How to reach Belgrade?

By plane

The Belgrade airport 'Nikola Tesla' is situated 18 km west of Belgrade. All major international and several low-cost airlines have regular service to Belgrade. Updated flight information is available here.
Detailed instructions how to get from the Belgrade Airport to the city center are given below or at this website.

     Getting to Belgrade from the airport "Nikola Tesla"

  • Car transfer
  • Participants are advised to book a Car transfer through our Technical organizer (email: The price per direction per vehicle is 30 EUR, and the maximum number of passengers in the vehicle is 3. In the email please provide flight details (arrival flight number, date, and time (00-24h) and departure flight number, date, and time (00-24h)). In reply to your email, The Panacomp agency will confirm your transfer booking. 
  • Bus and Taxi
  • From the airport to the city center take the fast  mini-bus A1 line  (ticket price around 400 RSD/3.5 EUR), departing every 20 min in the rush-hour, that takes you to the Slavija square which is 2km from the conference venue.
    Another option is bus 72 which takes a long time to travel from the airport to the center of Belgrade but its last stop Zeleni Venac is the closest to the conference venue (approx. 500m).
    Taxi from the airport has a fixed-rate price of 3000 RSD (25 EUR) and the service is ordered exclusively by taking a taxi-voucher (details available here). Find a taxi counter in arrivals hall as soon as you exit the custom control and the restricted area and take the voucher.
    * Please note that there may be some illegal taxi drivers that will offer services at the arrival hall.

By bus

International bus lines operate to all neighboring and most European countries on a daily basis. The timetable can be found here.

By car

Belgrade is located at the intersection of the European E-70 and E-75 highways. Foreign drivers in Serbia are required to have a national driver's license, traffic permit, and an insurance policy. It is compulsory to use daytime running lights or dipped headlights during the day. Parking in the city center at public places and in garages is limited, more information can be found here.

Public transportation in Belgrade

The one bus-ride ticket is 50 RSD (approx 0.40 EUR) and for a daily ticket, the price is 120 RSD (1 EUR). Tickets can be purchased through the Beograd plus application (Google Play AppGalery AppStore), and the payment can be made by credit card. Please be aware that the option of paying by sending SMS code is not operating for most of the foreign mobile networks. All rides between 00h - 04h are free!


Partial list of countries that do not need visa for Serbia: EU and most of other European countries, USA, Canada, Singapore, Republic of Korea, Russia, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. For detailed list please check here.

If your country needs a visa to travel to Serbia, please write to organizers at
All requests from legitimate scientific establishments indicating genuine connection to the conference will be granted a letter of invitation required to obtain a visa. Please note that the time to obtain a visa may take a few weeks. More information about visas can be found here.


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