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Belgrade 2013

14th Oct 2007

at Athens

This year we’re teaming up with Belgrade Design Week, an international design festival, which gathers global leaders in the fields of architecture, design, branding, advertising, culture, publishing, media and communications. 

Once a year Belgrade takes centre stage in the world of design with an international conference, creative workshops, master-classes, exhibitions and promotions.The European Design Awards 2013 Ceremony will take place on the penultimate day of the festival, Saturday June 8. We will be announcing more details soon. Stay tuned!

Ceremony and Party

ED-Awards 2013 Ceremony

Date & time Saturday, June 8th at 21:00. Tickets Will be sold via the ED web shop. All ED-Awards ceremony tickets will also be valid for the Winner’s party. (More info coming soon!) The Venue The Yugoslav Drama Theatre (Kralja Milana 50) was founded in 1948. An integral part of

Travel Information

Flying to Belgrade

Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is the primary international airport serving Belgrade, Serbia. Previously known as Belgrade International Airport, it was renamed in 2006 in honour of Serbian scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla. The airport is situated 12 km west of central Belgrade. It is the international and domestic hub for JAT Airways, the national flag carrier and largest airline of Serbia,

Getting from the airport to the city centre

AIRPORT SHUTTLE JAT Airways runs a bus service between the airport and its city terminal at Hotel Slavija (Slavija square) in the city centre. The  bus leaves the airport every hour on the hour between 07:00 and 22:00 taking approximately 30 minutes to reach the centre of Belgrade. The bus

Getting to Belgrade by train

Belgrade’s main railway station, built between 1882 and 1885, offers rail connections to and from a number of major central European and Balkan cities. It’s only a fifteen minute walk from the city centre and is also serviced by tram line No 2. For more information on destinations and timetables


Hotel Excelsior ***

The historic Hotel Excelsior Beograd offers you a modern environment in the heart of the Serbian capital. The full refurbishment has been completed with great respect shown to the original historic features of the building and façade and true combination of old and new. Whether you are on a business

Hotel Crystal ****

Crystal Hotel Belgrade is located in the very heart of Vračar, a prestigious district of Belgrade. Situated only 300m from the St. Sava Temple, the symbol of the city, 400m away from the highway and a few minutes away from the city center, this brand new 4* business boutique hotel

Metropol Palace *****

An indelible landmark overlooking Tasmajdan Park in the city center, the Metropol Palace, Belgrade blends a unique legacy with timeless style. Historic sites, world-class museums, upscale shopping venues, and exciting nightlife are minutes away. Rates:120 EUR Single Classic room135 EUR Double Classic room 135 EUR Superior Single room150 EUR Superior

City Information

Things to do in Belgrade

Belgrade is the capital city of Serbia and has a population of around 1.7 million. The city lies on two international waterways, at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, which surround it on three sides. But that’s not all these rivers have to offer! During the summer there are plenty of clubs in heaving