Tash-inn Hostel Belgrade

Boulevard of King Alexandar 61, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia
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Flights from England to Belgrade

by Malcolm_Ostermeyer

Hi Folks;
We live in Northern England. It's easy to fly to Schipol, for example, and other European hub airports. Has anyone any suggestions for routes from Europe to Belgrade, rather than flying from Heathrow?

Re: Flights from England to Belgrade

by MacedonianUK

www.germanwings.com have special offers to Belgrade from Hanover, Cologne & Studgart at the moment,
I gess if you can make your way to Cologne, with Ryanair to Weeze-Dusseldorf, than take train to Cologne you can fly for pinuts. At the moment one way is €39.
Also BA have cheap flights from Gatwick direct to Belgrade, but problem is getting from North of England down. Unless you are near Leeds/Bradford airport and take jet2.com to the city Airport in London than take Gatwick express to the airport.
Once you arrive to Nikola Tesla airport in Belgrade there is Airport shuttle to the Center of Belgrade-old Town.
www.nadlanu.com is good site to find good restaurants & more in Belgrade.
also chek www.beograd.rs.
Hope this helps.

Re: Flights from England to Belgrade

by HansDK

There are no direct flights from Schiphol to Belgrade.

An option could be SWISS from Manchester to Belgrade via Zurich.

Re: Flights from England to Belgrade

by Andrew_W_K

We are going to Belgrade in October the cheap way! Fly to Budapest and take the train. For 2 people it works out about £130 (if you get a good deal) including the return train fare. BA to Belgrade is £350 ish. The downside is spending 7 hours on the train though.

Re: Flights from England to Belgrade

by Malcolm_Ostermeyer

Thanks - sorry but my wife is 60, chronically ill and not 100% mobile. That kind of trip with hours on a train would be totally beyond her. Thanks anyway.

Re: Flights from England to Belgrade

by Andrew_W_K

Oh, sorry to hear that Malcolm. Sadly you have 2 options then for direct flights: BA and JAT both are expensive.

Re: Flights from England to Belgrade

by MacedonianUK

Malcom try CSA. Goes via Prague.
But I still think that germanwings connection via Cologne is best option.
Happy travels.

Re: Flights from England to Belgrade

by willedw

I have just seen your question. I fly to Belgrade reasonably frequently, but always from Heathrow. I can recommend that you look at travellazy.com which will give you the prices for all UK airports to Belgrade.

Travel Tips for Belgrade

About Belgrade

by Prasnjavi

"The sky above Belgrade is wide and high, unstable but always beautiful; even during winter serenities with their icy splendour; even during summer storms when the whole of it turns into a single gloomy cloud which, driven by the mad wind, carries the rain mixed with the dust of panonian plain; even in spring when it seems that it also blooms, along with the ground; even in autumn when it grows heavy with the autumn stars in swarms. Always beautiful and rich, as a compensation to this strange town for everything that isn't there, and a consolation because of everything that shouldn't be there.

But the greatest splendour of that sky above Belgrade, that are the sunsets. In autumn and in summer, they are broad and bright like desert mirages, and in winter they are smothered by murky clouds and dark red hazes. And in every time of year frequently come the days when the flame of that sun setting in the plain, between the rivers beneath Belgrade, gets reflected way up in the high celestial dome, and it breaks there and pours down over the scattered town. Then, for a moment, the reddish tint of the sun paints even the remotest corners of Belgrade and reflects into the windows, even of those houses it otherwise poorly illuminates".

Ivo Andric, Serbian Nobel prise laureate

Yugoslavia has a hardline...

by Tocco

Yugoslavia has a hardline communist history. Mashall Tito is one of the most famious leaders of the 20th century. He ruled with an iron fist and the world respected him. But as all communist leaders and beliefs they are a thing of the past.

Information Office

by jckim

Very friendly information office
about city of Beograd and area,
run with small souvenir shop. Knez Mihailova Street 18,
Phone: 629-992
(09.00-21.00, sat. 09.00-17.00, sun. 11.00-17.00)

The Parliament

by Aurorae

This is the federal Parliament building (skupština). It is the most "unwanted" place, as it is the source of all the crap that is going on in this country :)) in fact, not anymore, since the union between Serbia & Montenegro is just a formality, and this place is just a picturesque building nowadays.
it was the most popular during the "revolution" of 5th of October 2000, when Miloševic' was finally kicked out, as there was a huge protest in front of it, with tear gas, police, running demonstrants and people breaking inside (my minority suffered from a tear gas troubles!) and eventually a man entered inside with a tractor!?!?!?

"POLITIKA" newspapers

by Prasnjavi

Basic Facts On "Politika"
"Politika" (Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro) is the oldest newspaper publisher in the Balkans - founded in 1904 - and one of the oldest in Europe! "Politika" Corporation consists of three companies:
- Parent company "Politika AD," joint-stock company with majority of its capital privately owned;
- "Politika Newspapers & Magazines" (PNM), founded on March 1, 2002 as a 50%: 50% joint venture between Politika AD and "Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung" (W.A.Z.) from Essen, Germany;
- Television and radio broadcasting company "RTV Politika" where "Politika AD" is the majority stockholder.
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PNM has three daily newspapers, "Politika" being the oldest and most respectable daily in Southeast Europe and the Balkans. Readers are mainly the middle class people, all political parties politicians, businessmen and intellectuals. "Ekspres" is the evening paper, and "Sportski Zurnal" (Sports Journal) is dedicated to sports. Beside these dailies PNM also publishes 14 magazines - weeklies, bi-weeklies, and monthlies. In its printing house there are three new offset presses for daily newspapers printing. In Serbia and Montenegro PNM owns about 1,100 newsstands.
Next to the existing main office building it owns a lot where a new office building of 12-14,000 square metres area could be built. In the Belgrade Industrial Zone, Krnjaca, by the River Danube and a highway it owns 14 hectares of land and 40,000 square metres area printing house, gravure publication printing presses, and power and heat generation units. There is also possibility for construction of additional facilities for various purposes.
"RTV Politika" was founded in 1990. It has its own broadcasting frequencies and transmitters that cover most of the Serbian territory (more than 90% of the Serbian population). Next years will see its expansion into major multi-media enterprise as per "Politika AD" managing board decision.


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