Since the conference is held at the midst of the tourist season, we advise you to book your accommodation as soon as possible. Belgrade is a city that has a diverse offer of hotels of different categories – luxury hotels, Garni hotels, traditional hotels, etc. We recommend a few Belgrade hotels that are only 500 m away from the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts:

Hotel Envoy Belgrade
Čika Ljubina 13, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia

Hotel Majestic
Obilićev venac 28, Stari Grad, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia

Hotel Moskva
Balkanska 1, Belgrade 11000

Boutique Hotel Museum
Čika-Ljubina 3, Old Town, 11000 Belgrade

Hotel Royal Inn
Kralja Petra 56, Stari Grad, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia

Hotel Palace
Topličin venac st. 23, Stari Grad, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia

In addition to hotel accommodation, high-quality hostels and comfortable private apartments are also available within a 1 km radius of the meeting venue. For more information about the accommodation, we advise you to use famous tourist platforms like Booking Airbnb, etc.


The Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts is the highest scientific and artistic institution in the Republic of Serbia. It is located in the heart of Belgrade, in Knez Mihailova Street, the most famous pedestrian zone. Knez Mihailova Street connects several of the most important sights of Belgrade such as National Museum of Serbia, the main city square – Republic Square, and Kalemegdan fortress & park – a cultural and historical complex built at the confluence of two rivers Sava and Danube. Other popular places in Belgrade are diverse and created for everyone’s taste. If you want to get closer to the culture and history of the city itself, we suggest you visit: House of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, Nikola Tesla Museum, Museum of Yugoslavia, Gardoš Tower – ancient Taurunum Fort, The Residence of Knez Miloš and The Residence of Kneginja Ljubica. In addition to that we also recommend to visit the main building of the University of Belgrade – Mansion of Kapetan Miša, Ružica Church and St. Sava Temple.  If you are a nature-lover and you would like to enjoy the beautiful view of the rivers, you should definitely visit Košutnjak, Jevremovac Botanical Garden, Avala, Ada Ciganlija, Zemun, and the Danube Quay.

For the end of your sightseeing, we advise you to stop by the city’s bohemian quarter, the famous Skadarlija. This delightful street is located near the city center and there you can find some of the best traditional restaurants, including Dva jelena, Tri šešira, Mali vrabac, and more. Besides a great gastronomic offer, you can also enjoy live Balkan music and taste rakia – the most popular traditional drink in Serbia. For more information see Tourist Organization of Belgrade or Tourist Organization of Serbia.