Flights from Belgrade Nikola Tesla

Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, formerly Belgrade Airport or Surčin Airport, is the international air facility serving Belgrade, Serbia. It was renamed after the Serbian scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla. The airport is located 18 kilometres west of the city centre, and serves as a hub for the national flag carrier and largest Serbian airline, Air Serbia.


Where to go

National Theatre in Belgrade - The national theatre can be found on Republic Square in Belgrade. It was founded in the latter half of the 19th century and in 1983 it was declared a Monument of Culture of Great Importance. The theatre has two halls for performing arts: the Main Stage, with 219 seats on the ground and 3 balconies, and the Raša Plaović Stage, with 281 seats and no balconies. The National Theatre in Belgrade hosts operas, drama, and ballets.


Church of Saint Sava - The Church of Saint Sava is the largest Orthodox Church in the world. It is dedicated to the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Saint Sava. The church is arguably the most monumental building in the city.


Guča Trumpet Festival - The Guča Trumpet Festival, also called the Dragačevo Assembly, is a brass band festival held every year in the town of Guča.


Nikola Tesla Museum - There is a museum in central Belgrade dedicated to the life and work of Nikola Tesla. The museum protects, preserves, and displays over 160,000 original documents, more than 2,000 books and journals, over 1,500 photographs and photo plates of original instruments and apparatus, 1,200 historical technical exhibits, and more than 1,000 drawings. The permanent exhibitions include a memorial exhibition and an interactive exhibition that involves 3D computer-generated models of Nikola Tesla's inventions.


Museum of Applied Art - The museum of Applied Art in Belgrade has collections of over 37,000 works of applied art. The oldest artefects displayed are Ancient Greek coins that date back from 4th century BC. There are seven departments: Metal and Jewellery Department, Textile and Costume Department, Furniture Department, Department of Photography and Applied Graphic Art, Ceramics, Glass and Porcelain Department, Department of Contemporary Applied Art, Department for Architecture, and Urbanism and Architectural Design. 


The Belgian city of Brussels is a breath-taking place to visit. One particularly interesting attraction is Mini-Europe, a park with miniature representations (at the scale of 1:25) of monuments in the European Union. The park also features live action models like cable cars, trains, and the eruption of Mount Vesuvius). If you'd rather see the original iconic structures instead, fly off to Paris, France and be amazed by the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame de Paris, Arc de Triomphe, and other magnificent buildings.


While Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is well connected to the cities of the many countries surrounding Serbia, there are no available flights to long-haul destinations.


How to get out

The scheduled passenger airlines that use the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport include Aegean Airlines, Aeroflot, Air Cairo, Air Serbia, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, B&H Airlines, Belavia, Croatia Airlines, easyJet, easyJet Switzerland, Etihad Airways, FlyDubai, Germanwings, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Montenegro Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Pegasus Airlines, Qatar Airways, Swiss INternational Air Lines, TAP Portugal, TAROM, Tunisair, Turkish Airlines, Vueling, and Wizz Air. Those who want to book a flight out of Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport may choose among the following destinations: Athens, Moscow, Hurghada, Abu Dhabi, Amsterdam, Athens, Berlin, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Prague, Rome, Sarajevo, Milan, Ljubljana, Paris, Sofia, Stockholm, Tel Aviv, Vienna, Minsk, Munich, Oslo, Istanbul, Doha, Geneva, Zurich, Lisbon, and London

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