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Flight Lyon Belgrade : Airline ticket

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Flights Lyon - Belgrade
  • Weather25-36 °F25 - 36 °F
  • Distance 1220 km
  • Duration 1h50
  • Currency Serbian dinar
  • Languages Ser.,Rus.,Ukr. Serbian,Russian,Ukrainian

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- 2 years old

Belgrade, literally "the white city"!

Be seduced by the architectural richness of its neighborhoods, with their mix of Serbo-Byzantine style and modernism.

Partez à la découverte de ses bâtiments historiques et culturels emblématiques, et vibrez au rythme des nuits endiablées de celle que l’on nomme « la Barcelone des Balkans ». Explore its iconic historical and cultural buildings, and experience the excitement of what is known as the "Barcelona of the Balkans".

5 reasons to visit Belgrade

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Splav à Belgrade
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Spend an evening on a splav

Numerous barges called splavovi (splav in the singular) line the Save and the Danube and turn into trendy bars and nightclubs after dark. The most partygoers will be able to wiggle their hips until dawn, tasting the famous rakija, the Serbian brandy. Belgrade has earned its nickname "Barcelona of the Balkans" thanks to its lively nightlife.
Forteresse Kalemegdan à Belgrade
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Explore Kalemegdan Fortress and Park

This is an essential stop when you go to Belgrade. This historical place is a must-see. The fortress offers a breathtaking view of the Danube and the Sava, and is surrounded by a beautiful park: the perfect place to take a break after an intense day full of sightseeing. You can also admire the impressive walls of the fortress or discover its museum.
belgrade_specialites_serbes
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Feast on Serbian specialties

Its Mediterranean, Austro-Hungarian, and Turkish influences make Serbian cuisine a mix of eclectic flavors. For example, you can enjoy ćevapi, meat rolls served with a round loaf called lepinja and a red pepper sauce called ajvar, as well as a zito, a traditional dessert with grains of wheat and spices.
Rue de Belgrade
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Stroll around the Skadarlija quarter

This is the bohemian neighborhood of the city, a real Serbian Montmartre where life is good and you're free to wander along its small paved streets. You will find a multitude of restaurants and terraces, perfect for a well-deserved break, as well as bookstores, antique shops, and art galleries.
Cathédrale de Belgrade
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Visit the Church of Saint-Sava

You will be dazzled by the sparkling facade of the largest Orthodox church in Europe! Its typical Serbo-Byzantine style and huge cupola, rising more than 70 meters high, are definitely worth a visit. The cathedral's crypt will also enchant you, thanks to its magnificent gilding.

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FAQ: Flights Lyon - Belgrade

What is the average duration of a flight from Lyon to Belgrade?

The distance between Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport (LYS) and Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG) is approximately 1220 kilometres, with an average flight time of 1 hour and 50 minutes. Please note that this duration is indicative. Several factors can influence the flight duration, including weather conditions, the day and date of your journey and the airline operating the flight.

Which airlines offer flights between Lyon and Belgrade?

Air Serbia connects Lyon (LYS) and Belgrade (BEG) with up to 3 direct flights per week. Air Serbia is the principal airline of Serbia, founded in 1927, making it one of the oldest airlines in Europe.

When is the best time to visit Belgrade for a tourist stay?

Belgrade can be explored year-round, offering picturesque quarters, monuments, museums, restaurants and shops in all seasons.

Summer, from June to August, is the most popular season. Pleasant temperatures attract visitors to café terraces, festivals, and the banks of the Danube for lively evenings. Days are sunny and rainfall is limited.

If you prefer milder temperatures and fewer crowds, consider a visit in spring (April-May) or autumn (September-October). These transitional seasons offer more pleasant weather for city exploration and the advantage of more affordable accommodation rates. Winter, from November to February, can be cold, but it provides a different perspective on the city, with Christmas markets and indoor cultural activities. Belgrade occasionally sees snow in the heart of winter, creating a unique atmosphere.

When should you book your flight to Belgrade?

Airlines tend to offer tickets at more attractive prices when they first release a flight for sale. As the plane fills up, the last available seats are offered at higher rates. By booking your flight as early as possible, you often have the opportunity to secure more advantageous fares and easily compare different options. If you are flexible with your travel dates, you can make significant savings as ticket prices can vary significantly depending on the day of the week or time of day.

Our ticket searching tool keeps you constantly on the lookout for the best available deals and offers a simple and quick online booking process for an optimal travel experience.

How to save time when you arrive at Lyon Airport?

Waiting times at security checkpoints can vary based on the number of travellers. If you want to avoid spending too much time waiting, the fast-track ticket is for you! This online service provides you with priority access to security checks, allowing you to save valuable time.

Furthermore, parking facilities may become full due to high demand. Do you want to be sure to find a parking spot upon arrival? You must reserve your parking online: we guarantee parking availability upon your arrival, offering favourable rates and various additional services, such as free modification up to 4 hours before your arrival or extra time offered in case of flight delays.

If you prefer to use public transportation to reach the airport, the Rhônexpress shuttle ensures a journey of less than 30 minutes between Lyon Part-Dieu station and Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport (LYS), avoiding traffic congestion.

What are the administrative requirements for entering Serbia?

Citizens of the European Union can travel to Serbia without a visa for stays of up to 90 days. Entry to the country is possible with a valid passport or national identity card, with a minimum validity extending to the end of your stay.

For stays exceeding 90 days, you can contact the consulate or embassy of Serbia in France to learn about the visa application procedures.