The conference will be held at the Kolarac People’s University Building, also known as Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment. The venue is located in the city centre, where many of Belgrade’s cultural and historical sights are to be found.
In order to get RSD (Serbian currency) feel free to use cash machines at the airport. There are several options available for getting from the Nikola Tesla Airport to Belgrade city centre.
The approximate travel time from the airport is between 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the method. Official information is available here: https://www.beg.aero/eng/parking_access/transport/public_transportation
In Belgrade, you can use the local city bus, tram or taxi to travel. Belgrade does not have a metro.
Please note that September in Belgrade is one of the busiest tourist months. Thus, we recommend booking soon.
For students and other participants on a tight budget, we recommend Hostel kod Vuka. The address of this hostel is Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 75 and it is 35 minute walking distance from the venue. Single rooms with breakfast are about 35 euros, while double, triple and quadruple rooms are 24, 20, and 18 euros respectively. Still, the availability on the night between 19th and 20th of September is limited (other conference dates are less occupied), therefore we advise booking in advance. Booking can be done via email: email@example.com
Belgrade is the capital city of the Republic of Serbia. It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers and the borderline of the Pannonian Plain and the Balkan Peninsula. The population of Belgrade numbers around 1.7 million inhabitants. Belgrade has a rich and long history, diverse cultural heritage and a dynamic and urban everyday life.
The conference venue, the Kolarac Endowment building, is conveniently located in the vicinity of some of Belgrade’s most important landmarks. It is just around the corner from the main city promenade, Knez Mihailova Street; it is one block away from the historical city fortress, Kalemegdan, which wraps around a large park while overlooking the confluence of Belgrade’s two rivers. The Republic Square and the National Museum of Serbia are also just down the street from this year’s EPSA venue.
For more information on Belgrade’s sights, culture, entertainment and gastronomy you can visit the Tourist Organization of Belgrade’s webpage: https://www.tob.rs/en