Rent a bus in Belgrade and see the sights

1 Comment

Rent a Bus Belgrade – ideal way for group travel in Belgrade, Serbia.

As a visitor to Belgrade you’ll be instantly drawn to the vivacious lifestyle of a city that has a worldwide reputation as the home of Serbian fashion. Famed for its cultural and historical sights, its fashion shows, its football and its high-end shopping malls, Belgrade is a popular destination for both tourists and business people alike.

Rent a bus in Belgrade and see the sights

Belgrade is the capital and largest city of Serbia. It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkans. The urban area of the City of Belgradehas a population of 1.23 million, while nearly 1.7 million people live within its administrative limits. Its most significant landmark is the Beogradska Tvrđava, an imposing fortress at the confluence of the Danube and the Sava rivers. The fort is a testament to the city’s strategic importance to the Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman, Serbian and Austrian empires, and it’s now the site of several museums as well as Kalemegdan, a vast park.

Fast and efficient bus transfers from Belgrade airport

bus rental serbia

When you arrive at Belgrade Nikola Tesla airport, you can rely on Rent A Bus Belgrade  to provide speedy and efficient group transfers into Belgrade. We also offer sightseeing tours, shuttle services and transportation for groups of all sizes.

With a fleet of modern coaches, minibuses and limousines at our disposal, you can be sure that you’ll get to travel around Belgrade in style. We also offer knowledgeable guides and hostesses to ensure that you get the most from your trip to this wonderful city.

Take in the culture with a sightseeing tour of Belgrade

Of course, while you may be forgiven for thinking that Belgrade is all about shopping malls and elegant nightlife, you’ll also find that this beautiful city is awash with many historical attractions.

From the wonderful Church of Saint Savawho is one of the most beautiful buildings in Serbia, and it’s also the largest Orthodox Church in the Balkans, Located at Vracar plateau, this place is really attractive among tourists as well as residents, to the Kalemegdan Belgrade Fortress who is really one of the most beautiful places in Europe, and with it come Kalemegdan Towers. An attractive and popular spot among tourists, the towers can be found on many photos of those who come and visit Belgrade. Catch the greatest view of the towers from Terassa Lounge, one of the best lounge bars in Belgrade, where you can enjoy relaxing afternoons and amazing parties at night.

There’s also the Museum of Contemporary Art and is finally reopened for Visitors on October 2017. The museum is located in a beautiful green area of Belgrade, just 10 minutes from the busy Downtown of Belgrade.

Bus Rental Belgrade

Learn about Belgrade’s history, shop in elegant boutiques and enjoy Belgrade famous nightlife

Belgrade’s history stretches back for more than 26 centuries and, despite many historic buildings having been destroyed during the Second World War, you’ll still find such delights as the ancient Kalemegdan fortress alongside more modern offerings including the Belgrade Waterfront.
Shoppers will love spending time in Usce Shooping Center, one of the most original and beautiful shopping malls in the Serbia, which is filled with designer shops galore and chic bars and restaurants. There is Rajic shopping center who is located in the heart of the Belgrade city. In addition to famous brands, you will also be able to relax in numerous restaurants with the most beautiful view of the city and get to know Belgrade from a completely new angle. The style is in the heart of the city …

Discover the Belgrade downtown with guided tours: Knez Mihailova street, the Orthodox cathedral, Kosančićev Venac and Dorćol neighborhoods.

Visit the local derby between Red Star and Partizan for some of the wildest football fans in Europe. Make sure you don’t wear any symbols of these clubs and avoid the North/South grades.

You must visit Skadarlija who is Belgrade’s ‘Bohemian Quarter’, a street of cobblestones with some of the town’s oldest and most respected restaurants. Come here in the early evening for some fine food and no small amount of rakija while live bands serenade you (whether you like it or not).. And when the night is finally over, you and your friends will be assured of getting home safely courtesy of Rent A Bus Belgrade.

rent a bus belgrade

The easy way to hire a Bus in Belgrade

During the spring and autumn, Belgrade turns into a mecca for tourists who flock into the city for nightlife. During these weeks, despite the fact that Belgrade has over 430 hotels, more than 250 B&Bs and over 2,000 holiday rentals, it can be difficult to find accommodation, especially for large groups, so booking in advance is recommended.
However, be assured that our operations team at will do whatever they can to ensure that all your coach rental and bus travel in Belgrade is taken care of, both during spring and summer months and throughout the rest of the year.

The best way to travel around Belgrade

Whether you’re a local resident, a business traveller or you’re in Belgrade for leisure and pleasure, you can rely on Rent A Bus Belgrade to provide all your transportation needs.
When looking for charter bus rentals, tour bus hire, Belgrade airport shuttle services or you simply want a party bus so that you can really let your hair down, we’ll have exactly what you need. Get in touch with us today to find out more and book your bus rental in Belgrade.

We pursue relationships based on professionalism, persistence, mutual trust, and integrity with our customers, business partners and our employees.

Book your limo now

Luxury Cars Serbia is the leader in Belgrade limo service with luxury car transportation, corporate travel, wine tours and VIP needs. Limo Service in Belgrade, Serbia offers 24-hour availability to travelers in the Belgrade, Novi Sad, Niš, Zagreb, Podgorica, Sarajevo, Budapest and Bucharest, Sofija, Athena and Balkan and Europe areas.

Subscribe to our newsletter!

More from our blog

See all posts
1 Comment

Leave a Comment