Coming to Belgrade
Belgrade can be reached by plane, train, bus, car or bicycle.
|The Belgrade airport 'Nikola Tesla' is situated 18km west of Belgrade. All major international and several low-cost airlines have regular service to Belgrade. Updated flight information is available here.|
For the participants of PHOTONICA2017 organized transfer from the Airport 'Nikola Tesla' to their hotels (and back) will be available upon request. The transfer will be organized by our technical organizer, Panacomp agency. If you are interested for this type of transfer, please tick "I want transfer from/to airport" in accommodation booking form, and you will be provided with details and quotation to your e-mail.
Detail information about public transportation and taxi from the airport to the city centre can be found here. For assistance and information about public transportation and taxi, you can address to the tourist information centre at the airport (see map here). If you take the taxi from the airport, note that the price of taxi transportation from the airport to the city centre is approximately 1800 dinars (around 17 Euros).
|A well developed network of railways connects Belgrade with all parts of Europe, by daily, as well as overnight trains. Timetable can be found here.|
|International bus lines operate to all neighbouring and most European countries on daily bases. Timetable can be found here.|
|Belgrade is located at the intersection of the European E-70 and E-75 highways. Foreign drivers in Serbia are required to have a national driver's license, traffic permit and an insurance policy. It is compulsory to use daytime running lights or dipped headlights during the day. More information can be found here.|
Belgrade lies at the section of the Danube Bike Trail (DBT) through Serbia that bears the designation EuroVelo-Route 6. This means that it lies on the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) Atlantic – Black Sea route. More information can be found here.
Information about public transport and taxi within Belgrade can be found here.
Partial list of countries that do not need visa for Serbia: EU and most of other European countries, USA, Canada, Singapore, Republic of Korea, Russia, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. For detailed list please check here.
All requests from legitimate scientific establishments indicating genuine connection to the conference, sent to photonica2017 AT ipb.ac.rs, will be granted a letter of invitation required to obtain a visa. Please note that the time to obtain a visa may take a few weeks. More information about visas can be found here.