Airline tickets to Belgrade, the capital of former Yugoslavia

By a decision of May 7, 1841 of the autonomous Skupshtina, the ancient capital during the Ottoman Empire, Pashaluk Belgrade was renames as Belgrade. (Serbia became Principality on November 30, 1830).

As per December 1, 1918 Belgrade is the capital of Yugoslavia.

After the Second World War, the racks as a result of the bombing of Belgrade were quickly restored and grows in all directions.

Belgrade is a beautiful and modern city. Commercial center of the city is "Terazije" ("Libra") square. Under the new multi-storey buildings are stores like "Belograzhdanka", "Detail foal", "Miroch," "Slow", "Beograd", hotel "Slavia" and others. The new architecture is successfully combined with a rich heritage of buildings from the Ottoman period - style "dorchul" from the end of the XIX-th century and early twentieth century. Among others, are those of the Rectorate of the University of Belgrade, the Ethnographic Museum, the Catholic Church, Patriarchate Konak of Princess Ljubica, the National Theatre, the National Museum, Skupshtina, the former royal palace of 1882, "San Marco", Teraziyskata fountain to hotel "Moscow", opened by Prince Milos in 1859, the work of architect Francis Laurent, and many buildings of architectural and historical value.

The eastern part of Belgrade rise three towers called "Gates of Belgrade." They were the tallest buildings in the country, with 28 floors and a total of 500 apartments. There was established the "Beogradska Syme" - the international trade fair for industrial products and equipment. The International Congress Center "Sava" is a new, modern building. Among the stadiums the biggest one is "Red Star", for more than 100 000 spectators. It is called also "Srpska Maracana".

Nikola Tesla Airport (the airport of Beograd) is the busiest airport in Serbia and serves its capital Belgrade. The first international airport in Belgrade was opened on March 25, 1927. It is also known under the name of Surchin. This is the name of the Belgrade area where it is located. After a petition by people from all over Serbia signed in 2005, it was renamed after Nikola Tesla - one of the most important inventors and engineers, of Serbian descent.

The airport is located 12 km west of the city center. In the past, the airport has been limited due to problems with the landing in foggy weather. But in 2005 a new navigation system was introduced, which guarantees safe landing even in thick fog. The airport has two passenger terminals. The second was opened in 2006 and is used by the national airline Jat Airways for its headquarters and for the flights. That is the main airport of one of the most popular low-cost airlines Wizzair as well.