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9 nights in Belgrade, departing London Heathrow on 21 / Oct / 2019 with Aegean Airlines (price found 36 hours ago)

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Belgrade
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Serbia and Montenegro

What you need to know before flying to Serbia and Montenegro in a nutshell

Calling all history buffs

When you book cheap flights to Serbia get ready to step into a world filled with ancient, architectural wonders and a fascinating history. Wander through the Upper and Lower Town of Belgrade before visiting the medieval Belgrade Fortress. Take a tour through Smederevo Castle, walk among the city ruins at Viminacium Archaeological Site or take a dip in Ada Lake. Head south to visit the Iron Gates Gorge or the ancient Golubac Fortress, which was built into the hillside long ago. In the north, you can visit Novi Sad, a town known for its museums, swimming holes and Petrovaradin Fortress, one of the largest in Europe. Climb to the top of the fortress for a breath-taking view of the Danube River and the city. Don’t miss the EXIT Music Festival, the largest outdoor concert in Europe, which is hosted in the fortress in July.

You can never have too many mountains

The vast Serbian terrain ranges from staggering mountaintops to profound canyons and caves. Trek across a plethora of mountain ranges, including the Dinaric Alps in the west and the Balkan Mountains. If you’re hiking in the Dinaric Alps, stop in small towns like Batak when you’re ready for a quiet getaway. For skiing, head to the Pamporovo Winter Resort. The Balkan and Carpathian Mountains are home to several national parks, such as the Central Balkan National Park and the Sinite Kamani Nature Park.

Rakija along the river

In you’re travelling in the west, be sure to visit the historical city of Nis, which is located on the shores of the Nisava River. The ominous Skull Tower is a must-see as is the beautiful Nis Fortress. Visit a few wineries in the small town of Knjaževac and the surrounding western region. When you hike through the valleys between Mt. Tara and Mt. Zlatibor in Mokra Gora Nature Park, be sure to check out the area’s exquisite wood cabins, village bars, wine and local rakija, a fruit-based liquor.

When to go

No matter what season it is, it’s always a good time to go to Serbia. The autumn months are a perfect time to visit; the countryside is colourful, and the temperature is comfortable. For bibliophiles and music lovers, October is a great time to visit thanks to the Belgrade Book Fair and a popular music festival that both take place during the month.

If you’re seeking warmer weather, head to Serbia during the summer months. In the north, summers are hot, which is perfect for trekking through the Dinaric Alps or attending the EXIT Festival in July. Be sure to book trips well in advance; the summer month are popular with tourists, and prices rise accordingly.

From December to March, conditions are ideal for winter sports, such as skiing and snowboarding, and winter wonderland getaways, especially in the northern part of the country. Although the spring months of May and June are known to have temperate weather, they are also known for being the rainiest months of the year.

Airports and airlines

With Netflights, not only can you easily compare Serbia flights from different airlines, but you can also get helpful flight details, such as baggage handling, seat amenities and stopover locations, to ensure that you’ve found the deal that works best for you.

Flights that depart from the United Kingdom and arrive in Serbia are serviced by the following airlines: Swiss, Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, Air France, Alitalia and Turkish Airlines. It’s a good idea to secure flights for the holidays and popular events (for example, Easter, New Year’s or the EXIT Festival) far in advance to avoid high prices.

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