Cheapest car hire in Belgrade

Skoda Octavia

5 Adults, 4 Doors

From 41.94 EUR/day
Skoda Octavia

7 Days rental at 293.61 EUR from June 22

  4 |
  Automatic |
  Yes

Opel Corsa

5 Adults, 3 Doors

From 16.76 EUR/day
Opel Corsa

7 Days rental at 117.37 EUR from June 22

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes

Ford Focus

5 Adults, 3 Doors

From 19.81 EUR/day
Ford Focus

7 Days rental at 138.71 EUR from June 22

  3 |
  Manual |
  Yes

Seat Arona

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 28.20 EUR/day
Seat Arona

7 Days rental at 197.40 EUR from June 22

  3 |
  Automatic |
  Yes

Volkswagen Polo

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 18.29 EUR/day
Volkswagen Polo

7 Days rental at 128.04 EUR from June 22

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes

Volkswagen Up

4 Adults, 5 Doors

From 15.24 EUR/day
Volkswagen Up

7 Days rental at 106.70 EUR from June 22

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes

Volkswagen Golf

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 22.25 EUR/day
Volkswagen Golf

7 Days rental at 155.79 EUR from June 22

  3 |
  Manual |
  Yes

Mercedes Vito

7 Adults, 5 Doors

From 59.44 EUR/day
Mercedes Vito

7 Days rental at 416.13 EUR from June 22

  2 |
  Automatic |
  Yes

Audi A6

5 Adults, 4 Doors

From 62.49 EUR/day
Audi A6

7 Days rental at 437.47 EUR from June 22

  4 |
  Automatic |
  Yes

*daily rates in Belgrade based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

Useful to know about Belgrade

  • Belgrade is the capital city of Serbia having been the capital of Yugoslavia before it.
  • The name translates as ‘White City’.
  • It’s the largest city in South Eastern Europe.
  • The area was first colonised by one of Europe’s oldest civilisation, the Vinca.
  • Because of its history the city has a mostly Middle Eastern feel to it.

Belgrade car hire reviews

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Nearest car hire pickup locations in or near Belgrade

AVIS

Jurija Gagarina 25 , Belgrade - Beograd, 11070

AUTONOM

Bulevar Mihajla Pupina 10z Np7, Belgrade, 11070

ALAMO

Aerodrom Nikola Tesla, Belgrade, 11180

AVIS

Novosadskog Sajma 35, Novi Sad, 21000

SURPRICE

Office At Arrivals , Airport Morava 36204, Morava, Serbia

AVIS

Aerodrom Konstantin Veliki Nis, Nis, 18000

Recent customer reviews (average rating 6.0/10)

Lara

UK

6/10
A little disapp

A little disappointed with the car, was the make and model I reserved but a little old. Nothing wring with it as such, but 3 or 4 years old with 45k on the clock. I thought hire cars were all new? But it was very cheap.

26/11/2019
Roman

Serbia

10/10
Collected renta

Collected rental car from Airport although did not fly. Cheap prices from Rhino, best we could find on Google.

28/11/2019
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Belgrade car hire information

  • 8.8/10
    Best Rated Agent:
    BUDGET EMEA Franchise
  • € 29.96
    Average price:
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  • € 4.28
    Best Price:
    Per Week
  • 22
    Most Popular Type:
    Intermediate
  • 6
    Most popular model:
    Opel Astra
  • 95
    Total Cars Available
     

Laws and rules of the road when driving in Serbia

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    Road Driving Side

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    40-50km/h

    Urban speed Limit

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    80km/h

    Rural Speed Limit

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    100-120km/h

    Motorway Speed Limit

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    RSD  138.77/Ltr

    Current Petrol Price

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    30mg

    Drink Drive Limit

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    RSD

    Currency

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    YES

    Tolls

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    21

    Min Rental Age

    18

    Min Driving Age

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    Front and Rear

    Seatbelts

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    Fixed and Mobile

    Speed Cameras

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    Hands Free Only

    Mobile Phones

Average prices per day for car hire in Belgrade

*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for today's best prices.

FAQs about car hire in Belgrade

How much does car hire in Belgrade cost?

Car hire in Belgrade costs as little as €4.3 per day, however the average price across all suppliers for a Economy class vehicle is €22.5 per day. The most expensive car to hire is €244.3 per day from BUDGET for a Range Rover Sport.

Who is the best car rental agent in Belgrade?

Based on recent customer reviews over the last 3 months, BUDGET EMEA Franchise has the highest customer rating for car hire in Belgrade with a score of 8.8/10

with BUDGET EMEA Franchise rated second best with a score of 8.7/10

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How much does it cost to hire a compact car in Belgrade?

Today’s cheapest price for compact car hire in Belgrade is €36.00 per week from BUDGET.

Who is the cheapest car hire agent in Belgrade?

The cheapest car hire company in Belgrade is BUDGET, with prices for a Economy class car such as the Volkswagen Polo available from as little as €29.96 per week.

How much is fuel in Belgrade?

You can expect to pay €1.17/ltr of petrol and €1.25/ltr of diesel in Belgrade. You’ll pay a premium if refilling at motorway services of up to 10%.

What car hire agencies are available in Belgrade?

We can arrange great deals on car hire in Belgrade with leading car hire companies such as BUDGET, EUROPCAR, GREEN MOTION, HERTZ, SIXT as well as reputable, local car hire companies.

What type of car can I hire in Belgrade?

We can arrange Compact, Compact Elite, Economy, Economy Elite, Fullsize, Intermediate, Intermediate Elite, Luxury, Luxury Elite, Mini, Premium, Standard and Standard Elite class rental cars in Belgrade.

