Belgrade has been a major tourist destination over the centuries thanks to its location along the road to Asia from Europe. It has a long history as an important city in the Roman, Hungarian, and Ottoman empires; it served as the capital of the Kingdom of Serbia, and as the capital of Yugoslavia.
Belgrade is one of the economic, cultural, and political hubs of the Balkans, and one of the region’s primary IT/tech hubs. The urban area of the City of Belgrade is home to just over 1.23 million people, with nearly 1.8 million residents within its administrative limits.
Nikola Tesla airport is located 13 km west of the city of Belgrade.
Nikola Tesla Belgrade Airport facts:
Call signs: BEG/LYBE