Belgrade Public Transportation

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Belgrade, Serbia
Belgrade Public Transportation - Bike rent service
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Belgrade Public Transportation - Parking
Belgrade Public Transportation - The recreational marina on the island's downstream end
Belgrade Public Transportation - The boats from Novi Beograd neighborhood

Belgrade Public Transportation Reviews

odiseya odiseya
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Transportation to Ada Ciganlija Nov 12, 2017
There are few ways to come here.

I take a ferry from New Belgrade neighborhood. There is a small port in Savski nasip incorporate with a dozen of restaurants on water (call here - splav). You have a choice between three boats: white, yellow and blue. You take one you find on the spot. No matter really which one you choose if you do not buy a return ticket. In that case, you will get a small plastic - I would say a business card with a (mobile) phone number you could call in return. I have a luck and I did not wait more than 5 minutes for my return. This is fortunate since I do not have a national phone number and that its inconvenience. I would say that a boat ride takes less than 10 minutes.

Due to poor access to the city's main roads and limited parking space coming here by car is a bit challenging.

There are many public bus lines stop by the entry to Ada Ciganlija complex, connecting it with downtown and the southern suburbs: 23, 37, 51, 52, 53, 56, 56L, 58, 88, 91, 92, 511, 551, 552, 553, 55, 87 and 89.

During summer there are additional 5 bus lines up to Ada: Ada1 (Central Belgrade and Vidikovac), Ada2 (Zemun, Blokovi), Ada3 (Konjarnik), Ada4 (Mirijevo) and Ada5 (Be┼żanijska Kosa, Novi Beograd). I personally did not use this type of transportation but I find additional relevant information regard it - from 9am till 4 pm there are two buses on those lines and from 4 pm up to 9 pm even four. In case of bad weather, those bus lines will be limited or canceled.

Tram lines 12 and 13 also pass relatively nearby up to Banovo brdo neighborhood.

You could cycle up to here or around it since I found three rent bike station in this area.

Walking is a great way to explore the resort and this is how I was done. The alternative is a small electric road vehicle that tours the island called the "tourist train".
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odiseya odiseya
237 reviews
BusPlus ticket system Aug 06, 2017
BusPlus ticket system is a new system of tickets and public transport regulation. This project starts on 1st February 2012 and continuing to present days.

BusPlus tickets for transportation is based on RFID technology with electronic smart cards as a medium of payment services across the "validator". That is the device (electronic reader and informer) within a vehicle for the validation ticket.

There are four types of cards for transport:

- personalized,

- non-personalized,

- day tickets and

- single tickets (you purchased them from the driver).

You can buy few types of tickets: ticket for one ride, for 90 minutes, and for 1, 3 or 5 days.

First two types of cards you need to supplement or purchase before you drive. All cards in the system must be read when entering the vehicle on the validators that are located in the zone of the door. A passenger without cards needs to enter the first door, prepare the exact amount (small notes) and buy a ticket from the driver.

Note - more information on https://www2.busplus.rs
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odiseya odiseya
237 reviews
Belgrade Public Transportation Aug 06, 2017
Public transportation in Belgrade is organized by bus, trolley, and trams which are very extensive and diverse that only compare to Zagreb in the region. Addition transportation option available here is minibusses, city train (so call Beovoz) and night buses which are a clear advantage of the big city. There is very short subway which is not developed yet.

For downtown is not necessary but if you are here few days and you wont to experience the city in fullest information about Belgrade transportation system will be useful for you especially if you are a budget traveler. An alternative is long walking or taxis. I think that information is very helpful especially if you come in some places for the first time.

If you wont to save some money you need to buy Busplus e-wallet cards but you could also buy a ticket from a driver at the spot for little more higher prices.
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