Practical information


Belgrade airport “Nikola Tesla” is located approximately 20 km from the city center. Depending on the traffic and bus lines, it takes about 30 to 60 minutes to reach the airport.  Participants can use the following options:


For the use of taxi services from Belgrade “Nikola Tesla” Airport, please contact the city service TAXI INFO desk, located in the baggage reclaim area.  Fare is around 15-20 EUR, but make sure you take a voucher for the taxi at the TAXI INFO desk which specifies the price of the ride.


Minibus A1:

Minibus goes from the airport to the Slavija Square. Ticket price is less then 3 EUR.

Timetable and the route map of the A1 minibus

The Hilton Hotel is located 2 minutes walk from the A1 bus stop at the Slavija Square. The Metropol Palace is around 1 km away and it can be reached by foot (approximately 15 min. walk),  or by the tram number 3 (direction Omladinski stadion). Metropol Hotel is one stop from Slavia Square.

You can see both paths from the Slavia Square to the hotels HERE



Workshop will be held in Metropol Palace Hotel, in Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra street, number 69.

You can learn more about the hotel here




Participants will be accommodated in Metropol Palace Hotel and Hilton Hotel (4th and 5th June).

Hotels are close to each other, both are close to the city centre and approximately 20 km from the “Nikola Tesla” Belgrade airport.

Please note that rooms in hotels are booked for the nights of 4th and 5th June and that these two nights will be included in the price of the package. In case an additional night is needed, the participants themselves are responsible for booking and payment of the additional night, by contacting the hotel directly. 

Contact emails for the hotels are as follows:

Hotel Hilton –

Hotel Metropol –

If you want to stay longer in Belgrade and wish to use a different hotel, you can find all available hotels in Belgrade here.


Currency of the Republic of Serbia is Serbian dinar (RSD). Approximately, you can get 118 dinars for 1 euro (April 2018.) Always check the daily course in order to get the precise information. All the payment should be in dinars, because, generally shops should not receive another currency. All visitors are advised to exchange currency only at accredited places. It is both risky and illegal to attempt to do so in the street.

The majority of banks have 24-hour ATM’s some of which can also exchange foreign currency. Money can be exchanged at official exchange offices, which are clearly labeled and they are numerous in every city. Individual banks and exchange offices are free to set their own rates, but they must be clearly displayed. Rates offered at exchange offices are generally better than those available in the banks, at the airport and in hotels. Besides the cash, you can use all major debit and credit cards in most places.



The capital city of Serbia, Belgrade (Beograd), has been for centuries the crossroads between the East and the West, creating a unique fusion of traditions, styles and influences. The city was built on the confluence of the rivers Sava and Danube, has seen many who tried to conquer it through the ages, but in the end, it conquers everybody with its charm and spirit. Every day this “White City” (in Serbian Beograd translates as beo – white and grad – city) surprises not only its guests but also its two million inhabitants offering new experiences, discoveries, and contrasts. If you are visiting the capital of Serbia for a couple of days, you can download this useful guide of Belgrade, provided by Tourist Organization of Belgrade.




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