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Belgrade has an extensive public transport system. The public city transport in Belgrade consists of buses, trams, and trolleybuses. They are operated by GSP Beograd and private transport companies. They all have a unified ticket system. Buses, trams, and trolleybuses run daily from 4.00 am until 12.00 pm. Some bus lines also operate during the night from 12.00pm until 4.00 am.

Daily tickets for all types of transportation can be bought from kiosks (at newsstands) in the streets or from the drivers. Tickets bought from kiosk cost 29 dinars (0,35 €) and from the drivers are 40 dinars (0,49 €). Night tickets can be bought only from the driver and they cost 65 dinars (0,79 €). All types of tickets must be canceled inside the vehicle and are good for one ride only. It is up to controllers to check whether the passengers possess valid tickets or passes. Controllers are to identify themselves with their official card and they can ask to see tickets and passes on any vehicle – so please remember to validate your ticket and keep hold of it!

Single ride tickets must be punched immediately upon entry into the vehicle, using the ticket-punch machines installed in every vehicle, by each set of doors. Tickets for all types of transportation can be bought from kiosks (at newsstands) in the streets or from the drivers. Tickets bought from kiosk cost 29 dinars (0,35 €) and from the drivers are 40 dinars (0,49 €). Night tickets can be bought only from the driver and they cost 65 dinars (0,79 €). All types of tickets must be canceled inside the vehicle and are good for one ride only. It is up to controllers to check whether the passengers possess valid tickets or passes. Controllers are to identify themselves with their official card and they can ask to see tickets and passes on any vehicle – so please remember to validate your ticket and keep hold of it!

Tickets are priced differently for night services (00-04). Night transport routes differ from the routes of daytime services and combine several routes which serve particular parts of town and suburban areas. Night services are once an hour from one of the termini: Republic Square (Trg Republike), Slavija and Opština Novi Beograd (New Belgrade Municipal Council building).

Belgrade City Transport Company

Dispatch center (00-24): 2629-019

Automated call center: 3033-370, 3033-371

There are also express minibus services which are a little more expensive, but also more comfortable and quicker as they do not stop at every bus-stop.

E1: Konjarnik – Blok 45
E2: Petlovo brdo – Dorćol
E3: Cerak vinogradi – Novi Beograd (Blok 70)
E4: Ustanička – Bežanijska kosa
E5: Ada Ciganlija – Zvezdara
E6: Mirijevo – Zemun
E8: Braća Jerković – Karaburma II

Taxis in Belgrade

Tourists in Belgrade can use either taxis, CarGo or Yandex. Both CarGo or Yandex are cheap and safe and can easily be reached and paid online via credit card through mobile application.

Taxis can be hailed in the street or via call. Call is always the safest and most secure option. That way you can be sure that the price will be regularly charged. Also, what is very important, in case you forgot something in the vehicle you will be able to call the taxi company and ask for return of the belonging by providing the taxi number.

The price chargeable is calculated according to the distance traveled but will also include (if appropriate) a waiting fee. It is customary to give a tip of ten percent, depending on the level of satisfaction.

The price includes transport of passenger’s personal luggage. The second tariff is charged: between 10 pm and 6 am, on Sundays and national holidays. The first and second tariffs apply for the city area and the third tariff applies past the determined points in areas outside the city that are named in the price list in possession of every taxi driver.

Important: There are so many unlicensed taxi drivers around the main bus and railway station trying to wheedle you to use their service. Immediately, when you step out from a train or bus they will surround you and try to “push” you in their car. They don’t have a price list and they are negotiated with you for a price. And if you accept that, be sure that you will pay more then you used the regular one. To ensure that you pick a licensed taxi, which has two plates on the roof. One is the normal “Taxi” plate and the other one is a small blue sign featuring the city’s coat of arms and a number.

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