The 2nd Serbian International

Sports Medicine Conference

New Dimension
in Sports Medicine

Sava Center, Belgrade

May 23-25, 2019


More information about Belgrade and Serbia

Welcome to Belgrade, city that has been a MEETING POINT for centuries among different civilisations.

Metropolis of Rivers

With more than 100 boat restaurants and floating discotheques docked along 220 km of river banks makes Belgrade one of a kind capital in Europe. Enjoy the river lifestyle as well as the industrial heritage site now presenting the hot spot to be. From the street buzz and crowded cafes to the peaceful and royal courts and oasis just minutes away, you will experience Belgrade’s cosmopolitan lifestyle. Relax after the meeting day in one of numerous cafes downtown.

Fusion of Cultures

The FUSION OF CULTURES is best expressed in the Serbian traditional cuisine, music and folklore. Make sure you visit one of famous taverns along XIX century old street for the never before experienced performance of live tambourine orchestra, traditional snaps and barbeque. And, the best of all, you don’t have to pay attention to whether is it day or night, cause the magic never stops.


Referring to the city’s nightlife the Lonely Planet Guide named Belgrade “ONE OF EUROPE 10 HOT SPOTS” and Sunday Times declared Belgrade “A NEW CAPITAL OF COOL”.


The soulfood, best Serbian cuisine will drive you through the emotions and experiences. Food in Serbia actually has taste, it is organic, and made using the traditional recipes. The language of food, just like the language of flowers and other niceties of nonverbal communication, is easy on the ear and long in the memory.


Located just minutes from city center Ada Lake is real oasis of Belgrade. Among rivers side, lake, forest, 8 km long beach is a perfect place to escape from the conference routine and the city buzz. From golf, to water skiing, over café relaxing and nature environment, to the hidden restaurants.

How to arrive to Belgrade


Belgrade International Airport represents the main gate to Serbia. There are 27 airline carriers operating in Belgrade, comprising 19 international carriers, 7 low cost carriers and 1 national carrier. Belgrade has a direct flight connection from around 60 major European, Middle East (Abu Dhabi, Doha, Dubai) and Africa ports and cities. There are more than 850 flights coming in and out of Belgrade every week and over 3.5 million passengers per year. With no visa restriction for any European country and vast network of direct flight connections to all major European cities due to brand new national airline Air Serbia, Serbia has become more accessible than ever. The new international airport passenger terminal, “Nikola Tesla” airport in Belgrade recently opened and has had a major positive impact on Serbia’s image and its standing as a world class visitor destination. In 2012 it was declared as one of the Best Airports in the World by eDreams.


Aegean Airlines, easyJet, Pegasus Airlines, Aeroflot, Etihad, Airways, Qatar, Airways, Air Serbia, Etihad Regional, Swiss, Alitalia, flydubai, TAP Portugal, Austrian Airlines, Germanwings, TAROM, Aviogenex, LOT Polish Airlines, Tunisair, B&H Airlines, Lufthansa, Turkish Airlines, Belavia, Montenegro Airlines, Vueling Airlines, Croatia Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Wizz Air

Passports and visas

Please check with the Serbian Embassy or Consulate in your country if you require a visa to enter Serbia.
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