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Belgrade „Nikola Tesla“ International Airport (BEG)
Nikola Tesla airport is the main gateway to Serbia.
„Nikola Tesla“ International Airport .
At the moment Belgrade has direct flight connections to/from over 40 throughout Europe, and over 70 worldwide. In the next two years, additional 20 direct lines are expected. There are 21 airline companies operating at Belgrade Airport, including 5 low-cost carriers (EasyJet, Wizz Air, Transavia, Norwegian, Flydubai). Over 5 million passengers per year made Belgrade the fastest growing Airport in Europe. The second international airport in Serbia is Constantine the Great, and it is located in Southern Serbia, near city of Nis, just 2-hour drive via highway to Belgrade, with 11 destinations directly connected and 4 low-cost carriers (Ryanair, Wizz Air, Germania, and Swiss) After landing, all delegates will be welcomed at our EuCo welcome desk at the airport and guided to the scheduled shuttle buses. All transfers from/to Belgrade and Nis Airport will be organized for all delegates.
International Bus and Train Transport .
Belgrade is located in South-Eastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula, at the crossroads of Eastern and Western Europe. Due to its position it was rightfully named “Gates of the Balkans” and the “Doors of Middle Europe”. Therefore, the capital city of Serbia can be easily reached either by road, plane, bus or train. The capital city, Belgrade, has regular and direct bus and rail connections with capital cities in Central and Eastern Europe. Regular bus lines connect Belgrade with all parts of Serbia and the world. International bus lines operate to all neighboring and most European countries. International lines: BAS tourist. A well developed network of railways connects Belgrade with all parts of Europe, by daily, as well as overnight trains. “Serbian Railways” provides the following commercial discounts: Inter Rail, Euro Domino, Railplus, Balkan Flexipass, Easy Travel Card, Euro<26, City Star and the Unified Balkans Tariff.
Visa Law & Policy .
- Entry Requirements / Visas
Serbia has one of the most liberal visa polices in Europe, thus enabling delegates from both EU and non-EU countries to attend the EUCO 2019 without any visa procedure issues and additional costs.
- Citizens of the following countries do not need to obtain visas:
Citizens of the following countries may enter the Republic of Serbia using their:
• Identity cards and stay up to 90 days: All European Union countries, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland, Macedonia, Montenegro, Norway, and Switzerland.
• A valid passport and stay up to 90 days: Albania, Andorra, Belarus, Moldova, Monaco, Israel, Russian Federation, San Marino, Turkey, and Ukraine.
Delegates holding a valid Schengen, UK and other EU Member States’ visa, or a visa of the United States of America, are able to enter Serbia without any additional visa procedures. The visa regime has recently been even more liberalized for 10 additional countries, a trend that Serbia will follow in the coming years. Nationals of other Countries will need to obtain a visa by meeting the following requirements: Delegates coming from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia will need to apply for a visa to enter Serbia, providing documents below:
• Valid Passport
• One of the following: a letter of invitation (verified by the appropriate Serbian authority), an invitation from a company for a business visit, a receipt or authorized tourist company certifying that the travel arrangement has been paid (letter of credit or another payment receipt)
• Return ticket
• Proof of sufficient funds in hard currency
• Health Insurance
• Completed visa application, photo, visa fee.
For more details, please visit http://bit.ly/EntryRequirements.