is located in New Belgrade.
"Beogradska arena" is a facility that fully meets the latest standards and, together with the “Prague Arena”, it is at the highest technological level in Europe. This extraordinary building was the work of architect Vlada Slavica, and the investor was the Belgrade City Assembly Secretariat for Sports and Youth.
The Belgrade Arena complex consists of three units: a large hall, a small hall, and the parking space.
The large hall covers the area of 48 000 m2 and has six levels, the seating capacity of 20 000 - 25 000, depending on the event to be held. The hall, consisting of six levels and looking like a copy of the United Centre in Chicago, boasts a well-structured local network. Everybody agreed that, after the model of US arenas of this type, Belgrade obtained a fantastic facility that opens up endless possiblities and that belongs among the very best of the world arenas. It is most often included among the three most beautiful halls in Europe
City buses pass in the vicinity of the Arena include: 17, 18, 67, 88, and 601. Those that stop close enough for you to take a short walk include: 16, 65, 68, 71, 75, 94, and 95. Trams that stop relatively close to the Arena are: 7, 9, and 11.
Also in the vicinity of the Belgrade Arena is the New Belgrade Beovoz station (commuter train).
The Hyatt Regency Belgrade Hotel, Sava Belgrade Hotel, and IN Hotel are the hotels near the Arena, just a few minutes’ walk from it.
Passing by the Arena is E-70/E-75 highway that leads to Novi Sad on the North, to Zagreb on the West, and to Niš and the Athens on the South.
Address: Arsenija Carnojevica 58, 11070 New Belgrade, Serbia
Tel: +381 11 220 22 22, Fax: +381 11 13 13 21
Belgrade Arena - Beogradska arena
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