Starting this June, after almost 30 years, you can fly to BELGRADE from RIJEKA AIRPORT.
The route will be operating twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays, throughout the year.
The ticket prices vary, depending on the travel period. You can buy them at www.airserbia.com.
Rijeka Airport: First flight from Belgrade to Rijeka
Rather than spending more then six hours on the road, travelers will be able to fly from Rijeka to Belgrade in just 80 minutes. The flights on this route will be operated by Air Serbia's ATR 72 aircraft, with the capacity of 66 passengers. During the high season, a larger Airbus A319 will take over, with the capacity of 144 passengers. Air Serbia is a Serbian national air carrier, flying up to a total of 49 destinations in Europe and the Mediterranean. The airline also has direct flights to the Middle East and North America. In cooperation with Etihad Airways, they offer direct flights from Belgrade to international destinations in Asia, Australia and Africa.
Stay with us, because soon there will be a PRIZE COMPETITION! AvioRadar, in cooperation with ZL Rijeka and Air Serbia, will be giving out 2 return tickets for this route on two occasions! Follow us and you may just enjoy the beautiful Belgrade.
What to see in Belgrade?
Belgrade is one of the oldest cities in Europe, founded by the Kelts in the 3rd century BC.
The city, home to about 1.6 million people, is full of interesting things you can see. After sightseeing, it's best to explore the rich social life Belgrade has to offer. The city's river banks are dotted with floating rafts, which were turned into coffee shops, bars, restaurants and clubs.
Here are a few suggestions:
- Visit Kalemegdan and Fortress
- Taste the local food in the restaurants
- Explore every corner of Skadarli
- Visit one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world, St. Sava Church
- Visit Museum of Yugoslavia and The House of Flowers mausoleum, resting place of Josip Broz Tito
- Belgrade ZOO
- Ada Ciganija
- Nikola Tesla Museum
- Aviation Museum and much more
Explore Rijeka "The City that Flows", European capital of culture 2020, Fiume, town on Rječina river
Enjoy a coffee on Korzo promenade, walk through the Old Town or Molo Longo, climb up the Trsat stairs, visit the Trsat Castle and a nearby Shrine of Our Lady of Trsat, take a swim on one of the beaches, buy local produce on the central farmers market, visit the cathedral of Sv. Vida and the Kosi toranj, explore the Maritime Museum, where the original life vest from Titanic is exposed… Those are only some of the interesting things that make the stay in Rijeka a special one.
If you are nearby, make sure you visit one of the following cultural events: Rijeka Summer Night organized by the Croatian National Theater Ivan pl. Zajc, Summer on Gradina, Jazz Time Festival and many others. Also, Rijeka is the host of the third largest carnival in the world, and soon will be the new European Capital of Culture 2020.
Opatija - excelent choice for both winter and summer vacation
In addition to Rijeka, the entire Kvarner region and its islands can, we have to mention Opatija. Opatija is the leading tourist destination in Croatia, very popular for organizing congresses, seminars and business consultations. In 1844, the first Villa-hotel was built in Opatija, Villa Angiolina.
The city offers a year-round festivals, concerts, exhibitions and other cultural and sporting events.
Opatija is located on the east coast of the Istrian peninsula, underneath the Učka mountain. It is the largest city and the center of Liburnia region, stretching from Plomin, along the coast and over the mountains Učka and Ćićarija, all the way to Rupa and Kastav.
We must not forget the green heart of Croatia - Gorski Kotar. A perfect place for those who want to spend time in the fresh air, explore the wild nature, beautiful lakes, and relax from the busy city life.
In less than 2 hour drive from Rijeka, you can reach any picturesque place in Istria, as well as the popular cities of Umag, Poreč, Rovinj and Pula.