Our airport transfer service will take you from the airport to any location in Serbia regardless if it is to the thermal springs or the famous ski resorts. We provide a safe and punctual service with licensed drivers as well as clean and comfortable vehicles. Make an online reservation before you arrive and we will arrange an all-inclusive service at a superior level.
Serbia is a country in Southeast Europe and takes the place of the west-central part of the Balkans. It shares its borders with North Macedonia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and has a population of 7 million people. The country has a warm-humid continental climate, which means that the summers are hot and humid, and the winters are cold.
Some of the things that make Serbia an interesting destination are the distinctive architecture, old Orthodox monasteries and many mineral springs. The official language is Serbian, which is similar to the languages of Croats, Bosniaks, and Montenegrins. The national currency is the Serbian Dinar (RSD).
The Serbian public transport network consists of many bus and railway stations and covers a total length of 45.419 kilometres. It includes buses, trains and a lot of taxi companies. The driving is on the right side of the road.
The capital of Serbia is Belgrade and has a population of 1.23 million people. The territory of the city consists of 17 municipalities, and all of them have their local council. The town has many attractions to offer. Some of them are the Kalemegdan Fortress, Belgrade’s most romantic spot, The Church of Saint Sava, and Skadarlija, where you will find some of the best restaurants.
Belgrade has an extensive public transport system that consists of local buses, trams, trolleybuses, S-train, commuter rails and taxis.
The most massive mountain range in the country is Kopaonik. If skiing or winter sports are your thing, we provide airport transfers to the ski resorts in Kopaonik. Another popular ski resort in Serbia is the town Zlatibor.
Novi Sad is the second-most populous city in Serbia. The top attractions in the town include the massive Petrovaradin Fortress, Danube Park and the Museum of Vojvodina. In the third-largest city, Niš, you will find the Skull Tower, the archaeological site Madiana and the Bubanj Memorial Park.
The main airport in Serbia is in Belgrade known as Nikola Tesla Airport. The airport has two terminals that sit on an area of 33,000 square metres with 27 gates and 66 check-in counters. Also, they feature three lounges, business, VIP and premium. Other facilities you will find there are shops, bookstores, pharmacy, bakery, bars and restaurants. The airport doesn’t have a rail connection to the city, but it has regular bus lines and airport taxis.
The second busiest is the Niš Constantine the Great Airport. Your transfer options to the city are by bus and airport taxis.
Planning your transfer can be hard, especially if your goal is to visit the mountains or some specific location in Serbia. You should make the process easier by booking a professional ski transfer to the ski resorts with comfortable vehicles. As an airport taxi service, our goal is to provide each one of our clients a pleasant service.
If you want to avoid the hassle of finding public transport you can check our service. We provide stress-free, direct airport transfers. In our offer, we include meet and greet at the arrivals gate, free cancellation, free updates and we will ensure that you arrive securely to your destination.