Transportation possibilities from the Airport to the city center:

  • Taxi: Fee approx. 2000 RSD per car. Legal taxi vehicles are normally parked in the dedicated lane immediately at the exit from the airport at the arrivals, and bear a table with the number and the company logo on the roof.
  • Public shuttle "A1": 300 RSD per person, reasonably fast, but limited number of stops, requiring additional walk or taxi to the hotel. Departure from the airport at the arrivals level. See map and timetable.
  • Bus No. 72: 150 RSD per person, NOT recommended (long and uncomfortable trip).
  • Your hotel might be able to organize a pickup for you.
  • A number of private shuttle services are available at rates and conditions similar to taxi, or more exclusive. They are easily found using internet search engines.

Transportation to and from Vinča

Transfer from the city center to Vinča and back is organized by bus for each day of the Workshop.

Important: If you are planning to use the bus, and have not already confirmed this, please fill out the online survey to let the organizers know that you will use the bus transport.

Morning departures from the city center

Both mornings, the bus departs at 8:00 AM from "Trg Republike", the square where the National Museum and the National Theater are located. The departure point is shown by the red pin in the map below. Please be there a few minutes earlier.

Afternoon departures from Vinča

  • On Sunday, September 3rd, the bus departs from Vinča at 5:00 PM and 6:30 PM.
  • On Monday, September 4th, the bus departs from Vinča at 2:30 PM.

Conference fee

The conference fee is 50 Euro and it includes: 2 coffee breaks and a lunch at the Vinča Institute, as well as the conference dinner and the sightseeing tour. The conference fee will be collected in cash at the registration desk.

Social events

Conference dinner

The conference dinner will take place on Sunday, at 20h in the "Skadarlija" district (walking distance from the city center), at the "Three hats" restaurant, 29 Skadarska st. The 19th century bohemian quarter around Skadarska street became a counterpart to the Parisian Montmartre quarter or the Neve Tzedek in Tel Aviv.

City Tour - Underground Belgrade

On Monday, September 4th, a complimentary sightseeing tour will be organized: "Underground Belgrade" starting at 17h. The tour includes a visit to the Roman theater, the location of the foundations of the main gate of the Roman fortress from the 2nd century, Roman aqueduct and pipes. The visitors will enter the Roman well built in the early 18th century, the underground bunkers and a large warehouse "Barutana". This is a walking tour that lasts for 3 hours.

Local currency:

RSD (Serbian dinar). Approximate conversion rates are 120 RSD for 1 EUR, 102 RSD for $1, 104 RSD for 1 CHF.