How much does it cost to hire a convertible car in Belgrade?

We don’t currently have any convertible cars to hire in Belgrade, but we are working in it and please check dates for future rentals.
The price at the moment for a convertible rental car in Belgrade is €481.47 per week from HERTZ for a Opel Cascada.

Do you have a discount code for car hire in Belgrade?

We don’t have any discount codes for car hire in Belgrade at the moment, however BUDGET rates start from just €29.96 per week. If you’ve found a cheaper price than €29.96 from BUDGET in Belgrade or any other rental agent, let us know and we’ll do our best to beat it.

How much does it cost to hire a car for a week in Belgrade?

The cheapest price to hire a car for a week in Belgrade is €68.7 per week with an average price of €150.4 per week across all car hire companies.

Information about the car hire agents in Belgrade

Most popular car hire companies in Belgrade:

  • Sixt (tel: +381 1132 87070,+381-65-2850670)
  • Budget (tel: 381 113113050)
  • Sixt (tel: +381-658148179)
  • Green motion (tel: +381 113 116 718)
  • Europcar (tel: +381117852820)
  • Sixt (tel: +381-117155595 )
  • Hertz (tel: +381 11 20 28 200 )

Pick-up locations for car hire companies in Belgrade:

  • Sixt (Dunavska 27a, Belgrade, 11000)
  • Budget (Omladinskih Brigada 90a, Belgrade, 11070)
  • Sixt (Vladimira Popovica 10, Belgrade, 11000)
  • Green motion (Antifasisticke borbe 18, Belgrade)
  • Europcar (Bulevar Milutina Milankovica 9d, , GTC 41, Novi Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia)
  • Sixt (Kralja Milana 35 , Beograd, 11000)

Car hire company ratings in Belgrade:

  • BUDGET EMEA Franchise: Rated 8.8/10 from 38 reviews
  • BUDGET EMEA Franchise: Rated 8.7/10 from 38 reviews
  • BUDGET EMEA Franchise: Rated 8.7/10 from 37 reviews
  • HERTZ: Rated 8.6/10 from 20 reviews
  • HERTZ: Rated 8.5/10 from 18 reviews
  • SIXT Franchise: Rated 8.3/10 from 7 reviews

Belgrade Mini Guide

Wasn’t Belgrade the Capital of Yugoslavia?
It was but following the break-up of the country during the Balkan Wars it’s now the capital of Serbia. It’s an interesting city being for much of its life a Middle Eastern city changing to a European one only in the twentieth century. Not much remains of the old city for it has been fought over in more than a hundred wars and has been completely destroyed 44 times in its history.  It was the home, eight millennia ago, of Europe’s largest prehistoric civilisation and has been Roman and Greek in history.

Belgrade Old city

So, for a City With so Much History There Must be a lot to see and do?
There are dozens of important historic buildings dotted across the city although the oldest building from the Turkish occupation is considered unappealing. Head instead for such sights as the city’s two cathedrals or the Saint Sava temple which looks stunning with its night-time illumination. There’s also the mausoleum to Yugoslavia’s infamous ruler, Tito, known as ‘the house of flowers’. For an insight into Belgrade’s royal past, the White Palace is a good place to spend a day. There, amongst opulent surroundings, you’ll see great works of art commissioned by the royal family. If you’re feeling fit, climb the hill to the Avala Monument for a view out over the city.

Belgrade Saint Sava temple

What’s the Best way of Getting to Belgrade?
You have two long distance options which depend on the time you have. You can fly into Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla International Airport on a number of carriers including Serbia’s national airline, JAT. Some budget airlines operate there including Wizzair and Germanwings. A more interesting way to arrive is by train. You can catch a train from as far away as Moscow and Munich and many other major European cities. Some of the trains are direct requiring no changes. 

What is There to Tempt my Appetite?
Quite a lot really. Try the local speciality, borek, a filo pastry parcel, often cigar shaped and crammed with sweet or savoury fillings. The Serbians eat this for breakfast with yoghurt and accompanied with strong coffee. At night try rostilj, a platter of grilled meat of different types served with salad, chips or potatoes. For those with a sweet tooth, the Adore chocolate shop is a must visit highlight. There, the delicious chocolates are hand-made and renowned across the country for their quality. To drink you should try the Serbian version of ouzo called rakija. The aniseed flavoured drink is accompanied by water as it is so potent.

What Should I buy to Take Home?
The best place to shop is the flea market in Novi Beograd. Here, just about anything is available for purchase and the chances are that instead of buying souvenirs for friends back home you’ll buy something unusual you think they need!

Does Belgrade do Festivals?
Yes, a great many of them. They’re mostly held in the summer months and are music, food or alcohol based such as the rakija festival, the wine fair or the beer festival. The chances are that whilst you’re in Belgrade there’ll be at least one event happening.
 

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Latest Update from Belgrade:

04/06/12 - One of Serbia's finest modern day artists Nebojsa Rakonjak has been granted an exhibition at the city's 'Art Gallery in the Cellar' until the 16th July. Covering modern themes including relationships, his work is vivid and heartening. 

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Belgrade is a great city for a weekend break, it’s lively and has a lot for the visitor to see and do. Until nearly a hundred years ago it was part of the Ottoman Empire and there’s still a feeling of the Middle East to parts of the city.

For a great view of the city take your hire car to Belgrade Fortress. Today the interior is set out as a park for all to enjoy but the main reason for visiting is the view out over the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers below.