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Live the impact of Serbia’s history with cheap flights to Belgrade from Travelstart South Africa. Belgrade is the capital of Serbia and the largest city in the Balkan nation. Having witnessed the ravages of the war, the city of Belgrade still exudes a romantic spirit, evident today in its majestic Ottoman architecture and neoclassic buildings. 
It’s one of the oldest European cities and satiates visitors with its natural charm and awesome positioning where the rivers Danube and Sava meet. The riversides offer a great view and ambience for tourists. Simply soaking in the sun, seeing the ripples in the river and the throbbing city life on its banks leave you pleasantly elevated. In the evenings, the barges in the river hint you to party hard and enjoy the cool breeze of the river. It is a mesmerising view from the barge - the twinkling city lights, the buzzing streets, and the magnificent bridges! Forts, zoo, palaces, museums, religious buildings, street markets, adventure; Belgrade offers a well-rounded experience for everyone. Book cheap Belgrade flights with Travelstart and get ready to enjoy the city's cultural heritage, and its moderate continental climate. 

Visa Requirements and SA Embassy Details

  • South African Passport holders do require a Travel Visa for Belgrade and Serbia.
  • The South African High Commission to Serbia is on a non-residential basis. The official relations with Serbia are managed through the South African Embassy in Athens, Greece. Address: 60 Kiffissias Avenue, 15125, Marousi, Athens, Greece. Postal Address: P.O. Box 61152, GR 115-10, Athens, Greece. Phone: +30-210-617 8020 and Fax: +30-210-610 6640. 

See and do

Enjoy boundless nature at the Ada Ciganlija Island situated in the Sava River. For history buffs, Belgrade boasts many building of historical significance and museums. Kalemegdan Citadel or Belgrade Fort, Palace of Princess Ljubice, Sveti Sava, Sveti Marko, Crkva Svetog Marka and Saint Petka's Chapel are some cherished buildings. 
Dig into history at the Nikola Tesla Museum, National Museum, Museum of Aviation, and Military Museum. Skadarska and Stari Grad is a couple of fascinating villages in Belgrade. Enjoy Belgrade’s buzzing markets, restaurants & café culture, and a football match at the Red Star Stadium. 
Public transport in Belgrade operates 7 days a week from 4:00am to midnight. Buses, trams, and trolleybuses are the primary modes of public transport in Belgrade. 

Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport – BEG 

Airport Location: Surcin, Serbia.
Food and beverage: A couple of restaurants & cafes and 4 bars are available at Belgrade Airport.
Currency Exchange: Alpha Bank Srbija a.d., Beogradski Rent-a-Car, Milan Popov, and Mobil & Auto have one counter each for currency exchange. 
Lost Baggage Help: Call the airport's Lost & Found Service on +381 11 209 4854. The service is available 7 days of the week, 8:00-15:00 and 15:00-20:00. 
Airport Hotel: Hotels like Hyatt Regency, Holiday Inn, and Zlatnik are situated near the Belgrade Airport.
Car Hire: Europcar, Alamo Rent a Car, AVIS, Budget, Dollar, Hertz, and Sixt are some Belgrade Airport car rental providers.
Airport Hub: Belgrade Airport – BEG is a hub for Jat Airways.


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