Flights to Serbia
Cheap flights to Serbia are available with low cost airline Condor via Germany from major American airports such as Phoenix, Seattle, Washington-Baltimore and LAX. Book your flight to Serbia today with Condor and explore the little known delights of this Balkan state.
Serbia which lays at the crossroads of central and south eastern Europe and whilst this landlocked country is not a major tourist destination, its mountain landscapes, world class spas such as Vrnjačka Banja, Soko Banja, and Banja Koviljača as well as vibrant cities such as Belgrade have been attracting curious visitors to Serbia for some time.
Upcoming flights to Serbia
With regular flights to Serbia landing at Belgrade’s Nicola Tesla Airport from major German airports such as Frankfurt-Main, Leipzig-Halle, Berlin-Tegel, Friedrichshafen and Hamburg, Serbia is easy to reach for budget travelers with low cost flights from Condor. Though flight times will vary depending on your point of departure the flight from Frankfurt takes just 1 hour and 55 minutes.
Belgrade’s Nicola Tesla Airport offers a number of options for passengers wishing to travel from the airport into the city. The airport is served by mini bus line A1 to Slavija Square and PTC Belgrade Line 72 to Zeleni venac, both of which reach their destination in 30-40 minutes. Tickets can be purchased from the driver but are cheaper if bought at the airport kiosk. A recently introduced regulated Taxi service offers prices based on six zones, further information can be found from the Taxi Information desk which is located in the baggage reclaim area.
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Top Attractions in Serbia
Đavolja Varoš, or “Devil’s Town”, is an ancient rock formation located near Kuršumlija in the Radan Mountains. Under state protection since 1959, Đavolja Varoš was declared a national monument in 1995 by the Serbian government. In addition to its dramatic columns of earth the area is famous for its two natural springs, Devil’s Water and the Red Well.
The second largest city in Serbia, Novi Sad is situated on the banks of the Danube. With several important museums and galleries, as well as attractions such as as the old town, the city Is an exciting destination which offers a number of annual festivals including the International Novi Sad Literature Festival, Sterijino pozorje (a national drama and heritage event) and the Novi Sad Jazz Festival.
Officially proclaimed as the 'Best Major European festival' at the EU Festival Awards in 2014, a sentiment echoed by a variety of international media outlets, the EXIT music festival takes place in the historic Petrovaradin Fortress on the banks of the Danube. First staged in 2000 as student protest against the then government, the festival has gone from strength to strength and is one of the most popular reasons to take a flight to Serbia.
A mineral spa located in Raška District of Serbia, Vrnjačka Banja is the only hot spring in the world with a temperature which matches that of the human body. Other landmarks in the vicinity include Sopoćani Monastery, with its beautiful frescoes, and the Žiča Monastery which was the first court of the Serbian Archbishop.
An important centre for mining in the Medieval period, a fact attested to by the many ruined fortresses and monasteries in the area, today Kopaonik is Serbia’s premier ski resort with a total of 25 ski lifts. The central plateau in this mountainous region was designated a National Park and is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna whilst the resort area offers a wide variety of bars and restaurants.