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Flights to Belgrade (BEG) from 52 GBP

Flights to Belgrade (BEG) from 52 GBP

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Istanbul (SAW) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 16/10/2018
from 52 GBP

Izmir (ADB) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 13/11/2018
from 66 GBP

Ankara (ESB) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 30/09/2018
from 66 GBP

Antalya (AYT) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 07/10/2018
from 74 GBP

Lefkosia (ECN) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 30/09/2018
from 83 GBP

Kayseri (ASR) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 18/10/2018
from 66 GBP

Plan ahead to get the lowest fares on flights to Belgrade

Best fares for flights found by others

Istanbul (SAW) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 16/10/2018
from 52 GBP

Ankara (ESB) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 30/09/2018
from 66 GBP

Kayseri (ASR) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 18/10/2018
from 66 GBP

Izmir (ADB) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 13/11/2018
from 66 GBP

Antalya (AYT) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 07/10/2018
from 74 GBP

Tbilisi (TBS) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 16/11/2018
from 79 GBP

Lefkosia (ECN) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 30/09/2018
from 83 GBP

Abu Dhabi (AUH) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 29/11/2018
from 110 GBP

Doha (DOH) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 15/11/2018
from 111 GBP

Tehran (IKA) Belgrade (BEG)

Departure date 16/10/2018
from 118 GBP

Traveling to Belgrade (BEG)

Belgrade, or the ‘White City’, is an attractive destination for millions of tourists due to its vibrant nightlife and cultural heritage. Check Pegasus fares for the cheapest Belgrade flights. Operating regular flights to Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, Pegasus has special offers for you to discover one of the oldest settlements of Europe. This previously war-torn city boasts a captivating history, warm citizens, and inspiring natural beauty.

Places to Visit in Belgrade

  • Nikola Tesla Museum: Discover more about the life and work of Nikola Tesla, a renowned scientist.
  • Church of Saint Sava: The largest Orthodox Church in the world mesmerises visitors with the high level of exterior detail and enthralling architecture.
  • Belgrade Fortress: Located in Kalemegdan, it still towers before visitors, despite the destruction wrought during all the battles fought for it.
  • Ada Ciganlija: Travel to this island on Sava River to enjoy trekking paths and dine by the river.
  • Gardoš Tower: Just 7 km from the city centre, this structure offers a perfect view of the sunset as well as breath-taking cityscapes.

What to Eat in Belgrade?

  • Karadjordjeva: Commonly made of veal, Karadjordjeva is a must-try type of schnitzel.
  • Ćevapi: Meatballs are called Ćevapi in Belgrade.
  • Krempita: A Serbian dessert made of cream and cake, the soft texture and decadent taste create an unforgettable combination.
  • Kobasice: Serbia has numerous types of sausages; kobasice is their general name. Do not forget to try all the different types of meat.

Where to Eat in Belgrade?

  • Republic Square: Find affordable and good restaurants in this central location.
  • Karadordev Park: Many dining and wining options await.
  • Svetogorska: Restaurants specialising in Serbian cuisine line this street.

Belgrade from the Sky

Divided by the Sava River and its blue lights, Belgrade is city where urbanization meets nature. Thanks to excellent city planning, you have many remarkable views to see. With its historical artefacts and bridges, Belgrade is the perfect background for your holiday photos.

Transportation in Belgrade

As Belgrade is a medium-sized city, you could walk to many locations. Otherwise, take a bus, tram, or minibus to get around the city; of course, taking a taxi is always an option as well.

Belgrade Emergency Telephone Numbers

  • Country Code: +381
  • Ambulance: 194
  • Police: 192
  • Fire: 193
  • Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG): +381 11 2094444