Belgrade has a wide range of apartments offering the comfort, privacy and flexibility of a self-catering property that suits variety of needs. From affordable to luxury, traditional to modern, you will find a place in Belgrade that suits every budget and taste.
Rent in Belgrade varies in price, depending on the location, the use and quality of the structure, parking, etc. For example, a studio flat can be rented for about 150 to 200 Euros per month. Students may also share a three bedroom flat for around 350 Euros in total.
In Belgrade, there are plenty of restaurants on every corner, offering delicious food of national and international cuisine. Serbian traditional food involves a lot of meat, and many dishes are derived from influences of Greek, Turkish, Hungarian, Austrian and Mediterranean cuisines. A meal for two at the mid-range restaurant in Belgrade costs around 15 Euros.
Belgrade has an extensive public transport system, which consist of buses, trams, trolley buses and trains. Tickets can be purchased in numerous kiosks or from the driver. Public transport is affordable and highly organised throughout the city. In Belgrade, there are 149 regular lines, and 26 night lines. LSC Belgrade Campus is linked with following bus lines: 16, 17, 65, 67, 68, 71, 72, 75, 77, 78, 83 and E4. Buses in this area 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. Student travel card costs about 10 Euros per month.