Hotel Prag is located in the city center. Hotel was inaugurated in 1929 and it is one of the oldest hotels in Belgrade with long tradition. The hotel was built in several stages, starting from 1929, 1936 and 1978. The beauty of the building itself, the specific architectural modernism of the twentieth century Europe, placing it in one of the buildings under the protection of the Institute for Protection of Cultural Monuments.
Even after a complete renovation Hotel Prag in Belgrade has maintained its traditional hospitality, warmth and cordiality, typical for this region. The spirit of old, bohemian Belgrade, which is present in the Hotel Prag, will return you to the glorious times of our capital.
The hotel is located in downtown, within walking distance of major attractions, monuments, institutions, entertainment and shopping.
For more details about the hotel, please visit the website or watch the video below.
Belgrade (Serbian: Beograd or Београд) is the capital of Serbian culture, education, science and economy. Its name translates to White city.
Belgrade is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and has been an important crossing of the ways where the roads of eastern and western Europe meet.
Watch the following motion time-lapse video to get a glimpse of visiting Belgrade.
Some recommendations of things to see in Belgrade are:
The climate zone is humid subtropical, and the average temperature in September is 24.0 °C (75.0 °F). The official language is Serbian (belonging to the Slavic group of languages), while visitors from abroad can use English to communicate.
The local currency is Serbian dinar. The exchange rate of dinar changes, so please be informed about it at the time of your travel.
Belgrade is well connected to other European cities by all means of transportation.
Belgrade’s international airport “Nikola Tesla” (BEG) is located 12 km from the city center. It has direct and connecting flights to various destinations worldwide. You can take a taxi or public transportation to get to the city centre from the airport.
If you use a taxi, the safest way is to contact the city service TAXI INFO desk, located in the baggage reclaim area of the airport. There are many “freelance” drivers at the airport, offering their services, but they are usually much more expensive. The price of a taxi ride varies according to the covered distance, and should not exceed 20 Euro to the city centre. You can check current prices at this link.
If you use a public bus, there are two options, mini bus A1 (for the price of 300 RSD) and public bus line 72 (price ranging from 89-150 RSD depending on the type of ticket). The details and timetables can be found here.
Belgrade is located at the intersection of the European E-70 and E-75 highways. Foreign drivers in Serbia are required to have a national driver’s license, traffic permit and an insurance policy. The additional information can be found here.
The Central Railway Station is situated in the city centre, and there are trains available to a number of national and international destinations. The additional information can be found here.
Serbia is well served by coaches, and the two main coach stations are situated adjacent to one another, in the city centre. The additional information can be found here.
For details about travelling, cultural and social events in Belgrade, we recommend you to visit websites