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Number of flights per week23Currency
RSD
Flight Duration
9 hour 30 min
Top destinationsBelgrade
Most popular airlineAir SerbiaMost popular airportNikola Tesla Airport
Popular Flight Destinations in Serbia
About Serbia

Located in the Balkans, Serbia, which became independent from Serbia and Montenegro in 2006, shares its borders with eight neighboring countries. Hungary is to the north, Croatia to the west, Macedonia and Albania to the south, and Romania and Bulgaria to the east. Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as Montenegro, are also situated to the west.
The official language in Serbia is Serbian, but there are also common minority languages. These include Hungarian, Macedonian, Bosnian, Croatian, and Montenegrin. However, due to restrictions imposed by the government, Serbian is often considered the primary language.
Serbia encountered economic challenges during the global economic crisis from 2008 to 2012, leading to economic contraction and persistently high unemployment rates. While Serbs make up the majority of the population, various ethnic groups also have a notable presence. Northern areas host Hungarians, Romanians, Slovaks, Croats, and Russians, while the central and southern regions are predominantly inhabited by Bosniaks, Albanians, and locals.
The climate in Serbia is continental, marked by cold winters and hot summers. Heavy snowfall is typical in the highlands, with snow lingering in the mountains for extended periods. Nevertheless, Serbia is a year-round destination. For skiing enthusiasts, the best time to visit is from December to March, providing a unique experience in cozy mountain villages. The summer months offer enjoyable opportunities to explore the national parks and historical sites.
Serbia is divided into 17 regions, with Belgrade as the capital, positioned at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. As Serbia's financial hub and a major city in Southeast Europe, Belgrade is among the world's 100 most expensive cities. Other significant cities include Novi Sad, Nis, Kragujevac, Subotica, Leskovac, and Cacak. Novi Sad, located on both sides of the Danube River, is renowned for its Neoclassical architecture, while Nis is historically significant and known for its industrial activity.
Serbian cuisine, diverse yet bearing similarities to Balkan cuisines, features dishes like ćevap, đuveć, and burek. Spicy foods, especially "paprika," are common in Serbian dishes. Due to extensive livestock farming, meat is a central component, with "roštilj" being one of the most famous Serbian dishes. "Riblja čorba," a fish soup, is another renowned delicacy. The preferred beverage with meals is "Srp rakija," a strong alcoholic drink made from fermented fruits.
During the summer, the Balkans host vibrant festivals, including music festivals like Exit Fest, attracting thousands of young people with various music genres. Serbia also hosts the Guitar Art Festival in February and the In Vino Wine Festival in May, contributing to the lively cultural scene.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Wingie offer the cheapest Serbia airfares?

When you search for flights to Serbia, Wingie directly gathers and compares the instant data of all airlines with flights from the airports you can take off from. You can see all Serbia flights together for the date you are looking for and choose the most suitable flight ticket.

Which airlines have flights to Serbia?

Air Serbia, Air Cairo, Qatar Airways, Pegasus, Flydubai, AJet, Turkish Airlines organize flights to Serbia.

Which are the most popular Serbia airports?

The most popular airports in Serbia: Nikola Tesla.

Which are the most popular Serbia cities?

Most popular Serbia cities: Belgrade.