT +2 (March to September); GMT +1 (October to