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Cheap Flights to Serbia

Serbia, officially known as the Republic of Serbia and located in Europe, is a distinctly multicultural and multi-ethnic country. A country situated at the crossroads between southeastern and central Europe and together with its complex social and political history, Serbia is a nation with an exciting mix of influences. Its rich history and unique culture can be seen through the country’s various archaeological sites and historical monuments. Visit some of the more beautiful medieval churches and grand monasteries located in Serbia as these are sights that should not be missed. Head over and be amazed at the Church of Saint Sava, which is one of the largest Orthodox cathedrals in the world. The country is also home to one of the oldest cities in Europe and one of Southern Europe’s largest cities, Belgrade – also the capital of Serbia.

Serbia also attracts many tourists through its rich natural resources. It has many natural springs, lakes and rivers dotted across this mountainous country. The northeastern region of Serbia is rich and fertile while the eastern region are mostly limestone ranges and basins. Down south to the east, you’ll find a high shoreline while to the west are ancient hills and mountain landscapes.

Before booking that flight to Serbia, it is always good to know when the best time to visit the country is. Weather is usually one of the considerations when making these kinds of decisions and in Serbia, the country enjoys a climate that is similar to Europe’s southeastern region. In general, it is said that the best time to visit Serbia would have to be the months during late spring and in the early autumn season. Of course, it is also a good idea to time your holiday to coincide with the events and festivals in Serbia. Visiting during the Orthodox Easter cultural celebration can be a good and enjoyable time to travel to Serbia. Music enthusiasts would also enjoy visiting Serbia during the EXIT Festival that happens in the month of July.

Serbia has several domestic and international airports operating flights by various airlines. Deciding on which airport to fly into would largely depend on which city you want to visit or where you want to make as your home base while on a holiday in Serbia. The top and busiest airports in Serbia include the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG) and Niš Constantine the Great Airport (INI). Belgrade Airport is the main international airport and operates flights to and from Serbia by several airlines including Alitalia, Etihad Airways, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways and Wizz Air. To find the best airline to fly with, view this list of airlines that fly to Serbia.

Search for the cheapest flight tickets to Serbia to experience first-hand its rich culture and unique history. Find the best airfares by browsing Serbia flight prices across whole month and year on Skyscanner Philippines.

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