LOT Polish Airlines will take you to Belgrade in a friendly atmosphere. Not only will you relax and catch up with latest events by reading up-to-the-minute newspapers, but you will also enjoy delicious LOT Gourmet meals. What is more, you will be looked after by our qualified crew – Business Traveller has awarded us the title of Best Airline in Central and Eastern Europe for the sixteenth time.
See for yourself how much you enjoy travelling with professionals. The new network of direct flights offered by LOT Polish Airlines allows you to relax and fully concentrate on your destination. We make sure you are comfortable during the flight.
Nothing can get you as close to Belgrade's tourist attractions as a LOT Polish Airlines ticket. We fly from Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) to Belgrade Airport (BEG) on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 11:30 and on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 14:30.
We cooperate with most renowned airports from which it is easy to get to the city centre. In Belgrade, we cooperate with Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG), from where you can take a bus (line 72) or a taxi to get to the city centre.
LOT Polish Airlines offers various solutions to those customers who are concerned about time. Would you like to be the first one to be served when it comes to airport procedures? Use the Quick Passage option. Don't want to wait to reclaim your suitcase? Use the Priority Luggage option. Do you have any preferences regarding the part of the cabin you would like to sit in? Choose My Favourite Seat. The possibilities are endless! See for yourself!
The capital of Serbia and one of the oldest and most colourful European cities, situated at the confluence of two rivers – Danube and Sava, is inhabited by nearly 2 million people. At first glance it seems a place full of contrasts, however, after a closer look, it delights its visitors with a unique atmosphere. In recent years a lot have changed there but for some people the bustle of the city and grey concrete buildings may still be overwhelming.
The history of Belgrade was turbulent and so rich that would be enough for several other cities. The history of this Balkan metropolis dates back to the 4th century BC when, as a result of war, it was repeatedly destroyed and rebuilt. From the end of the 19th century Belgrade had been the capital of four states – first of Serbia, then the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, later Yugoslavia, and finally – Serbia and Montenegro. Today the city is the capital of the Republic of Serbia. Apart from Serbs, it is inhabited by e.g. Yugoslavs, Macedonians, Montenegrins, Slovaks, Slovenians, Hungarians, Albanians or Romanians. It is a place where such religions as Serbian Orthodox, Islam, Catholicism, Protestantism and Judaism meet.
Looking at Belgrade it is hard to believe that 20 years ago on this territory a permanent war was taking place. Now it is covered by wide boulevards, many parks, streets and alleys. The city features museums, Orthodox churches, majestic governmental buildings and unique Art Nouveau houses, as well as thousands of restaurants, bars and traditional Balkan kafanas.