Belgrade (Beograd) is the capital of Serbia, and has a population of around 1.6 million. Belgrade is situated at the place where the Sava joins the Danube. Belgrade is one of the oldest cities in Europe and, beside Athens, the greatest urban whole of the Balkan Peninsula. Financial Times has organized European cities and regions of the future for 2006/07 and, after winning the second round, Belgrade was awarded the name City of the future in Southern Europe. You can find useful information on the official website of Belgrade.

Low Cost Companies

Find and book a ticket to Belgrade on low cost on-line Serbian service. There are many destinations like ROME, PARIS, ATHES, LONDON, MILAN, BERLIN, BARSELONA, etc. from which you can come in Belgrade at very low price. Upon arrival at the airport you will be welcomed by someone from the ArtCasting team.

    Operating in Serbia:

  • Wizz air
  • Easyjet
  • Pegasus Airlines
  • Vueling
  • Germanwings
  • Norwegian Air
  • Fly Dubai
  • Aegean
  • Mistral Air
  • Fly Niki
  • Air Berlin


There are many cheap accommodations in Belgrade, but we would recommend you associate of our course, who will provide comfortable accommodation with very friendly staff and special discount for participants of the course. “Eldorado” Hostel in Belgrade is located just hundreds of meters away from Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, where this course will be lectured. If you choose this accommodation, we will book room for you at special price, after you submit to the course.


Serbian traditional food is is known as a very delicious because it is made from pure natural ingredients. The national dishes include pljeskavica (a ground beef patty), ćevapi (grilled minced meat), and sarma. The national drink is the plum brandy šljivovica. Serbian food is characterized not only of elements from Serbia, but of elements from the former-Yugoslavia as a whole. Peasantry has greatly influenced the cooking process. During the centuries under Ottoman rule, the Balkans were influenced by the rich oriental cuisine and some of the most traditional Serbian dishes have common roots with those of Greece and Turkey. Centuries of Austrian and Austro-Hungarian rule richly influenced Serbian cuisine, especially Serbian desserts. (Wiki) In restoran at Faculty you can find varying daily menu for all tastes, with very low prices.


Belgrade is the place for lovers of night life. Young people across Europe are coming to Belgrade only to experience the magic of Belgrade at night. Lot of Clubs, Bars, "Splav" and most popular "Kafane" (pubs) provide great fun with live music and friendly young peoples. Also, there is "Skadarlija" traditionally place of artists, poets, and gypsies, a part of the rich cultural history of Belgrade. If you're a fan of beer, there is a traditional beer festival, which brings together the best musicians from the Balkans and different brands of beer.
Once you experience the magic of the Belgrade, you will always comes back.