Getting to Serbia
Wikitravel has a lot of information about Serbia and Belgrade (transportation, things to see, do, and avoid). Another great resource is Virtual Tourist (make sure to check out the “More” column at the top). Both sites also have a lot of information about the city of Belgrade, so check it out.
How to get to the conference
The Developer Summit is held in the same location as EuroBSDcon: Radisson Blu Old Mill Hotel, Belgrade. The Summit will use some of the conference facilities (i.e. rooms) there, running in parallel to the EuroBSDcon tutorials.
The hotel offers an airport transportation service to and from Nikola Tesla Airport. Sharing the service with others that have similar arrival/departure times is encouraged. People who are staying at other hotels can use this hotel address to navigate to the event site: Vojvode Misica Boulevard 15, Belgrade
Getting to the hotel from the airport by public transport is very easy. There is a regular bus (A1) from the airport to the train station (cost: 300 RSD). From the train station, the hotel is a 10-15 minute walk along Savska street (next to the Sava river and the railroad tracks). The hotel is on the left side of the street right after the “Mostar” tram stop. You can also take trams 3, 12 or 13 from the train station. It will be the second stop.
You need a “bus plus” card to take the tram. You can buy the card at any ‘moikiosk’. There are three of them in the vicinity of the station. The tram costs 89 RSD for a 90 minute ticket.
Serbia uses the Serbian dinar (RSD). Banknotes come in denominations of 5000, 2000, 1000, 500, 200, 100, 50, 20 and 10 Serbian dinar. Serbian dinar is subdivided into 100 Para. Coins come in denominations of 20, 10, 5, 2 and 1 Serbian dinar.
It is strongly advised to book the hotel as soon as possible. Make sure to use the provided booking codes to get a discount for the room rate. Further details can be found at the hotel page. If you want to share your room or are looking for someone to share a room with to reduce costs, use this page: Rooms to share