I really love Belgrade. It’s a gem of a city: a huge castle, incredible nightlife, strange mix of Ottoman, Hapsburg and Yugoslavian history that manifests itself in the history and architecture. It’s so cheap that prices will continuously blow your mind. A rental apartment that wouldn’t be out of place in Manhattan’s Upper East Side fetches prices you’d associate with Fresno, California.
Tell me if you book this flight, or if you have any other questions about Belgrade 🙂 It’s one of the best places in the world for digital nomads.
The prices for a flight to Belgrade anytime between February and April are consistently in the $500-$600 range from the cities I searched. For the absolute cheapest price (and to help support this website), book your flight through my DoHop search engine link.
Boston-Belgrade: March 17-26 on Swiss Air for $585
Chicago-Belgrade: March 10-19 on LOT Polish for $565
Los Angeles-Belgrade: March 17-26 on Turkish Airlines for $588
New York-Belgrade: March 31-April 8 on Norwegian and Aeroflot for $527
Washington, D.C.-Belgrade: March 15-25 on United and Austrian for $588.
If you want to fly somewhere else besides London you can book a cheap connecting flight using one of these awesome flight search engines. It might help to check this handy infographic on budget airlines, since there are so many budget carriers in Europe. And if you want to travel somewhere else in Europe without flying or paying a lot of money to rent a car, this list of travel websites and apps will come in handy.
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