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Re: Air Serbia NYC-TLV did this a few years ago. You can take a "coach" bus or the local 72 bus to the city center. I ended up taking the local bus as it was cheaper and it didn't really take so long. The only thing you have to do is make sure you look at a map before to know where to get off. Be sure to check the last departure of this bus to get back to the airport if your flight is early morning.

There is actually a kosher restaurant near one of the stops (easy google) and if you look up things to do in Belgrade, most of them are easily walkable from city center. There is also a tram/streetcar but I didn't use it. Not such an exciting place, but I was also there late at night so it might change things.

January 28, 2020, 05:09:51 PM
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Re: Air Serbia NYC-TLV per request:
I was there a while ago (~8-9 years?) sounds like some of the more recent travelers are ahead of me already
If there's something I can contribute, tag me
If you're in touch with Rabbi Kaminetzky, that's probably the best I can tell you.
with <24 hr stopover i think you're sticking to belgrade specifically.

ETA: 5 min on google brought up this: https://chabad.rs/kosher-food/
also:
There is actually a kosher restaurant near one of the stops (easy google)
what can you tell us about the kashrus of this place?
(is it this place? if yes note the comment. In any case it predates my visit. but the local chabad should be able to tell you the status of it)

January 28, 2020, 05:18:59 PM
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Re: Air Serbia NYC-TLV FYI ... Dan had these links in the post:
https://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=72191.msg1659544#msg1659544
https://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=62754.msg1953141#msg1953141

Feel free to post info on the chat so everyone can use it, and may eventually add it to the top of the post (for the future traveler to Belgrade).


January 29, 2020, 09:58:10 AM
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