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Trams and trolleybuses ply limited routes in Belgrade, but buses serve most of the city. Tickets can be purchased on board, although it’s cheaper to purchase them in advance from newsagents and tobacco kiosks (tickets from 50p).

When to go
Belgrade has a busy cultural diary year round. FEST, one of the foremost film festivals in the region, is held from February to March, while the city’s Jazz Festival takes place annually in October.

How to go
Wizz Air flies to Belgrade Nikola Tesla airport from Luton (from £75), while Jat Airways flies from Heathrow (from £165). From the airport, buses run to central Belgrade, which is around 11 miles away (tickets from £1), and a taxi should cost no more than £10.

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The article ‘Mini guide to Belgrade, Serbia’ was published in partnership with Lonely Planet Magazine.

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