Between the 16th and 19th century Belgrade is referred to with various names in different languages: Alba Graeca, Alba Bulgarica, Bello grado, Nandor Alba, Griechisch Weissenburg, Castelbianco… However, all these names are translations of the Slavic word Beograd.
Belgrade is in the Central European Time (CET) zone (GMT+1 hour). Summer time (GMT+2 hours) lasts from the end of March until the end of October.
The official currency is the dinar (RSD), but Euros can be exchanged freely.
The Belgrade area code for domestic calls is 011 and for international calls +38111.
Serbia has a great cuisine to enjoy. Traditional Serbian restaurants offer tasty food, often accompanied by musicians, who roam from table to table. We suggest some of these
The luxurious Crowne Plaza Belgrade is in a great location in the central business district of New Belgrade. The center of the city can be reached in a 5-minute drive, and 2 shopping centers are just a few feet away. There is a Spa Centre and fitness area on site, as well as an indoor pool. Guests can enjoy local cuisine in 2 on-site restaurants.
The newly furnished rooms are air-conditioned and feature a desk and chair, a minibar and a flat-screen TV. The private bathroom has a shower and free toiletries. Free Wi-Fi is provided throughout the hotel.
Crowne Plaza Belgrade is the ideal venue for convention guests, as the hotel connects directly into Sava Centre, the biggest convention center in Belgrade. The hotel itself features the largest meeting and banquet hall in the country. Belgrade Arena, the largest event and sports hall can be reached in a short walk.