359,96 km²
+381 11
GTM +1, GTM+2

Region of Belgrade


Belgrade is the capital and the largest city of Serbia. The first settlements in the wider Belgrade area date back to prehistoric Vinca, 4,800 years before Christ. Belgrade itself was founded by the Celts in the 3rd century BC before it became a Roman settlement Singidunum. The Slavic name "Beli grad" was first recorded in 878. During its long and tumultuous history, Belgrade has been conquered by 40 armies, and for 38 times was raised from the ashes. Belgrade is the capital of Serbia since 1405 and was the capital of the various South Slavic states since 1918 until 2003, and Serbia and Montenegro since 2003 to 2006. The city lies at the confluence of the Sava and the Danube in central part of Serbia, where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkan Peninsula. Numerous local and international filmy, musical and other cultural events (FEST, BITEF, BEMUS, BELEF, October Salon and the Documentary and Short Film Festival) make Belgrade an important cultural centre.


Belgrade is a city that is constantly changing and progressing. Its strategic geographical location, economic potential, infrastructure, workforce, quality of life and the potential for further growth, are responsible that Belgrade earned the title of "City of the Future". As the fastest growing meeting destination of Europe, Belgrade is the right place for meetings. Sava Centar in Belgrade, presents the main congress/conference purpose built center with variety of meeting rooms and exhibitions space. Hotel infrastructure and its quality are increasing every year. Hotel chains like Kempinski, Intercontinental, Classical Hotels, and Royal Plaza Hotels are already submitted their investments plan and started constructions. Belgrade, the Serbian capital, has many high class hotels that offers excellent conference facilities. Besides Sava Center there are 5 and 4 stras hotels like Hyatt, Metropol, Zira, Holiday Inn, Hotel IN, Falkensteiner Hotel Belgrade, Radisson Blu Old Mill Hotel, and many others that can satisfy the needs of organizers.


Sava Center / Belgrade, Serbia / Number of conference rooms: 18 / The capacity of the biggest conference room: 3,672 seats


Heart Failure Congress of the European Society of Cardiology 2012, Belgrade (2,800 delegates) European Maintenance Congress - EUROMAINTENANCE 2012, Belgrade (700 delegates) 5th Congress of the European Association for Critical Care Nursing 2013, Belgrade (1,500 delegates) Congress of the European Society of Coloproctology - ESCP 2013, Belgrade (1,500 delegates) 10th Congress of the European Society for Menopause and Andropause - EMAS 2014, Belgrade (2,000 delegates)


35th International Fair of Tourisam IFT, 19th - 22nd February2014, Belgrade Fair, Belgrade 39th International Building Trade Fair (UFI) - South East Europe Belgrade Building Expo, 16th - 20th April 2013, Belgrade Fair, Belgrade