How to get from Belgrade Airport to City Centre
After landing at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG), there are three ways to get to the city centre of Belgrade. You can choose between taxi, bus and mini-bus for your Belgrade city centre transport. Belgrade Airport has a regulated taxi office in which all official airport taxi companies are registered. A Belgrade airport taxi trip is the easiest mean of transport and takes around 25 minutes and the taxi fare is 15€ (1800RSD) when traveling to Taxi Zone 2 which covers Belgrade city centre. If you prefer to travel by public transport, you have two transfer options. You can take mini-bus A1 from the airport to the city centre. Mini-bus A1 takes you to Slavija Square in the city centre. Journey duration is 30 minutes and a single ticket costs 2.55€ (300RSD). Alternatively, take Bus Line 72 from Belgrade Airport to Zeleni Venac Square. The trip duration is 35 minutes and a single ticket is 0.76€ (89RSD) when purchased at the kiosk before boarding or 1.28€ (150RSD) when purchased on board.
Comparison of the options
| OPTION|| PRICE|| DURATION|| AVAILABILITY|
| Mini-bus || €5.10|| 30min|| 24/7|
| Taxi || €15|| 25min|| 24/7|
| Bus || €1.52|| 35min|| 04:40–23:40|
How to get from Belgrade Airport to city centre by mini-bus
Taking the mini-bus from Belgrade Airport to the city centre is an affordable transfer option. Mini-bus A1 leaves from outside the Arrivals hall towards Slavija Square in the city centre. The mini-bus operates 7 days a week from 00:00 am to 23.40cpm roughly every 50 minutes. Journey duration is 30 minutes and a single ticket costs 2.55€ (300RSD).
How much is the mini-bus ticket from Belgrade Airport to the city centre of Belgrade?
The ticket price for a single passenger is 2.55€ (300RSD). You can buy the ticket on board from the driver, paying in the local currency.
*Service is more frequent during peak times.
A1 mini-bus to the city centre of Belgrade operates 24/7 and there is a service roughly every 50 minutes. Frequency depends on the time of day.
Where do I get it from?
All mini-buses and buses leave from a bus stop located outside the Arrivals hall. When you land, follow the signs to the Exit after you get through Immigration and Baggage Claim. You will see the bus stop when you exit the terminal.
Taking mini-bus A1 to the city centre of Belgrade from the Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG) is not the most convenient transport option. Buses do not run very frequently and you may have to wait for more than 60 minutes during non-peak times or during the night. The space on board is rather limited too, so if you're traveling with heavy luggage you may find yourself struggling with storage space.
A1 mini-bus night service is quite sporadic and mini-buses are not frequent. If you arrive late at night you may want to consider other transport options to Belgrade city centre.
You can ask about A1 mini-bus running times at the Airport Information Points.
During peak service times service is more frequent, but there's a chance you don't get to board the mini-bus if the bus stop is crowded.
You can only pay in the local currency (RSD) to buy a mini-bus ticket to the city centre of Belgrade.
How to get from Belgrade Airport to city centre by taxi
Belgrade Airport has introduced a new taxi booking system to tackle the challenge of unofficial taxi drivers. All official taxi companies are registered with the airport and you can book a taxi ride as soon as you land. Taxis run 24/7 and you can get one from the taxi ranks outside the Arrivals hall. You first have to get a slip at the TAXI INFO counters at Baggage Claim Hall. Pay a fixed price depending on your destination and board the first available taxi showing the driver your slip. The taxi fare to the city centre of Belgrade is 15€ (1800RSD) when traveling to Taxi Zone 2 with up to four passengers in total. The taxi trip to the city is 25 minutes.
Taxi fare from Belgrade Airport to city centre
Belgrade Airport has introduced a fixed-fare scheme for taxi rides from the airport to all destinations. Your taxi fare depends on the zone to which your final destination belongs. City centre locations are included in Zone 2 and the taxi fare is 15€ (1800RSD) for a ride with up to 4 passengers in total.
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Getting a taxi to the city centre of Belgrade is a very convenient transport option. Taxis run 24/7, so regardless of the time of arrival there will be plenty of taxis waiting at the taxi ranks. Booking a taxi ride at the TAXI INFO counters guarantees a safe and fixed-fare trip to your exact destination in the city centre of Belgrade.
Unauthorized drivers may approach you at Belgrade Airport to offer you a ride to the city centre. Always choose an official airport taxi provider to avoid unexpected charges.
Familiarize yourself with the official taxi companies operating at Belgrade Airport to make sure you board an official vehicle.
Remember to hand the driver your slip indicating your fixed fare and destination. This way you make sure you don't pay more than you should.
How to get from Belgrade Airport to city centre by bus
Taking a bus to the city centre of Belgrade is the most affordable transport option when traveling from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. Public Bus 72 starts at Belgrade Airport and terminates at Zeleni Venac Square. Bus service 72 is available every day from 04.40 am to 23.40 pm. Buses run every 30 minutes and the trip duration is 35 minutes under normal traffic. A single ticket is 0.76€ (89RSD) when purchased at the kiosk before boarding or 1.28€ (150RSD) when purchased on board.
How much is the bus ticket from Belgrade Airport to the city centre of Belgrade?
A single ticket costs 0.76€ (89RSD) when purchased at the kiosk before boarding or 1.28€ (150RSD) when purchased on board.
*Traffic can affect your trip to Belgrade city centre. The journey can take up to 60 minutes or more under heavy traffic during peak times.
Bus line 72 runs every 30 minutes Monday to Sunday between 04.40 am - 23.40 pm.
Where do I get it from?
All buses leave from a bus stop located outside the Arrivals hall. When you land, follow the signs to the Exit after you get through Immigration and Baggage Claim. You will see the bus stop when you exit the terminal.
Bus 72 is a quite convenient transport option if you travel light and arrive at Belgrade Airport during the day. The terminal stop, Zeleni Venac Square, is a big transport hub and this can help you transfer to your final destination in Belgrade or elsewhere in Serbia. Buses run every 30 minutes and there's usually enough luggage space. The service can be affected by traffic, so reaching the city centre of Belgrade may take longer than expected.
During peak times, Bus 72 may run every 20 minutes instead to account for increased demand.
Keep an eye on your luggage, when traveling on board Bus 72. The service can get busy and pickpockets can use the opportunity.
You need Serbian Dinars (RSD) to buy a bus ticket to the city centre of Belgrade. Foreign curency is not accepted to use this service.