Conference venue

The Conference will take place in Belgrade, Hotel Falkensteiner
Address: Bulevar Mihaila Pupina 10k, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
https://www.falkensteiner.com/en/hotel-belgrade

Hotel Falkensteiner is located in the vibrant business and entertainment district of Belgrade. Close to the city center and with a great connection to the airport.

Arrival by car

From the north (Budapest) drive along the highway E 75 to Belgrade. In Belgrade, take the “Belgrade Arena” exit. Follow the signpost. Drive alongside the “Arena” and continue driving straight until the end of the street. Turn left at the Mihajlo Pupin Boulevard and 500 m in front of you, on the right-hand side is our hotel in Belgrade business district.

From the west (Zagreb) drive along the highway E 70, which merges with the highway E 75 in front of Belgrade. In Belgrade, take the “Belgrade Arena” exit. Follow the signpost. Drive alongside the “Arena” and continue driving straight until the end of the street. Turn left at the Mihajlo Pupin Boulevard and 500 m in front of you, on the right-hand side is the hotel.

From the south (Niš) drive along the highway E 75 to Belgrade. In Belgrade, take the “Belgrade Arena” exit. Follow the signpost. Drive alongside the “Arena” and continue driving straight until the end of the street. Turn left at the Mihajlo Pupin Boulevard. In front you, about 500 on the right you will see the Falkensteiner Hotel Belgrade.

Arrival by plane

The distance from the Nikola Tesla International Airport is about 15 km. The front desk offers shuttle service at an extra charge and upon request. The city can be reached by a shuttle bus (provided by the airport) or by taxi in about 30 minutes.
Located at the confluence of the Sava and the Danube rivers and known as the Gate of the East and the Door to the West, Belgrade is a city of turbulent and rich history. Traces of past cultures are evident in the diversity and vibrancy that this city excels at and blends of old and modern. Today it is an exciting metropolis of 1.7 million inhabitants, which offers its guests a whole range of cultural events, museums, exhibitions… Explore Belgrade’s culinary scene and exciting nightlife, go shopping or just soak up the atmosphere on its streets. The Kalmegdan Fortress, live pedestrian zone Knez Mihailova Street, Bohemian Skadarlija Quarter, the Sava Temple, one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world are just some of Belgrade’s attractions.