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Belgrade, Serbia
Address: Španskih boraca 74, 11070 Belgrade

Belgrade is the capital and the largest city in Serbia, as well as one of the oldest cities in Europe. The city is located at the mouth of Sava and Danube rivers, in the central part of the country. The city is divided into 17 municipalities, out of which each one has its own authorities. According to the census of 2011, there is 1.659.440 inhabitants and that makes the city the fourth largest in South-Eastern Europe. Belgrade is economically the most developed part of Serbia. There are several ways of reaching the venue – by car, plane, rail, by public transport or taxi. For more information visit:

By car

Detailed instructions on how to get to RENEXPO® Energy, Waste & Water trade fair and conference in Belgrade can be found here –

By public transport

Public transportation includes buses, trams, trolleybuses, private bus operators and SP “Lasta” (local bus service) and express mini bus. The tickets can be purchased in corner shops or in the vehicles, with cash or card. For more information visit the ticket system provider busplus.

By airplane

International airport “Nikola Tesla” is 18 km from the city center. There are two lines – mini bus A1 and GSP 72 operating from the airport. Find details on the web:

By Train

The train comes to the Belgrade Railway Station which is located in the wider city center. Timetable and other details could be found here:

By Taxi

Start: 170 din.
1 km drive: 65 din.
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